Toxic (toxicity, toxins)

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Toxicity: is the degree to which a substance can damage an organism.

Toxin: refers to a metabolic poison, be it internally or externally derived.

Overview

The medical definition of toxic or toxicology is completely out of touch with how the word is used as a point of reference in the natural health field.

My use of the word refers to the state of being or the effects of tissue bound waste on the body’s terrain. This explains why medical thinking cannot and will never accept alternative thinking. They have a different model and ONLY think of things from a CLINICAL perspective.

Outside the body, toxins refer to noxious chemicals, be they food additives or airborne inhalants that find their way into the body by way of food, water, skin or air. In other words, anti-life substances that do not belong in the body and must be eliminated for long term health.

Antibiotics are anti-life substances that have no place in the body except under extreme [life or death] circumstances.  Proof of this statement is the general population whose gut wall and microbiome have been destroyed and who suffer from severely compromised immune systems because of indiscriminate use of antibiotics.

See Mold & Fungus Protocol overview to learn how funge control the body with their mycotoxins to undermine well-being, create disease and and manipulate hormones.

The problem with external chemical toxins is that they are unpredictable and long term degenerative.  Think of them as ticking time bombs; meaning, they are stored in the fat and tissues to remove them from circulation until the day arrives that the body can take no more.  That is the day the system, reacts!

INternally produced toxins are equally disruptive, and fungal mycotoxins are a good example.  Cellular production of waste is a normal part of cellular metabolism [oxygen and nutrients in, carbon dioxide and waste out.]

A poorly functioning body accumulates excess FLUID waste in the extracellular (interstitial) spaces between the cells and in and around the vital organs.  [Another name for fluid waste is, amyloid fluid.  Amyloid fluid is not the same as, lymph fluid.

A body with a compromised immune system accumulates acidic waste made by fungus and mold.  These highly acidic toxins are called, mycotoxins.  In time, these [internally produced] toxins influence metabolism, creating what is called, mycotoxin dominance.

Fluid waste is different than structural waste. Fluid waste can flow and exit the system. Structural waste cannot flow; it has become structural in nature. Scar tissue is structural waste that cannot exit the body providing the perfect breeding ground for parasites, yeast and fungi to live and prosper.

Inflammation in the tissues, joints and organs always involves some level of toxic waste overload. Poor digestion and bad diet drives formation of toxic waste.

Sugar is the single biggest factor driving toxic waste overload from a dietary perspective, but invasion by mold and fungus is the ultimate SILENT WAR waged against people of all ages.

Hormonal imbalance between insulin and leptin is a HUGE factor in toxicity in the body.  Hormonal resistance is another way of saying, pre-diabetes. Diabetes is a blood sugar condition and elevated sugars cause plaque and scar tissue formation, the products of a toxic terrain.

Central to toxicity is a sluggish bowel, a problem affecting 90% of the population.  Please read about the Enema Protocol by clicking on hyperlink.

Solutions

The single most efficient was to unload excess toxic waste from the tissues and restore liver efficiency is the Tissue & Liver Protocol. Read about it by clicking the hyperlink.

In addition:

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

 

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