Protein (plasma protein)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas


Proteins: biological molecules consisting of one or more chains of amino acids held together by peptide bonds; one of three classes of food components; fats and carbohydrates are other two.

Plasma proteins: are the pale-yellow liquid component of blood that suspends blood corpuscles of whole blood in suspension; fluid commonly seen around a healing wound.

Foreign Proteins: are undigested food proteins that have accessed blood through a leaky-gut wall; proteins foreign to blood that set-off allergic reactions and so-called autoimmune reactions.  Insect and snake venom are foreign proteins.

Food reactions are the result of UNDIGESTED food proteins gaining entrance into blood.  Allergic reactions to food is caused by MALDIGESTION, and protein invasion of blood, not the food itself. Gluten Intolerance is a an example.


Plasma proteins are a component part of extracellular fluid (tissue fluids residing outside of the cells). Plasma proteins are seen in liquid solution of dissolved amino acid proteins.

Circulating blood secretes [loses] about 10% of liquid volume through leakage of plasma proteins into extracellular [interstitial] spaces between cells.

The extracellular spaces is where plasma proteins feed the cells and remove cellular waste.  ONLY AFTER plasma proteins are absorbed into the lymphatic system are these proteins given the name, lymphatic fluid.

Food proteins are chains of dietary amino acids consumed as whole proteins and broken-down [digested] in a highly acid stomach environment of hydrogen protons.

Incomplete digestion [maldigestion] of food proteins and a leaky-gut wall allow undigested food proteins access to the bloodstream, causing violent immune reactions that are misconstrued as autoimmune reactions where the body attacks itself.

Allergies are reactions to proteins in the blood stream that should NOT be there and that have NOTHING to do with the word, autoimmune.

Read Special Insights, Food Allergies & Gluten Intolerance.

Know, gas and bloat are confirmations of maldigestion.

See the Sugar/Alcohol Cycle and the Autoimmune Attack Cycle .


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

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