Preventing and Reversing Multiple Sclerosis?

So What Does Multiple Sclerosis Look Like as Viewed in Human Blood?

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a degenerative acidic condition that I refer to as Stage 7 metabolic acidosis. This condition will show numerous colloidal symplasts of crystalized lactic acid associated with a mold called aspergillus niger. If you look closely at the edge of the colloidal symplast you will see a green tint associated with the acid, lactic acid. Lactic acid is a major metabolic acid associated with ALL sickness and disease beginning with enervation, then inflammation, then induration, then ulceration and finally degeneration or the symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis.

Multiple sclerosis and the condition of metabolic acidosis can be determined through a Full Body 3D Bio-Electro Functionality testing which will quantify the chemistry and pH of the interstitial fluids of the largest organ of the body called the Interstitium.


The ideal pH of the Interstitium is 7.365. In the condition of Multiple Sclerosis the interstitial fluid pH will be less than 7.2, a sure sign of metabolic acidosis and the symptoms of inflammation and degeneration associated with MS. This would also be the same condition of the interstitial fluids of the Interstitium in ANY cancerous condition.

In the prevention of any inflammatory and/or degenerative or cancerous condition, it is critical to determine the chemistry and especially the pH of the Interstitial fluids and compare this data with the chemistry, including the pH of the blood plasma.

With this critical information a good doctor can prevent a serious health challenge and determine the efficacy of ANY treatments, whether medical or alternative.

To learn more about Pathological Blood Coagulation and non-invasive Full Body 3D Bio-Electro Functionality Scanning, email: and http://www.phoreveryoung

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