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LA HIPERACIDEZ DEBILITA TODOS LOS SISTEMAS CORPORALES POR DR. ROBERT O. YOUNG.

TEMA: LA HIPERACIDEZ DEBILITA TODOS LOS SISTEMAS CORPORALES.

AUTOR: ROBERT O. YOUNG, AUTOR DEL LIBRO “LA MILAGROSA DIETA DEL PH”.
TRADUCCION: MICROSCOPISTA FEDERICO J. ITUARTE.
AÑO DE PUBLICACION: 2007
FUENTE: ARTICULOS DE SALUD DEL MICROBIOLOGO ROBERT O. YOUNG

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No es por los gérmenes que debemos de preocuparnos. Si no de nuestro terreno interno”
~ Louis Pasteur

Balance de ácido y alcalino.
El exceso de ácido es una condición que debilita todos los sistemas de nuestro cuerpo.
El exceso de acidez fuerza a el cuerpo a pedir minerales –incluyendo sodio, calcio, potasio y magnesio- de los órganos vitales para neutralizar (buffer) el ácido y removerlo de manera segura del cuerpo.
Como resultado de esto, el cuerpo puede sufrir una severa y prolongada “corrosión” debido a una alta acidez – condición que puede estar no detectada por años. Afecta virtualmente a toda persona en nuestra sociedad, debido a la forma en cómo vivimos, la forma en que comemos, la forma en que pensamos y el ambiente en el que vivimos. El resultado es un ambiente interno en donde la enfermedad puede manifestarse fácilmente, a diferencia de lo que sería un ambiente con un pH balanceado, el cual permite las funciones normales necesarias para que el cuerpo pueda resistir las enfermedades. Es verdad que si tenemos un cuerpo sano, podremos mantener las suficientes reservas alcalinas para abastecer cuando hay demandas de emergencia. Por lo tanto, cuando hay ácido en exceso que debe neutralizarse constantemente, nuestras reservas alcalinas se vacían, dejando al cuerpo en un estado débil, y expuesto a enfermarse.

¿ Están agotadas las reservas alcalinas en tu sangre? 

 ¿En cuanto tiempo se van a agotar si continuas con tu actual estilo de vida y dieta? 

El reporte de la demostración de microscopia nutricional del Dr. Robert Young lo incluyen en sus más de 50 hojas y 20 fotografías.
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Desafortunadamente, existen aun muchos practicantes que creen que el cuerpo puede por si sólo de alguna manera milagrosa y “sobrenatural” balancear su pH como si la persona estuviese conviviendo con la naturaleza y comiendo alimentos crudos y orgánicos incluyendo germinados y plantas.
La verdad va mucho más allá de este ideal.
La verdad, según la Dra. Lynda Frassetto, investigadora del balance ácido/alcalino de la universidad de California en San Francisco (UCSF), sostiene que:

“Nos hemos transformado a un extremo de evolución.
 Nuestro organismo simplemente ya no elimina el desperdicio ácido de la manera como lo  hacíamos.

La investigación de la Dra. Frassetto demostró el volumen bruto de desperdicio ácido que  nuestro cuerpo tiene que soportar, que lo ha forzado a tomar una acción drástica al estilo de una “guerra” para preservar sus reservas estratégicas – el hígado y riñones nuestros órganos esenciales para la desintoxicación.
En su estudio de casi 1,000 causas de envejecimiento, ella encontró que hoy en día estamos acumulando ácido en depósitos grasos, en vez de eliminar ese ácido a través de los riñones y el hígado.
En su infinita sabiduría, nuestro maravilloso y sorprendente cuerpo humano ha elegido salvar a los riñones y el hígado de una  degradación por el exceso de ácido.
Por supuesto como resultado de esa acción hay un costoy se conoce como obesidad, disminución de inmunidad, falta de energía y todas las enfermedades  relacionadas a la acumulación de desechos acidos a las que estamos expuestos, incluyendo el cáncer, diabetes, osteoartritis y muchas, muchas más…….

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-Historia de la alcalinidad en el organismo.

El concepto del desbalance ácido/alcalino como la causa de enfermedad no es ninguna novedad o algo que esté de moda.

Novedad: Update:  Fausto Guerra, investigador del Instituto Bechamp encontró varios documentos históricos que datan del año 1869  en la Bibloteca francesa en línea Gallica atribuidos a Antoine Bechamp y sus hijos Donat y Joseph, quienes realizaban análisis muy completos sobre las propiedades curativas de algunos manantiales y balnearios franceses, algunos cercanos a los Pirineos separando las propiedades en minerales ácidos y alcalinos, y sus beneficios en la piel al bañarse y cuales aguas eran medicinales al ingerirse por contener una gran cantidad de sales alcalinas como las aguas milagrosas de Lourdes. Estos documentos científicos permanecieron ocultos durante casi 150 años ante la herejía de Bechamp.

Entre las primeras personas que hablaron sobre la necesidad de alcalinizar el cuerpo, está el “profeta durmiente”, Edgar Cayce. Él siempre hizo referencia a la desintoxicación del cuerpo con hierbas, limpieza del colon, ayuno, masajes, baños de vapor y modificación de la dieta con el propósito de alcalinizar el cuerpo.

Antes de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, en el año de 1933, el Dr. William Howard Hay publicó un libro revelador que llevaba por título “A New Health Era”, en el libro él argumentaba que toda enfermedad era debido a una “autotoxicación” (o auto envenenamiento) debido a la acumulación de ácido en el cuerpo: “Logramos una salud, justo en proporción a la medida en que hemos permitido nuestra alcalinidad disiparse por la introducción de comidas que forman ácido en gran cantidad…

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Parece extraño decir que toda enfermedad es la misma cosa, sin importar el gran rango de formas de expresión, manifestación que estas tengan, sin embargo así es! “Recientemente, en su excelente libro, ‘Alkalize or Die’, el Dr. Theodore A. Baroody dice esencialmente la misma cosa:
“Los incontables nombres de las enfermedades en realidad no importan. Lo que si importa es que todas ellas provienen de la misma raíz…demasiada acidez tisular de desperdicio en el cuerpo.”

El Dr. Robert O. Young, en su libro ‘La Milagrosa dieta del pH” de Ediciones Obelisco, ( Distribudora Urano  en  Mexico) lo dice a su manera:
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“Aquellos con la necesidad de volver a observar, y con una mirada clara, serán recompensados con los secretos para una salud permanente. Nosotros podemos curarnos al cambiar el medio ambiente interno de nuestros cuerpos. Entonces los invasores potencialmente dañinos, no tendrán ningún lugar donde crecer y se volverán inofensivos.

Desafortunadamente, de acuerdo con Sang Whang, autor del libro Reverse Aging, aún cuando comamos lo mejor en cuanto a verduras y frutas orgánicas, 97% de nuestra comida seguirá consistiendo de carbón, nitrógeno, hidrógeno y oxígeno el cual se reducirá en el cuerpo a desperdicio ácido. Él explica que no es lo que ponemos en nuestros cuerpos, sino lo que se queda en nuestros cuerpos como desperdicio lo que crea nuestra condición sobre-ácida, y lo que nos provoca envejecer prematuramente.
Sang Whang explica en términos de un balance ácido/alcalino, que la única diferencia entre comida “buena” y comida “mala”, es que la comida “buena” tiene (o produce) menos desperdicio ácido y por ende un mejor resultado de neutralización de ácido. Tu balance de pH depende de lo que sobra después del metabolismo. Así que vamos a echar un vistazo en este artículo, en que comidas, estilos de vida y suplementos contribuyen a una “casa limpia” internamente.

En este caso nuestro metabolismo puede operar como se supone debería, en ves de actuar como un constante conserje en un almacén que continuamente e incrementando se está ensuciando y acumulando con toxinas y ácido. Sobrantes de desperdicio ácido.

Muy pocos, si no es que ninguno de nosotros tenemos la capacidad física de limpiar completamente a nuestros cuerpos de todos los ácidos que creamos con la comida, el estrés y nuestro propio metabolismo. Estos desperdicios ácidos se mueven alrededor del cuerpo por medio de la sangre y el sistema linfático hasta que nuestros riñones sobrecargados deciden tirar todo ese desperdicio hacia afuera o dentro de nosotros, mientras que el cuerpo lucha por contra-atacar las comidas que producen ácido, contaminación que produce ácido y estrés que produce ácido.
De hecho de todos los factores que producen ácido, el estrés es el más grande.
Puede neutralizar o acidificar una dieta alcalina con una oleada de la hormona ácida: adrenalina.
La ácidez a largo plazo es como el óxido – moho que corroe nuestro tejido, comiendo dentro de nuestros 96,000 kilómetros de venas y arterias. Si se dejan sin revisar, eventualmente interrumpirá todas las actividades celulares y funciones, desde el latir del corazón hasta la forma en que pensamos.

Como ya hemos mencionado, los ácidos se almacenan en la grasa, que actúan como esponjas absorbiendo todo tipo de acidos.
El colesterol y el ácido úrico cristalizado, son ácidos solidificados que han sido tirados (desechados) dentro de nuestro cuerpo para una eliminación “futura”, un “futuro” que nunca llega.

Los Efectos del Ácido

El ácido coagula la sangre. Por lo que la sangre tiene grandes problemas para circular
alrededor de los ácidos grasos. Los capilares se tapan y mueren. La piel, al dejar de recibir la sangre sana “dadora de vida”, pierde elasticidad y comienza a arrugarse.
Aún con una cirugía de levantamiento de la piel en el rostro o una liposucción, ylos terribles  el ácido se queda y continúa su avance constante. Sin un plan de balance ácido/alcalino, cada parte de nuestro cuerpo trabaja aún más fuerte para mantener la salud, debido a que cada sistema, cada órgano, los pulmones, aún la piel, juegan un papel muy importante en la manutención de un pH correcto en nuestra sangre.

La Guerra Interna

Dentro de nuestro cuerpo, tus órganos y células están completamente a disposición de tu sangre.
Todos los órganos trabajan para mantener tu sangre con un pH balanceado, al punto de que tu cuerpo está dispuesto a sufrir un gran daño en órganos si es que el ácido se sobrepone para impedir que ese pH de tu sangre se mantenga correcto.
Si el pH de la sangre baja de su nivel óptimo 7.365 hacia un pH de 6.95, automáticamente caerías en coma y morirías.

“… nos hemos transformado a un extremo de la  evolución”
Es por eso que obtenemos tal carga de una simple lata de Coca Cola. Su pH ácido de 2.5 activa señales de alarma en todo nuestro cuerpo. Las reservas de químicos alcalinos que debieran usarse en cualquier otro lugar, son sacrificados por el llamado de la adrenalina que inunda todo tu sistema.
Entre “más” has aprendido a esperar de esa lata de coca-cola, es lo mismo que ese umbral al que llega un drogadicto al experimentar su elevación sensorial artificial.
Es tu sangre gritando “¡Auxilio!”, y tú disfrutando la emoción del miedo.
Es la “experiencia real”
No es sólo un vaso de coca-cola lo que causa dicho efecto. (se necesitan 32 vasos de agua con un pH neutral para balancear un vaso de coca-cola).
La mayoría de nosotros tenemos ya una batalla en acción.
En resumen, la sobre-acidificación interfiere con la vida misma, dando lugar a prácticamente toda dolencia y enfermedad. Finalmente, nos hace envejecer y después nos mata. Cuando morimos, el ácido celebra su victoria al convertir el cuerpo completamente en ácido, dando lugar al nacimiento de microorganismos antagónicos.
El Dr. Baroody lo expresa muy bien: “Demasiada acidez en el cuerpo es como tener muy poco aceite en el carro. De repente te deja tirado en una tarde de domingo, y ahí quedaste, atorado en la calle, con el motor pegado. El cuerpo hace exactamente la misma cosa. Comienza a rechinar durante el recorrido del camino de la vida, y tú empiezas a sentir cierto disgusto. He observado con gran preocupación como gente de toda clase social y estilos de vida sufren por estos excesos”
El Dr. Baroody atribuye no menos de 68 condiciones mayores de salud, a un previo terreno interno con sobre-acidez.

-¿Porqué los occidentales están tan obesos?
¿Es sólo por la comida? Por supuesto, la comida que comemos, su cantidad y calidad tiene un gran efecto en cuanto a la medida de nuestra cintura. Pero debido a que el cuerpo ha hecho un hábito de su solución de “última oportunidad”(robando calcio de los huesos y dientes por ejemplo) de que hacer con el exceso de desperdicio tóxico ácido, es esa una razón más por la que almacenamos grasa.
Tal como la  Dra. Frassetto descubrió, cuando nos enfrentamos con pocas opciones debido a un descuidado terreno interno ácido, entonces nos queda la opción de tirar el desecho tóxico en depósitos grasos tan lejos como sea posible de los órganos y el corazón, por ejemplo en las “chaparreras”, el pecho, la entrepierna y la barriga.

El Dr. Robert O. Young escribe convincentemente sobre el mismo tema. El describe a la glucosa como un ácido y cual es la razón de porque estamos tan gordos, a diferencia de cómo hemos sido educados y se nos ha enseñado. El explica que el cuerpo tiene que protegerse de los excesos de todo tipo de azúcares que consumimos, por lo que produce células grasas para encapsular los ácidos y protegernos de ellos. La “grasa” como él dice, “está salvándonos la vida”.

Alcalinidad y niveles de Energía.

La acidez o alcalinidad de nuestros fluidos internos tienen un efecto profundo aún en el
nivel celular individual.

MITOCONDRIA:LA FUENTE DE ENERGÍA DEL CUERPO

En nuestros cuerpos, nuestro sistema metabólico completo depende de un balance a
nivel celular. Nuestros 75 trillones de células que conforman nuestro cuerpo, son ligeramente alcalinas en su interior, y dependen de nuestro mar interno (el fluido alcalino interno que las rodea). Sin esta relación, no existiría intercambio químico o de energía alguno, pues no habría
balance de pH. Los opuestos de pH -ácido y alcalino- dentro del cuerpo, es el método químico para que la electricidad fluya. sin la suficiente “polaridad” entre el interior de la célula y el fluido que la rodea, la energía de la célula tendrá dificultad para fluir en los tejidos que la rodean.
La pérdida de peso y la recuperación de energía sucede más fácilmente cuando tomamos los primeros pasos hacia un “re-balance” alcalino.

Alcalinidad y tu Sangre

La sangre siempre está ligeramente alcalina (o por lo menos así debería de estar).
Como el único transporte de nutrientes hacia cada parte de nuestro cuerpo, la sangre no puede darse el lujo de estar ácida. Necesita estar dentro de un rango de pH que le permita resistir la decadencia o una putrefacción, así como el nacimiento de microorganismos malévolos. Por lo tanto un pH de 7.365 es el ambiente ideal en el cual los microorganismos se mantienen co-existiendo o en armonía simbiótica con el cuerpo.

“La grasa está salvando nuestras vidas”
– Dr. Robert O. Young      


Si permites a tu sangre cambiar ligeramente su pH para cualquier lado, los resultados se sentirán en cada parte de tu cuerpo. Los microbios proliferan en  un ambiente ácido comienzan a multiplicarse y a mutar, tomando forma agresiva, de agentes patógenos y de parásitos.

Los Microscopistas Nutricionales de la Nueva Biología que estudian la sangre fresca y seca utilizando un microscopio con condensador de contraste de fases,  con cámaras digitales de alta definición (HD) para  micrografía y video de última generación pueden ver los cambios en la sangre en el momento en que suceden y correlacionarlos en segundos con el progreso de procesos degenerativos a nivel celular. 

Estos científicos atestiguan un patrón repetitivo el cual los ha llevado a declarar que la sobre-acidificación del cuerpo, causada por una forma inadecuada de comer, vivir y pensar, causa una transformación biológica de la materia en micro-organismos que debilitan o reciclan el cuerpo, y de no ser corregida esta situación, definitivamente provocarán futuras enfermedades.

El Verdadero Poder del pH
Si cualquier substancia cambia de un pH de 7 a uno de 8, se ha vuelto 10 veces más alcalina.
Mientras que por el otro lado, si cambia de un pH neutral 7 a un pH de 6, se ha vuelto 10 veces más ácido. Como ejemplo, una coca-cola, con un pH de 2.5 es casi 50,000 veces más ácido que el agua neutra, y se necesitan 32 vasos de agua con pH de 7 para contrarrestar el consumo de un vaso de cola. (Ingrediente activo: ácido fosfórico) ahora puedes entender que el cambio de un nivel de pH de 7.365 a uno de 7, significa que tu sangre de pronto estaría 4 veces más ácida de lo que debería estar. En tal caso morirías del envenenamiento de tu propia sangre.

Es por esto que cada sistema de tu cuerpo es utilizado para mantener el pH correcto de tu sangre. A partir de esto, también puedes entender que nuestra sangre puede ser afectada a cualquier hora en cualquier momento del día por un sin número de eventos, como lo es comida, bebidas, estrés, contaminación, ejercicio, o puede ser afectada benéficamente con meditación, al tomar agua alcalina, por respirar profundamente, hasta por estar feliz.
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LA MEDITACIÓN ALCALINIZA. COMIENZA TEMPRANO

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Hoy día más y más doctores e investigadores (incluidos la mayoría de terapeutas de medicina alternativa) están de acuerdo y creen que la mayoría de las enfermedades se deben a un desbalance en el cuerpo. El desbalance ocurre en una ecuación nutricional, eléctrica, estructural, toxicológica o biológica, la cual permite la transformación de materia en micro-formas que florecen y se reproducen en masa. Ellos confirman y creen que debemos re-establecer el balance en nuestro cuerpo al trabajar con tu cuerpo, y no en contra de él. Ellos dicen que la curación de enfermedades crónicas sucede únicamente cuando y si la sangre se mantiene constantemente con un pH normal, ligeramente alcalino. No es una subestimación decir que vivimos en un mundo plagado de “micro-organismos”. Estas incluyen más que simples gérmenes, levaduras como la Candia Albicans, hongos y mohos que habitan dentro de nuestro cuerpo. No es sólo su presencia dentro de nosotros, sino también las excreciones que depositan dentro de nosotros

. Estos desperdicios tóxicos son producidos cuando los microbios digieren la glucosa, grasas y proteínas que se encuentran en nuestro cuerpo.

Los microbios roban nuestra comida, la transforman en veneno, y la tiran dentro de nosotros. Les damos su alimento, mas no el que nuestras células necesitan.

Alcalinidad y asimilación de Minerales

Si tan sólo la gente estuviera consciente de lo que causa que los minerales sean asimilados o rechazados, podríamos ahorrar cientos de millones en el consumo de suplementos desperdiciado cada año. El balance del pH determina (y limita) la asimilación de minerales.

Cada mineral tiene su propia “firma” de nivel de pH que permite la asimilación en tu cuerpo.
Si miramos una tabla de elementos en la escala atómica, aquellos elementos que se encuentran en la parte de abajo, son capaces de asimilarse en un rango mucho más amplio de pH. Aquellos que están en la parte de arriba de la tabla, necesitan un rango progresivamente más angosto de pH para ser asimilados.
En resumen, si no estás balanceado, tu cuerpo simplemente rechazará la mayoría de los minerales.

¿Por qué es esto importante?
Veamos el caso del Yodo por ejemplo.
Muy arriba en la escala de la tabla atómica, requiere un pH casi perfecto para ser asimilado en el cuerpo. El yodo es requerido para tener una glándula tiroidea sana. Sin embargo nuestra tiroidea no recibirá yodo alguno a menos que el pH de nuestro cuerpo sea casi perfecto.
El deterioro de la tiroidea se ha relacionado con artritis, ataques de corazón, diabetes, cáncer, depresión, obesidad y fatiga.

Hoy en día, una ingesta inadecuada de suplementos minerales (multivitamínicos) es extremadamente común debido a la increíble y gran falta de minerales en nuestras tierras y agricultura. El abastecimiento y absorción de minerales adecuados determina nuestra salud y bienestar, ya que esta determina la conductividad de la electricidad en nuestros cuerpos.

La conductividad eléctrica es la base para un sistema nerviosos efectivo, el cual se encarga de monitorear y reportar que tan bien nuestros varios órganos y subsistemas están llevando a cabo sus funciones.  Por lo tanto, la efectividad con la que nuestro sistema nervioso puede operar, está sujeta a un correcto pH, al igual que cada proceso bio-químico que nuestro cuerpo realiza. Al comer, vivir y pensar de una manera en la que ocasionamos desbalances en nuestro pH interno, de hecho estamos “matando al mensajero”, ese sistema que nos mantiene al tanto de como nuestros sistemas de nuestro organismo, están realizando sus vitales tareas correctamente.

Alcalinidad y el Mercurio
El Dr. W.R. Kellas, Ph. D., coautor de varios libros, incluyendo “Surviving in a Toxic World” menciona que el factor del pH juega una parte importante en cuanto a la eliminación de mercurio y otras toxinas del cuerpo. El dice, “el mejor pH es alrededor de 7.365, ya que entre más ácido el cuerpo está (debajo de 6.8) más retendrá metales (pesados). Los metales pesados a su vez crean un alto estrés oxidativo, el cual acidifica el cuerpo.”

La clínica del Dr. Kellas en California, envía tiras para medir el pH junto con su tratamiento médico y productos, similares a aquellos suplementos de ionLife, con e fin de medir el pH del cuerpo. Constantemente han obtenido mucho mejores resultados cuando incorporan el factor del pH en sus programas de desintoxicación.
Muchas personas que han iniciado un régimen de agua alcalina, se han percatado de que ocurre una desintoxicación inmediata, los movimientos de los intestinos se normalizan tras años de un mal funcionamiento, y la energía regresa. También experimentan síntomas clásicos de desintoxicación incluyendo dolores de cabeza, dolores corporales, comezón, etc. Conforme los minerales ácidos y tóxicos comienzan a eliminarse y lavarse del cuerpo. Una muy reciente investigación a nivel mundial sobre los casos actuales de Alzheimer, identificó al mercurio como el principal sospechoso o factor causativo de dicha enfermedad.

Alcalinizarse con comida  Al final de este artículo podrás encontrar una lista de las propiedades residuales de algunas comidas. Para una lista más completa, lee el libro “La Milagrosa Dieta del pH” yla Milagrosa Dieta del pH para el sobrepeso del Dr. Robert Young con Shelley Young.

Para lograr un balance, los consejeros del bienestar/Coach de vida recomendamos una combinación de 80/20 de comida alcalina por ácida. Conforme vayas descubriendo, a menos que seas como Popeye, y sólo ames las espinacas, lechuga y el brócoli, al principio considerarás esta regla bastante difícil. Tenemos a un cliente que ha ido progresando de la dieta a polvos alcalinos, a agua volcánica con gotas, y al final encontró el agua alcalina. En sus palabras, “simplemente no podía vencer mi acidez sólo con la comida”.

De cualquier forma, algunas personas dedicadas a comer únicamente comida verde logran, también utilizan y/o necesitan incluir en su dieta la ayuda de suplementos alcalinos y agua alcalina.

Suplementos Verdes    Existen muchas fórmulas de comida verde alcalinizántes en el mercado. Hay muchas que funcionan, y que conforman una respuesta funcional para el padre de familia ocupado o la persona de negocios ya que sólo necesitas tomarla una vez al día. Los ingredientes pueden ser barley grass, wheat grass y todo tipo de vegetales verdes y hierbas alcalinizántes. Muy pocas son orgánicas, por lo que debes de ser cauteloso en tu elección, recomendamos los originales pH Miracle Greens del Dr. Robert Young.

EL CALCIO
Todos hemos visto cantidad de comerciales en la televisión y revistas de suplementos de calcio.
El calcio ciertamente puede reemplazar la pérdida de alcalinidad, conforme es constantemente robada en un cuerpo ácido. La cosa está en que el calcio es muy difícil de absorber en una condición del cuerpo excesivamente ácida. En otras palabras, en los casos en que más es necesitado el calcio, es en los casos en que menos podrá ser absorbido en forma de suplemento. ¿Es en estos casos el calcio más un paliativo que una cura? Un sistema ácido desbalanceado siempre tendrá hambre de calcio, y a menos que la causa sea corregida, el hambre de calcio continuará para siempre. Si se compra un suplemento de calcio, se debe estar seguro de encontrar uno que contenga el radio correcto de calcio y magnesio en forma iónica para una rápida asimilación y el radio vital de 2:1.

Agua alcalina
Sang Whang, científico, inventor y bebedor de agua alcalina por más de 17 años menciona que el problema con tratar de alcalinizarse utilizando sólo comida, es que a menos de que puedas lograr conseguir sólo comida orgánica, estarás metabolizando una gran cantidad de pesticidas, herbicidas, fungicidas y otros residuos químicos.
El menciona que si te das una “sobredosis” de demasiada agua alcalina, simplemente pasará de largo por tus riñones y limpiará cualesquiera gérmenes que pudieran haberse quedado por ahí instalados conforme pasa.
El agua alcalina es usada por millones de familias Japonesas y Coreanas, y ha sido
parte de su cultura desde los años ochentas. El agua alcalina puede encontrarse en hospitales, en sanatorios y en clínicas a lo largo de estos países.

Tú puedes alcalinizar el agua de dos maneras, al añadir minerales alcalinos o al utilizar un ionizador de agua alcalino. Puede ser que el agua de tu llave sea ligeramente alcalina, sin embargo los científicos japoneses de la universidad de Shiga dicen que debes de tomar agua con un pH de 8.5 o arriba de eso. Las fórmulas de gotas para alcalinizar el agua también funcionan, aunque en este caso no limpian ni onizan el agua.

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15 COMPELLING AND MOTIVATING REASONS TO EXERCISE DAILY?

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Any type of exercise is important and good for your body because it causes YOU to sweat-out acidic metabolic, environmental, respiratory and dietary waste!   Here are just a few of the benefits of exercising and sweating on a daily basis!

1) EXERCISE WILL IMPROVE YOUR SEX LIFE!

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If you improve your fitness level you will have more desire and energy for sexual activity.  If you are feeling tired all the time physical activity can also improve your energy levels and your look, which can have a positive effect on your sex life.  Current research indicates that exercise can prevent and/or reverse challenges with erectile dysfunction.[1] Daily exercise can also improve sexual arousal or libido for women. [2]

2) EXERCISE WILL IMPROVE YOUR MOOD

A recommended minimum dose of daily physical activity for one-hour will keep you happy with improved circulation.  Daily exercise will remove all the unwanted symptoms of laziness and lost of interest in the basic desire to move the body and sweat.

3) EXERCISE WILL MAKE YOU SMILE

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After two weeks of daily exercise for one hour a day you will improve your electrical conductivity leading to increased energy and the feeling of happiness. Exercise stimulates increased circulation and the release of electrical energy in the form of the electron giving you the over-all feeling of happiness making you smile.  Exercise causes the release of neurotransmitters that makes you feel incredible good. Not just that, the stimulation of  endorphins or feel good chemicals are released into the blood stream making you feel euphoric.  Exercise will also decrease your appetite and support your immune system or white blood cells.  This will help reduce metabolic and dietary acids that make you sick, tired, fat and stressed. [2,3]  When you start feeling better, you start doing better and when you start doing better you start thinking and feeling better.  After exercising and sweating you will feel so good you will forget that you were depressed.  Now that will put a smile on your face! [4]

4) EXERCISE WILL IMPROVE YOUR OVER-ALL HEALTH

Increased physical activity will certainly help to prevent and in some cases reserve life-threatening conditions. If you exercise just three days a week you can lower the chances of following dis-eases or conditions, including,

1) brain stroke [5,6],

2) metabolic syndrome [7],

3) cardiovascular disease [8],

4) diabetes [9,10],

5) arthritis [11],

6) cancer [12,13,14], and

7) heart disease.[15]

Optimal exercise and sweating is harmless and a safe natural “drug” that should be received daily for one hour so it can protect you for metabolic and dietary acids that destroy the quality life. “A wise man should consider that health is the greatest 
of human blessings, and learn how by his own thought to derive benefit from his illnesses.” ― Hippocrates

5) EXERCISE WILL CONTROL YOUR ACIDIC WEIGHT

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The best method to control weight along with the diet is daily exercising and sweating.  I recommend all types of exercise but my favorites are low impact rebounding, yoga, jogging, hiking and tennis.  You can do any type of physical exercise you like because moving your body increases circulation, opens up the pores of the skin and releases metabolic and dietary acids via sweat.   Doing this daily will improve the quality and the quantity of your life by maintaining the alkaline design of the body fluids.  Finally, it will help you better control your weight by removing the acidic waste products in the fatty tissues that are making you fat. And as you are removing metabolic and dietary acids through the pores of the skin you are lowering your risk of all other dis-eases.

6) EXERCISE WILL BUILD MUSCLE MASS

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Resistance training or static contraction exercising will help you build muscles.  This type of training or exercise causes blood to flow into the muscle that is being contracted.  When the blood pools into the muscle under stress or contraction from a weight you are holding the blood will then redifferentiate into new muscle cells.  When this happens the muscle gets stronger while getting bigger.  It is important to understand that you build muscle with blood and you build blood with chlorophyll, polyunsaturated oil, alkaline water and whole natural mineral salts.  The quality of the blood will determine the quality and health of the muscle cell all determined by what you eat and what you drink.  As you increase healthy and strong muscle mass with a plant-based diet you will also increase your metabolism. This type of exercise will increase your resting metabolic rate 24 hours after the training [16, 17,18] Finally, as you age the so-called natural process called sarcopenia occurs.  Sarcopenia means that the body is loosing muscle, after 25 years at a rate of 0.5 to 1%.  The lack of exercise can increase the risk of sarcopenia. [19] Because daily exercise can increase circulation and the elimination of metabolic and dietary acids via sweat this slows down and eliminates the risk of sarcopenia or muscle loss so muscles can remain healthy and strong.[20]

7) EXERCISE WILL HELP YOU SLEEP BETTER

Did you know that people who exercise regularly also sleep better?[21]  Current research shows that people with insomnia can improve sleeping with daily exercise. [22] If you exercise before going to bed you will remove metabolic and dietary acids that will allow the body to relax, rest and restore.  This will help the body sleep deeper and sounder awakening in 4 to 6 hours refreshed and ready to go.

8) EXERCISE CAN BE LOTS OF FUN!

Exercise time should be fun and not something that you “have” to do but “want” to do. It is better to exercise with a friend or in a group because you will motivated by those who are exercising with you.  If you exercise alone make sure you change-up the type of exercise you do to keep it interesting.  I like to run every other day, rebound every day and do weights the days I am not jogging.   If you only do one type of exercise every day the chances are high that you will get bored and stop.  It is very important to engage in exercise types that you enjoy.   You can include in your exercise choices, dance classes, yoga, hip-hop yoga, working out in a gym, martial arts classes, speed walking or any type of physical activity that will cause you to work-up a good sweat.  Once again, it is very important that  you engage in different types of exercises on a daily or weekly basis and exercises that you love or actually enjoy.

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9) EXERCISE IS GREAT FOR A CHILDS MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH

Studies show that exercise improves behavorial patterns in children with ADHD or Autism.  Research has demonstrated that children who exercise can improve their focus and prevent distraction. This is of great help for these children because “inhibitory control” is the biggest problem they face.[23,24]  Studies have shown that exercise will improve body composition and where metabolic and dietary acids will be stored in the connective and fatty tissues.  After 9 months of research the authors found that children who exercise have improved fitness level and had less body fat (especially abdomen fat which can increase risk of liver, pancreas, colon and reproductive cancers). The children in the group that exercised had moderate physical activity 5 days a week for about 70 minutes. [25]

10) EXERCISE CAN IMPROVE BONE DENSITY AND PROTECT AGAINST OSTEOPOROSIS

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The skeletal system serves as a support for the body organs, glands and tissues. It is very important to keep them alkaline so they can be healthy and strong.  Bones are constantly breaking down and rebuilding every day.  In fact you have a new skeletal system every 90 days.  Before the age of 30 the body regenerates the bone quickly.  When you reach peak bone mass (although this can vary from person to person), after 30 years of age, your body loses balance, and this leads to bone loss year after year by approximately 1% per year.[26,27]  This may lead to an  increase risk of osteoporosis if you are living an acidic sedentary lifestyle. [28] Women also have increased bone loss after menopause because the activity of the endocrine system decreases because of acidity caused by an acidic lifestyle and diet.  Resistance training ( lifting weights and statically holding the maximize weight for at least 30 seconds and then releasing the contraction) can prevent bone loss by causing red blood cells to flow to the contracted muscle and bone to build new healthy muscles and bones. [29]   Scientists in a recent study compared the bone density of college women  with different body weights and physical activity levels. They concluded that women who exercise have lower body weight and higher bone density.[30]

What types of exercises are good bone mineral density?

1) Aerobic and Resistive training.[31]

Aerobic and resistance training is good for healthy muscles and bones.[32,33] Scientist found that women between 25 and 50 years of age who rebound or hop at least 10 times twice a day, with 30 seconds between each hop, have increased bone density of the hip after 4 months.[34]

I have recommended for years low or no-impact alkalizing exercising on a whole body vibrational machine or a whole body rebounding apparatus to keep the bones and muscles strong, healthy and fit.   These types of exercise apparatuses will especially be good for your bones because it increase blood circulation to the bones and muscles [35] which can increase bone and muscle density. [36,37]

Resistance exercising should be done at least  2 to 3 times per week. Intensity—moderate to high.

2) Weight Training

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3) Rebounding or Jump Training

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4) Plyometrics

5) Stair Running

6) Body Weight Exercises like planking

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7) Rope Jumping

8) Running, Jogging or Walking

9) Hiking

10) Backpacking

11) Whole body vibrational exercising

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12) Bicycling

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13) Swimming

Generally bicycling and swimming  are NOT usually consider exercises that can increase bone or muscle density.  Here is the study that shows that professional cyclists have lower bone density during this type of excercise.[38] Citation from this study also concludes:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3230645/

In summary, cycling may not be as beneficial to bone health as running and other weight bearing activities. Cycling does not appear to be more detrimental to bone health than a sedentary lifestyle, and it is beneficial for cardiovascular health. It is unclear whether an inverse dose response relationship exists between optimal bone health and volume of cycling.” National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases also states that swimming is not the best type of excercise for improving bone density.[39] There is a study that shows that swimming is better than not exercising at all.[40] You can also see that this study made a systematic review of how swimming affects bone tissue.  The study concluded that swimming does NOT have negative effects on bone density.[41]

11) EXERCISE IMPROVES BREATHING AND LUNG HEALTH

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Exercise can help strengthen the muscles that are responsible for opening the lungs so that oxygen can enter and eliminate the acid called carbon dioxide.[42] Exercising can also improve the efficiency with which oxygen enters the cells of the body. This is a  positive impact on your aerobic capacity.[43,44] You can also test the capacity of your lungs by running for 2 minutes  without catching your breath.  A fit and healthy  person with healthy lung capacity will be able to do this without stopping or catching his or her breath or feeling a tightness or pain in the throat.

12) EXERCISE IMPROVES MEMORY

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Research shows that brain neurons (special type of cells), which help us to think,move, perform body functions and even improve memory are improved after just a TWO weeks of exercise.[45]

13) EXERCISE PREVENTS LOSS OF BRAIN TISSUE

Study, which used an MRI machine to measure the amount of brain tissue in adults 55 years and older,shows that physical activity reduces the risk of loss of brain tissue in areas that are intended for thinking and memory.[46,47]

14) EXERCISE PREVENTS DEMENTIA

There is also evidence that regular DAILY exercise during life can reduce risk of dementia.[48]

15) EXERCISE CAN PREVENT THE FLU OR THE COLD

The flu is simply the body removing the build-up of acidic metabolic and dietary acids through the pores of the increase by increasing body temperature.  To prevent the body heating up or inducing a fever you can exercise and sweat-out the accumulated excess acids.  You can also use hyperthermia by sitting in an infrared sauna for 30 minutes and sweating-out acidic waste.  This is a passive form of exercise and can be don on a daily basis.  Make sure you are drinking at least 1 liter of alkaline water for each one-hour of exercise or sauna.  It is vitally important to replace the fluids loss through the sweat via the pores of the skin.  Scientist recently found that  people who exercise regularly have 50% less chances to do a flu or cold than people who don’t exercise and sweat.[49]

Conclusion: There are many health, wellness and fitness benefits of daily alkalizing exercise so start exercising every day for at least one hour.  And remember this – if you don’t make time to exercise for one hour every day you will be forced to make time to die!

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     ElwoodPC@cardiff.ac.uk

    Affiliation: Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom

  • Julieta Galante, 

    Affiliation: Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom

  • Janet Pickering, 

    Affiliation: Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom

  • Stephen Palmer, 

    Affiliation: Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom

  • Antony Bayer, 

    Affiliation: Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom

  • Yoav Ben-Shlomo, 

    Affiliation: School of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom

  • Marcus Longley, 

    Affiliation: Welsh Institute for Health and Social Care, University of South Wales, Pontypridd, United Kingdom

  • John Gallacher 

    Affiliation: Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom

PLOS

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  • DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0081877

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Press Release

Part 3 – The Key to Prevention for a Self-Care to a Self-Cure for ALL Sickness and Disease!

Health and Healing Crusade welcomed Robert O. Young M.Sc., D.Sc., Ph.D. ND who gave three incredible talks on promoting an alkaline Lifestyle and diet. He claims that health depends primarily on proper balance between an alkaline and acid environment in the human body, and that an acid environment causes cancer, obesity, osteoporosis, yeast overgrowth, flu, skin disorders, and other diseases.

Please listen carefully as he teaches some important truths about our wonderful universe, our bodies, and the importance of having an alkaline environment to keep us free from ALL sickness and disease caused by and acidic diet and our neglect to care for our body!

The London Telegraph – Cleanse Your Body With Dr. Robert O. Young’s Alkaline Diet

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Cleanse your body with the alkaline diet

Alkaline eating helps the body maintain healthy pH levels which improve digestion, skin tone and mood as well as weight loss. Natasha Corrett’s new book has a range of four cleanses with recipes to rebalance your body.

Five years ago, Natasha Corrett was overtired, overworked and unhappy with her weight. And when her back seized up in a stress-related spasm the day before her 26th birthday, she sought acupuncture treatment in a desperate effort to ‘‘un-knot’’ her in time for her party. What the gourmet cook didn’t expect was advice on food which would revolutionise her diet, lose two and a half stone “without noticing” – and find relief from the symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome that had dogged her for years.

It was while she was having the needles inserted that the therapist told her about the benefits of an alkaline diet: one which avoids “acid forming foods” such as dairy, meat, sugar and coffee and replaces them with plant foods and wholegrains.

Now 31, Natasha is in radiant health and her series of best selling Honestly Healthy cook books, based on the principles of alkaline eating, have a big celebrity following – one fan is Victoria Beckham. The latest book, Honestly Healthy Cleanse, is launched this week and contains 100 meticulously tested new recipes that combine her alkaline diet principles with four “cleansing plans” to kick start a new eating regime.

Each detox is tailored to individual needs: the six-day slim down cleanse, for example, suggests a menu of raw salads with soups and smoothies, to inspire those New Year weight loss plans; while for those in search of something more ambitious, the 30-day life-changing cleanse is, she promises, a stepping stone to a new, healthier life.

‘’Once you’ve achieved the first 30 days, there will be no turning back,’’ shepromises, ‘’you will make definite lifestyle changes for the better as you’ll feel so energised and full of life.’’

Natasha, who is engaged to fitness guru Simon Bateman, 36, comes from a family who know about food. Her mother, interior designer Kelly Hoppen (actress Sienna Miller is her stepsister) was always a ‘’health freak’’, she says, and the fridge at home was full of ‘dairy-free milk and similar products.’

From her father Graham Corrett, a restaurateur, owner of fashionable Le Boudin Blanc in Mayfair, Natasha developed a fondness for good food, learning to cook at his restaurant during her school summerholidays. Like many of us, she admits she has always been torn between knowing what is ‘’good for you’’ and not wanting to deny herself a dish she enjoyed.

So what led to her passion for “the alkaline way?” ‘

’Five years ago,’’ she explains, ‘’I was always on the go, making and delivering fresh food for my company Fridge Fill, working hard but not making a living, and feeling tired all the time.’’ In addition, Natasha admits that being dissatisfied with her weight and years of yo yo dieting meant she was on the verge of an eating disorder. ‘’When I was at boarding school, it was fashionable to be really skinny and my weight fluctuated massively as I tried to fit in.’’

It was her mother who recommended the therapist specialising in Ayurvedic medicine as well as acupuncture. When he pointed out that Natasha’s whole system was out of balance, she was more than ready to listen.

‘’The therapist told me my body had become incredibly acidic from years and years of yo-yo dieting, even though I thought I was super-healthy being vegetarian and knocking back a green smoothie with spirulina every morning,” she says.

‘’He suggested my body was in such a toxic state from stress and overwork that there was no way it could absorb the nutrients I was consuming. He said I needed to do an alkaline cleanse.”

Claims as to the benefits of an alkaline diet are not new. Pioneered by an American biologist Dr Robert Young, the theory is that the digestive process causes foods to become either alkaline or acidic, as measured by their pH levels. The results are sometimes counter-intuitive: dairy for example becomes highly acidic when digested while lemons become alkaline..

Fans of alkaline eating maintain that while alkaline forming foods help the body maintain healthy pH levels, too much acidity does the opposite; and that sticking to an alkaline diet can help with weight loss and bloating as well as improving digestion, skin tone and mood. An acid based diet is blamed for diseases such as osteoporosis, heart problems, back pain and kidney stones.

‘’At first, I wasn’t sure I wanted to try this way of eating,” says Natasha. “I had promised myself I would never do another detox or diet, as I had become so obsessed with food, and felt so unhappy. I had sworn never to put myself through that misery again. But I was persuaded to try an alkaline cleanse for 21 days, and in the end, I just didn’t stop. I felt so well.’’

Gradually, the weight came off, while her symptoms of PCOS – acne, mood swings and bloating – disappeared as her hormones became more balanced. ‘’I look at old photos of me and can’t believe the difference.’’

Whether or not the theory holds up, much of the advice on alkaline eating chimes with official guidance on a healthy diet, Natasha advocates replacing acid forming foods with alkaline foods fruit, vegetables, pulses and wholegrains. Wheat is also considered acid forming, while almonds, garlic, olive oil and herbal teas are highly recommended.

As Natasha points out following this way of eating is mostly common sense and her delicious recipes prove it need not be painful. ‘’Think about eating as Mother Nature intended,” she advises. “Make your diet plant based, with lots of pulses and grains, although don’t eat too much fruit – certainly not on an empty stomach as that is very acid.’’

She recommends following the alkaline pattern of eating 70 percent of the week and then relaxing about the other 30 percent. “And if you can’t resist meat on a 30 per cent day, she says: ‘’Just be sure that all the meat you buy is organically and sustainably reared.’’

Exercise is also plays a large part in Natasha’s life and, she says, complements.

‘’When I’m feeling low or tired, a burst of activity just gets the ‘happy hormones’ (aka endorphins) pumping around my body, and in that state I find that I naturally reach for healthier foods. What’s more,research has shown that just eating healthy food can boost endorphins in the brain – so combine that with exercise and you’ll double the hit.’’

She blogs enthusiastically about the alkaline lifestyle, and runs occasional exclusive cookery classes, too. There’s also a recipe app, and Londoners can join the Honestly Healthy supper club. Naturally, both mother (for health) and father for (taste) approve of her venture. Best of all was a surprise endorsement from one of the UK’s leading chefs

Marcus Wareing who, Natasha was thrilled to learn, cooks from her books at home. ‘’Natasha has a really, creative, inventive and forward thinking attitude to food and cooking,’’ he says on the book’s cover.

‘’That was my Michelin star,’’ she says proudly.

‘’What’s important to me is how can we get to optimum health,” she adds. “It’s what is going on inside that matters, not about how you look. And if you follow a healthy diet, your skin will glow and the weight will drop off. But the food has to taste good too.’’

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Foods to avoid

All of the below are extremely acid forming. To rebalance your body towards a more alkaline state you need to cut these items out of your diet.

caffeine

alcohol

dairy produce

meat

sugar

wheat and gluten

processed foods

Alkaline foods to indulge in

Barley, millet, soya bean

Avocado, berry, lime, mango

Carrot, garlic, butternut squash

Almonds, coconut oil, olive oil

Herbal teas

Cleansing the Honestly Healthy way

Each of the four cleanses in the book is designed to fit in with your lifestyle, depending on whether you want a weekend cleanse, a pre-event slimdown or a cleanse for heavy exercise.

Feelgood

A two- or three-day liquid cleanse, comprising smoothies, juices, teas and soups – all designed to give your body a rest from digesting and to help draw out the toxins naturally.

Slimdown

This six-day cleanse will give you a gentle kick-start to shift any extra pounds before a party, holiday or special event. You’ll be eating raw salads with soups and smoothies, which will boost your immune system.

Highenergy

This six-day cleanse is designed for people who are exercising a lot, who want to find out how to get more vegetarian protein into their daily diet and cleanse their body at the same time.

Lifechanging

This 30-day cleanse is a stepping stone to a new, healthier you. Once you’ve achieved the first 30 days, there will be no turning back – you will make definite lifestyle changes for the better as you’ll feel so energised.

Top tips for any cleanse

Get all your shopping done before you start a cleanse. Make up the first day’s worth of food so you are ahead of time.

Remove or hide any food that you normally turn to for a ‘fix.

Drink plenty of water – ideally, at least 2 litres of water per day.

Clear your mind of any problems. Do whatever works best – read a book, meditate or pay yourself some attention

How you might feel and what might happen

If you have not undertaken a cleanse before, be warned that you might feel worse before you feel better. The process of drawing toxins out of your body results in classic symptoms, such as:

headaches

tiredness

irritability

skin break-outs

bloating

constipation

The Recipes

These recipes are high in alkalinity and low in acid. Ingredients can be sourced from organic supermarkets and online suppliers]

Acai smoothie

[Suitable for all cleanses]

I first fell in love with acai, a South American superfood, while travelling around Brazil, where I had the most amazing smoothies made from freshly frozen pulp. This smoothie is the next best thing. Throw in a few ice cubes and you will get a deliciously cold smoothie that will nourish your body with its supply of antioxidants and immune-boosters.

Serves 2

1 small banana (about 100g)

100g cucumber, peeled

3 tbsp acai powder

80g mango

bee pollen or raw cacao nibs [roasted cacao beans, broken into pieces] , to garnish (optional)

Put all the ingredients into a high-speed blender and blend until completely smooth. Serve either in a bowl or in a glass, with a garnish of bee pollen or raw cacao nibs for extra crunch. The smoothie is best drunk straight away, but you can always put it in a jar and take it out with you to drink as soon as you can during the day.

Cauliflower and pink peppercorn soup

[Suitable for all cleanses]

I love nothing more than a velvety soup to help cleanse my body from the inside out. Here, I use the umeboshi plum purée (a Japanese condiment) for its natural saltiness and its alkalinity. I also love to add nutritional yeast to this soup to give it a deeper flavour. I buy the brand that has added vitamin B12 as it can be hard to get adequate amounts of this vitamin on a vegetarian diet.

Serves 2–3

1 tbsp coconut oil

1 shallot, sliced

1 clove garlic, sliced

2 tsp sumac (a spice often used in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cooking), plus extra to garnish

¼ tsp ground coriander

10 pink peppercorns, plus extra to garnish

5g oregano leaves, plus extra to garnish

250ml cold water

1 leek, chopped into 2.5–5cm chunks

1 whole cauliflower, chopped into 2.5–5cm chunks

800ml boiling water

½ tsp umeboshi plum purée

2 tbsp nutritional yeast (optional)

In a medium-sized pan, heat the coconut oil and sauté the sliced shallot and garlic for 2 minutes. Add the sumac, ground coriander, pink peppercorns and oregano. Add the cold water, bring to the boil, then simmer for a further minute.

Add the leek and cauliflower pieces to the pan and be sure to stir well so all the flavours can mingle. Add the boiling water and leave to cook on a medium heat for about 10 minutes. You will know it’s ready as the cauliflower will start to break up into much smaller pieces and will be soft to the point of a knife.

Add the umeboshi plum purée and stir well. Transfer the contents of the pan to a blender and whizz until very smooth. If you are going to add the nutritional yeast stir it into the soup once it’s blended.

Serve the soup hot with a garnish of oregano and a sprinkle of sumac or a few pink peppercorns on top.

Carrot ‘noodles’ and avocado dressing

[Suitable for slimdown, high energy and life changing cleanses]

This wonderfully cleansing dish is incredibly alkalising too. The creaminess of the avocado dressing transforms a few humble ingredients into a delicious meal.

Serves 2

2–3 carrots, spiralised

2 ripe avocados, roughly chopped

juice of 1 lemon

1 tbsp sweet miso

1 small clove garlic, grated

a pinch of Himalayan pink salt

½ small red onion, finely chopped

15g coriander, chopped

40g pea shoots

To garnish:

Tamari-toasted seeds (Tamari is essentially a gluten-free soy sauce)

finely grated zest of 1 lime

1 tbsp pumpkin oil

Place the carrots in a bowl.

Put the avocados, lemon juice, sweet miso, garlic and salt in a blender and blend until completely smooth.

Pour this dressing over the carrot ‘noodles’ and mix in – using your hands is best – then stir in the red onion and coriander.

Divide the pea shoots between 2 plates, add a pile of the ‘noodles’ on top, garnish with the tamari-toasted pumpkin seeds and lime zest and drizzle the pumpkin oil all over.

Spiced overnight oats

[Suitable for highenergy and lifechanging cleanses]

An oaty breakfast is a great way to start the day as oats release energy slowly, balancing blood sugar levels. If you can’t find Chinese pear, use half an apple and half a regular pear.

serves 2

60g Chinese pear (see above)

juice of ¼ lemon

80g gluten-free oats

¼ tsp ground allspice

10g goji berries

2 star anise

200ml rice milk

1 tbsp coconut oil

Chop the Chinese pear into thin slices about 2cm long and squeeze the lemon over them to prevent the fruit going brown. Then put the rest of the ingredients into a bowl, finishing off with the chopped Chinese pear. Mix together and leave overnight or for at least 2–3 hours. Divide between 2 bowls, discarding the star anise. If you’re eating alone, store the other serving in the fridge, where it will keep for up to 5 days.

Butterbean and butternut curry

[Suitable for highenergy and lifechanging cleanses]

This is quick to make and perfect if you’re having friends round for dinner. It’s now a staple in my house – all you need is some fresh herbs and a butternut squash to transform dried ingredients from your larder into this delicious meal.

serves 2

1 tsp coconut oil

½ white onion

1 clove garlic, grated

½ lemongrass stalk, bashed with a rolling pin

120ml water

400ml coconut milk

200g butternut squash, cut into 2cm cubes

250g butterbeans

20g coriander leaves

For the curry paste:

1 tsp cumin seeds

1 tsp fennel seeds

1 tsp ground coriander

1 tsp ground turmeric

¼ tsp paprika

5cm piece of root ginger

2 tbsp brown rice vinegar

5g galangal [from the ginger family] (optional)

2 tbsp sesame oil

¼ tsp Himalayan pink

salt

finely grated zest and juice of 1 lime

Put all the curry paste ingredients in a small food processor or blender and whizz until you get a nice chunky paste. Set aside.

Melt the coconut oil in a pan and sauté the onion and garlic for 1 minute. Tip in the curry paste along with the whole lemongrass stalk. Leave the sauce to bubble for a further 2 minutes, then add another 4 tablespoons of the water.

After another 2 minutes add the coconut milk and butternut squash and continue to cook for 5 minutes on a medium heat. Finally, stir in the butterbeans and half the coriander leaves and leave to simmer for a further 7 minutes. Test to see if the squash is cooked; if not, then simmer for another few minutes until totally tender.

Remove the lemongrass stalk before serving, and sprinkle the curry with the rest of the coriander. If you’d like your curry with some rice, then use a brown basmati or perhaps some quinoa on the side.

Tamari-toasted seeds

[Suitable for slimdown, highenergy and lifechanging cleanses]

Here’s my go-to recipe to transform a salad – also perfect as a snack. Packed full of protein, these little salty seeds are great for adding to any recipe.

serves 1 as a snack

1 tbsp sesame oil

1 tbsp tamari (Like soy sauce but wheat-free)

30g pumpkin seeds improving digestion, skin tone and moodimproving digestion, skin tone and mood

Put the sesame oil, tamari and pumpkin seeds in a pan on a medium heat and toast for 1 minute. Set aside to cool.

Quinoa, teff and almond bake

[Suitable for highenergy and lifechanging cleanses]

Quite often I find that the best recipes, like this one, arrive through a mistake. I decided to experiment with teff flour (a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour) expecting to create a more biscuit-like texture, but in fact ended up with a super-fluffy result, so this recipe became a bake. The mixture is also ridiculously healthy – with the whole grains as well as the omega fatty acids in the chia seeds.

80g quinoa

2 tbsp ground chiaseeds

6 tbsp cold water

130ml warm water

2 tbsp coconut oil

150g almond butter

100g coconut blossom syrup or agave syrup

1 tsp vanilla extract

150g teff flour

1 heaped tsp bicarbonate of soda

finely grated zest of 1 orange

30g cacao nibs

1 tsp orange-flower water

raw walnuts and almonds, roughly chopped, for the topping (optional)

Preheat the oven to 180°C/gas mark 4. Line a baking dish with baking parchment, or line a 12-hole muffin tin with paper cases if you prefer.

Cook the quinoa according to the packet instructions. Drain and leave to cool in a bowl.

Soak the ground chia seeds in the measured cold water for 10 minutes until you get a thick gloopy texture.

Put the warm water, coconut oil, almond butter, syrup, soaked chia seeds, vanilla and cooked quinoa into a blender and blend until fully mixed.

Sift the teff flour and the bicarbonate of soda into a largish bowl and add the zest and cacao nibs.

Now, stir in the wet mixture (from the blender) – it will be thick.

Scoop the mixture into the prepared baking dish, keeping it about 3cm thick. Pop the tray into a preheated oven and bake for 12–15 minutes.

The bake will be ready when a sharp knife inserted into the middle comes out clean.

Lift the bake out of the dish, using the parchment to help you, and transfer to a wire rack. Sprinkle with the crushed nuts (if using) and drizzle with orange-flower water. Set aside to cool.

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The Most Common Cause of Vision Loss

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The carbohydrates present in a diet can influence
the risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD),
the most common cause of vision loss in older adults,
according to a report in the American Journal of
Clinical Nutrition.

“AMD appears to share several carbohydrate-related
mechanisms and risk factors with diabetes-related
diseases, including (eye) and cardiovascular disease,”
write Dr. Allen Taylor, of Tufts University, Boston,
and colleagues. “However, to date, only one small
study has addressed this issue.”

To investigate further, the researchers conducted a
study of 4,099 participants, aged 55 to 80 years,
in the Age-Related Eye Disease Study.

The team classified a total of 8,125 eyes into one
of five AMD groups based on the severity of the
dis-ease and other factors.

Regular consumption of a diet with a high-glycemic
index — a diet containing carbs (acidic grains, pasta,
high sugar fruits) that quickly raise blood sugar
levels — significantly increased the risk of AMD
relative to regular consumption of a diet with a
low-glycemic index (alkalizing low sugar fruits
and vegetables).

The researchers calculate that 20 percent of AMD
cases could have been prevented if subjects had
consumed diets with a low-glycemic index.

“The eyes are 97% to 98% water and are very sensitive
to acidic water and foods. Using alkaline drops
such as a 1% saline solution in the eyes can be
very helpful in buffering localized acidity in the
eyes,” states Robert O. Young, Ph.D.

“If you want healthy eyes you must maintain the
alkaline design of your body fluids by reducing
dietary and metabolic acids with the four
foundational food groups:

1) Alkaline water at 9.5 pH

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2) 9 to 12 servings of alkaline vegetables and fruits

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References:

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, July 2007
The pH Miracle for Weight Loss
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Political Science! – The Politics of Medical Science and Research

The Politics of Science (Part 1)

The following last chapter in Robert O. Becker’s book, The Body Electric” should give some insight into the politics of science. How and why some researchers and their research gets funded while others don’t. Maybe, it will explain why many researchers in CFS continue to bark up the wrong tree and will not dare delve into truth of the matter – into the Big Lie – since this might very well cut their funding, ruin their reputations, and even end their careers. This has happened to many honorable and brilliant scientists such as Dr. Antione BeChamp, Dr. Livingston Wheller, Dr. Royal Rife, Dr. Gunther Enderlien, Dr. Duesburg, Dr. Robert Becker, Dr Nassens and finally Dr. Robert O. Young.

Postscript: Political Science

An important scientific innovation rarely makes its way by gradually winning over and converting its opponents: it rarely happens that Saul becomes Paul. What does happen is that its opponents gradually die out and that the growing generation is familiarized with the idea from the beginning.-Max PlanckDispassionate philosopher inquiring into nature from the sheer love of knowledge, single-minded alchemist puttering about a secluded basement in search of elixers to benefit all humanity – these ideals no longer fit for most scientists. Even the stereotype of Faust dreaming of demonic power is outdated, for most scientists today are overspecialized and anonymous – although science as a whole is somewhat Mephistophelian in its disregard or the effects of its knowledge. It’s a ponderous beast, making enormous changes in the way we live but agonizingly slow to change its own habits and viewpoints when they become outmoded.

The public’s conception of the scientist remains closest to its image of the philosopher – cold and logical, making decisions solely on the basis of facts, unswayed by emotion. The lay person’s most common fear about scientists is that they lack human feelings. During my twenty-five years of research I’ve found this to be untrue yet no cause for confort. I’ve occasionally seen our species’ nobler impulses among them, but I’ve also found that scientists as a group are at least as subject to human failings as people in other walks of life.It has been like this throughout the history of science. Many, perhaps even most, of its practitioners have been greedy, power-hungry, prestige-seeking, dogmatic, pompous asses, not above political chicanery and outright lying, cheating, and stealing. Examples abound right from the start. Sir Francis Bacon, who in 1620 formulated the experimental method on which all technical progress since then has been founded, not only forgot to mention his considerable debt to William Gilbert but apparently plagiarized some of his predecessor’s work while publicly belittling it. In a similar way Emil Du Bois-Reymond based his own electrical theory of nerve impulse on Carlo Matteucci’s work, then tried to ridicule his mentor and take full credit.

Many a genius has been destroyed by people of lesser talent defending the status quo. Ignaz Semmelweis, a Hungarian physician who practiced in Vienna during the mid-nineteenth century, demanded that his hospital colleagues and subordinates wash their hands, especially when moving from autopsies and sick wards to the charity childbirth ward he directed. When the incidence of puerperal fever and resultant death declined dramatically to well below that of the rich women’s childbirth ward, proving the importance of cleanliness even before Pasteur, Semmelweis was fired and vilified. His livelihood gone, he committed suicide soon afterward.

The principle figure who for decades upheld the creed that dedifferentiation was impossible was Paul Weiss, who dominated biology saying the things his peers wanted to hear. Weiss was wrong, but along the way he managed to cut short a number of careers.

For many years the American Medical Association scorned the idea of vitamin-deficiency diseases and called teh EEG electronic quackery. Even today that august body contends that nutrition is basically irrelevant to health. As the late-eighteenth-century Italian experimenter Abbe Alberto Fortis observed in a letter chiding Spallanzani for his closed-minded stance on dowsing, “… derision will never help in the development of true knowledge.”In the past, these character flaws couldn’t wholly prevent the recognition of scientific truths. Both sides of a controversy would fight with equal vehemence, and the one with better evidence would usually win sooner or later. In the last four decades, however, changes in the structure of scientific institutions have produced a situation so heavily weighted in favor of the establishment that it impedes progress in healthcare and prevents truly new ideas from getting a fair hearing in almost all circumstances. The present system is in effect a dogmatic religion with a self-perpetuating priesthood dedicated only to preserving the current orthodoxies. The system awards the sycophant and punishes the visionary to a degree unparalleled in the four-hundred-year history of modern science.

This situation has come about because research is now so expensive that only governments and multinational corporations can pay for it. The funds are dispensed by agencies staffed and run by bureaucrats who aren’t scientists themselves. As the system developed after World War 2, the question naturally arose as to how these scientifically ignorant officials were to choose among competing grant applications. The logical solution was to set up panels of scientists to evaluate requests in their fields and then advise the bureaucrats.

This method is based on the naive assumption that scientists really are more impartial than other people, so the result could have been predicted decades ago. In general, projects that propose a search for evidence in support of new ideas aren’t funded. Most review committees approve nothing that would challenge the findings their members made when they were struggling young researchers who created the current theories, whereas projects which ponder to these elder egos receive lavish support. Eventually, those who play the game beome the new members of the peer group, and thus the system perpetuates itself. As Erwin Chargaff has remarked, “This continual turning off and on of the financial faucets produces Pavlovian effects,” and most research becomes mere water treading aimed at getting paid rather than finding anything new. The intuitive “lunatic twinge,” the urge to test a hunch, which is the source of all scientific breakthroughs, is systematically excluded.

There has even been a scientific study documenting how choices made by the peer review system depend almost entirely on whether the experts are sympathetic or hostile to the hypothesis being suggested. True to form, the National Academy of Sciences, which sponsored the investigation, suppressed its results for two years.

Membership on even a few review boards soon establishes one’s status in the “old boys’ club” and leads to other benefits. Manuscripts submitted to scientific journals are reviewed for validity in the same way as grant requests. And who is better qualified to judge an article than those same eminant experts with their laurels to guard? Publication is accepted as evidence that an experiment has some basic value, and without it the work sinks without a ripple. The circle is thus closed, and the revolutionary, from whose ideas all new scientific concepts come, is on the outside. Donald Goodwin, chairman of psychiatry at the University of kansas and an innovative researcher on alcoholism, has even put it in the form of exasperation: “If it’s trivial, you can probably study it. If it’s important, you probably can’t.”Another unforeseen abuse has arisen, which has lowered the quality of training in medical schools. As the peer review system developed, academic institutions saw a golden opportunity. If the government wanted all this research done, why shouldn’t it help the schools with their overhead, such as housing, utilities, bookeeping and ultimately the salaries of the researchers, who were part of the faculty? The influx of money corroded academic values. The idea arose that the best teacher was the best researcher, and the best researcher was the one who pulled down the biggest grants. A medical school became primarily a kennel of researchers and only secondary a place to teach future physicians. To survive in academia, you have to get funded and then get published. The epidemic of fraudalent reports – and I believe only a small percentage of the actual fakery has been discovered – is eloquent testimony of the pressure to make a name in the lab.There remain today few places for those whose talents lie in teaching and clinical work. Many people who don’t care about research are forced to do it anyway. As a result, medical journals and teaching staffs are both drowning in mediocrity.

Finally, we must add to these factors the buying of science by the military. To call it a form of prostitution is an insult to the oldest profession. Nearly two-thirds fo the 47-billion 1984 research budget was for military work, and in the field of bioelectricity the proportion was even higher. While military sponsors often allow more technical innovation than others, their employees must keep their mouths shut about environmental hazards and other moral issues that link science to the broader concerns of civilization. In the long run, even the growth of pure knowledge (if there is such a thing) can’t flourish behind this chain link fence.

If someone does start a heretical project, there are several ways to limit this threat. Grants are limited, usually for a period of one or two years. Then the experimenter must reapply. Every application is a volumous document filled with fine-print forms and meaningless bureaucratic jargon, requiring many days of data compilation and “creative wriiting.” Some researchers may simply get tired of them and quit. In any case, they must run the same gauntlet of peers each time. The simplest way to nip a challenge in the bud is to turn off the money or keep the reports out of major journals by means of anonymous value judgements from review committees. You can always find something wrong with a proposal or manuscript, no matter how well written or scientifically impeccable it may be.

Determined rebels use guerrilla tactics. There are so many funding agencies that the left hand often knoweth not what the right hand doeth. A proposal may get by an obscure panel whose members aren’t yet aware of the danger. The snowstorms of paper churned out by the research establishment have required the founding of many new journals in each subspecialty. Some of these will accept papers that would automatically be rejected by the big ones. In addition, there’s an art to writing a grant proposal that falls within accepted guidelines without specifying exactly what the researchers intend to do.

If these methods succeed in prolonging the apostasy, the establishment generally exerts pressure through the schools. Successful academics are almost always true believers who are happy to curry favor by helping to deny tenure to “questionable” investigators or by harassing them in a number of ways. For example, in 1950 Gordon A. Atwater was fired as chairman of the American Museum of Natural History astronomy department and curator of the Hayden Planetarium for publicly suggesting that Immanuel Velikovsky’s ideas should receive a fair hearing. That same year Velikovsky’s first book, Worlds in Collision, was renounced by his publisher (MacMillan) even though it was a best seller, because a group of influential astronomers led by Harvard’s Harlow Shapley threatened to boycott the textbook department that accounted for two thirds of the company’s sales. No matter what one may think of Velikovsky’s conclusions, that kind of backstairs persuasion is not science.As the conflict escalates, the muzzled freethinker often goes directly to the public to spread the pernicious doctrines. At this point, the gloves come off. Already a lightning rod for the wrath of the Olympian peers, the would-be Prometheus writhes under attacks on his or her honesty, scientific competence, and personal habits. The pigeons of Zeus cover the new ideas with their droppings and conduct rigged experiments to disprove them. In extreme cases, government agencies staffed and advised by the establishment begin legal harrassment, such as the trial and imprisonment that ended the career and life of Wilhelm Reich.

Sometime during or after the battle, it generally becomes obvious that the iconoclast was right. The counterattack then shifts toward historical revision. Establishment members publish papers claiming the new ideas for themselves and omitting all references to the true originator. The heretic’s name is remembered only in connection with a condescending catchphrase, while his or her own research programs, if any remain, are defunded and the staff dispersed. The facts of the case eventually emerge, but only at an immense toll on the innovator’s time and energy. To those who haven’t tried to run a lab, these may seem like harsh words, unbelievable, even paranoid. Nevertheless, these tactics are commonplace, and I’ve had personal experience with each and every one of them.

I got a taste of the real world in my very first foray into research. After World War 2, I continued my education on the GI Bill, but those benefits expired in 1947. I’d just married a fellow student named Lilian, who had caught my eye during our first orientation lecture, and I needed a summer job to help pay expenses and set up housekeeping. I was lucky enough to get work as a lab assistant in the NYU School of Medicine’s surgical research department.I worked with Co Tui, who was evaluating a recently published method for separating individual amino acids from proteins as a step toward concentrating foods for shipment to the starving. Dr. Cok, a tiny man whose black, spiky hair seemed to broadcast enthusiasm, inspired me enormously. He was a brilliant researcher and a good friend. With him I helped develop the assay technique and began to use it to study changes in body proteins after surgery.

I was writing my first scientific paper when I walked to work one morning and found our laboratory on the sidewalk – all our equipment, notes, and materials in a junk pile. I was told neither of us worked there anymore; we were welcome to salvage anything we wanted from the heap.

The head secretary told me what happened. This was during a big fund drive to build the present NYU Medical Center. One of the society surgeons had lined up a million-dollar donation from one of his patients and would see that it got into the fund, if he could choose a new professor of experimental surgery – now. As fast as that, Co Tui and his people were out. I vowed to Lilian: “Whatever i do in medicine, I’m going to stay out of research.”I’m happy that I wasn’t able to keep my promise. The research itself was worth it all. Moreover, I don’t want to give the impression that I and my associates were alone against the world. Just when hope seemed lost, there was always a crucial person, like Carlyle Jacobson or the research director’s secretary to help us out. However, right from my first proposal to measure the current of injury in salamanders, I found that research would mean a constant battle, and not only with administrators.Before I began, I had to solve a technical problems with the electrodes. Even two wires of the same metal had little chemical differences, which gave rise to small electrical currents that could be misinterpreted as coming from the animal.

Also, the slightest pressure on the animal’s skin produced currents. No one understood why, but there they were. I found descriptions in the older literature of silver electrodes with a layer of silver chloride applied to them, which were reported to obviate the false interelectrode currents. I made some, tested them, and then fitted them with a short length of soft cotton wick, which got rid of the pressure artifact. When I wrote up my results, I briefly described the electrodes. Afterward I received a call from a prominent neurophysiologist who wanted to visit the lab. “Very nice,” I thought. “Here’s some recognition already.” He was particularly interested in how the electrodes were made and used. Some months later, dammed if I didn’t find a paper by my visitor in one of the high-class journals, describing this new and excellent electrode he’d devised for measuring direct-current potentials.

A couple of years later, while Charlie Bachman and I were looking for the PN junction diode in bone, I was asked to give a talk on bone electronics at a meeting in New York City. The audience included engineers, physicists, physicians, and biologists. It was hard to talk to such a diverse group. The engineers and physicists knew all about the electronics but nothing about bone, the biologists knew all about the bone but nothing about electronics, and the physicians were only interested in therapeutic applications. At any rate, I reviewed some bone structure for the physicists and some electronics for the biologists, and then went on to describe my experiments with Andy Bassett on bone piezoelectricity.

I probably should have sat down at that point, but I thought it would be nice to talk about our present work. The rectifier concept was tremendously exciting to me, and I thought wwe might get some useful suggestions from the audience, so I described the experiments showing that collagen and apatite were semiconductors, and discussed the implications. After each talk, a short time was set aside for questions and comments, generally polite and dignified. However, as soon as I finished, a well-known orthopedic researcher literally ran up to the audience microphone and blurted out, “I have never heard such a collection of inadequate data and misconceptions. It is an insult to this audience. Dr. Becker has not presented satisfactory evidence for any semiconducting property in bone. The best that can be said is that this material may be a semi-insulator.”

Semiconductors are so named because their properties place them between conductors and insulators, so you could very well call them semi-insulators; the meaning would be the same. My opponent was playing a crude game. Where saying these derogatory things about me, he was actually agreeing with my conclusion, merely using a different term.This man’s antagonism had begun a couple of years before. When Andy Bassett and I had finished our work on the piezoelectric effect in bone, we wrote it up, submitted it to a scientific journal, and got it accepted. Unbeknownst to us, this fellow had been working on the same thing, but hadn’t gotten as far in his experiments as we. Somehow he learned of our work and its impending publication. He called Andy, asking us to delay our report until he was ready to publish his own data. Andy called me to talk it over. What counts in the scientific literature is priority; he was asking us to surrender it. There was no ethical basis for his request, and I would never have thought of asking him to delay had the situation been reversed. I said, “Not on your life.” Our paper was published, and we’d acquired a “friend” for life.

Now there he was at the microphone trying to scuttle my presentation with a little ambiguous double-talk. I thought, “He must be doing the same work as we are again. If he wins this encounter, I’ll have trouble getting my data published, and he’ll have a clear field for his.” Instead of defending the data, I explained that semi-insulator and semiconductor were one and the same. I said I was surprised he didn’t know that, but appreciated his approval of my data! Someone else in the audience stood up in support of my position, and the crisis was past. The lab isn’t the only place a scientist has to stay alert.In 1964, soon after the National Institutes of Health approved the grant for our continuing work on bone, I received the VA’s William S. Middleton Award for outstanding research. That’s a funny story in itself. The award is given by the VA’s Central Office (VACO), whose members had already decided on me, but candidates must be nominated by regional officers, and the local powers were determined I shouldn’t get it. Eventually, VACO had to order them to nominate me.

The award put me on a salary from Washington instead of Syracuse, and due to the pressure from VACO I was soon designated the local chief of research, replacing the man who signed all the papers at once. I was determined to put the reseach house in order, and I instituted a number of reforms, such as public disclosure of the funding allocations, and productivity requirements, no matter how prominent an investigator might be. Many of the reforms have been adopted throughout the VA system. They didn’t make me popular, however. Over the next several years there was continuous pressure from the medical school to allocate VA research funds for people I felt were of little value to the VA program itself; thus the money would have constituted a grant to the school. I knew that if I didn’t deliver I would eventually be removed from my position as chief of research. In that case, I would go back on a local clinical salary and my research program would again be in jeopardy. Therefore, at the beginning of 1972 I applied for the position of medical investigator in the VA research system, a post in which I would be able to devote up to three fourths of my time to research. I was accepted. The job was to begin a few months later; in the meantime I continued as chief of research.

Apparently, my new appointment escaped the notice of my local opponents. I’d accepted several invitations to speak at universities in the South and combined them all into a week’s trip. I left the office a day early to prepare my materials and pack. While I was still home, my secretary called. She was crying, and said she’d just gotten a memo firing me as chief or research and putting me to work as a general-duty medical officer in the admitting office. This not only would have closed our lab, but also would have kept me from practicing orthopedic surgery.

It was a nice maneuver but, fortunately for me, it wasn’t legal. As medical investigator, I could be fired only by Washington, and the local chief of staff soon got a letter from VACO ordering him to reinstate me. Soon I began to get on some “enemies lists” at the natinal level too. In December 1974 I got word that our basic NIH grant (the one on bone) hadn’t been renewed. No reasons were given. This was highly irregular, since applicants normally got the “pink sheets” with at least the primary reviewer’s comments, so they could find out what they’d done wrong. Instead I was told I could write to the executive secretary for a “summary” of the deliberations.

The summary was half a page of double-spaced typing. It said my proposal had been lacking in clarity and direction, and that the experimental procedures hadn’t been spelled out in enough detail. The main problem seemed to be that I was planning to do more than the reviewer thought I could do with the money I was requesting. In addition, my report on the perineural cell research with Bruce Baker was criticized as “data poor.” The statement concluded: “On the other hand, there are some areas which appear to be worthy of support and are reasonably well described, e.g., bone growth studies, regenerative growth, and electrical field effects.”

I was, to say the least, puzzled. The subjects “worthy of support” were precisely the main ones we were working on. It didn’t make any sense until I reflected that this was just after I’d helped write the first Sanguine report and had begun to testify about power line dangers before the New York Public Service Commission. Perhaps the Navy was pressuring the NIH to shut me up.If someone at the federal level was trying to lock me out as early as 1974, he forgot to watch all the entrances, for my proposal of that year on acupuncture was approved. I’d originally tacked this on to the main NIH application, where is was criticized as inappropriate. I merely sent it off to a different study section, which funded it. After a year we had the positive results described in Chapter 13, and I presented them at an NIH acupuncture conference in Bethesda, Maryland. Ours was the only study going at the problem from a strictly scientific point of view, that is, proceeding from a testible hypothesis, as opposed to the empirical approach of actually putting the needles in and trying to decide if they worked. To the NIH’s basic question – is the system of points and lines real? – our program was the only one giving an unequivocal answer: yes.

Nevertheless, when the grant came up for approval in 1976, it, too, was cut off. The stated reasons were that we hadn’t published enough and that the electrical system that we found didn’t have any relation to acupuncture. The first was obviously untrue – we’d published three papers, had two more in press, and had submitted six others – and the second was obvious pettifogging. How could anyone know what was related to acupuncture before the research had been done? I happened to know the chairman of the NIH acupuncture study section, so I wrote him a letter. He said he was surprised, because the group itself had been pleased with our report. By then it was obvious that something was up.As of October 1976 we would have no more NIH support. As the money dwindled, we juggled budgets and shaved expensese to cover out costs, and with the help of Dave Murray, who was now chairman of the orthopedic surgery department at the medical school, we kept the laboratory intact and enormously productive. We actually published more research than when we hadn’t been under fire.Early in that same year, however, my appointment as medical investigator had expired, and I had to reapply. Word came back that my application had been “deferred,” that is, it had been rejected, but I had the option of reapplying immediately. In her accompanying letter, the director of the VA’s Medical Research Service wrote, “While your past record and strong letters of support [the peer reveiws of my application] were considered favorable, the broad research proposal with sketchy detail of technique and methodology was not considered approvable.” Now, the instructions for medical investigator applications clearly stated that I was to spell out past accomplishments and indicate future directions only in broad outline. Instead, the director was applying the criteria for first-time grant applications just entering research. She invited me to resubmit the proposal in the other format. But that would not have helped. Even if the second application was approved, the money would arrive six months after the lab had been closed and we had gone our separate ways.

There was another strange thing about the rejection. By that time all federal granting agencies had to provide the actual reports (with names deleted) of the peers who had done the reviewing. Three out of the four were long, detailed, well-thought-out documents in the standard critique format; they’d been neatly retyped, single spaced, on “reviewers’s report” forms with an elite typewriter. One was absolutely lavish in its praise, saying that the VA was fortunate to have me and that the proposed work would undoubtedly make great contributions to medicine. Another was almost as laudatory.One name had inadvertently been left on one page of the third review. It was the name of a prominent orthopedic researcher with whom I had disagreed for years about commercialization of bone-healing devices. Since our mutual disregard was well known in the orthopedic service, I feel it was indefensible for the director to ask him to review my application in the first place. Perhaps she expected a more damaging critique from him. He did complain that the proposal was insufficiently detailed. However, his appraisal was quite fair and even said my proposed work was of “fundamental importance to the field of growth and healing.” It obviously led up to a recommendation for approval, but the last sentence of that paragraph had been deleted.The last review was half a page of vague objections, typed double-spaced on a pica machine with no semblance of the standard format. There was a revealing mistake (“corrective” tissue instead of connective tissue) that showed the writer had glanced at my proposal for cues but really didn’t know what it was about. Strangest of all was the phrasing of this pseudoreview: “[Becker’s proposal] is broad and sweeping in scope and contains little documentation for technique and methodology. However, in view of his past record and strong letters of support, a decision should be deferred…” The director had used it almost word for word in her letter.

She certainly had no motive for such conduct herself. I’d met her briefly a few years before. In 1966 she’d been appointed chief of research at the Buffalo VA Medical Center and had visited Syracuse to see how I’d organized the program there. Our conversation was pleasant but quite innocuous….

Press Release – For Immediate Release – The pH Miracle for Cancer

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THE pH MIRACLE FOR CANCER

By Robert O. Young, D.Sc., Ph. D. ND, and Shelley Redford Young, LMT

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The latest addition to the successful pH Miracle series is THE pH MIRACLE FOR CANCER: Discover the truth about the cause, prevention, treatments, and reversal of all types of cancer (Panacea Publishing, Inc. January 2015; $24.95).

Subject: Dawn K., Stage IV Metastatic Cancer in Remission

Dawn received news from her oncologist that her Stage IV metastatic cancer is in remission. The primary site was the right breast that affected the lymphatic system and the skeletal system. For the last 12 weeks Dawn followed an integrated cancer protocol including Dr. Young’s pH Miracle for Cancer and once a week treatments of taxol, a powerful antioxidant derived from the bark of the Yew tree. The following are the before and after PET scans validating her cancer reversal. Below you can see the bright yellow and red areas in the spine and the hip indicating the cancerous condition. Now in the follow-up scans those cancerous areas in the lymph and bone are completely gone! Dawn is a shining example of integrated medicine and a beacon of hope and light for all patients who have been diagnosed with metastatic cancer.

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Before Treatment            After Treatment                 Before Treatment                After Treatment

To learn more about how to prevent or reverse, “Cancer deaths are at an all-time high, and most conventional cancer treatments are tragically ineffective. The pH Miracle for Cancer will provide you with a valuable perspective that you will likely not hear about from your doctor.” – Michel Kahaleh, MD, Professor of Clinical Medicine

The pH Miracle for Cancer does not ‘hope’ for your body to go into remission. It takes you well past that stage, into vibrant and strong health. Dr. Young states that, “This book is NOT about remission. It is about restoring your body to a healthy state free from cancer. It is about reversing cancer to a cure!”

Dr. Robert O. Young extends a personal invitation to any researcher in cancer, editor of any magazine, newspaper, or news television program, to visit the pH Miracle Research Center and learn the truth about preventing and reversing cancer.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Robert O. Young, Ph.D., D.Sc., is a nationally renowned microbiologist and nutritionist who speaks to audiences around the world on health and wellness. He is head of the Innerlight Biological Research and Health Foundation, and a member of the American Society of Microbiologists and the American Naturopathic Association. He is a much sought after lecturer, Health Education Speaker and Top Researcher in the “Healing Effects of Alkalinity”

Shelley Redford Young is a licensed massage therapist and a chef, specializing in optimum nutrition. She has contributed to all the gourmet alkaline recipes that are promoted in all of pH Miracle Series Books. She is a full time art professor and marvels at masterpieces of art with her food presentations and “Fun with “CHEF Shelley” Segments.   She has traveled the world and perfected the recipes that help heal your body, your mind and your soul.

They are the authors of: THE pH MIRACLE, THE pH MIRACLE FOR DIABETES and the pH MIRACLE FOR WEIGHT LOSS.

Visit Dr. Robert Young and Shelley Redford Young at: www.phmiracleliving.com, www.phoreveryoung.com, www.phoreveryoung.wordpress.com

Will You ‘Drop Acid’ on Thanksgiving , Christmas and/or New Years?

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The following are Holiday Season lifestyle and dietary symptoms (called diseases by allopathic or conventional medicine) for which I have given new names:

1) “Traveler’s Acidic Consequence” is a result of the sum total consumption and behaviors of a traveler during their more unusual or some what different from normal lifestyle than when they were not traveling. A typical traveler’s day will upset one’s normal metabolism and alkalizing digestive habits. They eat and drink different foods at different times and different volumes than usual, which creates an over-acidic state and a need for more alkaline buffers (bicarbonates like pHour salts) leading to indigestion, nausea, acid reflux, heartburn, belching, flatulence, vomiting, constipation, dehydration and further problems of acidity, depending on the degree of irregularity. “Traveler’s Acidic Consequence” is commonly blamed by allopathic medical science on a particular site on the traveler’s path as if he/she caught something. This current medical ideology is based on Pasteur’s illusionary germ theory and is a scientific myth. The true cause of this condition is the result of the traveler’s acidic lifestyle dietary choices and the lack of alkaline hydration, nutrition and hygiene that can result in this over-acidic condition. All the above symptoms is the body in preservation mode trying its best to restore the alkaline pH of the internal environment of the blood and tissues at 7.365 to 7.4.

2) Holiday Season – “I Ate and Drank Too Much ‘Acid Food’ Dis-Ease” is a result of the sum total consumption and behaviors of a person during the Holiday season eating and drinking everything in site from “swine to wine.” This over indulgence may cause belching and flatulence and eventual heart burn, acid reflux, nausea, constipation and even brain, breast, lung, liver and bowel parasites for which medical science will often prescribe the purple pill. This Holiday Season condition may then lead to the third Holiday Season consequence. . .

3) “Holiday Season Food Drunkedness” is a result of over-eating and over-drinking acidic foods and liquids and then falling into a drunken state on the sofa or bed for several hours or even days to sleep off all the excess acidity. Falling asleep after a heavy acidic Holiday meal is a common occurrence for acidic over-eaters and acidic over-drinkers.

4) “Holiday Season Influenza” (The Flu) is a result of the sum total consumption and behaviors of a person during a so-called Holiday acidic feast. A person will consume acidic foods and drinks that they may not know or know that are not healthy or alkalizing, i.e., more sugar or sugar substitutes than normal, alcohol, meats (especially the tape and fluke worm favorites such as pork, beef, turkey, chicken and fish (especially raw fish) and much of this at greater volumes than normal. This person becomes detrimentally influenced physically and emotionally by Holiday acidic foods and drinks. According to medical savants, “Holiday Season Influenza” is commonly blamed on a particular virus contracted from another person(s) and not from acidic lifestyle and dietary choices of that person. Like the acidic traveler, a person chooses to consume on their own as many acidic foods and drinks during the Holiday Season and as a result are suffering from the consequences of their poor dietary acidic choices — this condition is not from some phantom (does not exist) flu virus! The flu is nothing more than the body increasing body temperature to improve circulation to remove excess acidity through perspiration, respiration, defecation and urination.

Also, please keep in mind it doesn’t take either traveling or Holidays for someone to express the symptoms of “Traveler’s Acidic Consequence,”and/or “I Ate and Drank Too Much ‘Acid Food’ Disease,” and/or “Holiday Season Food Drunkedness,” and/or “Holiday Season Influenza.” All you need to do is consume excessive amounts of acidic meats (especially pork, turkey and chicken), chocolate, ice cream, cake, alcohol or other acidic mind boggling thrillers. Any of these four non-contagious lifestyle and dietary conditions can happen anytime during the year. But,the Holiday Season seems to be the time when most people over-indulge in highly acidic lifestyles and diets!

This coming Holiday Season may you resolve not to succumb to the acidic choices that lead to “Traveler’s Acidic Consequence,” or “I Ate and Drank Too Much ‘Acid Food’ Dis-ease,” “Holiday Season Food Drunkesness” and/or “Holiday Season Influenza.” 

In other words, from the 60’s, “Don’t Drop Acid!”  If you do ‘drop acid’ you will get sick in body, mind and spirit and then try to blame your sickness on someone else or a pHantom virus for your own unconscious acidic lifestyle and dietary choices.

Remember, you do not get sick, you do sick, with what you eat, what you drink and what you think.

The Solution?  Stay alkaline with an alkaline lifstyle and diet as outlined in the pH Miracle books.

In love and healing alkaline light,
Dr. Robert O. Young

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