Toxic World P2
So, yes, the point I want to make here is that hysterectomy is the number two surgery in America, but the number one surgeries in America are what? Gallbladder surgery. What does the gallbladder function do? It emulsified your fats. It takes your fats, uses bile, turns them into your carbs or energy metabolism from fats to glucose or energy. It’s that simple.
Well, most people’s gallbladders, the fats are what hold most of the toxins and poisons. So, people end up with stones. They’re ending up with bile duct cancer. They’re ending up with inflammation of the gallbladder. They’re ending up with necrotic gallbladder where the gallbladder’s actually just dying. It’s black. They have to take it out. So, that gives you some information on why you think they want us to eat the food pyramid. They don’t want you to eat any fat. They’re saying, through the food pyramid, the world’s that toxic.
That’s probably the best even though it’s not the best, unless you’re educated and you pick the right things. For the general public, that’s the best with what kind of world we’re in, but when you get educated you understand that grains, fat, animals, buffalo, bison. There’s different foods you can pick and different ways to raise the foods.
So, now, you always have to ask. I always ask myself, whenever I start wheezing, whenever I start getting rash, whenever I have any type of discomfort, and I’m going to go through the symptoms, but what are you breathing, touching or eating? It’s that simple. That’s 98% of the problems. I’m talking for cancer, but there’s progressions where you get to cancer. So, what you’re breathing, what you’re touching, and what you’re eating is why those cancer statistics are so high and why MS, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s disease, heart disease.
Heart disease is not the number one death in America. It’s not number. Medical doctors and drugs are number one. It is. That’s the truth. Gary Knoll of Nutritional Institute of America announced that medical errors are number one at 783,936 per year, thus displacing heart disease and cancer. Why do you think that is? Well, it’s because we’re using chemicals in the body.
This was a neat thing I pulled off the internet. This calf has three eyes and two mouths, a 57 pound calf, and it’s just perfectly healthy. Take a look at this. It’s a true story, but I think this has a lot to do with our genes. Thank god our genes have accelerated mutation because if it was slow, they’d be exposed to even more of this stuff. So, this was just the wrong time, the wrong place. I think that has to do with the farming industry and all the chemicals and all the things they’ve been putting on our foods.
Now, everyone has chemical sensitivities. It’s just that simple, but certain people have different thresholds to certain sensitivities, like me. I can smell smoke, and I can smell that bag. I could smell things. Now, most people have this look chemical sensitivity. Most of them have the shiners around the eyes. Most of them have dark circles around the eyes. The lymphatic system’s backed up. There are other reasons for this, but most of the time, shiners on the eyes. Puffy bags under the eyes or wrinkles, a spacey or demonic look, just like staring at you. Bright red cheeks, nose tips, or earlobes. I don’t know if anybody’s ever had that, but as a kid, when you carried those low-grade infections or have chemical sensitivities, your ears will get really hot. Your nose will get really hot. Your cheeks will get really hot. Nose rubbing. You’re always rubbing your nose, your sensitive to something right now. Throat clearing or coughing, lip licking, a puffy look to face, hands, and knuckles, and restless legs.
I have a funny story. When we’re sitting in Church, I got that thing going because I have the restless leg syndrome. I’m always going. I’ve been on antibiotics and chemicals, but man, my wife’s like, “Can you stop your legs from shaking?” I have the whole bench going. I did it in college, and once I get my brain going, that leg starts going.
Those are the looks of chemical sensitivities and allergies. Now, these are symptoms of chemical sensitivities and allergies. You have a headache. You have inordinate fatigue. You just feel tired, or a lot of times, it’s that sick building syndrome where you’re at work and you feel so tired. Most of the schools these days have molds and mildews and all types of things up in the ventilation system. Kids have reaction at school all the time.
Hyperactivity is huge for chemicals. The research is outstand, how many kids are on Ritalin® and other accelerants to slow down their brain so they could focus and concentrate, but hyperactivity is probably the number one cause of chemical sensitivity. Fuzzy, thinking, confusion, difficult concentrating, and thinking clearly and remembering. Metallic taste in the mouth. Sudden unexplained intermittent problems walking, reading, writing, or drawing.
What does that sound like? That sounds like MS to me. People have that because certain people, when you’re exposed to them, but sometimes, it could be as simple as the formaldehyde coming off from the carpet or a varnish from new wooden floors. Anything could cause that type of difficulty, but the biggest cause, they think, are chemicals and molds. Molds, chemicals, and mildew are probably the biggest cause of chemical sensitivities.
Why do they affect us so much? Once they get into our system, they go right toward the gut. The gut’s probably responsible for about 65-70% of your immune system. So, if your gut isn’t right because of medications or because of what you eat or because of high carbohydrate diets or for different reasons, you’re going to have more of these symptoms. Your immune system is going to be dysfunctional. So, 70% of your immune system is in your control. Unexplained problems walking, reading, writing. Unexplained puffiness of face, fingers, or joints. Asthma. Unexplained shortness of breath.
Now, you have digestive discomfort, heartburn, bloating, intestinal gas, itchy rashes like hives or eczema. Insomnia, easy bruising or black and blue marks on the skin. Irregular heart beat, rise in blood pressure. Runny nose, nasal congesting. Recurrent ear, sinus, and lung infections. Now, here’s the wiggly legs or the tics. Those are the hyperactive kids. The tremors, the twitches, and even the seizures. A heightened sense of tastes, smell, and hearing. Crawling under the skin. Dark circles, glassy, spaced out look to the eyes.
Now, one thing I wanted to go through was aluminum. Aluminum, which I did a hair analysis myself and came up a little high for my aluminum levels. That’s probably why when I walk out of the mall after shopping, I’m like, “Where the heck is my car?” I walk out of the mall. Thank god, they have those things in the air that make the car go off because I wouldn’t know where I’m at.
Here’s a little statement on aluminum that a medical anthropologist, epidemiologist, Michael Weiner, who has a book out Reducing the Risk of Alzheimer’s, has shown that “even mildly elevated levels of aluminum can influence memory disturbances in adults as well as hyperactivity and learning disorders in children.” Then, they found also, Professor Boegman, that “when aluminum is deposited in the gray matter of the brain, it will inhibit nerve transport, increase the breakdown of various neurotransmitters, and stimulate the production of harmful proteins.”
Now, aluminum poisoning. This was in 1906 to 1912 with Harvey Wiley. He was the director of the United States Food and Drug Administration. He said that “fromt the earliest day of food regulations, the use of alum or aluminum sulphate in foods has been condemned. It is universally acknowledged as a poison and a deleterious substance in all countries.” Today, 64 years after Wiley published those words, aluminum is still used in water purification and for other sensitive consumer applications. What do you think those are? Deodorants.
Aluminum is obviously associated with Alzheimer’s disease and senile dementia. I call it sometimers because sometimes you forget where the keys are. Sometimes, you forget your own phone number or your own kid’s name. I had my neighbor forget his kid’s name, but those reactions.
Now, cadmium is very interesting because it is used in a lot of hard candies. It makes candies hard. They use it for gloves to make it harder for different types of gloving apparatuses. They take rubber gloves and they add cadmium. You can make welder’s glove. There’s many things you can do, but cadmium makes things stiffer, basically.
So, you always want to check for low zinc-to-cadmium levels. Acid dinks contained in galvanized containers. Your phosphate fertilizers will contain cadmium, gluten flour, some cola drinks, tap water, athmospheric pollution (gas, coal, and coal), your margarine. Canned fruits and vegetable. Here’s your tobacco smoke, cigarette paper, and grinding amalgams. Cadmium causes hypertension, renal dysfunction, atherosclerosis, prostate hypertrophy. Hypertension is probably the main one because cadmium stiffens the inner lining of the muscles of your arteries.
I picked this out because of the relationship that zinc and cadmium have on certain males that they’ve studied. They’ve shown that chemical imbalance that have higher cadmium-to-zinc levels. “Scientists believe such minerals influence behavior because the body uses them to make chemical transmitters in the brain.” So, they figure zinc is one of the main neurotransmitters to relax the brain and the nervous system. So, anything that’s going to displace that or disrupt that or cause a deficiency of that is going to change your behavior, change your focus, change your concentration. It says, “We think that it is a direct result of exposure to heavy metal toxins such as cadmium and lead, which prevent the absorption of zinc. The people we studied had poor diet with excessive amounts of sugar and alcohol, which is also known to reduce zinc absorption.”
Then, Stephen Schoenthaler, a leading authority of California Institute. It’s funny when the research comes out, how they state things because it says that he’s a leading authority but the comments he says, the person that wrote this article, the comments that he says, h is more right than wrong. That’s vague. You would say, “Right. Absolutely,” but that came out in 1997 in the London Times. They think that with zinc that copper and zinc tend to concentrate in the center of the brain called the hippocampus, which is known to associate with stress control.
Lead toxicity. Most of the lead is found in lead foundries, enamels, ceramic, newspaper, catalogs, lead pencil, crayons, lead pipes. I have this book at home. It’s a 1914 Physician’s Home Medical Book. I think it was by Stewart, they said in that book that in the old days around 1914, they used to make a solution of sulfuric acid and lemonade. They would give it to all the people that worked in the factories, and it reduced the symptoms by 83%. They couldn’t believe it. It was in 1914. Then, they had a study done that Kerry Boone talked about in Jonathan Wright’s newsletter, and it talks about how Petroff did a study on solder. He found the exact same thing with just garlic. So, keeping your garlic levels, or sulfuric acid is a compound of garlic. So, maintaining your garlic over a certain dosage over time when your exposed to certain things assures that you won’t pick that up or you won’t have the symptoms and have a problem, which is interesting.