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How do parasites, bacteria, viruses and fungi differ from each other and what do they cause in us? Here is a brief description of what you will find in this Beginner’s section:
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
Tiny creatures such as worms, leeches and other that can live in us. They release their eggs in us. They eat with us using up our nutrients and doing their "business" in us by releasing bacteria and viruses. Read More ...
Small single celled organisms. They replicate. Some are beneficial but others are harmful. They eat refuse from our bodies. They bring us our symptoms such as pain, insomnia, diarrhea, constipation and other. They are released by parasites Read More ...
Microscopic organisms. Viruses have parts of a cell such as DNA and a protein cover but are not a full cell. They do not reproduce on their own. Can only do this by invading a host cell which does all the work for them to replicate. They bring us symptoms but not pain. Viruses are also released by parasites. Read More ...
These are not animals, plants or bacteria, but rather a category of their own because their cell walls are different. They decompose material, then recycle and exchange it. They release one of the most toxic substances on earth. Read More ...
To whet your appetite, here's more on connected subjects:
AZO-DYES - Synthetic colors that are known to be involved in cancer. Read More
SOLVENTS - Compounds that dissolve things especially our cellular oils. Read More ...
HEAVY METALS - Are not meant to be put on or in our body. They can cause some "heavy" problems. Read More ...
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS - A list of environmental pollutants and how to get rid of them. Read More ...
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The immune system is like money, paid out of the bank vault, for every toxic invasion. When the money is gone, the bank (your health) fails - Dr. Hulda Clark
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