Idea Learn about OUTfection vs. INfection

26 Jan 2013 15:36 - 26 Jan 2013 15:40 #29672 by Sky
Dr. Robert O. Young

The picture below is a electron micrograph of a neutrophil, a white blood cell, gathering up mycelial forms of yeast, like Candida Albicans. The white blood cells are garbage collectors of microforms NOT soldiers of an army going out to war to destroy invading microforms. Germs are born in us and from us. The germs of the air cannot cause any specific disease but can contribute to a state of cellular congestion or internal pollution. All, so-called infections are in reality out-fections of body cells breaking down into microforms as a result of an increase in dietary and/or metabolic acids. Germs are the symptoms of celluar breakdown NOT the cause of cellular breakdown. The key to a healthy body is to maintain the alkaline design of the body fluids. WHY? Because all body cells are only as healthy as the environment they reside in and healthy body cells live in an alkaline environment. Therefore true immunty is protecting the alkaline body cells with an alkaline environment. Which means there is NO NEED for vaccination because all vaccines are highly toxic or acidic and GERMS (including viruses, bacteria, yeast and mold) do NOT cause disease. ACIDS cause disease.

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26 Jan 2013 17:45 - 26 Jan 2013 18:05 #29678 by pam
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Nice theory he has, Sky. I am moving this into alternative therapies, however, because it is in disagreement with Jim Humble's newsletter - -

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