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FDA World: 1965-2008
A tiny peek into the mind of the FDA
Can Environment Affect Your Health?
Vaccines: The Whole Truth And Nothing But
What is Your Prescription Medication Doing To You?
Timing Increases Effects of Supplements, Drugs and Surgery
The Brain-Gut Connection
Minerals and Their Function
Check Your Digestion
Who is Angel?
To answer that one must focus on the Root Cause of
all disease and ask,
Causes Illness. Most holistic doctors try to do just that. This
results in various treatments for the same ailment due to the diversity of
If you believe in the "big bang" theory of evolution, then we all come from star
dust... the same dust that formed the planets, suns and galaxies. In fact,
the entire universe came from star dust... which is essentially mineral dust.
So it's no wonder why we have iron floating around in our blood.
There are 12 main tissue salts that the body needs on the cellular level and
simply cannot do without. Just like scientists can peer at a planet from a
distance and tell that the planet is lacking air, oxygen or water, each cell
salt has unique deficiency signs that can be detected through symptoms or
anatomical changes. One obvious example is translucent tips of the teeth,
which indicate a calcium deficiency.
Imagine the human body as a sack of water (we are 70% water) held together by
minerals and powered by electricity. Minerals are the workers that use
biological materials to build the body. For instance, the body needs to be
hydrated to function properly. But without salt, water won't work at the
Just like a pile of stone would just sit there until a mason used them to build
something. Biological material (blood, bone, tissue...) is useless without
minerals to use them as building blocks. Since minerals are inorganic, the
body can’t make them as it can vitamins and enzymes. We must get
minerals from the soil.
Even plants, that normally contain minerals, can only take what the soil has to
offer. Plants cannot manufacture minerals. If the soil is deficient,
the plant and the food derived form it will also be mineral deficient.
With the exploitation of the once mineral-rich soils on our planet, one must
wonder how mineral rich our foods are these days.
There are two other natural approaches that chronic disease sufferers might try.
Metabolic Enzymes and Cell Salts, see
Detect Mineral Deficiencies. But be aware, enzymes need minerals to work
too. Our very existence depends on minerals, without which we would die.
In Summary, anyone wishing to use a holistic approach to a health
condition, including aging, should research three areas:
The Gerson Therapy (A good blueprint for nourishment
Metabolic Enzymes (An explanation of the three
categories of enzymes)
Homeopathic Cell Salts (A brief description of what they
are and how they work)
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