Sunday, May 13, 2012

The Body’s Nutritional Needs

There are eleven different categories that are necessary for new cell growth and proper functioning of the body’s systems as a whole. They are:
  1. 24 amino acids.
  2. Carbohydrates or glycogen.
  3. Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s).
  4. 16 vitamins.
  5. 80 plus minerals.
  6. Enzymes (catalysts which make everything else work).
  7. Phytonutrients (pro-oxidants instead of antioxidants coming from green plants which have chlorophyll).
  8. Sunshine or photon light (electromagnetic pulse waves which come from the sun).
  9. Glyconutrients (essential glycosugars, glycoproteins and glycolipids needed for cellular communication).
  10. Oxygen.
  11. Water.
Every cell, whether it’s a nerve cell or a muscle cell or a brain cell, is analogous to us as a whole in a microcosm. For instance, we have to breathe oxygen — cells have to breathe oxygen. We communicate — cells communicate in five different languages:
  • Electromagnetic language
  • Neurotransmitter language
  • Hormonal language
  • Electrochemical language
  • Neuro-peptide language which would be a combination of brain to muscle communication.
We have internal organs — our cells have internal organs called organelles or genetic material. We have skin — our cells have a skin like texture called semi-permeable membrane to protect the inside of the cell from damage due to free radicals.

We conceive children — cells actually conceive by splitting and dividing into new cell generations called daughter cells. We produce waste — cells produce and release waste which has to be eliminated from the body through the lymphatic system, the skin, colon and urine. We need photon light from the sun — every cell of the body needs photon light from the sun for cellular communication which creates the electromagnetic energy to light up the cell like a light bulb. We harness the micro-electric current energy coming from the sun through photosynthesis
- cells harness micro-electric voltage inside the cell, in the mitochondria which produces the ATP; the energy factories for every cell. Cells are also manufacturing plants that synthesize hormones, neurotransmitters, proteins, peptides and intelligent life force to run all the body’s functions.

By knowing that the creation of the human body is built on plant-derived substances, not synthetic pharmaceutical compounds, the body is created to recognize organic verses inorganic building materials for cellular health. Anything that’s a synthetic, carbon-chain construct from petrochemicals, including vitamins, without the life force is rejected as a foreign substance. The disease process is triggered by the accumulated toxins that we inject through vaccines, eat, breathe, drink, think, and bathe in on a regular basis. If we take in more contaminants, carcinogens and acids than what the body’s filtration, elimination and immune system can handle on a daily basis, it supersedes a threshold that eventually overwhelms the body and pollutes the blood. Our blood is a river of life.

When it becomes overwhelmed with toxins it becomes a river of disease and death instead.
Most cellular insufficiencies are caused by 12 pillars of toxicities: spiritual toxins (sin), emotional toxins (anger, bitterness, stress, etc.), vaccine toxins, pharmaceutical toxins, environmental toxins, industrial toxins, food toxins, water toxins (found in tap water used for drinking, showering and bathing), beverage toxins (soda, coffee, alcohol), hygiene products, household cleaners, heavy metals (mercury, aluminum, cadmium, lead).

Most cellular toxicities trigger 12 pillars of insufficiencies: insufficient detoxification, insufficient chelation, insufficient hydration, insufficient oxygenation, insufficient pH, insufficient nutritional assimilation, insufficient energy vibration, insufficient circulation (blood & lymph), insufficient cellular communication, insufficient sunlight (photons), insufficient inflammatory response (allergies), and insufficient prayer/spiritual connection.

When you have a caked-up plaque coating of bio-film around the cell membranes, obviously that would cause hydration problems — the water can’t get in. It would cause oxygenation problems, or what’s called hypoxia, which is the medical term for low oxygen and that’s a breeding ground for bacteria, viruses, fungus, and even cancer.

“But, even for cancer, there is only one main cause. Summarized in a few words, the prime cause of cancer is the replacement of the respiration of oxygen in normal body cells by a fermentation of sugar.” – Dr. Otto Warburg

It would also lead to nutritional insufficiencies. If you have a cell membrane that is caked up, coated and solidified, obviously amino acids, essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and even photon light are going to have trouble penetrating the cell membrane to get inside the cell. You need intracellular nutritional elements instead of extra-cellular.

Most people don’t understand that it’s not the quantity that you take in with nutrition it’s the quality and the source. What is the bioavailability? What is actually absorbing intracellular versus floating on the outside called extra-cellular nutrition? Synthetic vitamins and inorganic minerals are not the answer. Most people don’t take in the proper nutrients necessary to get inside the cells where the genetic material lays, especially the inner hub called the nucleus, which is where the subatomic particles are. That’s the power that runs the cellular engines.

So based on the location of the cellular malfunction, there is a correlating symptom or group of symptoms that is intelligently built in by God as a warning signal that medical science calls disease. Every cellular malfunction in the human body, similar to a car, has the dummy lights that correlate to where the malfunction is occurring. Medical science, out of ignorance, is wiping out the cellular cry (symptoms), driving the disease deeper instead of getting to the cellular malfunction because of ignorance in their training in med school.

Source: Dr. CellTox - Gary Tunsky

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