Chronic Degenerative Diseases
The term degenerative diseases connotes the breaking down of systems and organs due to the oxidative stresses placed upon them. Another term for this is pleomorphism, which refers to the occurrence of more than one different form in the lifecycle of a plant or animal. Pleo = combining form, morphç = shape and morphic = change or mutation of cells.
Steven Denk, from Biomedx an organisation that trains microscopists in cutting edge blood analysis, refers to the body’s degenerative processes as, ‘rotting and rusting’ from the inside and maintains that just about every disease known to mankind has its roots in the body’s pH imbalance or its digestive metabolic system.
Any imbalance in the body will eventually show up as a symptom of some kind and, in treatment, if the symptom is only masked but the cause not attended to, the negative effects will continue to build into a degenerative diseases.
The extent to which we shift our body’s natural alkaline environment to an acid environment is referred to as autotoxication or self-poisoning. This concept is not new and has been around since the 1930’s. It is thought that the concept of autotoxication was first expressed in a book titled A New Health Era by Dr William Hay. Despite their different labels, Hay maintained that all diseases have the same cause, ‘the introduction of acid forming food in amounts too great for our system to handle’.
In his book Alkalize or Die Dr. Theodore Baroody supports the earlier work of Hay by maintaining that, “The countless names of illnesses do not really matter. What does matter is that they all come from the same root cause...too much tissue acid waste in the body!”
Although the body can tolerate slight changes in its pH, it cannot do so for extended periods of time before things begin to break down to the level of symptoms followed by degenerative diseases.
If you are going to repair or grow something, the work you need to do must be carried out within an environment that will support the growth and repair work that you intend.
Aquarists know that the pH of the water is extremely important. If it is out of balance for too long, it stresses the fish and they die. If the pH of river systems is out of balance due to pollution, acid rain, fertilizer run off or algal blooms, fish and other aquatic life die.
Frogs cannot survive in dams, ponds, streams or marshes if the pH is out of balance. Farmers and horticulturalists understand the importance of pH in their soils, if they are out of balance, plants die, seeds fail to germinate and crops fall short.
Potential problems that can lead to Degenerative Diseases
To a greater or lesser extent, depending on your body’s natural capacity, your body can tolerate a degree of acid attack. However if acid build up is over an extended periods of time, and you are not correctly replacing the borrowed minerals and vitamins through supplementation, (as we shall see later, no matter what the supporters of the ‘expensive urine’ theory say, you simply cannot get all the minerals and vitamins you need through the food you eat) it places excessive stresses on the body’s organs which, in turn, kick off degenerative processes.
However, because degenerative processes happen slowly, conditions can remain undetected for years. Acidosis, or abnormal increases in the blood’s acidity, can cause and manifest many of the modern day problems such as:
- Excessive weight gain.
- Acceleration of free radical damage.
- Circulatory and cardiovascular weakness.
- Kidney, bladder and urinary track problems.
- Immune deficiency and the onset of disease.
- Loss of energy, low vitality and chronic fatigue.
- Slight to excessive weight gain, obesity and diabetes.
- Loss of skin elasticity, wrinkles and premature aging.
- Bladder and kidney conditions, including kidney stones.
- Osteoporosis resulting in brittle bones and hip fractures.
- Weak and brittle bones leading to hip fractures and bone spurs.
- Promotion of pleomorphism, possibly contributing to cancerous mutations.
- Joint pain, aching muscles, lactic acid build-up and arthritic conditions such as gout.
- Cardiovascular damage, including the constriction of blood vessels and the reduction of vital oxygen.
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