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The underlying diseases of the unconscious consumer, Part 2 (of 3)

The pain relieving expert enlightens again: The underlying diseases of the unconscious consumer, Part 2 (of 3)

We’re getting down to the nitty gritty and I’m stating facts. Shall we?

I am attaching the link to the first part below. I am attaching Part 1 by link again to this text, at the end.

Unbelievable masses of carbohydrates are voluntarily consumed every day. Result: the pancreas has to produce lots of insulin to turn the vast amounts of glucose into tissue and fat. The body then has to produce vast amounts of cholesterol so that all the fat can be stored.

Result: high blood pressure, high cholesterol and dramatic acidosis. The acidification pulls the calcium out of the bones and organs. Why? Because there is too little buffer for the excess acid in the body. Calcium from the bones is the quickest and easiest way to create a blocker.

The result: massive internal inflammation and organ degeneration. After years of this ordeal for the body, even the strongest metal breaks down.In this case it is the body’s own buffer system. A disease, in young years no problem at all, multiplies into an unstoppable drastic disease.Now drugs are added to mask the condition. In other words, they do not remedy it at the source.

The body (severely weakened) is in pain and discomfort. Now chemistry is added to this. Additional waste products are produced that do not occur in nature. And this is supposed to lead to recovery. And that is totally logical.

While in previous decades the ratio of protein to carbohydrates was about 1:1, today it is 1:4 (300% more). Every day.

Small hint: What is the ratio of protein to carbohydrates in factory farming? To fatten, kill and maximise profit as quickly as possible? 1:4! By shifting the ratio of protein (1) to carbohydrates (4), the body is brought out of balance – the organs (liver, kidneys, pancreas etc.) are totally overstrained. Carbohydrate overload is a kind of permanent organ stress – and is often the basis of almost all degenerative and inflammatory diseases in the body. And yes – pain is also part of it. That’s why I talk about it, as a pain expert.

All this is well known. Is there more….? You bet…much more – wait for the third part. By the way, new appointments are possible again. Link to Part1: Until then.

Stay strong. Matti

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