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Title: All disease results from the disruption of the flow of intelligence


1
Healthy Brain Healthy Life
  • Einstein didnt talk until he was four
  • didnt form complete sentences until he was nine
  • limited but intense range of interests,
    especially specific intellectual areas
  • difficulty in social relationships, especially
    responding appropriately to others
  • problems communicating, such as difficulty making
    conversation or understanding others

All disease results from the disruption of the
flow of intelligence Deepak Chopra
2
You All Started Life By Winning Day 1
3
  • Brain Facts
  • Weight about 2-3 lbs
  • Burns 30 of bodies calories
  • Burns 25 of the bodies oxygen
  • Is constantly growing new neuronal connections
  • Movement is Vital for Brain function
  • 96 of all brain disorders come from Deficiency
    or Toxicity

Week 4
4
  • Parkinsons Disease caused by Toxicity and/or
    Trauma
  • Toxicities
  • Pesticides
  • MSG
  • Excess Iron
  • Trauma
  • alcohol abuse
  • Neurotoxins (Neuro Nerve Toxins Poison)
  • RX medication
  • Tylenol ( leading cause of liver damage) ,
  • anticonvulsant medications (such as dilantin,
    phenytoin and primidone)
  • metformin (sometimes prescribed to control blood
    sugar in type 2 diabetes)
  • sulfasalazine (used for Crohn's disease and
    ulcerative colitis)
  • triamterene (a diuretic for high blood pressure)
  • methotrexate (used for cancer and other diseases
    ie rheumatoid arthritis)
  • barbiturates (used as sedatives)
  • Deficiencies
  • Decreased Folate
  • Not enough good fats (omega 3s)


5
Normal
Parkinsons Diagnosis
6
The Curve in the neck is called the ARC OF LIFE
this allows the life force to flow from the
brain to the spinal cord to control and
coordinate all of the systems of the body
Parkinsons Diagnosis
Parkinsons Diagnosis
Normal Neck Curve
7
76 YO With Parkinsons Diagnosis for 12 years
Before 90 Days After
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Normal MS
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Folate Deficiency Linked to Parkinson's The
study found that dopamine-producing cells in the
brain were more susceptible to damage and death
when mice consumed a folate-deficient diet. This
study establishes that a diet with low folic acid
levels increases homocysteine levels and the
homocysteine, in turn, renders neurons in the
brain vulnerable to dysfunction and
death. Journal of January Neurochemistry
200280101-110 Good sources of
folate Vegetables Excellent Source! Asparagus
Leafy green vegetablesCraziness (Blood
Thinners) Fruits Oranges Strawberries
Cantaloupes and other melons
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Potentially Inappropriate Medications for the
Elderly Arch Intern Med. 20031632716-2724. Revis
ed Beers Criteria
  • alprazolam (Xanax)
  • indomethacin(Indocin, Indocin SR)
  • amiodarone (Cordarone)
  • isoxsuprine(Vasodilan)
  • amitriptyline (Elavil)
  • amphetamines
  • ketorolac (Toradol)
  • anorexic agents
  • lorazepam (Ativan)
  • barbiturates
  • belladonna alkaloids (Donnatal)
  • meperidine(Demerol)
  • bisacodyl(Dulcolax)
  • meprobamate(Miltown, Equanil)
  • diazepam (Valium)
  • pentazocine(Talwin)
  • dicyclomine(Bentyl)
  • mesoridazine(Serintil)

perphenazine-amitriptyline (Triavil) digoxin
(Lanoxin) piroxicam(Feldene) diphenhydramine(Benad
ryl) promethazine (Phenergan) dipyridamole(Persan
tine) propantheline(Pro-Banthine)
disopyramide(Norpace, Norpace CR) propoxyphene(Da
rvon) and combination products doxazosin(Cardura)
doxepin(Sinequan) quazepam (Doral) ergot
mesyloids (Hydergine) reserpine(Serpalan,
Serpasil) Estrogens ethacrynic acid
(Edecrin) temazepam (Restoril) thioridazine
(Mellaril) ferrous sulfate (iron) ticlopidine(Ticl
id) fluoxetine(Prozac) triazolam(Halcion) fluraz
epam (Dalmane) trimethobenzamide
(Tigan) tripelennamine guanadrel (Hylorel)
 guanethidine (Ismelin)  halazepam
(Paxipam)  hydroxyzine(Vistaril,
Atarax)  hyoscyamine(Levsin, Levsinex)
  • chlordiazepoxide-amitriptyline(Limbitrol)
  • methyldopa-hydrochlorothiazide (Aldoril)
  • chlorpheniramine(Chlor-Trimeton)
  • methyltestosterone (Android, Virilon, Testrad)
  • chlorpropamide (Diabinese)
  • mineral oil
  • chlorzoxazone (Paraflex)
  • cimetidine(Tagamet)
  • naproxen (Naprosyn, Avaprox, Aleve)
  • clidinium-chlordiazepoxide(Librax)
  • Neoloid
  • clonidine(Catapres)
  • nifedipine(Procardia, Adalat)
  • clorazepate(Tranxene)
  • nitrofurantoin(Microdantin)
  • cyclandelate (Cyclospasmol)
  • cyclobenzaprine(Flexeril)
  • orphenadrine (Norflex)
  • cyproheptadine (Periactin)

13
Placebo old definition And the double blind
study
  • Group 1 therapy
  • Group 2 Placebo
  • Group 3 Control
  • Placebo effect a sham medical procedure
  • (an inert substance is given and the patient
    thinks it is real)
  • PROBLEM What is in the Placebo can be
    controlled by the Pharmaceutical Industry

14
Whats in Placebos Who Knows? Analysis of
Randomized, Controlled Trials the Annals of
Internal Medicine 2008
  • Dr. Beatrice Golomb
  • there isnt anything actually known to be
    physiologically inert. On top of that, there are
    no regulations about what goes into placebos, and
    what is in them is often determined by the makers
    of the drug being studied, who have a vested
    interest in the outcome. And there has been no
    expectation that placebos composition be
    disclosed.
  • example type 2 diabetes drug
  • placebo A (composed of Peanut oil, high in B3)
  • placebo B (composed of Corn Oil, low in B3).
  • The results
  • significant improvement compared to placebo A
  • no improvement against placebo B.
  • B3 aggravated diabetes
  • placebo A ,making the drug appear more effective
    than it really is.

15
  • New Names for Dis-ease
  • High Blood Pressure Toxicity and Deficiency
  • Diabetes type 2 Toxicity and Deficiency
  • High Cholesterol Toxicity and Deficiency
  • Heart Disease Chronic toxicity and deficiency
  • Depression Toxicity and Deficiency
  • Cancer Toxicity and Deficiency
  • Kidney Dis. Toxicity and Deficiency
  • Liver Dis. Toxicity and Deficiency
  • Asthma Toxicity and Deficiency

16
If Cardiac Arrhythmia's Chances of a Stroke Are
  • Without coumadin 94 chance of no stroke
  • With coumadin 97 chance of no stroke
  • A 100 difference???
  • Nausea, loss of appetite, or stomach/abdominal
    pain, can cause serious bleeding, unusual
    pain/swelling/discomfort, unusual/easy bruising,
    prolonged bleeding from cuts or gums,
    persistent/frequent nosebleeds, unusually
    heavy/prolonged menstrual flow, pink/dark urine,
    coughing up blood, vomit that is bloody or looks
    like coffee grounds, severe headache,
    dizziness/fainting, unusual or persistent
    tiredness/weakness, bloody/black/tarry stools,
    chest pain, shortness of breath, difficulty
    swallowing. Tell your doctor right away if any of
    these unlikely but serious side effects occur
    persistent nausea/vomiting, severe
    stomach/abdominal pain, yellowing eyes/skin,
    painful/red/purplish patches on the skin (such as
    on the toe, breast, abdomen), change in the
    amount of urine, vision changes, confusion,
    slurred speech, weakness on one side of the body
    rash, itching/swelling (especially of the
    face/tongue/throat), severe dizziness, trouble
    breathing. This is not a complete list of
    possible side effects. If you notice other
    effects not listed above, contact your doctor or
    pharmacist .

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Prophylactic Aspirin not effective or safe
  • People who are diagnosed with heart failure and
    follow a treatment regimen that includes blood
    thinners such as aspirin or coumadin could be
    putting their health into more danger.
  • Based on the results from this study, experts
    said that treatment of heart failure involving a
    multitude of drugs that proved to be ineffective
    should be eliminated as a treatment option.
  • American Heart Journal July 2004148(1)157-64

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  • MS, Parkinson's Symptoms Reversed
  • A study evaluated the data from 44 MS patients
    and 37 PD patients who received treatment over a
    five-year period.
  • Results of Treating Upper Neck Injuries in 81
    Patients
  • 91 percent of MS patients showed improvement
  • 92 percent of PD patients showed improvement
  • When Neck Injuries are Left Untreated
  • Upper neck injuries usually occur as the result
    of accidents in which the individual sustains a
    sudden hit to the head.
  • Symptoms of MS and PD could surface in months,
    years or even decades following the accident.
  • Often, the individual doesn't even realize the
    extent of the injury they sustained.
  • Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research August
    16, 2004

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2008 Alzheimers Facts/Figures Report
  • Americans stricken with the disease was 5.2
    million,
  • 250,000 people under the age 65 early-onset
    Alzheimers.
  • 2050, the report estimates that a full 10 million
    U.S. baby boomers
  • 1 out of 8 12
  • Medicare spends over 160 billion per year on
    Alzheimers patient care
  • Alzheimers is just as much a threat to the
    future of American adults as the rampant rise in
    autism is to our children.
  • Alzheimers is not a normal part of aging
  • Autism is a NOTstage that children commonly go
    through.
  • Alzheimer's A Man Made Disease

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The Alzheimer's Association does have a list of
the ten warning signs
  •       1. Memory loss. Forgetting recently
    learned information       2. Difficulty
    performing familiar tasks.       3. Problems
    with language.       4. Disorientation to time
    and place.       5. Poor or decreased
    judgment       6. Problems with abstract
    thinking.       7. Misplacing things.       8.
    Changes in mood or behavior       9. Changes in
    personality. (extremely confused, suspicious,
    fearful or dependent)       10. Loss of
    initiative. (sitting in front of the TV for
    hours, sleeping more than usual)

21
Many Drugs Can Cause Dementia
Over-the-counter drugs Tagamet, Pepcid, Zantac,
hay fever medications, cold and flu medicines,
sleeping pills and anti-diarrhea
treatments Effects of the Chemical Products
(medications) Symptoms of confusion, memory loss
and disorientation, potential side effects
included glaucoma-like blurred vision, dry mouth,
constipation, urinary problems, dizziness,
likelihood of falling, anxiety, rapid shallow
breathing, and irregular or rapid
heartbeat. Journal of the Royal Society of
Medicine
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magnesium deficiency occurred after one year, but
some were deficient within just three months from
PPI
  • . FDA "Low serum magnesium levels can result in
    serious adverse events including
  • muscle spasm (tetany),
  • irregular heartbeat (arrhythmias)
  • convulsions (seizures)
  • risk of cognitive decline
  • decreased DNA production,
  • type 2 diabetes)
  • increased risk of fractures of the hip, wrist,
    and spine with high doses or long-term use

23
Cholesterol Vital Component of Brain and Brain
Function
In Alzheimers disease (AD), an association with
cholesterol is recognized, although poorly
understood and often overlooked.   A study on
membranes prepared from cortical grey matter of
AD patients showed that the cholesterol was
reduced by 30 This aberrant pattern could be
restored to that found in the membranes from
non-AD controls by cholesterol enrichment of the
AD membranes.  It is of interest, therefore,
that micecholesterol deficient show many of
the neurotransmitter deficits and loss of memory
that are characteristic of AD Correspondingly,
there is evidence that induced depletions of
neuronal cholesterol can affect synaptic
plasticity and neurodegeneration Brain
Research. 843, 87-94 (1999) Neurosci Lett.
199, 1-4 (1995)
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High Blood pressure not a disease
The first principle of the therapy of
hypertension is the knowledge of when to treat
and when not to treat... Harrisons Medical Text
book
  • HTN It is simply an elevated blood pressure
    reading on some measuring device that can have
    many different causes. That helps to explain why
    we have some 100 drugs to treat high blood
    pressure.
  • Paul J. Rosch, M.D.  President, The American
    Institute of Stress  Clinical Professor of
    Medicine and Psychiatry  New York Medical College

25
Human Blood pressure
  • Weight lifting 400/200
  • Carrying packages 250/160
  • Arthrosclerosis dependant on blockage
  • Resting 100/60
  • Diabetes 160/100
  • Heart disease 160 gt / 90 gt

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Higher Blood Pressure had lower death rates
  • Heart failure patients with high systolic blood
    pressures had lower death rates.
  • Mortality rates were more than four times higher
    for those with systolic pressures of less than
    120, in comparison to those who had pressure over
    161.
  • These conclusions were gleaned from research on
    more than 48,000 heart failure patients seen at
    259 U.S. hospitals between March 2003 and
    December 2004.
  • Journal of the American Medical Association
    November 8, 2006 296(18) 2217-2226
  •  

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Respirate
15 min a day deep breathing within 3 weeks lowers
BP
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Ray 12 years of htn meds drug free
Before
After 90 days
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BETA BLOCKERS/ANGIOTENSIN CONVERTING ENZYME
INHIBITORS
  • These 2 classes of heart drugs handicap the heart
    by blocking nerves that control heart muscle.
  • the blood output of the heart is artificially
    reduced, causing less oxygen to reach the bodys
    cells and tissues. The result will be normal
    blood pressure cuff .
  • The body is now being forced to go through life
    with less oxygen than it needs, and organs slowly
    start wearing out. Premature aging.
  • Some standard beta blockers Atenolol
    ,Propranolol ,Practolol ,Carvedilol
  • Some ACE inhibitors Accupril ,Altace ,Captopril
    ,Lotensin
  • In addition to the long term destructive side
    effects of early death from heart disease,
    cancer, and diabetes
  • 1. CDC website Tables 1 and 7 cdc.gov/nchs/fastats
    /deaths.htm
  • 2. JAMA 2002287612-617.
  • 3. Rogers S MD The High Blood Pressure Hoax Sand
    Key 2006.
  • 4. Graveline, D MD Statin Drugs 2006
  • 5. International Medical World Report 1 Sep 2000
    Amsterdam
  • 6. New England Journal of Medicine 30 Mar 00 vol
    342 p 905

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Ask your doctor if this is right for you
"We can't solve problems by using the same kind
of thinking we used when we created them."
Albert Einstein
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MSG linked to Neuron Death and Alzheimers
MSG canned soups, crackers, meats, salad
dressings, frozen dinners, supermarket ,
restaurants, school cafeterias, baby food and
infant formulas
Studies have shown that the body uses glutamate,
an amino acid, as a nerve impulse transmitter in
the brain and that there are glutamate-responsive
tissues in other parts of the body, as well.
Abnormal function of glutamate receptors has
been linked with certain neurological diseases,
such as Alzheimer's disease and Huntington's
chorea. Injections of glutamate in laboratory
animals have resulted in damage to nerve cells in
the brain.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration FDA and
Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) August 31, 1995
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Here is a list of ingredients that ALWAYS contain
MSG         These ingredients OFTEN contain MSG
or create MSG during processing
MSG Hydrolyzed Protein Glutamic
Acid Monopotassium Glutamate Monosodium
Glutamate Textured Protein Yeast
Extract Autolyzed Yeast Yeast Food   Yeast
Nutrient Calcium Caseinate Gelatin Anything
Protein Fortified  Barley Malt lon  Natural Beef
Flavoring Protease  Corn Starch   
Flavors and Flavorings Seasonings  Natural
Flavors and Flavorings  Natural Pork
Flavoring  Natural Chicken Flavoring Soy
Sauce  Soy Protein Isolate  Soy
Protein  Bouillon   Stock  Broth  Citric
Acid  Powdered Milk  Anything Protein
Fortified   Anything Enzyme Modified  
Malt Extract  Malt Flavoring  Barley Malt   Whey
Protein Carrageenan  Maltodextrin  Pectin  Enzymes
 
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  • MERCURY LINKED TO ALZHEIMERS DISEASE!
  • Scientists have shown that trace amounts of
    mercury can cause the type of damage to nerves
    that is characteristic of the damage found in
    Alzheimers disease
  • Humans with mercury/silver amalgam dental
    fillings. found that exposure to mercury caused
    the  formation of neurofibrillar tangles, which
    are one of the two diagnostic markers  for
    Alzheimers disease.
  • Previous research has shown that mercury can
    cause the formation of the other Alzheimers
    disease marker, amyloid plaques. The scientists
    also exposed the test nerves to other elements,
    including aluminum, but found that only mercury
    caused the damage consistent with Alzheimers
    disease.
  • International Academy of Oral Medicine and
    Toxicology (IAOMT).

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  • Alcoholism and its deficiencies can cause
    dimentia
  • Vitamin B12 (and also folate) deficiency zinc
    deficiency copper and other mineral/ heavy metal
    excesses hormonal factors etc.. The neglect of
    B12 deficiency is the most criminal, and, again,
    is due to the ridiculously-low "normal range" for
    this crucial vitamin for brain and nerve
    function. In the US this range is usually about
    200-900 in Japan it is 500-1300 pg/ml! Normal
    range should be 600-2,000 , to be safe and
    cheaply-preventative.
  • Depression and bipolar disorders, 'unexplained'
    fatigue, and even violent behaviors, are
    additional sequelae of B12 deficiency
  • A neurologist sees demyelination of the nerve
    sheaths in the brain on MRI, his first thought is
    M.S. and he may entertain NO thought of B12
    deficiency, which is much more common. And Prof
    EH Reynolds of London has shown that B12
    treatment benefits most cases of MS, most of
    which have low or borderline-low B12 levels.
  • Bell IR, Edman JS, Marby DW, Satlin et al..
    Vitamin-B12 and folate status in acute
    geropsychiatric inpatients Affective and
    cognitive characteristics of a vitamin-'nondeficie
    nt' population. BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY 1990 27, 2
    (Jan. 15) 125-37.
  • Burnet FM. A possible role of zinc in the
    pathology of dementia. THE LANCET 1981 1, 8213
    186-8.

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  • Fluoridated Water
  • aluminum is neuro-toxic and is in abnormally high
    concentrations in the brain of Alzheimers and
    other neurological disease victims,....
  • When floridated water is used in cooking in
    aluminum cookware, it concentrated the aluminum
    by 833 times and increased the fluoride content
    by 100.
  • carbonated beverages and processed foods
    distilled from fluoridated water
  • scientific evidence has revealed that fluoride
    saturations are evident in nearly every food
    available on the market

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5 Flu Shots 10x?
What?
Date Wed, 13 Oct 1999 093747 -0400 According
to Hugh Fudenberg, MD, one of the world's premier
immunogeneticists the chances of getting
Alzheimer's is ten times higher if an individual
has had 5 consecutive flu shots (he studied the
years 1970-1980) than if they had 1,2, or no
shots.  I Dr. Fudenberg has had nearly 850
papers published in peer reviewed journals and he
is the 13th most quoted biologist in the world
today
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human diploid cells (originating from human
aborted fetal tissue) hydrolized gelatin mercury
thimerosol (thimerosal, Merthiolate(r)) monosodium
glutamate (MSG) neomycin neomycin
sulfate phenoxyethanol (antifreeze) potassium
diphosphate potassium monophosphate polymyxin
B polysorbate 20 polysorbate 80 porcine (pig)
pancreatic hydrolysate of casein residual MRC5
proteins sorbitol tri(n)butylphosphate, VERO
cells, a continuous line of monkey kidney cells,
and washed sheep red blood
Contents of a Typical Vaccination
  • aluminum hydroxide
  • aluminum phosphate
  • ammonium sulfate
  • amphotericin B
  • animal tissues pig blood, horse blood, rabbit
    brain,
  • dog kidney, monkey kidney,
  • chick embryo, chicken egg, duck egg
  • calf (bovine) serum
  • betapropiolactone
  • fetal bovine serum
  • formaldehyde
  • formalin
  • gelatin
  • glycerol

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Causes of Alzheimers
  • Vaccinations
  • Rx Medications
  • Amalgam Dental fillings
  • MSG foods
  • Chemical exposure (hair dyes, work chemicals)
  • Alcohol leading to nutritional deficiencies

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Bernando LaPallo turned 109 years old
  • MESA, Ariz..
  • raw fruits, veggies and fish.
  • Meat is a treat only once a year.
  • reads daily,
  • walks a mile and a half as soon as he gets up
  • use on his skin is olive oil.
  • Extra virgin olive oil on his feet and face daily
  • His faith is his foundation
  • his father his role model

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2009 Lu Zijian on the 2nd January became the
oldest person in the world and was 116 years old.
Born 1893
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Julie asthma cured, drug free, vaccinations
stopped Grandma Reflux Cured Grandpa High BP
Cured Brother Vaccinations Stopped Dad Health
Restored Mom Health restored Uncle Headaches
Gone
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Keys to Restore maintain health
Proper nerve supply Get Checked for
Subluxation Regular Exercise Proper
Nutrition Sufficient Rest Prayer and Meditation
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