Hepatitis, Virus, and Bacteria









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Have a party. Celebrate your, celebrate your C.  


Did they give you a test recently? 

[Attendee #2] 

I haven't had a test in a year, but last year it keeps getting lower and lower. I've been on the diet for four years now and it keeps getting lower and lower about my liver count, every time I get the test.  


You mean the C is getting lower? 

Not your protein of your liver.  

[Attendee #2] 

It's an elevated count.  

It's getting low. It's not that low, it's getting low. And it's funny, my cholesterol doesn't seem to go low. 


Don't want it to. 

First of all, if you get any of the hepatitis, all the way from A to H, they are all cleansers. They are virus. 

Virus are not alive. Virus are not contagious, your body when it's so toxic that it can't incubate and facilitate bacteria or parasites or fungi to help detoxify certain areas of body. If its the liver, it's hepatitis, the body manufactures a virus. A lot of them are hepatitis virus. The cells manufacture it, it's to cleanse, it's to disassemble. 

If the body's healthy enough, it can use bacteria, fungus, or parasites to go eat up the dead tissue. But if it's too toxic or say you have chemotherapy oryou've had a lot of, asthmatic medication, allergy medication, your liver is very poisoned. There's no way that you're gonna be able to facilitate and have an environment that's clean enough for bacteria, fungus, or parasites. 

So, your body has to make a solvent to go in and chemically disassemble it. Now the difference between bacteria and parasites and fungus helping you detoxify is that they could eat anywhere from 50 to 100 times, their weight in a 24-hour period, and they defecate a small portion of that. Parasites will make a discarding feces or excretion/secretion of only 1% to 1.5% of what they consume. 

That means they can take a mass as big as this room according to their size and reduce it into about a basketball size. That's very little toxicity for us to have to deal with. Bacteria is a little different, they can eat about 50 times their weight and reduces it down to about 5%, so we've got a big beach ball, but still, it's better than this whole room worth of toxicity. 

Fungus is the same thing, it reduces. However, when a fungus is involved, there is about 20% waste thrown off. That's why you get dryness of the skin, you have itching whenever there's a fungus. Remember all yeasts are fungus's, so the women deal with yeast infections, you have a 20% discarding, which causes all the itching and odor. 

When you have a virus, it is not alive. It does not eat and consume. It just goes in there and just breaks it and dissolves it just like you would take muriatic acid and you want to clean the garbage from your pool. It doesn't consume it and reduce the toxicity; it contaminates all the water that it's in. 

So, it spreads it all throughout your entire system, so you have a bucket of contaminated fluid. It's the same thing when the body uses virus, the contamination is spread throughout the body. 

Understand that? So, your hepatitis is a virus. People get very sick from that virus because of all the contamination it's sending out to the body, but it's still the best thing your liver can do is to have the virus to get the liver well. Otherwise, you go into lethargy, chronic fatigue be unable to be functional. 

So, the hepatitis is what you need, but you can tell your liver's getting better because you need less of the hepatitis to break down the liver cells. You have less liver contamination spread in your body. 

[Attendee #3] 

I have prostate cancer. What can I do for that? 


Well, it's mainly cause of vegetable oil. Vegetable oils hardened in the prostate gland, it dries out and it doesn't stretch. It just keeps swelling. 





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