Supplements – cleanses – alternative medicine THE FAKE SCIENCE 5

SWAZILAND - JULY 15: Sangoma's hut on 15 July 2000 at Swaziland. Sangoma is the shaman, healer and magicician in Swazi and Zulu culture.

This may be a touchy topic but it has to be addressed and explained because many people are being fooled and same as in the mainstream medicine, the results are interpreted the wrong way.

In the field of the alternative medicine, the supplement market is running wild. The health-food stores are popping up on every corner and the supplement market is more and more resembling the pharmaceutical industry showcases.

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I know many people who have been listening to health gurus like David Wolfe (avocado) and Dr. Joseph Mercola and after initial success, their health stopped to improve and in time ended with dysfunctional bodies.

I am mentioning only two health gurus who became wealthy by spreading false information although the Internet is loaded with such people. Most of them are parrots simply repeating what they are served.

The truthfulness of their science is very obvious. One of them is becoming fat and the other is becoming bold and dry like a twig.

Why do I call the alternative medicine the fake science?

Because it is guided by the same manipulated “truths”.

The alternative medicine is guided by the same scientific beliefs that are supporting the allopathic medicine (modern medicine).

There are some deviations like the acupuncture for example, where the presence of energetic meridians is acknowledged and utilized. This is a step forward but it is not enough since the energetic pathways will become clogged again if the habits that brought the health problem are not changed.

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Holistic medicine acknowledges the spiritual power of healing and the homeopathic medicine recognizes bodies ability to manufacture antidotes and create its own healing but they are all basing their scientific knowledge on the same false and controlled science of the modern medicine.

They all have one thing in common and that is to deal with the symptom and the real culprit or the underlying cause of the disease is never touched.

The result is ongoing deterioration of the body and premature death often associated with discomfort and pain.

In my opinion, any one of the alternatives is better to follow than the modern medicine. You will have a healthier life with less pain at least further into the older age. Why did I specify older and not old age?

Because unless we change our habits and the principal science about the workings of our body, our lives will be short. Do not think that being 120 years of age is a long life. Since our genetic signature points that human life was programmed to last 600 years, 120 years old is just a teenager.

As I had pointed out in many of my articles we had forgotten what to eat and how to eat. Our diet and our lifestyle is to be blamed for our short lives and since we started to exaggerate and we have started to stuff our faces with tremendous quantities of the wrong and toxic stuff that we call our food, we had further shortened our lives and we have created many health issues which we classify as diseases.

Since we have lost the ability to communicate with our cellular structure, we have no idea what is going on in our body until the problem escalates to the point in which our body sends an ultimatum message in the form of the pain. This message means if you do not change what you are doing, you will die. The cellular structure has exhausted all alternatives and no longer can cope with the toxicity.

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Now we go to see our health provider and the focus is on the pain. As soon as the pain is suppressed we are told that we have been cured and everything is ok.

The toxic body changes the cellular environment. This reprograms the genetic expression which results in different cellular behavior. The blood picture changes and here is where we see the different approaches dealing with those changes but not a single one goes down to the core problem of the nutrition.

Some health-conscious people are realizing the importance of the proper diet but then they follow the same wrong and manipulated scientifically approved dietary recommendations.

There are some old beliefs about diet which many people are following. One of the oldest is the Ayurveda diet of India. This diet promotes ingestion of dietary carbohydrates but classifies our bodies into digestive groups. All this is incorrect and I proved this to my friend who is an Ayurveda doctor.

There are only those digestive types that we had created through the food that we eat but there is only one healthy diet for all humankind. I had explained this in my previous articles on nutrition. and in my book “The Resonance of Nutrition”.

Since we are in the time of evolution and great changes are happening all around us and within our bodies, I will start writing a couple of articles that will allow us to accept those changes and empower us to be able to use those extraordinary new abilities in forming our perfect world around us. We will be able to heal ourselves and others in an instant and we will be able to change whatever we do not like about our body. I just hope that there will still be some diversity and that not everyone will look like Barbie and Ken. I can’t stand them.

MILAN, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 18: A model walks the runway during the Moschino show as part of Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2015 on September 18, 2014 in Milan, Italy.

After you learn more about the way our reality operates, you will realize that all of the money you had spend on supplements, vitamins, and aphrodisiacs was a pure waste.

When our scientists tell us that there are essential elements that our body cannot produce and we have to kill to get to them, they are wrong because no one is really healthy so all those scientific findings are based on tampered samples.

Instead of medicating people with drugs, the alternative health gurus are medicating people with additives, supplements, and vitamins. All those things our robot (body) can produce by itself but only when we know how the robot works and how to use it correctly.

Many health enthusiasts become surprised as they let go of their supplements and vitamins during the Self Healers Protocol and their bodies start to work better than ever. Even Viagra becomes obsolete.

Some people undergo unpleasant liver, colon and kidney cleanse. They go through this annoying process sometimes several times a year thinking that they are healing their bodies. Well, this is what they have been told. Yes, they can see the difference. They witness what comes out of their bodies and they feel lighter and better (sometimes) but if this is a healing protocol why do they have to repeat it so often?

The reason is the fact that those cleanses are exactly what they say they are, cleanses. They clean the passages through the increased flow of fluid but they do not heal anything, and they do not do one thing that they all claim happens when they are implemented, and that is a deep cellular cleansing.

All those specific cleanses are based on medicinal action (medicinal = toxic). They actually stop the cellular hydration and this means that not only do they not perform the cellular cleansing, they further pollute the cells of your body.

I do not mean to discourage you from doing those procedures but at least you understand what is exactly happening when you do them.

Since the Self Healers Protocol does flush the organs but performs the cellular hydration and cleansing as well, there is no benefit of any kind of doing any other separate cleanse.

I am mentioning this because I was asked about this individual cleanses from my clients on several occasions.

Again, for those who find themselves surprised why I refer to the people I help as clients and not patients, the chronic diseases do not exist, they are just reaction of our bodies to the toxicity. The names differentiate them and put them in different boxes when in fact they all have the same origin and cause.

Love and light to us all.

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Friday links: history of the Fields Medal, optimizing grad student recruitment weekends, Frodo vs. your PhD, and more

Hard as it may be to believe given how viral Mark Vellend’s guest post went on Monday, other people did write other stuff on the intertubes this week. 🙂 Read on to learn about student evaluations of teaching vs. student learning, the recent ASN meeting in Asilomar, how your choice of PhD program affects your prospects of a faculty position (in some fields), and more.

From Jeremy:

I’m a bit late to this, but here are Jeremy Yoder’s notes from the recent ASN meeting in Asilomar. It continues to kill me that I can’t go to this meeting (it’s always the first week of classes here in Calgary). Interesting tidbit I learned from new Am Nat EiC Dan Bolnick’s talk: ecology replaced genetics as a topic in Am Nat papers in the 1950s-60s, and genetics hasn’t bounced back in Am Nat even as genomics has taken off. Jeremy remarks that the rarity of genomic datasets in Am Nat actually means Am Nat is on the leading edge rather than stuck in the past. The novelty of genomic data as data is going to wear off soon, and it’s just going to become another tool for asking good questions–which is what it is already in Am Nat papers. I agree with this. I’m now in my third year of service on the ASN Jasper Loftus-Hills Young Investigator Awards committee, and one thing I’ve been struck by is the high proportion of applicants who use genomics as a tool to answer great questions; the genomic data are a means to an end, not an end in themselves.

The history of the Fields Medal. Very interesting. Gets you thinking about the broader question of what awards are for, and what should they be for.

Statistician Stephen Senn pushes back against the recent Deaton & Cartwright paper critiquing randomized controlled experiments as an approach in the social sciences. See also the comments, where Andrew Gelman argues that Senn is pushing back against the less important bits of Deaton & Cartwright’s paper.

What makes for a good grad student recruitment weekend? When you figure it out, tell me, because I have no clue. We don’t have a recruitment weekend here at Calgary. And back when I was looking at grad schools in the US, I never went to a recruitment weekend; prospective supervisors brought me out for one-on-one visits. For many years I naively thought that’s how it was everywhere, for everybody. I only learned a few years ago that my experience wasn’t typical.

Nine out of 12 members of the National Park System Advisory Board, a federally-mandated board, resigned this week. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke refused to meet with them or convene any meetings last year. By law, the Advisory Board is supposed to meet twice/year. Many other Interior Dept. advisory boards are unable to work because the department has yet to approve their updated charters, as legally required. (ht @dandrezner)

A new, high-powered meta-analysis of studies of student evaluations of teaching in multisection courses with different instructors in different sections finds no correlation between student evaluations of teaching and student learning. Previous meta-analyses finding moderate correlations were driven by small-sample studies and publication bias.

Quantifying where graduate sociology programs hire their faculty from. tl;dr: if you don’t have a PhD from a top-ranked sociology program, you’re not getting hired by a top-ranked sociology program. I know economics is the same, though I don’t have a link to the data. There are actually some good reasons for this (which aren’t mutually exclusive with bad reasons, of course); see this old post and comment thread. If you collected the same data for ecology and evolution in North America I’m pretty sure you’d find it’s also hierarchical but much less so (it’d be interesting to check, but also a lot of work). That’s in part because EEB hiring committees typically have lots of information about the applicants. The applicants typically are postdocs with more extensive track records of research and teaching experience than applicants for social science faculty positions usually have. The EEB faculty job market in N. America also is less hierarchical than the social science faculty job market because EEB PhD programs typically don’t involve that much coursework. So knowing which university someone got their EEB PhD from doesn’t tell you much about their training.

Forget about trying to change the minds of anti-vax parents. Just legally oblige them to vaccinate their kids if they want to send them to public schools. It turns out that very few parents are so strongly anti-vax that they’re willing to homeschool their children to avoid having to vaccinate them.

Here is the American Economics Association’s draft code of conduct for its members and an associated interim report. The background to this is that economics, a quite male-dominated field, is currently having a field-wide conversation about diversity, equity, and professional conduct. The conversation was kicked off in large part by a Harvard undergrad’s research quantifying the prevalence of sexism (and worse) on a popular anonymous economics forum. (ht @noahpinion)

Mostly just for my own and my Calgary colleagues’ reference: some discussion of the current state of play in post-secondary education policy in Alberta. And some discussion of the Canadian House of Commons Finance Committee’s recent report as it relates to science funding and post-secondary education. Argues that MPs aren’t convinced by the Naylor Report.

Your own learning ought to accelerate over time. Interesting, inspiring, cogent. (ht @noahpinion)

And finally, how doing a PhD is just like Lord of the Rings. Hopefully minus the Tom Bombadil bit. (ht @dandrezner) 🙂