Natural Healing Through Specific Nutrition


                                     The Immune System

The term immune system is really a misnomer. Every organ and tissue is virtually a part of the immune system. Virus, bacteria and other infectious organs can only live in areas of weak and dying tissue. Therefore, the best defense against infection is to have healthy tissues all over your body. When you have toxic chemicals in an area of the body, when you have a lack of oxygen and nutrients to an area or when you have nerve damage to an area, you can count on eventually having an accompanying infection in that area. Never fails.

The simplicity of it is, if you don’t want to get sick, - stay healthy. It is a very simple idea. The fact is healthy people don’t get sick. Sick people get everything! Technically speaking, the person with the strongest immune system would be the one who had the best nutrition, exercised and stayed in the best environment.

All that aside, the body does have special mechanisms for dealing with infections once infections become present in the body. Many are well known, many others are not. These include special enzyme systems such as those produced by white blood cells and other organs of the body. The thymus and spleen play large roles in mediating these reactions.

There is also an electrical energy component of the immune system that is not very well known. Researchers such as Royal Rife and Dr. Hulda Clark, for instance, have observed that infectious organisms are sensitive to certain electrical or energy frequencies and by exposing the body to these frequencies the pathogenic organisms are killed.

When this is functioning normally, the body is very resistant to infectious organisms of all types. It is an easily observed phenomena that when a body becomes “run down” it becomes sick more easily. Normal, healthy body energy requires a good, well functioning heart and nervous system, rest and exercise.

In summary, there are three broad components to observe when discussing the handling of infections in the body. All three actually have to be present to some degree in order for infections to occur. The first is weak or damaged tissue. The second is an unresponsive or inadequate defense enzyme system (including white blood cells/antibody system) and the third is a body that has weak or unbalanced electrical energy.

Sometimes it is only necessary to correct one of the above in order to make an infection go away. In order to prevent chronic or persistent infections, however, all three should be addressed. With the health and nutritional muscle testing technique that we use at our office, the reason for the weak or damaged tissue can be spotted and handled, the immune system can be supported and strengthened and the body’s energy can be strengthened and normalized so that the body can once again regain a state of health not possible with modern conventional approaches.

If you or someone you know is suffering from chronic infections or resulting symptoms, call (260) 459-6160 (Ft. Wayne) or (773) 929-3964 (Chicago) for an appointment. It is the difference between being weak or strong against infection and disease.



There is a problem with the germ theory of disease. It doesn’t work. This is fortunate for us. If it did, there wouldn’t be anyone alive to believe in it. The germ theory of disease is based on Koch’s postulates. These are a series of scientific steps written by a scientist named Koch to explain and hypothetically verify how people get sick. They go like this: 1) A person is sick with a disease. 2) The germ is isolated from the sick person that is believed to be causing the disease. 3) This germ is then put into a healthy organism. 4) The healthy organism gets sick with the same disease. The problem is scientists can’t ever get this to work. Every time one of these infectious germs is introduced into a healthy organism, the germ dies. Even with a terrible infectious agent such as anthrax, it is estimated that only 1 out of 79 people who contact the organism get sick. We continuously breathe in 14,000 germs and bacteria every hour. In most any room at any time, you can find organisms associated with causing diseases. You simply don’t get sick because you breathe in or contact a germ. 

Germs and bacteria are basically scavengers. The only thing that they live on is dead, weak or damaged tissue. Before a tissue or organ can become infected, the life has to go out of the involved area. Let me present you with a rather graphic analogy. Say you were on an African Savanna and came across a dead elephant. The elephant’s body was set upon by buzzards. Would your next thought be, “Those darn buzzards killed another elephant”? Yet this is the same type of logic we use when dealing with infection. Now there is no doubt that once the buzzards are present, they can cause quite an effect on the elephant’s body and make a mess out of things. Furthermore, if the elephant was not yet dead but extremely weakened, you would definitely want to get rid of the buzzards. The point is, the buzzards are not the true cause of the condition. We need to look at what made the elephant so weak and dying that the buzzards could then feed off of it. So it is with infections.

When dealing with infections, we first need to clear the area of the infections and the associated pus, toxins and debris. However, it is even more important to restore the proper function in the body so that the infected area is no longer weak or damaged. This may involve restoring the normal acid/base and mineral balance of the tissue, restoring oxygen or proper nutrition to the affected area, fixing the nerve or energy flow, thereby restoring communication, removing chemical or internal toxins or a combination of the above. If this is not done, the infection keeps coming back and chronic conditions ensue.

To push the point even further, I wish to point out that scientists using special microscopes have observed and filmed infectious organisms changing from one type to another depending on what environment they are found in. In other words, the exact same virus has been observed to change into bacteria, into different types of bacteria and then to change into yeast depending on the environment around the organisms. The fancy word for this phenomena is called pleomorphism. This certainly is enough to make one step back and take another look at the theory that one germ causes one disease. After much research, one microbiologist of note decided to abandon his earlier beliefs on this germ theory. You may have heard of him. His name was Louis Pasteur.

Cause and Effect Muscle Testing makes it possible to determine what is necessary to handle the immediate form of an infectious organism, neutralize the pus and toxins produced and restore the tissue environment back to normal so that the infection stays away. In other words, CEMT allows you to be healthy. If you or someone you know may be suffering from ill health associated with acute or chronic infection, contact the office at (260) 459-6160 (Ft. Wayne) or (773) 929-3964 (Chicago) for an appointment.



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