Get the "BAD CALCIUM" out of the body and you'll decrease stiffness which is why we feel inflammation and tiredness, according to the Wolfie-Berry. And DO NOT take calcium supplements,
I could get all scientific about this, as David does, but I can't stand that stuff, so I synopsize it: there are shell-forming, virus-sized, coral-like agents in calcification, known as nanobacteria; avoid this to avoid the aging process that affects so many.
According to the Wolfe-Mobile, here are some of the issues calcies cause: Alzheimer's, stroke, brain cancer, dental plaque, gum disease, breast cnacer, tuberculosis, breast implant calcification, gallstones, Crohn's, colon cancer, kidney stones, ovarian cancer & cysts, cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, heart valve calcification, atherosclerosis (he mis-spelled it, it's arterosclerosis, I believe, in fact, he def should have had me edit the book, he's not a great writer, by any means, very redundant, which I really hate), I'm just sloppin this writing out myself, so i'm just just a hypocrite, like everyone, ha-ha-ha), cellulite, wrinkles, sclerodema, Addison's , osteoarthritis, bone spurs, bursitis, tendonitis, & bone cancer - partial list!
"Coronary calcium is part of the development of atherosclerosis; …it occurs exclusively in atherosclerotic arteries and is absent in the normal vessel wall." Simply put, the presence of calcification in the epicardial coronary arteries indicates that the patient has coronary atherosclerosis.2
This observation is of great significance, because atherosclerotic coronary artery disease is the number 1 cause of death in the Western world.
Nanobacterium sanguineum was proposed in 1998 as an explanation of certain kinds of pathologic calcification (apatite in kidney stones) by Finnish researcher Olavi Kajander and Turkish researcher Neva Ciftcioglu, working at the University of Kuopio in Finland. According to the researchers the particles self-replicated in microbiological culture, and the researchers further reported having identified DNA in these structures by staining.
The February 2008 PLoS Pathogens article focused on the comprehensive characterization of nanobacteria. The authors say that their results rule out the existence of nanobacteria as living entities, instead revealing that they are a unique self-propagating entity and that they are self-propagating mineral-fetuin complexes.
Serum can dissolve Nanobacterial shelters; so what else can? In the kidney stone study, to be abstracted in a latter section, Kajander used HCL to dissolve Nanobacterial shelters recovered from human kidney stones. Decalcification with HCL amplified the binding of anti-Nanobacterial monoclonal antibodies to the ground up stone material (Antibodies, host generated or diagnostic, can’t bind to calcium; they bind only to their target antigen.).
Once Nanobacteria is unroofed from its carbonate apatite shelters, it speeds up its growth rate, now dividing every three days. If you add pure EDTA to a beaker containing calcified Nanobacterial colonies, the shelters will dissolve, and out will come individual Nanobacteria – “pissed off”, dividing rapidly and eager to embark on a new cellular search, destroy, or calcify mission.
One cannot say exactly why patients get better, but they do for the most part. Orthodox medicine does not "believe in" IV EDTA, and some studies of EDTA in stable angina have shown no effect, but with my own eyes I have seen human train wrecks regain their health following a course of treatment (years ago, pre-EECP, several of my patients with refractory angina underwent IV EDTA chelation "behind my back" and got better - this opened up my mind) of my patients . But not all patients respond well to IV EDTA, and some need 60+, not 20 treatments.
The Paleo diet is the ONLY diet. My allergies have all but vanished, my health improved, my energy increased, it even brought my hypoglycemia under control. Oh, and during the first year of eating strictly Paleo, I lost 60 pounds. . . without exercising. No effort, my body shed the pounds and one year later I have kept them off.
ProfDeth 1 month ago