A Facebook Answer. What I would do. What I did

There is nothing…noooothing that can replace what chewing does physiologically.

Let me address this then I can share a few other things with you.

I personally believe that it is the biggest single factor under our control that can change the course of our body health overall.

I am a survivor of cancer and even before I was diagnosed my body started me headed in a healing direction for which I am very grateful. One of the first things I started doing was chewing my food 100X. I literally started liquefying everything like a juicer and then swallowing the worn out flavorless pulp. I wouldn’t try that overnight but you might want to work up to that as quickly as you can comfortably. This practice alone will began a long term change that improved many things in my life. Not only did my oral health improve but my jaw corrected to a better alignment and my sinuses are much healthier too.

It literally fixes a whole load of problems.

I don’t count anymore because I eventually learned to just chew everything until there is no liquid left. How ever long that took. It has been so revolutionary to me that I dedicated a whole site to it…LoL https://chewdigest.com

NO mouth breathing. It was little rough at first but over time my sinuses improved greatly because of these two physical practices that focused on my mouth and nose. My inputs.

My body has a natural cycle; a rhythm. Very much like clockwork. I found that my body performs its best when I do the following religiously.

My body follows a very simple schedule that has nothing to do with me but the day/night cycles. It is immutable as far as I can tell.

  1. 12 Noon to 8 PM: Feed
  2. 8 PM to 4 AM: Assimilate what you ate from 12-8.
  3. 4AM to 12 Noon: Eliminate and cleanse.

    I eat no solid foods outside the feeding window. I’m ready to fall asleep before 9 and laying down with something good to read or write ready to fall asleep. My body takes off during this 8 hour shift. So I go to bed. I usually wake up around midnight and have a glass of water or two then back to bed. But sometimes I’m inspired to write and will for a couple hours. Then I sleep in till 6’ish.
    I almost always wake up religiously at 4 AM. Strangely when our body’s assimilation shift is over. It’s like it hands me back the keys…LoL
    When I first get up I juice 2 limes, 1 lemon and 1 orange and top off in a pint glass with distilled water. That and I ONLY drink distilled water.

I will have a big cup of green tea usually after 9am with some honey and lemon in it.

If I can’t make it till Noon I will have an orange. That usually gets me there.
I eat only fruit from Noon till 6 PM. I eat only one thing at a time but enough to fill me up. 2-3 times till dinner which is a huge leafy green salad with all the other good tomato, cucumber, carrot, etc. and then done by 8.

A few other factors I removed from my diet that made HUGE improvements in circulation and hydration levels were, coffee, dark chocolate and SALT. It’s all the same no matter the color, price or origin…LoL. It’s a rock no matter how wet we make it.

This is basically a high performance lifestyle/diet that optimally observes what my body needs to heal, recover and rebuild at the fastest rate.
I intuited most of this on my own by trial and error over a 3.5 year period. I’ve written about that too…LoL.

It was more than just a dietary change but a tuning if you will of my will with the will of my body.

And it just keeps getting better for me every day. I’m almost 50 and people think I’m in my mid twenties when they meet me. And that is after cancer too.
I can’t tell you what your body want’s, but I know what worked for me. And I don’t think I am anyone special. My body was wrecked and I was scared straight.

What If’s-2019-03-31

What if…Something as simple as Prilosec or Nexium could aid in disrupting the lifecycle of cancer? Imagine that. An over the counter antacid used in an off-label manner leading to countless spontaneous remissions of various types of cancers.

I think I have connected those dots and I’m not the only one. Yay…

Utilization of omeprazole to augment subtherapeutic voriconazole concentrations for treatment of Aspergillus infections.

Mycosis fungoides responding to systemic itraconazole.

Repositioning of proton pump inhibitors in cancer therapy.

ASPERGILLUS TREATMENT: Black Mold-Utilization of omeprazole to augment subtherapeutic voriconazole concentrations for treatment of Aspergillus infections.

What If’s-2019-03-01

Happy March 2019-

What if…Bio-scenario_001-Life begins at conception and ends once decomposition ends.

What if…Cancer is a part of that biological process, a molecular bio-remediation tool used that has remote switching by the hosts immune system but no off switch. These cancers are proteins who’s DNA can be disrupted and modified.

The reason there is no off switch is because there is no need for one. These are the clean up crew that is activated upon chemical signaling caused by host death. Why would a Consumer, designed to do just that need an off switch? These cells that the cancer consume already had that function built in called apoptosis.

On occasion a host is resuscitated after the host death message is sent. The problem now being that the host is alive again but with cancer crew having already been activated.

These cancer cells once activated are set to consume the host and will continue to do so until disrupted and eradicated or until all host tissue has been consumed.

On their own each of these cells, even at post invasion levels can be overcome by the hosts immune system if it is functioning at a minimum of 90% capacity. If host immunity is below 80% full scale colonization can begin.

More to come…

…What triggers initial colonization of what will eventually become identified as a problematic cancer in the future. A tumor?

…Mary, Jesus, spot & blemish?

…3rd Trimester, Goal Posts and immune system autonomy between mother and child.

…how far back can we go with cleansing diets and digestive enzymes on full tilt?

Looking again…At the skin as an atmosphere for our body. The subcutaneous layer of our skin being equivalent to soil on Earth. Where do we make changes to our outermost layer of skin?

What If’s-2018/12/22

What if…Regarding cancer, rather than trying to think outside the box, maybe we should be looking at it and wondering if it was ever a box to begin with.

What if…We have been looking at what we call cancer too closely and have missed the bigger picture. Focused too acutely on individual cells, or too deeply inside of them. That cancer needs to be observed like a forest…From a distance.

open-box

What if…The majority of human disease is simply septic in nature or toxin based in origin?

Is there anyone historically that has attempted to cure cancer, not at the individual level, but at a multi-generational/genetic level? Seeking gains at the multi-generational level.

What if…There were no such thing as genetic lines of disease?

What if…Disease were simply a continual passing down of bad alimentary habits passed from one generation to the next resulting in the same malady in both parent and child?

-Michael J Loomis