Saturday, August 4, 2018



Many degenerative conditions that we do not under-stand are labeled “autoimmune diseases.” It literally means the body is attacking itself without a good cause—at least a cause that should be clear to us in medicine. And since we have never understood dehydration to be as a disease-producing state of body physiology, we have never come across a simple and natural solution to this category of conditions—at least until now. I studied one of these conditions, which has received the label of “lupus,” and published my findings in the book ABC of Asthma, Allergies and Lupus. I explained why I believe autoimmune diseases should be 
viewed as conditions produced by persistent unintentional dehydration and its metabolic complications. 

In dehydration, and the use of some essential elements as antioxidants to neutralize toxic waste that cannot be excreted because of low urine production, there comes a time when certain vital elements become scarce within the body reserves. 
However, some of the less vital components of the body have these elements in their assimilated forms. These tissues need to give up some of their precious elements for use in other parts of the body. The whole process is based on priorities and the importance of the elements that are scarce. Under these circumstances and in this category of conditions, the body is forced into a cannibalistic state of physiology. Such cannibalism can cause autoimmune diseases, such as lupus. 

The chemical controllers in the body begin to break down certain tissues to compensate for the missing elements the body needs—especially in the brain. The body always puts the brain first. For example, when the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas are fragmented and destroyed, not only will the ensuing diabetes in- 
crease the level of sugar in circulation for the brain to use, but the process will also dehydrate the other tissues of the body and make their water content available for the needs of the brain and the nervous system.

There are some neurological conditions that follow the same logic, such as multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson's disease, and Lou Gehrig's disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). They will be explained in chapter 10, which deals with the brain. AIDS is another condition that I believe finds a better logic as an autoimmune disease, rather than a viral disease, within , disease, the discipline of physiology. 

Dehydration is the cause of pain, disease, decay, and pre-mature death.

Continued secretion of stress hormones.

Vasopressin is a very strong cortisone release factor.

Vasopressin and Interleukin-1 begin and continue the process as long as the body remains dehydrated.

Interleukin-1 → Interleukin-6 →  DIFFERENT PROTEASES,

Interleukin-6 → TNF,


FRAGMENTATION; Auto immune and Slow "Viral" Diseases; TISSUE REPAIR.



NOTE: Interleukin-6 and tumor necrcels factor activate different proteases in some cells and begin to fragment their DNA and cannibalise the body's own tissues, and produce the bioactive fragments of DNA-RNA, called viruses. This process causes many diseases, such as the immune conditions like diabetes, lupus, and some neurological disorders like multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and even AIDS. 
In AIDS, the initial step of the disease process begins with the immune suppression of dehydration.

Figure 7.4: A schematic presentation of the sequence of events in water regulation of the body at times of severe dehydration. 

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