Why we get sick?

We get sick when our body becomes too acidic, which means that the PH factor falls in body fluids; blood and lymphatic system, muscles, organs and skin.

The PH factor represents the concentration of hydrogen in body fluids, juices, excrement and that the data on the acid-base condition of blood, urine, saliva, gastric juice, mud …

Any inflammation that occurs at a particular site in the body or on the skin implies that the pH factor has changed at that point, which indicates that certain acids from the waste products are collected at this point.

The more exposed are: skin, intestines and lungs, as they are often deposited in waste poisons: poisonous organic lungs. Therefore, it is very important that we know why excessive stomach acid accumulates an unknown cause. It is known that meat without salt decomposes more quickly than salted meat. We also get sick if the level of sodium in the muscles, organs, skin and finally in the blood is too low, resulting in an excessive increase in the level of all organic acids, including urine. These acids originate from primary organic acids and overheat blood vessels, organs, skin and blood. The created temperatures and their falls create our emotional world, expressed with joy, anger, fear, sadness, joy … The duration of a certain emotion depends on the speed of movement of heat and cold in the body. The function of the organs and glands and their production depends on the amount of cold and heat in a particular organ depending on the duration of the work. Taking into account that the flow of both energies, warm and cold, permanent, conditioned by diet, work and life, we can affirm that the sum of all the emotions in a given period is reflected as our MUTUALITY. Our mentality is a reflection of our psychophysical health, it is the reproduction of the functioning of human organs. The productions are hormones.

When the body temperature exceeds a certain tolerance, the next body that is functionally linked to the first begins to overheat, and the chain slowly overheats the whole body, the kidneys work accelerated, the lungs overheat and the body opens all the cooling mechanisms on the skin. Therefore, the body connects with the heavens, the return energy is formed, which is the yang, which is the product of the pre-eminent jin, which prevents our recovery. When the skin system is completely opened, our mental equilibrium collapses completely, the balance of the functioning of all internal organs breaks down and begins to cool in layers. The loss of energy (body heat) requires tightening the scar tissue first on the skin, immediately afterwards in the liver. Due to the loss of liver energy, they can no longer perform their functions satisfactorily: detoxification. The levels of all acids begin to increase. Due to poor liver function, the production of blood that cleans bile is also getting worse, and a poor digestion of fat, which gives the body power and heat. As a result of the lack of heat in the body, all the vascular and foot actions of all the organs are reduced. Eat fat deposits are deposited as cellulite, high cholesterol or high triglycerides, but if it is very serious, we can begin to lose weight and become seriously ill. Meeting cellulite, high cholesterol and triglycerides are a reflection of poor liver function, with extremely thin people who lose weight despite adequate nutrition can certainly say that digestion and metabolism in the body is very bad. The loss of salt and other minerals in all body structures reflects excessive kidney function before the body is a clone, as they are trying to increase performance, even for several years, to cool the superheated individual body parts.

With increased renal function, fluid loss increases through the lungs and skin: increased sweating and more frequent urination and, therefore, excessive salt excretion, which we can’t never replaced with normal food.

 

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