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Thursday, October 29, 2009



Most of these are new information that have NEVER been PUBLISHED by anybody, anywhere, and at anytime.UNTIL THIS DAY, NO ONE ELSE ON EARTH SEEMS TO KNOW WHY THESE PROBLEMS OCCUR.

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Misinterpretation-15: Some people develop intolerance for lactose. Such persons should not take milk, or even coffee or tea with milk. They should refrain it altogether.

Evaluation: INCORRECT:

In the process of conducting the Group Therapy programmes, I have come across people who love to take coffee or tea with milk, but say that they are scared to take simply because their body has developed lactose intolerance.

These people complain that milk intake gives them gastritis, rapid heartbeat (palpitation) and short breadth

I allow them to keep away from such milk-added drinks during the first week. However, I offer them the same after that, assuring them that they are no more lactose-intolerant. From then on, they start enjoying such beverages without any adverse reaction.

Let us evaluate the cause that makes them lactose-intolerant:

In the first place, only the over-weight or obese people develop this kind of lactose intolerance.

This, in reality, is not intolerance for milk as such.

The obese people are bound to have accumulated abundant calcium within their body due to under-urination.

The milk contains abundant calcium in it. Therefore, any intake of milk will mean that extra calcium, over and above the body’s tolerance limit, is entering into the body.

The brain puts up an agitation against such calcium addition, and it gets translated in the form of gastritis, palpitation, short-breadth, loss of appetite, and a few more symptoms.

The so-called lactose-intolerance is in fact, intolerance of calcium, rather than for milk itself.

In our Group Therapy, in the process of detoxifying a person’s physique, we leach out all the excess calcium from most of the soft tissues.

Once such a removal is achieved, the person who had suffered from such intolerances will not suffer any more. The person can start enjoying any beverage that has milk in it, without any fear of distress.

However, it is important to remember not to overload body with calcium.)

Misinterpretation-16: Calcium is good for your bones and teeth: take plenty of it.

Evaluation: No, this is not true!

This an overrated untruth, parading as truth.

No doubt it is calcium that enters into the makeup of bones, teeth, nails, and several other structures in the human body. However, it does not mean that our body requires enormous quantities of the same for its well-being.

When it comes to good health-keeping, the rule to remember is that “anything in excess is harmful, dangerous, and can even be fatal”.

Too much of calcium will give only ill-health to all humans. Tumours and cancers and many fatal diseases are the result of excessive calcium accumulation within the body.

The dangers and adverse effects of excessive calcium, are discussed in greater detail in my books on Obesity, Heart Problems, and also in the earlier pages of this book.

Calcium that is naturally present in the foods we eat is good enough for the maintenance of good bones and teeth. So, extra supplementation is not at all a necessity. .

Misinterpretation-17: Take more calcium to prevent osteoporosis after menopause

Evaluation: GROSS MISTAKE!

Women who have menopaused become victims of this erroneous information. Let us see how and why:

Many women tend to lose, at a rapid rate, large quantities of calcium from their bones after they have stopped menstruating.

Such a loss forms numerous pores in the bones, resulting in the development of osteoporosis. As a result, even a small knock or a fall tends to break the bones, making one’s life miserable.

Since osteoporosis is the result of colossal loss of calcium, doctors prescribe massive doses of calcium supplements to menopaused women.

When bones progressively deteriorate, the patients are guided to take more and more of calcium. In addition to calcium tablets, they are advised to drink lots of calcium enriched milk, oatmeal, anchovies (ikan bilis) and several such calcium-rich foods.

I had observed one 65 years old woman living in Ipoh Road, Kuala Lumpur, experiencing indescribable pain because of osteoporosis. She also developed a hunch-back. She was mourning in pain for 24 hours, non-stop.

When I added up all the major sources of calcium she was given, it came to about 18,000 mg a day.

The daily requirement of calcium for an adult is recognised to be about 450 mg. The same for growing up children is twofold.

The above being the case, how can an aged woman’s body tolerate such massive dose of 18,000 mg of calcium?

I have the answer for it. The following analogy will explain the true situation:

I request you to hold a brick weighing 1 kg over your palms. You will do it with ease.

If I add four more bricks, you can still hold them. If another five are added to increase the weight to 10 kg, you could still hold them, but with great difficulty. Let us assume that is your maximum holding capacity.

What would happen if I added one more brick?

You would drop from your palms the entire lot of 11 kg, rather than dropping away just the excess 1 kg.

Human body tends to behave this way when it is overloaded with calcium, or any other substance.

In reality, menopaused woman accumulates plenty of calcium within her body. When it becomes too much to tolerate, the brain removes it (drastically) by secreting acids (e.g., lactic acid), and that results in osteoporosis.

So, a menopaused woman should try to reduce the intake of calcium-rich foods and drinks, and also try to eliminate as much as possible the calcium that has accumulated as a result of cessation of menstrual discharges. She would then be safe without any problem, including osteoporosis.

Misinterpretation-18: Reduced calcium intake can give toothache. Therefore, take more of it, and also use toothpastes that contain high calcium.

Evaluation: WRONG MESSAGE.

Under normal circumstances, people do not suffer from calcium deficiency. This is so because, practically all the foods we eat contain calcium.

Some foods contain plenty of it, and some others contain lesser quantities.

However, if calcium intake happens to be inadequate during the growth period of a child, the teeth may not form well. That is all to it.

So, reduced calcium will not give any toothache. However, if the enamel that covers the tooth gets removed because of chewing sour fruits (being acidic), the teeth will become highly sensitive, and that can give a great deal of discomfort while chewing food subsequently.

Toothache should be due to its decay or receding gum. Over-brushing of teeth using a brush that may contain hard bristles can result in gum receding.

Food particles left at the interspaces between teeth tend to become good food for bacteria.

The bacterial invasion gives rise to tooth decay. This will not happen if the mouth is rinsed well with water after eating food.

One should gargle the mouth as a habit, and this should be done even if one eats a tiny bit of food, especially sticky items such as chocolates, biscuits and sweets.

Children should be trained to gargle their mouth after every meal, so that they will continue to do that in their adulthood.

Among people living in cold countries, mouth gargling does not exist as a normal practice.

This is related to their living environment. In Winter, even stored water becomes ice-cold, and that makes gargling or even washing the face in the mornings almost impossible.

This tends to promote tooth decay. At the same time, in cold climate, the bacteria do not act vigorously as it does under tropical conditions*. Therefore, the tooth decay slows down.

(*This is why the food in refrigerators does not get spoiled. It is difficult for bacteria to survive under intensely cold temperatures. Their growth retards under chill conditions. Warmth promotes bacterial action.)

Thus, the two opposing factors tend to make tooth decay somewhat similar to what happens in the tropical countries.

No one should attempt overloading the body with excessive calcium through any of the sources such as taking calcium supplements or enriching the drinking water with calcium.

These, in the long run, would give the person any one of the stone diseases such as kidney stone or prostate enlargement, blood vessel thickening and heart diseases, lumps, tumour and/or cancer.

Use of calcium-enriched toothpaste should also be considered redundant. Most of the toothpastes tend to contain substantial quantities of calcium in them.

Irrespective of the amount of calcium present in the toothpastes, it would be better to brush the teeth only for a few seconds.

Further, proper brushing of the teeth requires the use of only a tiny bit of the toothpaste. It should be enough to use less than just half a centimetre of toothpaste on a wet brush. (You cannot brush the teeth properly if you use more paste).

Scraping the tongue after brushing using a tongue cleaner and thorough rinsing of the mouth after brushing would help in the upkeep of oral hygiene.

REFERENES AND SOURCES will be given at a later date. Those wanting to refer at an early date are requested to refer to the book "The True Causes of All Diseases"

DISCALAIMER: Western medical researchers and Registered Medical Practitioner have different opinions on all matters presented in my Blog. You are requested to follow the instructions given by Registered Mdical Practitioners for the care of your health. Information given here is to provide you with the knowledge for better evaluation and understanding of the health problems.