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Saturday, November 7, 2015



(© 7 November, 2015: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.)  

I have already established with adequate evidences that it is the ACCUMULATION OF CALCIUM WITHIN THE SOFT CELLS in the body that INCREASES the overall weight, or Body Mass Index (BMI), besides giving ALL THE DISEASES THAT ARE RELATED TO MORBID OBESITY, including type-2 diabetes, tumours/lumps and cancers, heart / blood diseases, stone diseases, hypothyroidism, erratic menses, infertility in men and women, etc. (Palaniappan, 1998-2015).
In the meantime, I just read a related news published by Drs. David Just and Brian Wansink, from Cornell University, in the journal Obesity Science & Practice.

Medical Xpress (5 November 2015) has the news, covered by Katherine Baildon, which can be viewed through the following URL:

It is entitled:
Candy, soda, and fast food are not driving the rising obesity trend in the US

According to them, as the headline indicates, candy, soda, and fast food do not contribute to obesity.

The news further elaborates that:

“While a diet of chocolate bars and cheese burgers … Coke … are not likely to be a leading cause of obesity…”  

They seem to have found that the above are not related to Body Mass Index (BMI) increases.

These Researcher have compared the BMI of underweight people with the overweight, in relation to the consumption of the indicated eatables/drinks.

As per my study, conducted over a period of 40 years, the following appears to be the basic truth behind the build-up of obesity or BMI in people, irrespective of the geographical location, ethnicity, and the like.


Of course, IN ADDITION TO UNDER-URINATION, if the consumed food has ABUNDANT CALCIUM, then the RATE of OBESITY INCREASE will be RAPID.

If the Calcium content happens to be LESS, then the rate of such an increase will be relatively SLOW. (We should not forget the fact that there is almost no food that does not contain any calcium at all. It is just that some food has very little, while some other may have abundant: it varies greatly.)

That will be the only difference.

Let us consider the case of three persons (or some three hundred thousand people, who should ALL be only THIN people, to start with*) consuming the SAME diet viz., candy, soda, and the SAME fast foods (as it happened in this study), and subject them to the following experiment:

(* If the sample happens to consist of mixed types of people, that is, some already obese, some thin, and so on, it would make the final observation and analyses much complicated. 

In fact, it would be ideal if ALL the people are either MALES, or only females. This is so because, the females, if they are still fertile, they would lose large quantities of Calcium through their monthly menstruations, and that will certainly influence the final result.)

Guide the first one hundred thousand to drink only HALF- A-LITRE (500 ml) of WATER (and not any other liquids) DAILY, and that will necessitate them to UNDER-URINATE. They will end up urinating about THRICE or so daily.

Let the second one hundred thousand to drink 2 L or more (can be 3 or 4 L) of water, and guide them to SWEAT OUT* or lose most of their body water through strenuous exercises of any kind, stand under the sun**, work in cold air-conditioned room, sleep either in an air-conditioned*** room, or under a fast-running fan****. If necessary, ask them withhold their urge to urinate.

(* Loss of body water through the sweat would result in under-urination.

** Likewise, sun’s heat would make the person perspire, and that would result in under-urination as well.

*** Air-conditioner sucks out the body water through dehydration, and that machine discharges that water outside the living/bedroom.

**** Fast-running fan would dissipate the water into the air)

Let the third one hundred thousand to drink 2 L or more (also can be 3 or 4 L), and guide them urinate LIBERALLY: i.e., they should be prevented from doing any of the body-water-losing activities described above, and this group of people should be guided to URINATE ONCE EVERY TWO HOURS WHILE AWAKE, and that may end up being about 8 times or more daily.

Based on the outcome of my intense study conducted during the past 40 years, the result of the above experimentation will be as follows:

(Let me remind you: ALL the people have been consuming exactly identical quantities of CANDY, SODA, and FAST FOOD.)

The FIRST group of people who UNDER-URINATED (about twice or thrice) after drinking much LESS WATER, would positively, to a very highly significant extent, develop VERY HIGH BMI, become MORBIDLY OBESE, and would develop HEART BLOCKAGES, BLOOD VESSEL THICKENING (Atherosclerosis) KIDNEY STONES, HYPOTHYROIDISM, LUMP in Breasts, if females, and TUMOURS somewhere in the body, if they are males – but NOT in the Prostate Gland.

The Second Group, who UNDER-URINATED (about thrice daily) AFTER DRINKING PLENTY OF WATER (> 2 L), would still put on weight, but to a LESSER EXTENT, compared to the First Group. However, this group of people would develop, also to a significant extent, develop TYPE-2 DIABETES.

When it comes to the THIRD GROUP, who took PLENTY of WATER (> 2 L), and also URINATED LIBERALLY (MORE THAN 8 TIMES DAILY), would REMAIN THIN, without any BMI INCREASE, and WITHOUT*any of the DISEASES.

(* However, I have observed that, among those THIN people who liberally urinate AFTER drinking, say 4 L of water (as compared to those who drink 2 L), the 4 L drinkers would LOSE their original body weight, and would become VERY THIN and Skeletal-looking. This is so because, they would lose nearly all the Calcium excesses they had from the food consumed + SOME OF THE ‘ORIGINAL’ CALCIUM ALREADY PRESENT IN THE BODY, through urinations.

Only those who drink 2 L water, and urinate 8 times, would continue to remain the same as they were prior to the beginning of the experiment.

To repeat in this context, IF THIS group of people under-urinated, the calcium would accumulate within their body, and that would make them obese, as explained earlier)
I think, it would only be proper for me to suggest the two Researchers in Cornell University, to fully understand my explanations, and REPEAT another large-scale experiment taking into consideration each of all the variables I have suggested / indicated above, and get new set of data for their analyses.

Then, they will end up saying, most probably, that chocolates, because they contain plenty of calcium, and some of the fast food items such as CHEESE-containing PIZZAS and the like that contain abundant calcium in them, will CERTAINLY MAKE PEOPLE OBESE, AND GIVE THEM ALL MAJOR DISEASES, including a big boost in the BMI, Cancer, Type-2 Diabetes, stone diseases, heart diseases, and the like

In the meantime, I would like highlight another ‘new belief’ these two scientists have suggested, and that is (as is seen in Medical Xpress):

"This means," explains Dr. Just, "that diets and health campaigns aimed at reducing and preventing obesity may be off track if they hinge on demonizing specific foods." He adds, "If we want real change we need to look at the overall diet, and physical activity. Narrowly targeting junk foods is not just ineffective, it may be self-defeating as it distracts from the real underlying causes of obesity."
Referring to the above conclusion, I have the following to say:

1.  The whole world is of course off track in their judgement as what exactly is the causative factor that makes people morbidly obese.

 2.  “Overall diet” should refer only to high CALCIUM-containing diet, such as seafood, dairy products, etc., and NOT food that is rich in fats and oils.

 3.  My study shows, physical activity, on one hand helps in the DECALCIFICATION process, by making the body HYPERACIDOSED, and that would help in the REDUCTION of body mass.

On the other hand, physical exercises, because of promoting PROFUSE SWEATING, REDUCES the quantity of URINE (carrying and removing the unwanted Calcium excesses out of the body) that is excreted. That would enhance the RETENTION of the UNWANTED CALCIUM, and thereby INCREASE THE BMI, and thus offset the benefit.

In effect, the physical exercises neither helps nor harms the body, when it comes to the BMI.

 4.  When it comes to the understanding the “Real underlying causes of obesity”, it is the ACCUMULATION OF FAR TOO MUCH OF CALCIUM WITHIN THE BODY, ESSENTIALLY BECAUSE OF UNDER-URINATION.

 The under-lying factors that favour such accumulations of excessive Calcium are:

 (a)         Drinking LESS water (e.g. < 1.5 L)
(b)         Drinking only juices, soups, soft drinks, alcoholic beverages, etc. (Soups are mere extracts of all the Calcium from the source vegetable or meat itmes: e.g. Crab soup contains abundant Calcium). 
(c)          Taking Calcium supplements, and calcium-enriched eatables and drinks (e.g., chocolates, biscuits, various beverages, bakery products, etc.). 
(d)         Overeating Calcium-rich food (e.g. Seafood, eggs, dairy products, etc.)

Well friends,

I think, I have written a wonderful and much sensible, breakthrough-kind of article. This forms a TOTALLY A NEW THINKING, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE WORLD.
I hope those people who do experiments following THE PRINCIPLES I HAVE BROUGHT TO LIGHT, instead of claiming that they have done ‘original research’, ACKNOWLEDGE ME as the FOUNDER of these thoughts, and that they are re-confirming what I have already reported through various publications from 1998 - 2015.

I hope ALL people in the health-care industry, including Dr. Margaret Chan – the Director General of World Health Organisation (W.H.O), and Dato Sri Dr. S. Subramaniam – the popular and dynamic Health Minister in Malaysia, would read this, and would recognise all my works, for the benefit of humankind.

With best wishes and thanks for reading this.

Dr. Palani, Ph.D.

1. Palaniappan, V.M. 1998. Obesity: causes, cure, and prevention. Ecohealth Sdn. Bhd. Pub., ISBN 978-967-9988-05-8. 471 pp. 

2. Palaniappan, V.M. 2000. Health problems: diagnose yourself. Ecohealth Snd. Bhd. Pub., ISBN 978-967-9988-06-6. 148 pp. 

3.  Palaniappan, V.M., 2001. Heart problems, diabetes, and related diseases. Ecohealth Sdn. Bhd. Pub., ISBN 978-967-9988-08-6. 287 pp. 

4.   Palaniappan, V.M. (2007). HUMAN DISEASES”. ISBN 978-967-9988-12-3. 336pp Neo Health Care Pub., Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  

5.  Palaniappan, V.M. 2008. THE TRUE CAUSES OF ALL DISEASES. Neo Health Care: ISBN 978-967-9988-13-0. 192pp. Also available as e-books in KINDLE & AMAZON.COM. 

6.  Palaniappan, V.M. 2010. Cancer: causes, cure, and prevention. Neo Health Care. 624 pp. 

7.    Palaniappan, V.M. (2011). DIABETES: CAUSES, CURE AND PREVENTION. ISBN978-967-9988-15-4. 256pp. Neo Health Care Pub.,, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  

 8.    Palaniappan, V.M. (2012). MENSES, MENOPAUSE, AND OSTEOPOROSIS. Neo Health Care. 144pp; ISBN 978-967-9988-17-8). 
9.    Palaniappan, V.M 2013. All about obesity in a nutshell. Neo Health Care. ISBN 978-967-9988-18-5. 221 pp.  

10. Palaniappan, V.M. 2014, since 2009:  BLOG, INTERNET: http://ecohealingsystem.blogspot. com/  Published 310 ORIGINAL ARTICLES In the area ff Ecological Healing System (EcoTherapy). >110,000 page views.

11. Palaniappan, V.M. (2014-2015). 60 Talk Shows on Health Care. Vaanavil, ASTRO TV., Malaysia.

11. Palaniappan, V.M. (1975-2015). 167 papers in various media.