I have observed a decidedly effective response, modifying these immune disorders that present so strangely. I believe that the beneficial effect that these patients experience when taking Eveliza®
The art of medicine consists of keeping the patient in a good mood while nature heals him.
Voltaire “It is our ability to create a healthy immune system which represents the greatest potential for progress in human health”
William J. Hennen, Ph.D. In my case history, there is a number of “healing” evidence in patients taking the nutritional powder Eveliza®, patients who have constantly improved their health, especially those with involutive diseases. However, I have also observed patients who had symptoms and signs of autoimmune diseases, regain their health to normal and stable conditions, providing they continued to take Eveliza® or Alen® indefinitely and followed the advice required by conceptual medicine. Doctors know that the immunity and autoimmunity processes are not reversible with normal treatments. Indeed these treatments are only of a palliative character given that molecular modification of immunity is not possible, because it is a structural problem that cannot be modified. However, health is directly dependent on a stable and highly efficient immune system; when this system is in perfect working order it defends us efficiently against infectious or degenerative problems. When its performance is poor or bad, its actions can ignore our cellular systems and mount an attack response on our own body.
Hereunder I would like to present a brief outline of how pathology focuses on the molecular essence of these types of immunity disorders in the human species, so as to have a more concrete idea of these pathological manifestations which in themselves are incredibly complicated. Mammals, like humans, have within our moods the power to defend ourselves against the aggression of living elements and inert particles of microscopic size, which are foreign elements that constantly invade our body; but as we live in this natural highly contaminated environment, nature has provided us with these defense systems that protect us from the attacks that we suffer daily. So as to control these constant attacks humans have cellular and chemical elements that act as surveillance systems, with a mission to control and neutralize these invaders. Generally, these cellular systems are sentinels found in specialized tissues, such as lymph nodes and bone marrow, where they concentrate on specific cellular families, for the production of cellular elements and complex molecules that act as defensive factors. Of course, before getting into cellular defense structures, I must stress that we all possess an unspecific defense barrier which prevents most of the pathogens. This barrier is known as skin, and is the largest organ of our body made up of layers called epidermis and endodermis. The epidermis is exposed to the outside world, and consists of dead cells that contain keratin, it is also waterproof and is renewed every 15 to 30 days. The endoderm is deeper and contains important anatomical elements of the skin; these are the blood vessels, sebaceous glands, sweat glands and hair follicles.
The regenerative power of the skin is very active and tends to heal quickly and effectively. However, although skin is our means of contact with the world around us, there are internal parts of our body that constantly come into contact with the external environment, albeit indirectly. For example: the digestive tract, the respiratory tract and genitals. Although these structures are also covered by endothelial and connective tissue, the primary defense against foreign particles is performed by fluids, chemical means and even saprophytic bacteria, the latter particularly in the gastrointestinal tract comprise the microbial flora, preventing colonization of pathogenic microorganisms by competing with them for the habitat. Our external defense barriers are paramount to our inner being as they block most of the harmful elements trying to enter our body on a daily basis. Of course, in these paragraphs I have mentioned only the most important barriers, however, despite the effectiveness of their defensive work, there is the possibility of failure at any given time; so that when a foreign body penetrates cell areas composing the body, our defense cells produce a non-specific inflammatory reaction, which alters the area being invaded. This inflammatory reaction is the signal to recruit defense cells and cause them to release chemicals (which they carry within) such as histamine and other compounds, which cause dilation of blood vessels, increased blood supply to these areas and increased heat (i.e. fever). Thus, this alarm signal becomes the center of convergence for cellular elements, whose activity is focused solely on defending the areas under attack. The cells that make up the first line of cellular defense are: phagocytes and macrophages granulocytes. The organic reaction against the penetration of foreign elements triggers an immediate response, which is non-specific; but has cell elements and chemicals that “attack” and effectively eliminate a variety of invaders.
However, when this cellular defense response is not enough, the body uses even more potent and highly specific defense cells. These cells are part of the immune system and there are two kinds: B lymphocytes and T lymphocytes. B lymphocytes have the property of producing antibodies which are protein molecules that neutralize antigens (i.e. invaders). These cells have a microscopic structure that adapts to any antigen, everything depends on the spatial arrangement their molecules take to fit specifically to certain molecular parts of the antigen. The timing of this signaling is highly crucial and this complementary spatial relationship needs to occur; the antigen being labeled invasive, the lymphocyte B sends another signal to activate the phagocyte. The defensive phagocyte is a cell that “engulfs” antigens labeled by B cells and neutralizes them by way of phagocytosis and the subsequent digestion of the invader. This “army” of B cells, is composed of two billion cellular elements, which constantly patrol the body through the bloodstream. Moreover, they are able to penetrate the walls of capillaries, especially lymphatic capillaries. The most important aspect of B lymphocytes is that in addition to attacking and destroying antigens, they are also part of the immune response and have a memory. If the invader attack was very intense but did not destroy the body, a number of so-called plasma cells, B cells, collect information that identifies the antigen so that if in the future it invades again, these cells are ready for the attack and do not need to raise an initial defense response. This form of defense is obtained by way of the antibodies created by plasma cells. Plasma cells are found in the walls of the lymph nodes and antibody production may range from 3,000 to 30,000 antibody molecules per second. These antibodies are released and circulate freely in the blood, but when they are activated, their destructive function can last up to five days, a period in which in many cases, delays an infection becoming established. This immediate response from the memory or plasma cells is the support base for achieving immunity through vaccines. The vaccine is no more than the antigen in a neutral or inactive state, the presence of which causes antibodies to be created without activating the infection. Thanks to vaccines today viral attacks can be prevented which in the Middle Ages were the cause of death of large numbers of people. Vaccines can also combat certain diseases caused by bacteria, thanks to their transfer factors. Antibodies act against invading antigens in three different ways:
a. They can make foreign particles bind together and thus be encompassed by phagocytes. b. There may be a chemical combination that damages the structure of the attacker making its function ineffective. c. They may have the ability to bind to complement to lyse or detect other foreign cells. With respect to antibodies, these have defined structures formed by four sub-units: the first, made up of two identical light chains and the other two by heavy chains which are also identical (in the shape of a scorpion). Each of the four chains have a constant region that is called (C), common to all antibodies, the other region is called variable (V) and is different for each antibody. The variable regions of both the heavy and the light chain are formed by folds, which are the sites for binding antigens. In addition, there are five known classes of antibodies: IgG, IgA, IgD, IgM and IgE, also known as immunoglobulins. The most studied of these antibodies are the IgG type. The most curious aspect of immunological action is that there are a huge number of antigens, and yet we have a single source producing antibodies. The interesting fact is that not only are antibodies produced in response to current environmental antigens, but also against those that attacked our ancestors. They are even effective against antigens derived from synthetic materials with molecules that have never existed in nature. Of course, the formation of antibodies is not quite so simple, it is now known that antibodies are formed according to clonal selection, which was a theory proposed in 1957 by the Australian scientist Macfarlane Burnet (Nobel Prize). According to this theory, each person has many different B lymphocytes with the genetic capacity to synthesize a single type of antibody. Thus, any antigenic stimulus does not affect the mass of cells, but only those with an antibody capable of binding to that specific antigen. Once the antigen-antibody adhesion has occurred, those cells that responded to this aggression, reproduce giving rise to clones of plasma and memory cells, which synthesize the antibody present in the lymphocyte B. The latter, memory cells, remain circulating in the blood after an infection, keeping guard for another possible defensive response. When the same infection returns, immunity with its previous memory, acts quickly and intensely to destroy the antigen; as was said before, a clear example of this occurs when we have been vaccinated against viral infections, and these specific virus attack us again. Although the immune memory cells and antibodies are essential for our body’s defense certain protein chains also play an important role.
These chains comprise dozens of amino acids and have the ability to store a huge amount of immune signals, transmitted from generation to generation. In particular, because these protein compounds pass through breast milk (colostrum) to the newborn during lactation, these compounds are commonly referred to as “Transfer Factors”. However, although the transfer factors carry broad immune information, they do not have the power to intervene directly against a particular disease, but they do improve immune memory. Thus, their function is of great importance for the development of the immune system mechanisms during the human being’s first months of life and they are transmitted through breastfeeding. In general, transfer factors perform an immunomodulatory action, aimed at countering the specific abnormalities that accompany each disease, albeit infectious, degenerative or involutive. Thus, some researchers have sought miraculous effects, synthesizing transfer factors to use them against various diseases. But this is a big mistake, given that the action of transfer factors can only modulate the immune system, provided the body’s other immune mechanisms are in optimal working order. Broadly speaking, giving transfer factors to a person suffering from any disease, would be as if we were to share score sheets with an orchestra, where the musicians do not have instruments, in which case there is no music. For this reason, artificially supplying transfer factors poses no healing benefit, if a good general immune system is not available, which means that if a patient’s organic defenses are very depressed, through a lack of good nutrition or suffering from a depauperate disease, the healing effects we desire will not manifest. Another example to capture this idea is like sending a soldier to war, loaded with bullets and cartridges, but without the required weapons to fire these munitions. As such, these transfer factors are not about specific remedies for this or that disease, they function as an adjuvant part of other immune elements. However, although the immune memory taken from our mother, defends our delicate body in our first months of life, transfer factors disappear as we age. I even believed that this condition would explain the appearance of multiple degenerative diseases, or viruses that could not hurt us in our youth, but they attack us when we are older. An example of this last statement is the herpes zoster virus (chickenpox), which lives within us all our life without ever doing us any harm; however, when we age and therefore our immune system becomes ineffective, shingles emerges and affects us. For practical purposes, I can say that, when conceptual medicine is recommended to the elderly, a significant improvement is observed in the recovery of the health of these impoverished people. Of course to obtain this benefit, the recommendations provided must be followed carefully, especially in regard to the consumption of Alen® or Eveliza®. As these nutrient food compounds have enormous potential, the assimilation of which is complete, they will allow the immune system that is deficient in reconstruction factors to rebuild itself thereby optimizing it. Once the immune system is functioning optimally, those transfer factors will improve the activity of the immune response. We have said that transfer factors are found in great proportion in the colostrum from breast milk, but they are also present in egg yolk and other organic compounds.
Now, returning to the cells of the immune system, we should also mention the T lymphocytes involved in the immune response called “cell-mediated response.” T lymphocytes interact with eukaryotic cells or those of the body itself by way of the T cells: helper, suppressor and cytotoxic. The first and second, are cellular elements that regulate immune response, even from the B cells and cytotoxic cells involved against foreign eukaryotic cells and against virus-infected cells and other microorganisms. The cells to be targeted in the attack of T cells are marked on their surface by antigens. T cells develop in the thymus, where they undergo a complicated process of differentiation, selection and maturation. The T cell has the characteristic of being able to recognize the eukaryotic cells of the body itself. Although it seems strange for these cells to perform their duties properly, they need to be able to recognize their own as well as foreign bodies. However, through other maturation processes that go beyond the scope of this book, eventually they begin to recognize their own as their own, clearly those T cells that fail to recognize their own self, are eliminated. Unfortunately, in our body 99% of all new T lymphocytes, never recognize their own self, as such, the immune system itself eliminates them, as long as the immune system is efficient and in good working condition. If this system fails, we often have the appearance of autoimmune diseases or even cancer. When the T cell is “called to action” in defense of our body, it makes use of directional signaling, consisting of molecules on the surface of the membrane called T cell receptors. These receptors are two polypeptide chains encoded by intracellular genes as such they are specific for each type of lymphocyte according to the antigen affecting the cell. These specific antigens are called major histocompatibility complex (MHC being the acronym in English). In addition to T lymphocytes, our body also uses the complement, which is another “combat weapon”, consisting of complex protein arrays. These compounds circulate in the blood and have the ability to dissolve foreign matter by adhering to the bacterial cell wall, where antigen and antibody concur, by perforating the wall of the membrane of the bacterium so that electrolytes penetrate and explode the bacteria. Another function includes covering the bacterial wall so that it will be detected by phagocytes and enabling it to be destroyed through gorging and digestion; besides this, it is also an element that enhances the inflammatory reaction. The complement consists of several amino acids which includes up to 20 proteins, which generate eleven systems called C1 to C9, B and D, which travel throughout the body, in our blood serum and that of animals. These molecules can be activated in cascade and progressively, in order to bond to antigens and neutralize them, allowing bonding of the antibody or immunoglobulin. This complement is always present in the blood and is unique for each species. The complement may act in several ways: • Creating a direct lysis of the microorganism. • Increasing the acute inflammatory reaction. • Undertakes opsonization, which is the coating of the bacterium with a protein such as C3b, condition for enabling it to be detected by the phagocyte, which is called chemotaxis. • They can also cause direct lysis of the microorganism. Endocytosis is another form of immunity, which is performed by the ingestion of soluble material through invagination of small vesicles, which project into the phagocyte cells from the membrane. There are two procedures: pinocytosis, which is the penetration of macromolecules by unspecific invagination of the phagocyte membrane. And endocytosis, a receptor-mediated procedure determined by the internalization of the macromolecule due to a specific membrane receptor. Both procedures achieve taking the foreign body into the phagocyte, a vesicle called endosome, which subsequently binds to a lysosome which is rich in acidic and lytic agents (proteases, nucleases, lipases, etc.), which destroy the foreign body or organism. Following completion of phagocytosis, the invading element is destroyed by several mechanisms: 1. Oxygen dependent by way of the metabolic pathway of the hexose monophosphate, which consumes large amounts of oxygen, giving rise to a huge production of free radicals which are highly toxic (i.e. O2 H2O2, OH). 2. Generation of toxic substances produced from other toxic substances, such as hypochlorites and chlorides, which kill viruses and bacteria. 3. Nitric oxide dependent pathway and release mechanism of hydrolytic enzymes, such as lysozymes, cationic proteins, proteases, which produce a bactericidal or bacteriostatic effect, are also used. “The other device”, is the complement called membrane attack complex (MAC being the English acronym), where the membrane of the organism is destroyed by single or multiple perforations. Perforin performs a similar action on the microorganism‘s wall, allowing the entry of large amounts of water with Na + ions. causing lysis of the bacteria.
Abnormalities of immunity The immune systems and mechanisms are extremely effective, few humans are born with defects in their protective activity, and throughout life they are maintained active and efficient for the care of the individual’s health and life. But nonetheless, this persistent efficiency, under certain conditions fails in its protective activity. These immune problems can be grouped into three categories: immunodeficiency, autoimmunity and hypersensitivity. In the first group, immunodeficiency may occur partially in a particular protection system, which could be inactive due to some hereditary problem (primary immunodeficiency) and its manifestation is detected by the patient’s inability to control infectious disorders which under other conditions are easily neutralized. It can present as a granulomatous disease, no control of AIDS and certain types of cancers. On the other hand, immunodeficiency may be the result of exhaustion, due to old age (i.e. over the age of 50), where its manifestation is insidious, giving less protective immune responses to polluting attacks. In secondary immunodeficiency disorders are due to factors that compromise patient health, through misconduct in life where there is voluntarily or involuntarily exposure to toxic substances, leading to chronic diseases that impair health. The factors contributing to immune failure are eating sugar and its derivatives, alcoholism, smoking, drinking coffee, drugs, obesity, poor nutrition, cancer, kidney disease, sarcoidosis, patients treated with chemotherapy or remedies that suppress the immune system such as corticosteroids, contact with domestic animals or even plants and animals of different species that are inside the house and kitchen utensils made of duralumin. Autoimmunity is another problem that can occur in youth or in old age, in these circumstances the immune system fails to recognize the individual’s own cellular elements, producing a direct attack on the person himself. As I stated before, it is the T lymphocytes which bear the “problem’s fault”, these are cells that escaped the selection control and react against the patient’s own antigens, giving rise to a variety of diseases where medical detection is a major problem for diagnosis. But in general autophagy, which is part of this mechanism, is not such a simple phenomenon to interpret, therefore at certain times it is of great benefit to the body. The cell is not such a simple and basic structure, on the contrary its function is extremely difficult to understand, like a computer of great complexity. Thus the work of this so special “device” produces waste or disposable materials resulting from intrinsic cell metabolism, which must be eliminated, and this requires autophagy. Also, autophagy functions as a defense process against viruses and pathogenic bacteria or any foreign element that mocks the immune system and passes through the cell wall. On the other hand, if autoimmunity operates very slowly or very quickly, it can lead to very serious problems such as, a chronic, inflammatory bowel condition called Crohn’s disease or also Alzheimer’s, which is a manifestation of autophagy of the brain neurons, as well as Lupus, etc. But there are conflicting problems with thee autophagy system, for example when treating a cancer patient with chemotherapy or radiotherapy, in these cases the autophagy system could respect the life of these cancer cells, as well as the treatment used, where the cancerous cells will not be harmed by the treatment, allowing the cancer to progress, as these diseased cells will continue to live, making it impossible to neutralize the cancer and the curing problem becomes worse as healthy cells are destroyed by being more sensitive to the treatment. The manner in which the autophagy process functions, it starts with the formation of a phagophore, a globule formed by proteins and lipids which form two superposed membranes, which are folded back on themselves, forming a sort of cap, and its cavity “swallows” the abnormal detritus, then closes on itself by way of a vesicle, called autophagosome. This is a carrier medium taking waste to a lysosome (a vesicle with highly aggressive and lithic materials). The two vesicles fuse and the new blood cell called autolysosome which is where anomalous materials is lysed and destroyed. Molecular fragments left after digestion are returned to the protoplasm cell to be recycled. In this way a variety of abnormal issues can be eliminated, such as dysfunctional mitochondria, bacteria, protozoa, viruses, a large spectrum of pathogens such as tubercle bacillus, intestinal pathogens such as Shigella and Salmonella, Streptococcus type A, Listeria that is found in milk and raw cheeses, as well as Toxoplasma gonddi and AIDS, as well as Legionella pneumophila. The other aspect of immunity is hypersensitivity, defined as an aggressive response that manifests itself in different tissues of the body. There are four varieties (I to IV) according to reactions related to the presentation time and variety of tissue involved. • Type I Also called Anaphylactic, the action of which is immediate and includes allergies; symptoms may be transient or even cause immediate death. Immunoglobulin E, released by basophils and mast cells is involved in these cases. • In Type II, the antibodies are combined with antigens in the patient’s own cells, which are marked; this hypersensitivity is cytotoxic and dependent on antibodies such as IgG and IgM. • Type III, more immune complexes, antibodies, complements, antigens and proteins, which are of this type • Type IV, has the characteristic of being delayed, taking several days to present manifestations of sensitivity, and in this group there are many immune and even infectious diseases, such as contact dermatitis. And T cells as well as monocytes and macrophages are involved these reactions All these disorders are connected with habits that allow people to come into contact with allergens of various natures. For example: having dogs and cats or any pet inside the house, also plants of any kind within the house; cooking in aluminum pots (Duralumin), or having contact with powdery materials mostly comprising bodies of insects, such as butterflies flies and other microscopic creatures such as mites, which are found inside the house on the pillows and carpets or at work. They also come with air heating or air conditioning, such as spores and yeast. These pollutants produce many allergens, which sensitize the body which come into contact with these materials; milk is also an important cause of these diseases due to the many harmful substances it contains. The strategy to avoid sensitivity reactions occurring requires sagacity to prevent them, these particles diffuse into the atmosphere very subtly and are not possible to detect because they are microscopic, but they have the power to do a lot of damage, as if it were a “radioactive gas” of great destructive power; given the great danger they represent, we should take conscientious and appropriate measures to prevent these invading dangerous and very subtle enemies from penetrating our body. When these allergens are present and they manage to penetrate our body, they may have two aims: firstly, not to hurt us as the size of their molecules is very small and they fail to cause sensitivity reactions. Secondly, if these molecules, even though they are very small, combine with a hapten, which are specific to our body protein substances, the matter changes completely. In these circumstances, the molecule becomes larger and now has the ability to act as an antigen. However, as these antigens are of a non-specific type, they also generate non-specific antibodies, which is a very serious matter, because these non-specific antibodies have a beneficial aim; they can attack foreign particles or normal cells in our body. This ultimately produces autoimmune disorders, diseases that are difficult to treat, many of which can become chronic. A hapten is a protein molecule the molecular weight of which is less than an antigen and can, in certain circumstances, specifically react with an antibody but lacks the property of stimulating production of an antibody. Furthermore, it can bind to another molecule (called a carrier protein) as a protein or an allergen. For example, penicillin which is a hapten, can bind to albumin to produce an anaphylactic reaction which in certain cases can be fatal, due to the intense production of histamine, which causes a crop in blood pressure and death;, this reaction can occur in a patient treated with this antibiotic or in a patient exposed to other haptens. Although some particulate matter from the environment, such as dandruff, hair, spores, pollens among others, are sources of hypersensitivity reactions, drugs are also one of the most feared sources of immune reaction. All medicines consisting of proteins or polypeptides can produce specific antibodies. However, haptens can be bonded covalently to the structural proteins in our body and these conjugates activate the production of antibodies that are specific in certain circumstances, but others may be very harmful to certain tissues, as they may trigger non-specific diseases resulting in disorders that cannot be controlled by medicine. The antigens produced by allergens when bound to the hapten are very varied in nature and when they enter our bodies provoke an overreaction of the immune system. This allergic reaction occurs in individuals susceptible to a particular allergen, either through continuous exposure or inheritance. Now, constant exposure to a particular allergen over time can produce a sensitivity condition. Dust is a major source of allergens, especially from the home or from industries, and one of the most important factors of its inducing action is the presence of the remains of dead insects, as well as microorganisms, plant spores chryptogamae (ferns), or pollen from the flowers of flowering plants. These also include scales and protein residues from animal secretions, such as hairs, scales, feathers, dried saliva, inert particles produced in industry, such as leather, powdery remains of stony substances, cement, cotton fibers, hemp, paints, lacquers, varnishes, acrylic resins, cosmetics; desiccated remains of dead animals. On the other hand we have insect bites from different species, apparently harmless remedies, such as penicillin and other pharmaceutical compounds. Air conditioning or heating can be very active allergen sources since these artificial climate systems with piped air that may be contaminated or always are, with mold and moisture which produce spores or yeast, that are highly allergenic. Faced with these allergens and other sensitivity reactions, the female of our species is the most susceptible, therefore women have a very effective immune system, which although very active and perfect in youth, becomes dangerously reactive in older women (i.e. beyond the age of 30) an age where immunological mechanisms appear to ignore it and ruthlessly attack in old age. The man is less susceptible to these autoimmunity conditions because it is less active in their immune system. For this reason, 90% of older woman will be ill with Lupus. As a protective measure I always recommend: not using duralumin pots, not having pets of any kind inside the house, no plants, also of any kind, no rugs, changing pillows every 6 months, not handling powdery materials, not sweeping but to use vacuum cleaners (with water), not having old books (often putting them in the sun) flicking through them wearing a mask, avoiding any type of fumes, using air purifiers and avoiding spicy food that are sources of sensitivity reactions and cause allergies. However, there are certain cases in which certain patients may have an immune tolerance condition, which is observed when the patient does not have a straight immunity response to a specific antigen. The condition is called autotolerence and is very important for lymphocytes to live in harmony with the person’s cells. To explain this, two conditions of adaptation have manifested: the central and the peripheral: the central, is conditional on the elimination of autoreactive lymphocytes both type T and B.
They are eliminated within the thymus gland itself during maturation. Peripheral, can be through anergy which is subject to a lack of recognition through a lack of costimulatory signals, through cell death induced by activation in which lymphocytes die through apoptosis. Peripheral T cell suppression, but of a regulatory character that can induce the death of the active lymphocyte as a security measure. Dr. J. Lee Nelson from Washington University tells us that the bodies of humans, in addition to its own cells from their germ cells, also have other foreign cells belonging to other genetically different organisms, and other individuals like those of their mothers or their children in women who were pregnant. These cells can penetrate the new body via the placenta and settle permanently in the bloodstream or in different tissues of the person who suffered this contamination. The phenomenon is called microchimerism. This disorder can operate in two ways, because in certain circumstances it may be beneficial to health, improving disease in the pregnant mother, and at other times, creating diseases of various kinds, such as disorders that trigger aggressive immunity ailments. These cells can remain in the host for many years and occupy various tissues of many organs, becoming integral elements with own adaptation. Microchimerism occurs in people with certain diseases such as Pityriasis lichenoides, biliary atresia, Type I diabetes, juvenile dermatomyositis, scleroderma, and neonatal lupus. It is also part of the ailments that can present in the mother, which are derived from cells from the fetus such as thyroid disease, breast cancer, lupus erythematosus, cervical cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, polymorphic eruption of pregnancy, preeclampsia and autoimmune reactions. However, one of the problems that still has no explanation is the silent nature of this disorder, especially in a mother who for years has supported the microchimerism without having any kind of ailment. It is an unknown and undiscovered phenomenon because suddenly these strange cells become the enemy; nor the reason that allows this tolerance for so many years. Microchimerism raises many questions, like the following: if the disorder produces adopted cells, the surface of which has leukocyte antigen molecules of the human type (HLA) that are different to those of host why are they not eliminated by the immune system? The other question would be: why should these foreign cells that occupy a given tissue not be completely reproduced in the tissue they occupy? If there is an exchange of cells between mother and child is there an exchange between twins? If there is an exchange between twins, and even with a twin reabsorbed. When there is a blood transfusion microchimerism occurs and is called iatrogenic. We can say that we are all microchimeristic, i.e. all of us have these foreign cells. The number of cells that we can take from our mother, or the child from his mother, are not very many but the amount may vary in certain circumstances. According to the author: “There are suggestive recent findings on maternal and fetal microchimerism in the brain of the mouse, raising a number of fascinating questions: Do maternal cells affect brain development? Could fetal microchimerism be of benefit in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases? And, if our brain is not totally “ours” what constitutes the physiological “I”? “ Autoimmune Diseases There are several diseases that have an autoimmune origin, the most likely are: Type I diabetes (insulin-dependent), myasthenia gravis, thrombopenia, autoimmune orchitis, autoimmune encephalomyelitis, Goodpasture’s syndrome, Graves’ disease, atrophic gastritis, hemolytic anemia, and Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Other possibles are: membranous glomerulonephritis, chronic active hepatitis, ulcerative colitis and primary biliary cirrhosis. The likely include Reiter’s syndrome, Sjogren’s syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis and systemic lupus erythematosus. Possibly, systemic sclerosis, polyarteritis nodosa, inflammatory myopathy and onychomycosis or fungus toenails, which occur in the elderly or in patients with low defenses. In all the above diseases, there is a frank attack on the immune systems against tissues that belong to the actual person; it is real self-destruction that occurs systematically and persistently. To stop or avoid this problem conventional medicine does not have any therapeutic measure that might modify or prevent this process which is so destructive. Medication is available only in the form of palliative medicine, in order to lessen the effects of attack, but not to modify the recognition of lymphoid cells. In my practice using Alen® or Eveliza® more so with Eveliza® where the complementarity of the essential factors are directed at an organism suffering health problem, I have observed a decidedly effective response, modifying these immune disorders that present so strangely. I believe that the beneficial effect that these patients experience when taking Eveliza®, along with the accompanying recommendations, is due to the important effect of good nutrition. This situation does not exist in the way the human species feeds, whose manifestation of these problems may be related to a condition of not being well fed; an idea I have stated in my various books, along with practical evidence that can be observed every day.
There are several diseases of immune abnormalities that I have treated over the last 20 years with truly amazing results, one of which is Systemic and Discoid Lupus (I put these as one example because they summarize all the problems of aggressive autoimmunity). In these patients, treatment recommendations with Eveliza® are the same as for obese people, with slight variations in diet but in many cases these people have themselves been obese. The patient’s improvement starts obviously, when starting to take Eveliza®, the symptoms being suffered disappear or decrease significantly, allowing a return to their daily duties without symptoms returning. However, as I have said all along, the treatment must be followed with great discipline because just one slip and the problems return. There were several patient ailments and those with the most notable improvement were joint symptoms, cutaneous manifestations, pericarditis, nervous system disorders and kidney symptoms. In several patients who experienced bleeding disorders in relation to this ailment, the improvement was not clear and in these cases they had to continue the medication indicated. The curious thing about these patients was the noticeable change in their lab results, as determinations of anti-DNA antibodies did not decrease significantly; hemolytic anemia evidently improved, cutaneous manifestations disappeared, but the use of solar light blockers was recommended. However, these patients were able to abandon those recommended by conventional medicine, such as the use of cortisone, azathioprine, cyclophosphamide, methotrexsate, amongst other anti-inflammatory and anti-Immunological treatments, given that, they continued with the medication that patients had for clotting problems such as heparin, warfarin and others. Once the metabolic balance returned in these patients, the maintenance treatment continued, which includes two sachets of Eveliza® per day, a diet without sugar or derivatives thereof, no milk and dairy products, 12 mcgr of liothyronine on an empty stomach, no exercise and no toxic food. The prognosis for these patients has been excellent, and in many of them there is an observation period of eight years, during which the symptoms have not recurred. Within the group of patients presenting related immune abnormalities or those indirectly related to these diseases, I have patients who have been “cured” of: Polymyalgia Rheumatic, arthritis, arthrosis, Neuropathic arthropathy, osteomyelitis (this is on the list, as there were patients who had several years of conventional treatment but it was useless); gout, lipomas, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, asthma, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, allergic several diseases, variable and combined immune deficiencies, diabetes mellitus, elimination of frequent colds, diseases with Type I hypersensitivity reactions and atopic diseases. Truly important evidence is related to cancer, as, there are 29 patients who were cured of various types of cancer (patients who were terminally ill and no longer receiving any medication) when treated with the recommendations required for the use of Eveliza. I will not go into details but I just want to state the following: I suspect that telomerase has a lot to do with it, we know that this enzyme is a very important factor for life, because telomerase is a key to sustaining the life of the cell, since it maintains the stability of genetic material and thus prevents a part of the genetic chain from deteriorating, which is the opening act. There has been much speculation on this, and as such it is said that when there is little telomerase cells die sooner, and when there is a greater quantity of the enzyme the cells become immortal (cancer). Expressing such a firm opinion in relation to an enzyme and its behavior in living systems is superficial reasoning, I think that the action of this important enzyme, should be in absolute balance within the molecular functions involved, since its displacement only produces functional damage to the stability of the cells; therefore, good nutrition produces this so sought after stability, and I suppose this condition is achieved with the use of Eveliza and its associated recommendations therefore patients taking the Eveliza treatment seriously undergo two important changes, good health and longer life expectancy, which is what produces good stability of telomerase, and from this I infer the improvement experienced by patients suffering from these proliferative diseases. It is for this reason and on this evidence, that I can safely express that autoimmune diseases can be controlled and even “cured” through good nutrition (i.e. Eveliza® or Alen®). The reader will see that all cellular mechanisms albeit molecular or biochemical, is mediated by proteins, which must be obtained from the daily diet under appropriate conditions. Otherwise, it is impossible to have adequate physiological or biochemical functioning. It is a fact that patients with these disorders have improved with my treatment, however, much of it depends on the patient. If the patient does not avoid toxic substances such as sugar, milk, aluminum pots, pets or plants inside the house, physical exercise among others that I have already mentioned, it will not be possible to improve their condition. However, if you follow these guidelines, the benefit will not only be improving the disease or curing it, but the large amount of immune system suppressing drugs can be abandoned, which often only contribute to worsening the disease or accelerating physical disabilities and shortening life expectancy. Endodoncy Endodontics is a treatment performed by dentists on teeth where the dental pulp has suffered damage that cannot be avoided. In these circumstances the specialist dentist proceeds to remove the dental pulp of the tooth along with the roots, in other cases the treatment is directly or indirectly aimed at protecting the pulp. It should also be stated that the operation should be done in a very clean and unpolluted manner. All of this practice seems logical and very acceptable, you may suffer from an unexpected response which manifests in a very unpleasant future ailment, because essentially what has been done causes the death of the tooth and the tooth remains become a huge irritation problem for the future; given that as the tooth is organic residue of the same tissues of the patient it constitutes a huge irritation problem for the patient’s future, because these semi-dead tissues produce rejection by the immune systems, which detect the presence of foreign debris that needs to be eliminated and that eventually will make rejections that accumulate.
It is a really Speransky type reaction who says: “ For a certain period of time, sometimes very long, the nervous system has the ability to retain impressions of agitation without alteration to the characteristic qualities… the extraction of irritant substances prevents widespread agitation for the nervous system, only if it has been done very early. When the process has reached a certain period, it can no longer be inhibited by the elimination of the cause. “ On many occasions the genesis of diseases does not have a specific cause and effect relationship, the disease process can originate from a mechanism apparently as innocent as root canal pulp made by the dentist, with good intention “to save the tooth “; but this may give rise to a disastrous reaction initiating a state of aggravation that can reach the peripheral nerves and then the brain, and in this case cause a process through which an intimate relationship with all organ systems of the human body are maintained and these aggravations that come with a root canal may trigger further extremely damaging organic pathological alterations to the body. Eighty years ago Dr. Weston Price was named, head of the association’s research department by the American Dental Association (ADA) for its open interest in exploring everything related to dentistry. Dr. Price began researching the effects of emerging business of canal treatments in the United States; for this purpose, he directed and led a team of 60 dentists throughout the Americas. After 25 years of interviews, experiments and field investigations, he wrote their reports revealing that a root canal treatment (endodontics), adversely affects various organs such as the circulatory system, heart, constriction of veins and arteries that degenerate into heart attacks or strokes, even if the heart is in good condition, high blood pressure, nervous system, brain (stroke); the locomotor system (arthrosis and arthritis and joints); kidney and cancer is also mentioned. According to this tragic scenario and the experience I have with this type of dental treatment, I do not recommend this dental practice, and even suggest to my patients that the affected parts are removed by endodontics. Humans are merely gifted mammals, albeit by God or nature intervened for us; we live with the great advantage of being sentient, reasoning beings and more than anything, creative. Our imagination and our desire to know managed to conquer all ecological niches, including outer space; however, despite extensive mental capacity, in this life we fail to take advantage of the best conditions presented to us with technical advances; perhaps due to a lack of knowledge or also for lack of vision, but whatever the reason, the concepts we have here have been raised solely for the purpose of opening the doors to a new way of thinking, where empiricism, polypharmacy and medical dogmas are left behind in order to disclose a single fact, the cause of our suffering and our premature death, which are merely the result of impoverished food and a lifetime of bad habits. However, now that we have the knowledge, tools and adequate food, we need to begin taking care of our life in the only way possible: by avoiding sugar and its derivatives, milk and derivatives thereof, avoid drinking coffee, alcohol, smoking, not eating spices, peppers or mustards, not undertaking unnecessary exercise and consuming Alen® or Eveliza® at least twice a day. If we follow these tips, life will be much more beneficial and very old could be reached, but without being a burden for ourselves or for our children.