Most people wrongly believe that our blood carries away cellular debris, the only toxin blood is designed to carry is carbon dioxide. If the DNA from damaged or dying cells enters the blood stream, that DNA, which is a blueprint of the dying cell, has the potential of setting up house-keeping in other cells, influencing the creation of new cells in that tissue or organ. This could mean making liver cells in your spleen or bone cells in your heart. This is totally unacceptable to normal organ function.
Your blood stream was never designed to be the sewage system of your body. If the lymphatic system can’t receive or carry away cellular debris, it gets dumped into the blood stream, your body will do whatever it has to, to protect itself in this case. It makes antibodies against that DNA.
Imagine if the military had some rogue forces that were attacking their own troops, the smart thing to do would be to destroy them first. If we can’t figure out how to do that, we use what conventional medicine does. We eliminate the entire military. That’s what immunosuppressant drugs do. They shut down the immune system in it’s efforts to protect the entire system.
The better way to address this involves directing the rogue forces to attack a decoy while strengthening the ailing troops. This is the wisdom of Dr Lee. He found that tissue extracts which he calls protomorphogens, when taken orally would act as decoys to tie up the auto-antibodies long enough to nourish and heal the damaged tissue.
Autoantibody activity can occur in any tissue of the body, and if addressed correctly, restoration of tissues can occur. This can be applied to the eyes, brain, bone, skin, liver, lung, heart, etc. The use of these protomorphogens alone would suggest the need to use them for the rest of your life if proper nutrition to heal the tissues is not used concurrently.
It’s been found that auto-antibodies are present in Alzheimer's, Parkinson’s, ADD, ADHD, and other forms of dementia. The use of brain protomorphogens in conjunction with the essential fatty acids DHA and EPA, along with proper mineralization and elimination of potentially toxic elements such as hydrogenated fats, can significantly impact the progression of these conditions.
With anti bone antibodies, just trying to rebuild these bones with things like calcium and chondroitin sulfate can be a waste of time and money. Using drugs that stop the resorption of dead bone tissue isn’t the answer either. This is where use of a bone protomorphogen along with nutrition, capable of maintaining proper calcium, phosphorous, protein, and magnesium in these tissues is critical. In the mix here is the importance of proper fatty acids which play a major part in calcium absorption and calcium distribution.
Bone is made up of one third mineral, one third protein, and one third fluid. To leave out any of these in the attempt to restore and rebuild the skeleton would be like trying to build a house without using any nails. Bone turnover is completely done every seven years. With the appropriate treatment you get a new skeleton every seven years. With this in mind, what kind of building materials are you using. In rebuilding the skeleton, you must remove any attack from within that could be thwarting your efforts to restructure your home.
Since none of this is as simple as taking one drug to deal with a multitude of issues, it takes someone skilled in knowing how to direct the healing process of your system. Your entire body is integrated to function as a whole. A specialist that deals only with the endocrine system may not be focused on what’s happening in the lymphatic system, circulatory system, and digestion. The list goes on and on. When you’re a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. This is why I never stop studying the biochemistry and physiology of our bodies. The intricate connections between our entire system can’t be ignored. It’s imperative your health care provider be aware of the challenges you’re subject to daily. If I thought my days in school were over upon graduation, I was seriously mistaken. I gladly accept patients from all over the nation. Call me!