ZIKA ADDED TO IMMUNE SYSTEM VS DISEASE CHART
Greetings, Gazette Reporter Chelsea Keenan and all—
Your 300 word article in the 2-17-16 Cedar Rapids Gazette told of 3 Iowans infected with the Zika disease—which is a major challenge to the human immune system. The article motivated Iowalive net workers to update its unrefuted 7-17-10 immune system chart to include Zika, as shown in the new 2-17-16 chart below.
Iowalive once again asks medical and disease researchers for their comparable chart. They didn’t have one in 2010! Research shows they don’t have one now.
Just as bad, they don’t have comparable charts to any of those shown below. Will anyone be interested in asking them WHY? Why have researchers ignored the immune system?
Is it because it is so cheap to fix it with off-the-shelf food supplements—and once fixed, it will cut medical costs by at least 30%?
And would it be too embarrassing for researchers to suddenly admit that mal-nourished immune systems allow major diseases and ailments to thrive?
In the past 10 years the U. S. has spent at least $60 billion on medical and disease research and they don’t have such fundamental charts. And it gets worse.
There are no suitable measures for immune system performance. Researchers have failed medical doctors who are left to say, ‘if you are well, the immune system is working. If you are sick, it isn’t working.’ And researchers aren’t taking any heat for their failures—but rather demand and are given more funding.
And they should be showing powerful interest in “The EDGE Effect” by Eric R. Braverman, M. D. http://www.douglaslabs.ca/pdf/nutrinews/The%20Edge%20Effect%20NN%20%28Spring-05%29.pdf . It depicts the diseases and ailments imbalanced neurotransmitters can allow to thrive. The 4 neurotransmitters are: Dopamine, Acetylcholine, GABA, and Serotonin. All can be treated with improved nutrition, including over the counter supplements cited in the book.
The book includes a self-test to find neurotransmitter imbalances and deficiencies and explains how to remedy them, with professional help as needed.
And it lists the terrible ailments the deficiencies can allow to thrive—or worsen.
Here are the charts discussed above.
CHARTS ARE PROVIDED BY IOWALIVE NETWORKERS, AT NO COST
Anyone Claiming to Have Better Numbers Than Any Included Herein, Is Asked to Provide Them.
There Are Good Reasons Zika Should Be Feared.
IMMUNE SYSTEM VS DISEASE CHART
FIX IMMUNE SYSTEMS TO REDUCE HEALTHCARE COSTS
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HOW ACCURATELY CAN DOCTORS DETERMINE THE FOLLOWING DEFICIENCIES? + or – 30%?
Not Much Better Than A Good Guess--especially for long term, sub clinical deficiencies
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