The Secret Allergy Connection

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The Secret Allergy Connection

is not that much of a mystery when you understand the way your body receives nutrients. Allergy Symptoms show up when we can’t normally do this.

It’s believed that 35 to 45% of us react negatively to various foods. Today everybody knows someone that has some kind of intolerance to certain foods.

The intestinal tract’s job is to take food in, digest it and absorb its nutrients, but when this is not done properly food allergens can irritate the intestinal tract and open the door to inflammations.

Allergies or allergy, just another sign of other gut issues:

These can lead to a “leaky gut syndrome“ where nutrients are not absorbed properly and where toxins pass through the intestinal wall causing damage to other organs and tissues.

Medically-speaking an

“Allergy or Allergic reaction”

is different than a “food intolerance.” However, they’re both caused by an adverse reaction to food.

ALLERGIC FOOD REACTION is triggered by the immune system. For this type of allergy, a person has to be exposed to the food itself. The symptoms that result are usually severe and immediate and can sometimes be fatal. The medical term for this is Anaphylaxis.

Not many people have this type of reaction and usually only to a single or specific types of foods. Peanuts sometimes cause this type of reaction in some people.

FOOD INTOLERANCE is quite common. It’s also caused by adverse reaction to food. It’s caused by a deficiency of specific chemicals or enzymes, needed to digest a food substance and can also be caused by natural or synthetic chemicals in the food that the body is unable to tolerate.

The intolerance can be dependent on the quantity consumed. The symptoms that result are more chronic and can sometimes be delayed which makes the connection between cause and effect, most difficult to diagnose.

There are pages of information about allergies and food intolerances on the internet, but Dr. Clark’s research on food allergens and how we develop allergies is quite unique.

Our liver is an amazing organ and is responsible for the detoxification of otherwise harmful things consumed by what we eat and drink. These include chemical preservatives, flavorings, and coloring added to our foods plus the molecules of plastics, solvents, and metals that are picked up by our foods during harvesting, processing, and packaging.

If, what we send to our liver is more than it can handle, the contaminants that are not detoxed, roam free in the body through our blood and fluids bringing pain and other allergic reactions.

One of Dr. Clark’s discoveries was that parasites contribute to keeping the liver from doing its detoxifying job but how and why this happens was still to be researched.

Dr. Clark also realized a connection to magnetic polarization in that a healthy person’s cells have a north polarization during the daylight hours when nature designed us to be active.

She was convinced that we were meant to consume mainly north polarized substances such as fresh foods and clean water.

Dr. Clark found that aged foods which undergo long preservation methods or processing and the heavy metals added to our drinking water as part of the purification process, all have a south polarity and, in turn result in some of our cells becoming south polarized too.

Dr. Clark suspected this south polarization triggered a cell’s (and organ’s) normal alert system which resulted in the cell opening via an inflammation reaction to receive the body’s natural IgE treatment.

allergy detox smoothiesWhat would happen, however, is if a parasite or fluke is present and reaches these compromised cells, the fluke’s bacteria will invade the open cell and multiply producing d-tyramine, a special amine that can turn nearby substances from l-forms to d-forms of amino acids.

The l-amino acids in the vicinity of a buski parasite soon switch to d-forms and north polarities change to southerly. Because our body uses only l-forms and not d-forms of amino acids, we quickly find our body compromised and in deep trouble. It sounds pretty complicated, but the research she did speaks for itself.

Chemicals that are added or placed on food for growing, preservation, or for processing can become allergens if the body is not able to detox them and they become d-forms of amino acids and phenolics instead of the needed l-forms.

This can also happen through chemicals the food develops naturally. For example PIT (phenylisothiocyanate), found in many vegetables but mainly those of the cabbage family, is a cyanide that gives vegetables a natural protection from insects, disease, and grazing animals.

But if we eat too much of certain foods, even if they are considered “good foods”, our metabolism will be disturbed by the natural protective substances they contain.

We all have experienced this feeling at times. The danger occurs from parasites, their waste, bacteria, metals (such as nickel), and radioactivity, that are in us and looking for opportunities to penetrate cells that have been opened by an inflammation reaction.

Remember, a south polarity causes our body to change the amino acid structure from l- to d-forms and it is the d-forms that prevent the liver and pancreas enzymes from digesting and detoxifying our foods efficiently.

It is ironic that, when our organs and tissues recognize they need help, they call for the allergy-fighting mechanism PGE2 (prostaglandin E2), but the more PGE2 that is made by our tissues, the more inflammation we will experience.

This same inflammation, in turn, opens the doors of our cells to bacteria and viruses, which, bring us pain, diarrhea, bloating, gas, respiratory problems , sweats, and other allergic symptoms.

Our organs have specific preferences or attractions which are called tropisms. For example, certain herbs help the eye or throat. Food allergens also have tropisms and are attracted to specific organs.

This is the reason why every organ has its own allergy and sometimes more than one. When your liver can’t detoxify an allergic substance after we eat it, soon it finds the organ that it is attracted to (tropism) and if this organ has a south polarization from contaminants such as nickel or radioactivity, the organ’s cells will be open because of inflammation allowing the contaminant to enter.

HOW WE GET RID OF OUR ALLERGIES:
• Kill parasites and starve them of their favorite food
• Remove metals and radioactivity
• Do liver cleanses until the liver action is much better
• Change your food constantly to avoid overburdening our detoxifying mechanisms
• Eat only the freshest of food that has l-forms exclusively
• Avoid aged food regardless of its chemical preservation to avoid getting more d-forms
• Avoid the food allergen in connection to the disturbed organ

Our bodies use of and sensitivity to food is very complex. This complexity that provides tolerances can also lead to intolerances. Seasonal Allergy is another reactionary example.

Through Dr. Clark’s research on food, we now understand why sometimes enzymes are not able to digest what we consume and the liver is not able to detox our foods sufficiently. Parasites, their bacteria, and other contaminants constantly challenge our immune system and impede the action of our liver and organs.

The contaminants we ingest can also force our cells into a south polarity.Our body requires the l-forms of amino acids and cannot use the d-forms that result from contaminant induced south polarity. Plus, our natural defense to harmful materials attacking our tissues and organs produces PGE2 which causes inflammation and, ironically, opens the protective doors of our cells to bacteria and viruses.

An allergy and anyone who suffers with allergies will now better understand why.

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