THE ANUSARA METHOD

OXYGEN MEDICINE – OXYGEN OPTIMIZATION

CELLULAR RESPIRATION OPTIMIZATION – CELLULAR DETOX

The Anusara Method is a result of years of consolidation of simple but extremely effective methods and practices for optimal health and disease prevention. Nature is our guide and teacher. After over 20 years of experience, research, authorship, we have been able to find the best and most efficient approach for a step by step holistic approach for healing and disease prevention in accordance with the laws and abundance of Nature. .These are the simple steps, with all the detail in the tabs below.

5 Goals and Takeaways

1. What is the Anusara Method?

2. What are the goals of the Anusara Method?

3. The 5 Pillars of the Method – Overview

 

 

1. MEDICAL MASSAGE: ANUSARA MEDICAL MASSAGE THERAPY EACH TREATMENT: TUINA MASSAGE, YOGA THERAPY, PEMF, INFRARED LIGHT & HEAT COMBINED TREATMENT STRATEGY FOR INCREASED BIOELECTRICITY, DETOXING, MICRO-CiRCULATION AND CELLULAR RESPIRATION FOR OXYGEN AND NUTRIENT UPTAKE

2. EXERCISE: IMMUNE BUILDING, STRENGTH BUILDING, OXYGENATION THROUGH MOVEMENT AND BREATHING: 

3. CLEANSING: BODY AND CELLULAR DETOXING, MICROBIOME STRENGTHENING, INCREASED OXYGEN, BETTER DIGESTION, ABSORPTION AND ELIMINATION AS WELL AS IMPROVED CELLULAR RESPIRATION

4. NUTRITION: COMBINING THE BEST FOOD STRATEGIES INTO A COMPREHENSIVE PROTOCOL – NUTRIENT DENSE PLANT BASED NUTRITION: NUTRIENT SYNERGY – CELL EFFICIENCY SUPPORT FOR IMPROVED CELLULAR RESPIRATION, MICROBIOME STRENGTHENING AND BUILDING, IMPROVED OXYGEN AND NUTRIENT UPTAKE AND AN ALKALINE HIGH OXYGEN AND HIGH BIOELECTRICITY DIET 

5. PHYTOTHERAPY: HERBAL MEDICINE – TARGETED HERBAL STRATEGIES – WILD EDIBLES – DETOXING – OXYGEN UPTAKE IMPROVEMENT

THE BEGINNING OF OXYGEN ON EARTH – THE GREAT OXYGENATION EVENT

Our earth is about 4.5 billion years old. In the beginning, there were no living creatures at all and for the first 2 billion years, there was actually no oxygen on the earth. When the earliest living things came along, before the arrival of available oxygen, it was in the form of bacteria, and they were mostly in the oceans. They were anaerobic (living without oxygen being needed) in a time without oxygen present in the atmosphere. 

Then, a new type of bacteria came about and it had oxygen as its waste product and released oxygen to the local environment. Since the original bacteria did not like oxygen since it was toxic to them, and preferred the no-oxygen world, as the oxygen producers increased more and more, the original oxygen-averse bacteria died off in the first catastrophic die off of a species ever. It was called, the Great Oxygenation Event.

Let me tell you about a catastrophe. I don’t use that word lightly: This event was monumental, an apocalypse that was literally global in scale, and one of the most deadly disasters in Earth’s history.

It began about 2.5 billion years ago (though opinions vary). The Earth was very different then. There were no leafy plants, no animals, no insects. Although there may have been some bacterial life on land, it was the oceans that teemed with it, and even there, life was far simpler than it is today. Most of the bacteria thriving on Earth were anaerobic, literally metabolizing their food without oxygen.

But then an upstart appeared, and things changed. This new life came in the form of cyanobacteria, sometimes called blue-green algae.

Cyanobacteria are photosynthetic. They convert sunlight into energy and produce oxygen as a waste product. Back then, the Earth’s atmosphere didn’t have free oxygen in it as it does today. It was locked up in water molecules, or bonded to iron in minerals. [1]

Image result for photosynthesis cyanobacteria

Animals need oxygen. “You cannot evolve animals like us without having a significant amount of oxygen,” says geochemist Dick Holland of Harvard University. “Without the Great Oxidation Event [a dramatic rise of oxygen in Earth’s atmosphere some 2.3 billion years ago], we would not be here. No dinosaurs, no fish, no snakes – just a lot of microorganisms.”

Oxygen has not always been as abundant as it is today. Most scientists believe that for half of Earth’s 4.6-billion-year history, the atmosphere contained almost no oxygen.

Cyanobacteria or blue-green algae became the first microbes to produce oxygen by photosynthesis, perhaps as long ago as 3.5 billion years ago and certainly by 2.7 billion years ago. But, mysteriously, there was a long lag time – hundreds of millions of years – before Earth’s atmosphere first gained significant amounts oxygen, some 2.4 billion to 2.3 billion years ago. [2]

The appearance of oxygen on our globe induced profound changes in the nature of living systems which started to differentiate and build complex structures with complex functions. Oxidation was added to fermentation and unbridled proliferation was subjected to regulation. Fermentation demanded no structure, being the result of the action of a series of single molecules. Oxidation, with its electron flow, demanded structure and electronic mobility. To produce meaningful structures and complex functions the action of the single molecules had to be integrated. The question is: how could oxygen bring about these transformations? [2]

To evolve into higher beings and species requires lots of energy. With the rrival of oxygen, we can unleash higher energy potentials. As we can see, the interplay of the sun, environmental elements like water, and minerals like oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen and so many others, describes the complexity we now call humans, as we continue on our path to our higher form of life.

[1] Hydrogen, Bicarbonate, Magnesium and ATP, Dr Sircus Ac., OMD, https://drsircus.com/general/hydrogen-bicarbonate-magnesium-and-atp/, published December 2018 retrieved February 4, 2019

[2] Poisoned Planet, Slate News, https://slate.com/technology/2014/07/the-great-oxygenation-event-the-earths-first-mass-extinction.html, retrieved February 3, 2019

[3] Astrobiology, The Rise of Oxygen, https://www.astrobio.net/news-exclusive/the-rise-of-oxygen/, retrieved Feb 3, 2019

OXYGEN AND HUMANS – THE AMAZING OXYGEN JOURNEY

As we said, oxygen is critical for life. For us, imagine holding our breath for even just 15 minutes, pretty much impossible. To optimize health and use this fundamental element and critical source of energy best, we need these simple understandings as to how to optimize oxygen in our bodies and understand its importance. Let’s go step by step and follow the journey of oxygen from the air or food, to our cells and even further into the internal components of the cells, their organelles. 

  1. FROM OUTSIDE – First, the obvious, it needs to be available in abundant amounts. We need oxygen to survive and if there is a lack of available oxygen in the environment, we will not be healthy. The two main areas are:
    1. The air we breath
    2. The food we eat and an abundance of water (hydrogen and oxygen) and iron-rich foods
  2. TO THE INSIDE – From the outside environment, oxygen travels into our bodies. They key is efficiency and opportunity and starts with overall good health and a good diet. It starts with our breathing capacity, our blood circulation, then ultimately the oxygen goes into the cell and then to the internal cellular component called the mitochondria (the cell mini-organ or organelle) the energy power plant of each cell. 

The simple goal to optimize our health, is to get oxygen into the body, then into the cells (without being oxidized by free radicals), then combine with glucose, utilize electrons to increase energy output, and overall form energy so the body can do work like moving, building tissue, beating the heart, thinking, processing food etc. Let’s look at these areas in detail.

The ability to maintain oxygen homeostasis is essential for the survival of all living species. The physiological systems that ensure optimal oxygenation and energy supply for all cells in a living organism involve complex anatomical and physiological infrastructures that are present in all living things. Under physiological conditions, an adequate supply of oxygen is adequately provided by maintaining adequate circulation, However, if blood flow cannot be adequately provided, massive cell death and brain damages results. In aged individuals, the gradual rise in plasma osmolality [blood thickness] increases the viscosity of the circulating blood, leading to gradual perfusion failure of the red blood cells and a resulting failure to deliver oxygen and essential nutrients. [1]

Let’s take the oxygen journey even further with more detail and see just how oxygen plays a role in our survival and functioning in all areas.

FROM THE OUTSIDE – OXYGEN AVAILABILITY

Getting external oxygen into the body from the environment is where it all begins for us. We get our oxygen primarily by breathing. Best ways to manage this is to have fresh air as much as possible, air purifiers or negative ion air purifying devices when available, or increasing oxygen intake through exercise and lung conditioning in order to increase oxygen in the body.

Exercise and Lung Training

  1. Yoga – Stretching and deliberate strategic movement opens pathways for blood flow and oxygen (qi or prana) to flow properly – there are also proactive targeted breathing exercises like pranayama
  2. Breathwork – actively adds extreme breathing to oxygenate the body as well as lung training
  3. Swimming – a gentle exercise that not only gently massages the body without heavy resistance, but also strengthens the lungs and organs
  4. Taiji Quan (Tai Chi)
  5. Rebounding – personal trampolines
  6. Walking – and remember to swing the arms to increase lymph activation
  7. Frolov Device – Training the lungs and diaphragm to optimize oxygen and CO2 balance

TO THE INSIDE – THE OXYGEN JOURNEY INSIDE THE BODY

After oxygen enters the body, it needs to deal with the thick environment of the viscosity (thickness) of the blood. As time went on, techniques developed to improve the oxygen delivery efficiency. it is primarily distributed by red blood cells and the critical element to make this successful is iron in the red blood cell’s hemoglobin. Foods high in iron like leafy greens, nuts, and sea vegetables are helpful for this. Then, the blood is pumped by the heart. It is well known that vitamin K2 as well as healthy omega 3 fats, abundant electrolytes (electrically charged minerals) like magnesium and calcium, greatly improves this too. And ideally, the blood is not too thick (high osmolality) and the blood is well hydrated. Then, the delivery is improved if the blood vessels are supple and well opened and flexible allowing for good blood flow in the arteries and also a healthy heart. This is done through foods which promote nitric oxide like beets, nutrient-dense foods for overall heart health and even just being well hydrated.

As luck would have it, humans have evolved an elaborate method for carrying oxygen molecules through the blood. Iron and protein coordinate together to transport oxygen throughout the body, delivering it to every cell in the body. There, oxygen’s long journey will come to an end. To reach this final destination, however, we need a protein-metal complex that escorts oxygen through the blood. [2]

Low iron levels are the most common nutritional cause of low blood oxygen — and one of the most common causes, period, according to Stanford Blood Center. Your red blood cells are full of iron, which is found in a protein called hemoglobin. This iron binds to oxygen from the air you breathe, carries it throughout your body and releases it so it can enter your cells and tissues. Low iron levels — a condition that affects one-third of regular blood donors, according to Harvard Medical School — reduce the amount of oxygen in your blood. [3]

Beets are rich in natural chemicals called nitrates. Through a chain reaction, your body changes nitrates into nitric oxide, which helps with blood flow and blood pressure [6]

Along with specific minerals like oxygen, good hydration preventing overly thick blood, and other techniques, the overall environment and state of the blood, in terms of pH or acid/alkaline balance which is also critical. this effects the bioelectricity of our organs and blood, as well as oxygen availability.

Oxygen Factors for Health Optimization

  • Cellular Detox – Cell health – Fee radicals (rogue electrons) need to be neutralized since they can combine with oxygen to form superoxide (a process like rusting). Neutralization is best done by eating an abundance of antioxidants and healthy fats
  • Mitochondria health – Sometimes antioxidants do not get into the mitochondria to neutralize free radicals and they need to be neutralized by an enzyme called superoxide dismutase (SOD)
  • Vegetarians have 3 times as much SOD as the standard American diet. Women have much more than men.
  • SOD is directly related to aging. We simply rust internally and then get old and importantly, we take in less oxygen, remove less toxins, and the possibility of hypoxia increases

The foods that are rich sources of SOD, such as broccoli, cabbage, or barley grass, are also good sources of the minerals (zinc, copper, and manganese) that our bodies use to make our own SOD, and this may possibly explain the slight boost in blood SOD from supplements. [wikipedia]

SOD (Superoxide dismutase) is particularly important among various wheatgrass enzymes. … SOD is an essential antioxidant in cell activation. Besides scavenging free radicals and eliminating toxins, wheatgrass enzymes break down excessive fat and protein. It can even help in reducing tumors and cysts. [wikipedia]

OXYGEN UPTAKE AND UTILIZATION STAGES

There are many stages the oxygen must pass through in order to make it to its final target, the mitochondria of the cells and the energy (ATP) production phases in the mitochondria itself. ATP is simply an acronym for Adenosine Triphosphate. In simpler terms, it is like a brick of energy and is a specific quantifiable unit of energy which can be used by the body to build stuff and do work. Think of it like a battery or storehouse.

  1. Oxygen travels in the blood – Blood Circulation
  2. Oxygen arrives at the cell membrane – Crosses the membrane and goes into the cell
  3. Oxygen for Energy Production
  • Cell plasma energy production – Glycolosis
  • Cell mitochondria energy production – Krebbs Cycle and Electron Transport Train

 

STAGE 1 – BLOOD CIRCULATION

Optimizing Oxygenation circulation – good blood-flow and circulation. The exercises above are helpful with this but these can also be enhanced with the following

  1. Massage Therapy
  2. Acupuncture
  3. Heat, light and infrared therapies
  4. Exercise (see above)
  5. Nitrates and Nitric Oxide – Improved artery health and flexibility to best transport oxygen – better plumbing

STAGE 2 – OXYGEN ARRIVES AT THE CELLS – GOES TO THE PLASMA

1. Cell Membrane – The basic components required to make energy are oxygen and glucose from our food. The first place oxygen as well as glucose interact with the cells is at the cellular membrane when leaving from the blood and when crossing the membrane and entering into the cells. The cell membrane is made up of fats. Therefore the better the quality of the fats in the diet, the better the capability of the oxygen and glucose to cross the cell wall and get inside. Conditions like cancer and diabetes are negatively impacted by insulin resistance or oxygen resistance since the ideally supple cell membrane is made up of healthy fats and not of poor constituents like rigid and low quality junk food and animal saturated and hydrogenated fats.

2. Cell Membrane Quality – At this point, the health of the cell membrane is critical. If the cell membrane is broken or under-functioning in any way, ALL the processes of the cell are negatively impacted. Everything outside the cell are immaterial if this boundary is not working properly. Cell walls themselves can be inflamed. There is a separate tab for Cellular Detox which outlines the steps to address cellular detoxing and inflammation.

STAGE 3 – ENERGY PRODUCTION – CELLULAR RESPIRATION – THREE TYPES

  1. Energy Production – Anaerobic Glycolysis – In the Cell Plasma – Before getting to the cellular power plant, glucose has a stage of energy production in the plasma similar to fermentation. Basic processing of glucose to form units of energy called ATP are formed in the plasma of the cell outside the mitochondria. To best understand this, we simply look at it as being the early stage of evolution and a primitive cell energy production using simply the breakdown of glucose or sugar in a fermentation-like process to produce heat or energy. As we will see in the next stage, with the increased energy needs of higher forms of life like mammals, more energy was needed to meet the needs of advanced physical requirements and growth.
  2. Energy Production – Aerobic Glycolysis – In the Cell Plasma – Cancer – Cancer is a hybrid but natural respiration process. As we will see later in more detail, glucose enters the cell, and in the absence of oxygen, creates energy. In the situation of cancer, there may be oxygen present but, the continuation of the energy process (see item 3 below), it still uses the glycolysis process alone. One of the reasons a cancer cell may do this is efficiency. Cancer cells can process more glucose and can process it much more quickly. In the case of cancer, as it is a survival tool, the efficiency of time is chosen over the efficiency of quantity which is slower. This is called the Warburg effect based on the nobel prize winning research of Otto Warburg who clearly identified cancer as aerobic glycolysis and a process where there may be oxygen, but still uses glycolysis. As well will see later, the amount of oxygen may be critical and may be a trigger. Low oxygen, or hypoxia conditions is where there is simply not enough oxygen to complete the process explained in number 3 below.
  3. Energy Production – Mitochondria (organelle of the cell) Respiration – Cell energy Factory – An additional phase of energy production exists after glycolosis. The simple energy production process in the plasma creates ATP and pyruvate. The pyruvate moves into the mitochondria and is combined with oxygen in the mitochondria organelle to give even more units of energy ATP, as seen in the images below. This is the advanced cellular respiration or the Krebs Cycle and eventual electron transport chain. This is our basic energy production method throughout the body.

When glucose enters a cell, it is broken down under anaerobic conditions (absence of oxygen in glycolysis) into pyruvate. Pyruvate subsequently enters the mitochondria, and is quickly oxidized, in the presence of alpha-lipoic acid (ALA), to acetyl-CoA so that it can enter the Citric Acid Cycle and produce even more energy. In aerobic [oxygen based] respiration, acetyl-CoA is then channeled into the Krebs/Citric Acid Cycle to create the reduced forms of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADH) and flavin adenine dinucleotide (FADH2). NADH and FADH2 donate their electrons to the electron transport chain to make the high energy molecule ATP. This is how your body makes energy. [4]

 

 ATP production

 Journal of Cancer 07: 0817 image No. 002

The Nobel Prize was awarded to Dr. Peter Mitchell in 1978 for his theory of chemiosmosis. According to his model, Hydrogen is essential in the production of ATP in the mitochondria, the source of all energy in the cells, and therefore the body. This works through hydrogen dehydrogenase, a flavoprotein catalyzing the conversion of NAD+ to NADH by molecular hydrogen (H2); H2 + NAD+ → H+ + NADH.

Our body depends upon the energy gained from the food we eat. Food undergoes many processes and then finally ends in the release of ATP. Food is a primary source of hydrogen. If it is fresh and uncooked it provides an abundance of hydrogen. The hydrogen in food is tied up in complex molecules that must be metabolized (broken down) to release the hydrogen. [4]

[1] How does DNA let you Grab Oxygen, Helix.com, https://blog.helix.com/hemoglobin-sickle-cell-weekly-gene/, retrieved February 4, 2019

[2] Bioelectronics and Cancer,Szent-Györgyi, A. J Bioenergy Biomembranes (1973) 4: 533. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01516207, retrieved Feb 3, 2019

[3] Science Direct, Physiology of Aging, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0306987718310326?dgcid=raven_sd_aip_email, retrieved January 28, 2019

[4] Connors Clinic, https://www.connersclinic.com/cancer-poly-mva/, retrieved January 1, 2019

From an article on the definition of cellular detox by Dr Leona, Friday, 08 September 2017, on her blog post, she gives an excellent summary of cellular inflammation, and also lists the cellular detox steps and analysis of Dr. Pompa. (https://drleona.com/blog/2017/09/08/cellular-inflammation-definition-and-causes-2/)

An Introduction to the 5Rs

The 5Rs of True Cellular Detox, a model developed by Dr. Daniel Pompa, is subsequently the best approach to fix the cells and improve the body’s functions. Let’s briefly go over the 5Rs to cellular detox.

R1: Remove the Source

Removing the source is, unfortunately, one of the most overlooked Rs. In order to control numerous serious conditions like diabetes or heart disease, it is very important to remove the source. Most of the healthcare practitioners, including allopathic and alternative, treat the symptoms of chronic illness without considering the primary cause or source. Instead of getting to the source, which may be toxic in nature, most practitioners dabble with downstream symptoms in their attempts to fix the issue.

We must remove the interference. If we don’t remove the barriers to healing, the patients will not get well long-term.

R2: Regenerate the Cell Membrane

While removing toxins from the body, it is very important to regenerate the inner and outer cell membrane. If the cell membrane is inflamed, it will not allow nutrients to enter the cell and toxins to exit.

When the membrane is regenerated, it is able to communicate properly with other cells and bring changes in the DNA and in gene expression. If the cell membrane is unable to regenerate, it will not be able to detox or change gene expression.

Regenerating the cell membrane may be the most important R of all. We can’t get the patient well without fixing the cell membrane.

R3: Restore Cellular Energy (ATP)

It is very important to restore cellular energy. In fact, increasing cellular energy is the first step to improving overall health. Without restoring cellular energy, it will be challenging to benefit from other treatments. The cells will not have sufficient energy to function properly.

With lower cellular energy, inflammation will increase. Due to this, you will feel very lethargic and lazy. You might not have the energy to get out of bed or even get through the day. In addition, you may experience some general pain and brain fog. This defect in basic cellular metabolism may be the primary cause of your illness. It is necessary to restore cellular energy to improve your condition.

R4: Reduce Inflammation and Oxidative Stress in the Cells

As mentioned earlier, it is extremely important to reduce inflammation to control chronic illness. With this stress, this is certainly not possible. In order to reduce inflammation, it is crucial to reduce oxidative stress. If you’re unable to reduce oxidative stress, your detox attempts are likely to fail. R4 is the most basic of the 5Rs, and the key treatment to reversing this is with The Cellular Healing Diet.

R5: Reestablish Methylation Pathways

Methylation is a standard process in which the body performs and manages many responsibilities. One of the most important responsibilities of this process is to turn the good genes on and bad genes off. Detoxification of bad hormones, such as toxic estrogen, which is linked to so many cancers today, is another responsibility of methylation. In fact, this process is the key to starting and stopping most cellular functions. Thus, it may be considered a process to sustain life.

Stress is one of the most important factors for depletion of methyl groups. It is important to understand that the human body considers physical, emotional, and chemical stress to be the same. Therefore, it responds in the same way to every kind of stress. Stress puts your DNA at risk.

You also need to take care of the chemical exposure from various products that may be toxic. Some of these include personal care products, nonorganic foods, silver amalgam fillings, city water, grain-fed meats, vaccinations, and so on. When you add these toxic substances with other stressors (emotional or physical), methyl depletion will cause some serious health problems.

My focus on the 5Rs has helped my patients and me recover from many chronic diseases and improve overall health. I use various combinations of the 5Rs throughout patients’ treatment plans to help get their health back. With this approach, it is such a joy to see my patients feel better, lose weight, gain more energy, and transform their lives!

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One of the best and simplest ways to increase oxygen in the body, is to improve cellular respiration. Improving cellular performance, improving cellular plumbing so to speak, greatly improves cellular efficiency and also eliminates the hypoxia triggers which can cause cancer.

 

 

 

Vegan Budwig Recipe – Blend and eat once daily

  • 6 ounces organic vegan cultured item – vegan kefir, vegan yoghurt
  • 4 tablespoons sprouted and fresh ground chia or flax
  • 2 tablespoons of hemp seeds
  • 1 tablespoon organic flaxseed oil
  • 1 teaspoon organic whole turmeric powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon organic black pepper

 

Simple Green Smoothies
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Raw Family – Green Smoothies
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Salad Recipes
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Natural Hygiene

Oxygen-Friendly Body Environment – An Alkaline Diet

The world and our own planet is full of electromagnetic fields, electricity, and even electricity in our bodies. We have bioelectricity or charges of particles in the body just like electricity in the world around us. Atoms have charges; positive (protons) and negative (electrons). When these are balanced or paired, there is no net charge, but things change when these elements are unpaired or when electrons (negatively charged particles) are either donated or otherwise gained from other atoms, creating unpaired elements. In that case, there is a net charge because of the imbalance. This imbalance of available electrons is also called free radicals where renegade electrons damage other atoms and molecules and can cause harmful oxidation, similar to rusting. For humans, to combat this best, we use antioxidants.

This occurs regularly in our bodies and is especially important when it comes to our own blood which is very dangerous if extremely imbalanced, a person could go into a coma and die. This state can be measured by pH which stands for potential hydrogen and is basically a gauge of acidity or alkalinity. It is a scale of 0 to 14 primarily, with the higher number (higher potential hydrogen), being more acidic, 7 being neutral and 0 being the most alkaline. The perfect pH is 7.14. Too high is alkalosis and too low is acidosis.

From a technical perspective, it is about two elements, hydrogen ions and hydroxide ions [defined by wikipedia]:

An ion is an atom or group of atoms where the number of electrons is not equal to the number of protons. When an atom loses or gains electrons, a positive or negative charge is the result. If electrons are gained, the ion is a cation and when electrons are lost, it is an anion.

An acid is a substance that donates hydrogen ions. Because of this, when an acid is dissolved in water, the balance between hydrogen ions and hydroxide ions is shifted. … Because the base [alkaline base] “soaks up” hydrogen ions, the result is a solution with more hydroxide ions than hydrogen ions. This kind of solution is alkaline.

In simple terms, this means we are dealing with hydrogen, and whether the water environment of the hydrogen is more prominently donating or gaining electrons, negatively charged particles, and whether it is more hydrogen ions than hydroxide ions. More acidic, more hydrogen ions, more potential hydrogen or pH.

More importantly, there is a simple formula of efficiency in the body which directly impacts us tremendously which includes voltage, or the transmission of charges in the body and especially for cells.

More Acidity – Less Oxygen – Lower Voltage

More Alkalinity – More Oxygen – Higher Voltage

For us, the greatest impact on our pH is our food. Overall, a plant based alkaline, nutrient rich, iron rich, vitamin and mineral rich diet is more alkaline (more likely to supply us with oxygen) and therefore makes the body more efficient in getting oxygen into the tissues and reducing inflammation. An acidic diet is usually causing inflammation which also interferes with many functions of the body including organ, gland and cellular deficiencies. Acidity is also related to toxicity which in simplistic terms, causes inflammation and also displaces oxygen, giving less available oxygen to the various systems of the body.

Picture(Image from Weebly, https://basesproject.weebly.com/ph-and-poh.html, Acids and Bases)

Gerson Technique

Breuss Juice Recipe

Oxygen-based cleansing

Oxygen Therapies

OXYGEN SUPPORT – ADVANCED SUPPLEMENTS

  1. Megahydrate Product (GHC) – Increasing cellular respiration
    1. Breathwork, exercise/yoga good for similar effects
  2. Vitamin D3 – Plant Based (mushroom or lichen) – Process cofactor with hundreds of processes in the body and cancer support
    1. Source of Life Garden D3 or
    2. GHC Suntrex D3
    3.  Check D3 levels through blood work
  3. Probiotics – Megaspore – Microbiome Labs
    1. medical grade spore based – Spore-based ensures probiotics not damaged by digestive juices
    2. High CFU
  4. Vitamin B12 – Nervous System Support
    1. vegansafe B12 – GHC
      1. Adenosylcobalamin
      2. Methylcobalamin
    2. Checked through B12 test and MMA (methylmalonic acid) test
  5. Cell Fuzion (GHC)
    1. Reducing cellular inflammation
    2. Cell Nutrition Support -Increasing cellular respiration and oxygen
    3. mitochondria quantity improvement
    4. with food use kiwis for PQQ
  6. Frolov Device – Increasing oxygen and CO2 balancing for better circulation – Lung Training  breathing device
  7. Systemic Enzymes – Anti-inflammation and anti-cancer (trophoblastic theory) – Veganzyme (GHC)
  8. Vitamin K2 – Increasing cellular respiration and oxygen – mitochondria quality improvement
    1. Food like Natto (Rhapsody Farms or Nyrture NY)
    2. Microbiomelabs megaquinine K2
  9. Poly-MVA – Similar to effects with yoga, rebounding – proactively targets improving cellular respiration

Poly-MVA exists as a nutritional supplement that is unique to free radical biology, since palladium is a transition mineral that can catalyze aerobic respiration, thus mimicking our cells electron transport chain. This enhanced ability to both accept and donate charge has significant physiological implication. By utilizing this novel redox molecule we have demonstrated in our studies the ability to take advantage of the metabolic dysfunction and help support proper cellular function. In contrast, the supplemental energy provides a boost to other cells. Furthermore, since this LAMC formulation is a potent free radical scavenger, it attenuates reperfusion-induced cell damage. (*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease..)  [PolyMva Website, https://polymva.com/information-packet/, detailed download p5, retrieved January 1, 2019]

Plant based foods are medicines. As Hippocrates said, “Let food be they Medicine”. In addition to our daily foods, herbs and wild-harvested edibles are focused and targeted therapeutic with very effective results and rarely having side-effects like pharmaceuticals. The following are our main focuses for targeted herbal phytotherapeutic strategies and support.

Herbs – Phytotherapy

  1. Tommy Priester Master Herbalist and my teacher – Bear Medicine Herbs
  2. Global Healing Center GHC with Spagyric processing for herbs and cleanses 

oils

 

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SPECIAL TOPIC – CANCER AND HYPOXIA

Focussing on oxygen medicine is good for all conditions but especially cancer. A lack of oxygen is the trigger for cancer genes to create cancer cells. As I noted in my book,  The Nature of Cancer, we explain how cancer is a natural process of the body occurring to save our lives. It is not a mutation or pathogen, it is a normal process and creates tumors to manifest alternative ways to generate energy in an environment with a lack of oxygen, hypoxia. Tumor and tissue cancer is a result of this hypoxia, an oxygen deficiency. This was proven by Nobel Prize Winner Otto Warburg for his work, twice, starting the early part of the last century, and has been confirmed by many scientists for decades.

Hypoxia is a non-physiological level of oxygen tension, a phenomenon common in a majority of malignant tumors. Tumor-hypoxia leads to advanced but dysfunctional vascularization and acquisition of epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition phenotype resulting in cell mobility and metastasis. Hypoxia alters cancer cell metabolism and contributes to therapy resistance by inducing cell quiescence. Hypoxia stimulates a complex cell signaling network in cancer cells, including the HIF, PI3K, MAPK, and NFĸB pathways, which interact with each other causing positive and negative feedback loops and enhancing or diminishing hypoxic effects. This review provides background knowledge on the role of tumor hypoxia and the role of the HIF cell signaling involved in tumor blood vessel formation, metastasis, and development of the resistance to therapy. Better understanding of the role of hypoxia in cancer progression will open new windows for the discovery of new therapeutics targeting hypoxic tumor cells and hypoxic microenvironment.

INTERNATIONAL TREATMENT CENTERS
Hippocrates Institute – Florida
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Ann Wigmore Institute – Puerto Rico
http://annwigmore.org/

OHI – Optimum Health Institute – California and Texas
http://www.optimumhealth.org/

CHI – Creative Health Institute – Michigan
http://creativehealthinstituteusa.com/

LOCAL TRAINING (MASSACHUSETTS)
OHS – Optimum Health Solutions
http://www.OptimumHealthSolution.org

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TAKE ACTION – 5 EASY STEPS – THE ANUSARA METHOD

1. ANUSARA MEDICAL MASSAGE THERAPY: TUINA MASSAGE, YOGA, PEMF, INFRARED LIGHT & HEAT COMBINED TREATMENT STRATEGY FOR INCREASED BIOELECTRICITY, DETOXING, CiRCULATION AND CELLULAR RESPIRATION FOR OXYGEN AND NUTRIENT UPTAKE

Systemic body support – bioelectricity (nervous system) enhancement – The removal of blockages and resistance interfering with the resources of the body – This is accomplished by our enhanced Tam Healing System targeted medical massage therapy.

ELEMENTS

  1. Tam Healing System Massage – focus on the Central Nervous System – removing blockages and unleash natural resources of the body
  2. Infrared healing light and heat therapy – Amethyst Crystal Mat or Solostar medical grade hyperthermia tabletop infrared treatment
  3. Yoga Therapy
  4. Essential oil diffusion
  5. Negative Ion Generation
  6. Magnet therapy and PEMF generation from the biomat
  7. Nutrition Support
  8. Herbal Support

BENEFITS

  1. Increase bioelectricity (nerve messaging system and communication)
  2. Increase blood circulation and oxygen delivery
  3. Support organ functionality and renovation
  4. Support gland functionality and renovation
  5. Boosts the immune system (moves lymph circulation)
  6. Releases nerve entrapment (tight muscles)
  7. Increases cellular regulation (cell pumps) with an increase in voltage – more toxins out, more oxygen in
  8. Support the gut-brain axis by working with the vagus nerve
  9. Directly supports oxygen in the body by focusing on the phrenic nerve which works with the diaphragm
  10. Improves digestion, absorption and elimination – removing organ blockages and enhancing organ blood-flow and bioelectricity

2. EXERCISE: IMMUNE BUILDING, OXYGENATION THROUGH MOVEMENT AND BREATHING – As we stated, exercise is our physical way to support the immune system, increase lymph circulation, and above all, get oxygen into the body from the environment. Here are 10 Recommendations:

  1. Yoga
  2. Breathwork – extremely powerful body oxygenation, cleansing and detoxing on all levels
  3. Pranayama breathing techniques
  4. Taiji Quan (Tai Chi)
  5. Swimming
  6. Aerobic exercises – simple ones like a treadmill , elliptical machines, or even just walking (swing your arms)
  7. Oxygenation training – Frolov Device and Bouteyko methodsWalking
  8. Rebounding – excellent source of oxygen and immune building (see book The Cancer Answer)
  9. Sports like tennis, basketball
  10. Hiking, walking

Move it or lose it as they say! Whatever works for you but be consistent.

3. CLEANSING: BODY AND CELLULAR DETOXING, MICROBIOME STRENGTHENING, INCREASED OXYGEN, BETTER DIGESTION, ABSORPTION AND ELIMINATION AS WELL AS IMPROVED CELLULAR RESPIRATION

  1. Colon Health – Recover tired and injured organs and glands – start with the colon cleanse with a super effective oxygen-based, convenient colon cleanse
  2. Removing toxins – colon and other organ health and cellular detoxing
  3. Increasing oxygenation
  4. Increasing Digestion, absorption and elimination – for detoxing and regeneration
  5. Removing heavy metals – they disrupt cells, displace oxygen, feed viruses like EBV
  6. Flushing the liver – liver cleanse
  7. Kidney Cleanse
  8. Removing parasites
  9. Strengthening the kidneys
  10. Losing weight
  11. Having more energy

4. NUTRIENT DENSE PLANT BASED NUTRITION: CELL EFFICIENCY SUPPORT FOR IMPROVED CELLULAR RESPIRATION, MICROBIOME STRENGTHENING AND BUILDING, IMPROVED OXYGEN AND NUTRIENT UPTAKE INCLUDING AN ALKALINE HIGH OXYGEN AND HIGH BIOELECTRICITY DIET 

FOOD STRATEGY

From the best healing diets, I have combined the best elements together. The different approaches of the Budwig Diet, Wigmore Diet, Natural Hygiene Diet, Breuss Juice Cancer Strategy and The Gerson Technique ALL focus on plant based nutrition with nutrient dense foods and cleansing strategies. The goal is to accelerate toxins out, accelerate oxygen in, and support rebuilding and regeneration with nutrient dense plant based foods. These are their strengths we adopted:

  1. Budwig Diet – Increased cellular respiration, cellular breathing, to increase oxygen and cellular performance with flax oils and sulphurated proteins recipe along with plant based nutrition meals
  2. Ann Wigmore and Hippocrates Diet- Sprouts, Sea Vegetables, Fermented Foods, greens, juicing
  3. Natural Hygiene – High Fruit, 80-10-10 (carbs, protein, fats ratio in the diet) for abundant nutrients, fruit supplies an abundance of glucose which, along with oxygen, fuels the normal aerobic cellular respiration energy power-plant operations of the mitochondria
  4. Dr Breuss and Gerson protocols – Breuss juice primarily with carrot, beet, potato and the Gerson technique using pure carrot juice – accelerated cleansing and detoxing to allow ample amounts of oxygen back into the cells

FOOD DETAIL

A. LAND VEGETABLES

  1. Cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, kale and cabbage) – Anti-cancer, SOD support, mineral dense
  2. Root vegetables – carrots, daikon, radish, beets) – Anti-cancer, oxygenating, natural ATP production, anti-oxidants – Beets especially are abundant in nitric oxide which increases/relaxes arterial circulation and oxygen availability
  3. Fruit – Berries, avocados, bananas, avocados, dragon fruit, kiwi, papaya, pineapple, mango, durian, langka – Natural ATP energy production (glucose), vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, water
  4. Nuts and Seeds – support cell membrane health, improve cellular respiration, reduces inflammation, great sources of protein:
    1. Nuts – Almonds, cashews, pistachio, pecans, Brazil nuts, pine nuts, macadamia nuts) – Rich in antiinflammation omega 3, reduce insulin resistance
    2. Seeds – sunflower, flax, chia, hemp, sesame, hemp
  5. Mushrooms
    1. Button, portabella, reishi, maitake, shitake
    2. SOD support
    3. immune building
    4. nutrient dense
    5. anti-cancer
  6. Leafy Greens
    1. kale, spinach, collard greens, turnip greens, romaine, chard and beet greens, bak choi, dandelion greens, carrot greens
    2. SOD support
    3. alkalizing – essential minerals
    4. nutrient dense
    5. iron and oxygen support
    6. antioxidant-rich
    7. vitamin K
  7. Microgreens
    1. Wheatgrass – a shot of wheatgrass juice is like 20 pounds of raw vegetables – Uses, Research and cases
    2. barley grass
    3. kale microgreens
    4. Radish, Broccoli, sunflower microgreens/sprouts
    5. Oxygen rich
    6. anti-inflammation
    7. ATP enhancer
    8. nerve regenerative
    9. nutrient rich
    10. High SOD
  8. Fermented Food
    1. Natto, vegan yoghurt, vegan kefir, sauerkraut, gut shot sauerkraut water, fermented vegetables, kimchi
    2. Immune and gut building (80% of our immune system is in the gut)
    3. Anti-inflammation
    4. Increases neurotransmitters (80% neurotransmitters like serotonin come from the gut)
    5. Create essential enzymes
  9. Herbs – Phytotherapy
    1. Tommy Priester Master Herbalist and my teacher – Bear Medicine Herbs
    2. Global Healing Center GHC with Spagyric processing for herbs and cleanses 
  10. Sprouts:
    1. Sprouted Greens  – Broccoli, alfalfa, sunflower, bean like mung or adjuki, radish – Anti-cancer, anti-inflammation, oxygen boosting, extremely mineral dense
    2. Sprouted Grains/Seeds – rye, buckwheat, wheat, flax, chia – Organic and always sprouted is the key – Loaded with protein, good for ATP energy production, B vitamin strong

B. SEA VEGETABLES

  1. Sea Vegetables are very nutritious
    1. Main ones – dulse, kelp, nori, wakame, arame
    2. Best natural source – Larch Hansen – the Seaweed Man
    3. Highest alkaline food on the planet
    4. loaded with minerals especially iodine for thyroid support
    5. Bluegreen algae (e3live), spirulina, chlorella also excellent

C. TOP 5 FOODS FOR OXYGENATION AND IRON

  1. Wheatgrass – High in oxygen related minerals – high in Superoxide Dismutase (SOD)

The chlorophyll in wheatgrass carries high levels of oxygen (among other things), which is especially powerful in assisting the body to restore abnormalities at a cellular level. The high content of oxygen in chlorophyll helps deliver more oxygen to the blood, nourishing your cells with every heart beat. [Wikipedia]

SOD (Superoxide dismutase) is particularly important among various wheatgrass enzymes. It can effectively scavenge free radicals. Once the SOD reserve in the body drops, oxides induce pathological changes in cells and subsequently the cells lose their self-repair ability. SOD not only prevents various affluent syndromes, it slows down the natural aging process. SOD is an essential antioxidant in cell activation. Besides scavenging free radicals and eliminating toxins, wheatgrass enzymes break down excessive fat and protein. It can even help in reducing tumors and cysts. [Top Benefits of Wheatgrass – https://www.ecomall.com/greenshopping/wheatgrass.htm]

2. Beets – increase blood vessel efficiency, oxalic acid for increased oxygen delivery

Beets are packed with anti-inflammatory phytonutrients, such vulgaxanthin, betanin, and isobetanin. The phytonutrients inhibit the enzymes that notify cells to “flame up” – which is normally a healthy and protective action. However, when dealing with chronic inflammation, this “flaming up” exacerbates issues and causes pain. [Familywize, Top 5 Benefits of Beets, https://familywize.org/blog/the-top-5-health-benefits-of-beets]

Beets and beet greens are loaded with life-giving minerals, including magnesium (which has lots of benefits, including Alzheimer’s prevention), potassium (which aids heart, kidneys, muscle, nerve, and digestive functions), copper, iron, and phosphorus, an essential mineral aiding cell function throughout the body – and it’s good for bones and teeth, too. Beets are also a great source of Vitamins A, B, and C, as well as healthy fiber. [Familywize, Top 5 Benefits of Beets, https://familywize.org/blog/the-top-5-health-benefits-of-beets]

3. Iron rich foods – Natto, Greens like spinach, chard, kale and collards, lentils, nuts, grains (should be whole and sprouted), some fruit. Below are tips from Health Line [https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/iron-rich-plant-foods#section7]

About 65 percent of iron in the body is in the hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is a protein in the red blood cells that is responsible for transporting oxygen to the cells.

Beans, peas and lentils are rich in iron. These legumes also contain good amounts of protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals and beneficial plant compounds that may reduce your risk of various diseases.

Nuts and seeds are good sources of non-heme iron, as well as an array of other vitamins, minerals, fiber, healthy fats and beneficial plant compounds

Prune juice, olives and mulberries are the three types of fruit with the highest iron concentration per portion. These fruit also contain antioxidants and a variety of other nutrients beneficial to health.

Whole grains generally contain more iron than refined grains. The varieties listed above are particularly rich in iron but also contain several other nutrients and plant compounds beneficial to health.

Eat vitamin C-rich foods: Consuming vitamin C-rich foods together with foods rich in non-heme iron may increase the absorption of iron by up 300% [National Academies Press – https://www.nap.edu/read/10026/chapter/11]

Soak, sprout and ferment: Soaking, sprouting and fermenting grains and legumes can improve iron absorption by lowering the amount of phytates naturally present in these foods [Pub Med – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20200263]

4. Sea Vegetables – Highest alkaline foods in the world – mineral dense

Sea vegetables may be a better source of bioavailable iron than previously thought. One tablespoon of dried sea vegetable will contain between 1/2 milligram and 35 milligrams of iron, and this iron is also accompanied by a measurable amount vitamin C. Since vitamin C acts to increase the bioavailability of plant iron, this combination in sea vegetables may offer a special benefit.

5. Gingko Biloba – Improves erythrocyte (Hemoglobin container) efficiency

With the intake of ginkgo, a better O2-supply for organs and tissues is guaranteed not only through an increased blood perfusion but also through an improved load of the single erythrocyte with hemoglobin (MCHC) by 4.8% as well as through reduction of the hematocrit (Hct) by 12.0%. [Increased Oxygen in Metabolic Syndrome Patients Treated with Gingko Biloba – http://www.bloodjournal.org/content/124/21/4876?sso-checked=true]

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