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Non-Communicable Diseases

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Non-Communicable Diseases

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Non-Communicable Diseases

  1. 1. The health of our society
  2. 2. •Parkinson's •Alzheimer's •Dementia •Attention Deficit Disorder •Autism-spectrum disorders •Depression •Bipolar Disorder •Fibromyalgia •Cardio Vascular •Heart Disease •Cancer •C.O.P.D. •Mental Disorders The Rise of NCD’s Non-Communicable Diseases •High Blood Pressure •High Cholesterol •Cardiac Arrhythmia's •Asthma •Allergies •Bronchitis •Emphysema •Sleep Apnea Causes: Toxic food Lack of activity Toxic Medical Care Toxic Life Styles
  3. 3.  Claude Bernard declared, “All the vital mechanisms...have only one object – to preserve constant the conditions of ... the internal environment” 1935  Based on Homeostasis  Your System will develop Disease from pathogens, genetic, or systems wear out  Medical prevention of disease “vital signs” Blood pressure, pulse rate, temp. genetic causes Medical Model
  4. 4.  In medicine, major diseases now rise in prevalence, such as essential hypertension and type 2 diabetes, whose causes the homeostasis model cannot explain.…And treating these diseases with drugs to fix low- level mechanisms that are not broken turns out not to work particularly well. Principles of Allostasis: optimal design, predictive regulation, pathophysiology and rational therapeutics. Peter Sterling Cambridge University
  5. 5. Helsinki businessmen study 1974 -1980/89 10year/15 year
  6. 6. Discussion The unexpected result of the Helsinki Businessmen Study seemed to give a pessimistic impression of multifactorial primary prevention, … 18 year results still show a higher mortality in the intervention than in the control group… . As a whole, the Helsinki Businessmen Study results cannot be interpreted as refuting the current idea of cardiovascular risk factors.
  7. 7. Dermatologist. Gastroenterologist Hematologist. Endocrinologist Nephrologist.. Neurologist Rheumatologist Modern Health Care 19th Century Thinking Pulmonologist
  8. 8. Americans get sick more often than Europeans and people in other industrialized countries. And since the mid-1990s the number of Americans has nearly doubled suffering from: •chronic diseases •Heart disease •Asthma •Cancer •diabetes America’s infant mortality has increased and life span has plunged . the food we eat and the medical therapies we use genetically modified organisms, or GMOs DNA of other species Creating new organisms that did not exist in nature
  9. 9. Rise of NCD’s will Bankrupt the world by 2030 WHO 47 Trillion USD’s
  10. 10. 50% of U.S. Children Have Chronic Disease/Disorders, 21% Developmentally Disabled Current rate of Autism 1 in 33 boys 2007 Academic Pediatrics, an estimated 43% to 54.1% of US children (32 million) have a chronic health conditions . 2011 issue of Pediatrics Between 1997 and 2008, the number of school-age children diagnosed with autism, ADHD, or another developmental disability. 2011 Archives of General Psychiatry and it found that the U.S. has the highest in the world lifetime rate of bipolar disorder at 4.4% 2013 autism, ADHD, or another developmental disability=amount to 21% By 2016 60%-70% of American children, chronically ill, obesity, infertility.
  11. 11. Aluminum Injected •Currently children are getting 74 doses of 17 shots containing aluminum •quadrupling of the amount given since the 1970’s •Hepatitis A • Hepatitis B • DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis) • MMR • Hib • Pneumococcal • Gardasil (HPV) vaccines over a milligram of Aluminum; a concentration & dosage that is 10 – 20 times more toxic than Mercury Multiple vaccines are far worse, over a 1000 micrograms on average for a triple set shot Liked to auto-immune disorders: Downs Syndrome, Autism, Schizophrenia, ALS, Lupus, Parkinson’s & Alzheimer’s Disease
  12. 12. Multiple Vaccinations affecting gut Abnormal Before Normal After
  13. 13. Despite a lack of good-quality evidence we do not recommend that any further research on this topic is undertaken Lancet Infect Dis. 2004 Feb;4(2):84-90. Adverse events after immunisation with aluminium- containing DTP vaccines: systematic review of the evidence “Assessment of the safety of aluminium in vaccines is important because replacement of aluminium compounds in currently licensed vaccines would necessitate the introduction of a completely new compound that would have to be investigated before licensing. No obvious candidates to replace aluminium are available, so withdrawal for safety reasons would severely affect the immunogenicity and protective effect of some currently licensed vaccines and threaten immunization programs worldwide.”
  14. 14. CDC Whistleblower Announces That the MMR Vaccine Causes Autism CDC whistleblower, William Thompson, Thompson admitted that the CDC had deliberately withheld crucial evidence proving that the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine caused autism. …research carried out by the CDC in Atlanta, Georgia, revealed that when African-American boys under the age of 36 months were given the MMR vaccine, the rate of autism in this group rose by 340 percent. In a desperate bid to cover up this tragedy, the CDC decided to fix the data and eliminated all African-American boys without a Georgia birth certificate. 340% increase in Autism covered up in 2004
  15. 15. Thus, rising autistic disorder prevalence is directly related to vaccines manufactured utilizing human fetal cells
  16. 16. Journal of Toxicology Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 491316, 27 pages Aluminum-Induced Entropy in Biological Systems: Implications for Neurological Disease All these findings plausibly implicate Al adjuvants in pediatric vaccines as causal factors contributing to increased rates of autism spectrum disorders in countries where multiple doses are almost universally administered. Also, as shown by Goldman and Miller in studies published in 2011 and 2012, strong correlations between infant mortality rates and the number of doses of vaccines administered also suggest deleterious impact of multiple exposures to their components.
  17. 17.  a macaque monkey (primates) study of the very same vaccines given to children during 1994-1999, Laura Hewitson, PhD  biological changes and altered behaviors did occur in vaccinated monkeys, which resembled … ASD diagnosed children.  no such symptoms showing or present in unvaccinated monkeys. Research Paper :Neurobiological Experimentals in 2010 and titled “Influence of pediatric vaccines on amydgala growth and opioid ligand binding in rhesus macaque infants: A pilot study.”
  18. 18.  molecular mimicry is an important factor in autoimmune disease  first published in 1985 and since that time substantial evidence has accumulated  causing many autoimmune diseases including: diabetes, lupus, scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, autism  “even though the data regarding the relation between vaccination and autoimmune disease is conflicting some autoimmune phenomena are clearly related to immunization”  J.Autoimmun. 2000 feb 14(1) 1-10 Vaccinations and Molecular Mimicry
  19. 19. 2002, the journal Lancet polio vaccine was responsible for up to half of the 55,000 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cases that were occurring each year. SV40, a cancer-causing monkey virus •1994,Dr. Michele Carbone, a Loyola University researcher, found the virus SV40, which had never before been detected in humans •in half of the human lung tumors •60 different lab studies have confirmed the results •Lung cancers •Brain cancers •Bone cancers •lymphatic cancers
  20. 20. Drugs that are known to cause epigenetic changes include : •statin cholesterol-lowering drugs, •antidepressants, •beta blockers •Diuretics • tamoxifen •methotrexate, •anti-inflammatories •even anesthetics, •oral contraceptives • antibiotics. Permanent changes in the epigenome Researchers are most concerned that drugs may produce defects in subsequent generations. They speculate that the current diabesity epidemic may be hastened by drugs. [Metabolism Clinical and Experimental 57: (2008) S16– S23] Epigenetics genes can be turned on (expressed) or turned off (silenced)
  21. 21. Epigenetics genes can be turned on (expressed) or turned off (silenced) …pharmaceuticals may be involved in the etiology of : •heart disease •Cancer •nerve and mental disorders •Obesity •Diabetes •Leukemia •bipolar disorder •Schizophrenia •Infertility •and sexual dysfunction. …"consequences for modern medicine are profound, since it would imply that our current understanding of pharmacology is an oversimplification." [Metabolism Clinical and Experimental 57: (2008) S16–S23]
  22. 22.  Elderly hospital patients who are given a common type of sedative to help them sleep have an increased risk of symptoms of delirium,  70% increased risk of symptoms of delirium.  300% increase of inattentive  300% increase of altered consciousness  500% of disorganized speech  These drugs block the actions of an important brain chemical called acetylcholine and can cause hallucinations, among other symptoms.  Archives of Internal Medicine 2001;161:2091-2097 Antihistamines Benadryl and Sominex
  23. 23.  Anticholinergic drugs block a nervous system neurotransmitter called acetylcholine. Those suffering from Alzheimer's disease typically have a marked shortage of acetylcholine.  Examples include night-time pain relievers, antihistamines, and other sleep aids, such as:  Excedrin PM  Tylenol PM  Nytol  Sominex  Unisom  Benadryl  Dramamine "Simply put, we have confirmed that anticholinergics, something as seemingly benign as a medication for inability to get a good night's sleep or for motion sickness, can cause or worsen cognitive impairment, specifically long-term mild cognitive impairment which involves gradual memory loss. “ Malaz Boustani, M.D., IU School of Medicine associate professor of medicine, Antihistamines linked to Alzheimer's
  24. 24.  (NSAIDs) caused a greater than 10-fold increase in the risk of Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)  Archives of Internal Medicine June 2000; 160: 777-784.  The study followed more than 80,000 women between the ages of 31 and 50 years who were initially hypertension-free.  two years later  women who used NSAIDs 22 days or more per month, the risk of high-blood pressure increased some 86 percent. Nonetheless, it was concluded that a large portion of U.S. hypertension cases may be the result of over-using these pain medications  Archives of Internal Medicine. October 28, 2002;162:2204-2208 NSAIDs May Cause 20% of all Heart Failures and cause High blood pressure
  25. 25.  13 studies were included. Of 34533 patients, 18315 received intensive glucose    lowering treatment and 16218 standard treatment.   a more than twofold increase in the risk of severe hypoglycaemia.  Over a treatment period of five years, 150 patients would need to be treated to avoid one myocardial infarction  142 patients to avoid one episode of microalbuminuria  47% increase in risk of congestive heart failure  9% reduction of glucose = 19% increase in all cause mortality  14% reduction of glucose = 43% increase in cardiovascular death.  BMJ 2011; 343 doi: 10.1136/bmj.d4169 (Published 26 July 2011) Cite this as: BMJ 2011;343:d4169 9% reduction of glucose = 19% increase in all cause mortality 14% reduction of glucose = 43% increase in cardiovascular death.
  26. 26. Proton pump inhibitors and risk of gastric cancer: a population-based cohort study. Br J Cancer. 2009 May 5 Epub 2009 Apr 7. PPI’s Increase Adenocarcinoma’s Proton pump inhibitor (PPI) use leads to hypergastrinaemia, which has been associated with gastrointestinal neoplasia incidence rate ratios (IRRs) were observed among PPI users with the largest number of … gastric cancer incidence, the finding of increased incidence among PPI users with most prescriptions and longest follow-up
  27. 27.  Healthy Diet / food 1:1 to 3:1  Disease start at 8:1  American Diet 20:1  Corn oil 60:1  safflower oil 77:1 soybean, sunflower, Corn, Peanut, Cottonseed, Grape seed, Canola. omega-6 and low omega-3 fats profile in these oils (as much as 200:1!)
  28. 28. The AHA, however, isn't backing off from its 1.5 g/d sodium guideline. But I think there's a big lesson here about guidelines without adequate evidence: They can do harm. Hopefully this lesson will prove to be impactful, because that certainly has not been the case to date (as in cholesterol/LDL, BP, PSA, mammography, and a very long list of poorly conceived, nonanchored guidelines). Isn't it about time to recognize that there shouldn't be rules for populations? Some people are exquisitely sensitive to salt intake, while others are remarkably resistant. Average is over. Topol on Salt: Time to Shake the Sodium Guidelines? Eric J. Topol, MD Medscape August 26, 2014
  29. 29. Blood Health & PUFA’s One microliter of blood contains: 4.7 to 6.1 million (male), RBC All polyunsaturated oils provide a source of free radi­cals which can damage arterial walls which initiates the plaque­building process. vegetable oils constricts blood vessels and increases platelet stickiness, which raises blood pressure and causes further damage to arterial walls.
  30. 30. “Nancy” 17 yo A.S.I.A. from DPT vaccine
  31. 31. Proper nerve supply – FREE of subluxation Regular Exercise Proper Nutrition Sufficient Rest Prayer and Meditation Keep Informed, Stay Healthy:
  32. 32. •Healthy nerve supply •If your taking Drugs Fix the problem •Healthy saturated fats •Vit D­3 3000IU’s per 100 lbs •Lugol’s Iodine (Ancientpurities.com) •Plant based mineral supplement •Vitamin C with bioflavinoids 1000mg 4 times a day or bowel tolerance •Omega 3’s What you can do to avoid NCD’s
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