Wednesday, July 23, 2014

updated Don Porter July 23, 2014

Among the top ten causes of death in the US are toxic reactions to correctly prescribed drugs, which make more than two million Americans seriously ill every year, and kill 106,000+ more.  Incorrectly prescribed drugs account for another 90,000+ deaths each year!

Our Bodies - Immune System are a MAJOR Miracle !

STOP Chemically Abusing it with Chemically filled Packaged & Fast Foods, Most Packaged Foods are mad to Look-Smell-Taste Good, be Addictive - Last a LONG TIME ALL done with Chemicals !

Beware of Drs. giving your body dangerous un-natural, Powerful Drugs
Drs. Promoted Smoking Many NOW Promote Drugs
ANYONE can beat Cancer, as I did - AND “When people learn to eat “Plant Based”, to eliminate heart disease it could inaugurate a seismic revolution in health. Other diseases that resolve include obesity, hypertension, stroke, heart attacks, gall stones, diverticulitis, asthma, osteoporosis, allergies, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, lupus, & a marked decrease in the common western cancers of breast, prostate, colon, endometrial, ovarian, & pancreatic”. Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr.  Quote:  

 o   A person can live without food for about 40 days, but only about 7 days without water, 6-8 minutes without air, and literally an instant without Life Force.
o   Stomach lining cells produce mucus, pepsin, HCl to a pH of 2.0 (100,000X the acidity of your bloodstream)
o   More than half the bones in the human body are in the hands and feet.
o   The highest recorded "sneeze speed" is 165 km (102 miles) per hour.
o   The heart beats about 3 billion times in the average person's lifetime.
o   A newborn baby has 350 bones, but a fully-grown adult has only 206.
o   Blood is a liquid organ.         o   Everyone is colorblind at birth.
o   Our lungs inhale over two million liters of air every day, without even thinking.  The surface area of the lungs is approximately the same size as a tennis court.
o   Food will get to your stomach even if you're standing on your head.
o   Skin is the largest body organ.
o   Your brain operates on the same amount of power as a 10 watt light bulb about 200 kilocalories per day,.. So the cartoon image of a light bulb over your head when a great thought occurs isn't too far off the mark.
 Every 7 years your body completely replaces itself. 25,000,000 of your cells died while you read this sentence. It's okay though, your body made more than 300 billion new ones today. The cells that make up your body are dying and being replaced all the time. This happens so often that about every 7 years you have a completely new body of cells. While this is true for most cells, such as the cells lining the stomach, some of the most important cells in your body (those of your bones, your brain, and your heart) don't regenerate much at all, so treat them with care.
 o   Nerve impulses to and from the brain travel as fast as 250 miles per hour The speed of nerve impulses varies enormousy but the fastest travel at about 250 mph. That's as fast as a Formula 1 racing car! However this demand for speed uses a lot of energy and is found only in neurons that need to transfer information urgently. For example, if you burn your fingers it is important that your brain gets the message to withdraw your hand very quickly.
o   There are more cells in your body than stars in the galaxy Your entire body is made up of around 75 trillion cells. Each one of your cells is like a small city with thousands of different types of complex molecules interacting with each other to keep you alive and conscious. When you compare this to the 400 billion stars in our galaxy, you can understand just how magical your existence really is. So the next time you are feeling down or insignificant, simply remember, you are made of 75,000,000,000,000 cells, and that's far from “insignificant”!

   There are 100,000 miles of blood vessels in an adult human body If you took all of the blood vessels out of an average child, and laid them out in one line, the line would be over 60,000 miles long. An adult's vessels would be closer to 100,000 miles long! That means an adult's blood vessels could go around the circumference of the world more than 4 times!
o   The cells in your body react to your thoughts Ancient Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu once said: “Watch your thoughts; they become words. Watch your words; they become actions”. Your mind is a powerful machine and controls every function of the body. But the good news is you have the power to control your mind. Experiencing positive thoughts leads to more positive thoughts and an even broader view of everything around us. For example, positive thoughts can strengthen your immune system while negative thoughts can bring it down.
o   You are made of stardust  As Carl Sagan used to say, we are made of “star stuff”. It sounds like a line from a poem, but there is some concrete science behind this statement: almost every element on Earth was formed at the heart of a star. The carbon, nitrogen and oxygen atoms in our bodies, as well as atoms of all other heavy elements, were created in previous generations of stars over 4.5 billion years ago. So next time you're out gazing at stars twinkling in the night sky, remember, we are all made of star dust, we are all one!
o   The average adult is made up of 100 trillion cells.
o   There are more bacteria in your body than the number of cells in your body.  There are an estimated 75 to 100 trillion cells in the human body.
o   Our brain is more complex than the most powerful computer - has over 100 billion nerve cells.
o   Capillaries are so small that red blood cells can only travel through them in single file.
o   The cornea, the outermost layer of the eye, is the only living tissue in the human body without blood vessels?  It receives nutrients from tears and from the aqueous humor.
o   Each cell in your body has an estimated 6 to 8 feet of DNA.
o   Research - shown that guilt damages immune system by lowering your immunoglobulin levels.
o   The total length of your circulatory system stretches an amazing 60,000 miles. That is more than twice the distance around the Earth.
o   In one square inch of skin there are four yards of nerve fibers, 600 pain sensors, 1300 nerve cells, 9000 nerve endings, 36 heat sensors, 75 pressure sensors, 100 sweat glands, 3 million cells, and 3 yards of blood vessels.
o   Except for your brain cells, 50,000,000 of the cells in your body will have died and been replaced with others, all while you have been reading this sentence.
o   Your heart beats about 100,000 times in one day and about 40,000,000 times a year.  In one hour the heart works hard enough to produce enough energy to raise almost one ton of weight one yard from the ground.
 o  The liver is often called the body's chemical factory.  Scientists have counted over 500 liver functions.
o   The central nervous system is connected to every part of the body by 43 pairs of nerves.  Twelve pairs go to and from the brain, with 31 pairs going from the spinal cord.  There are nearly 45 miles of nerves running through our bodies.
o   Messages travel along the nerves as electrical impulses.  They travel at speeds up to 248 mile per hour.
o   The central nervous system is the master system of all functions within your body and has a reciprocal Neurophysiologic relationship with the Acupressure Meridian and Chakra (Emotional Energy Centers) Systems of energetic function within your being.  Subluxations in your spine, cranium and extremities, interfere with the flow of nerve impulse energy information and acupressure meridian energy within your body.
o   The aorta, the largest artery in the body, is almost the diameter of a garden hose.  Capillaries, on the other hand, are so small that it takes ten of them to equal the thickness of a human hair.
o   Your body has about 5.6 liters (6 quarts) of blood.  This 5.6 liters of blood circulates through the body three times every minute. In one day, the blood travels a total of 19,000 km (12,000 miles) - that's four times the distance across the US from coast to coast.
o   Our eyes can distinguish up to one million color surfaces and take in more information than the largest telescope known to man.
o   Our hearing is so sensitive it can distinguish between hundreds of thousands of different sounds.
o   Our sense of touch is more refined than any device ever created.o   We give birth to 100 billion red blood cells every day and about two million red blood cells every second.
o   When we touch something, we send a message to our brain at 124 mph.
o   We have over 600 muscles.  
o   We exercise at least 30 muscles when we smile.
o   We are about 70% water. 
o   We make one liter of saliva a day.o   Our nose is our personal air-conditioning system: it warms cold air, cools hot air and filters impurities.
o   We have copper, zinc, cobalt, calcium, manganese, phosphates, nickel and silicon in our bodies.
o   If you yelled for 8 years, 7 months and 6 days you would have produced enough sound energy to heat one cup of coffee.
o   During the first month of life, the number of connections or synapses, dramatically increases from 50 trillion to 1 quadrillion.  If an infant's body grew at a comparable rate, his weight would increase from 8.5 pounds at birth to 170 pounds at one month old.
o   The average life of taste bud - 10 days.    Our bodies contain enough water to fill 10-gallon tank.
o   We have enough carbon to manufacture 900 pencils.
o   Fingernails are one of the human body's strongest components.  They contain keratin, which is also found in rhino horns, which refuses to erode after death.
o   Babies are not fully naked in the womb.  In fact, their entire bodies are usually covered in a thin layer of dark hair by the end of the fifth month of pregnancy, which disappear when the baby is born.
o   People blink once every four seconds.  That's because the eyelashes act as windscreen wipers, keeping dust and grime from getting into the eye itself.
o   Humans are one of the only mammals who are unable to 'turn' their ears in order to hear approaching predators. An embryo is genderless for the first 6-8 weeks of pregnancy.  Only after  that the body decides whether the baby will be a boy or girl through  dominant hormones that emerge.
o   Every tongue has its own individual print, which is unique to each person.
o   The big toe is actually one of the most important elements within the body, as it balances the skeleton and enables the owner to move forward when walking without it, we would simply fall over.
o   If the population of China walked by you in single file the line would never end because of the rate of reproduction.
o   If a person has two-thirds of their liver removed from trauma or surgery, it will grow back to its original size in four weeks time.
o   On average, you breathe 23,000 times a day.  You take about 600 million breaths during your lifetime.
o   The odds of being struck by lightning are about 600,000 to one.
o   It is normal to lose 100 hairs per day from the scalp.
o   We take say 600 million breaths during our lifetime.
o  There is more bacteria in your mouth than the human population of US and Canada combined.
o   There are more than 1,000 chemicals in a cup of coffee. Of these, only 26 have been tested, and half caused cancer in rats.
o   The average human body contains enough: Sulfur to kill all fleas on an average dog, Carbon to make 900 pencils, Potassium to fire a toy cannon, Fat to make 7 bars of soap, Phosphorus to make 2,200 match heads, and enough water to fill a ten gallon tank.
o   If you could save all the times your eyes blink in one lifetime and use them all at once you would see blackness for 1.2 years!
o   The average American sees or hears 560 advertisements a day.
o   A  CDC report reveals painkillers are responsible for 4x as many deaths as heroin and cocaine combined

Our Bodies & Immune System are a MAJOR Miracle 

STOP Chemically Abusing it with Packaged and Fast Foods,

Beware Drs. giving your body dangerous un-natural, Powerful Drugs

My Choice is to IGNORE MOST Drs. as I can CURE CANCER -They Can't !

YOU, along with your AMAZINGLY miraculous Immune system can resolve  heart disease, obesity, hypertension, stroke, heart attacks, gall stones, diverticulitis, asthma, osteoporosis, allergies, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, lupus, and most cancers.