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nThomas A. Edison
EXAMPLES OF HUMAN BODY WASTES, REMOVED FROM THE BODY VIA THE URINE.
The Causes of Hypertension, High Cholesterol and Atherosclerosis
Hypertension, High Cholesterol and Atherosclerosis are all disorders caused by the
accumulation of waste in the bodily organs. Waste products are foremost produced
by eating unhealthy foods that are high in fats, sugars, proteins and toxins. Waste
products called urates also remain in someone’s body after birth.
Enzymes play a central role in the body’s metabolism; they are responsible for processing
and transporting waste products out of the body. An unhealthy diet affects
enzyme levels in two ways. First, an unhealthy diet lowers the extent to which externally
produced enzymes enter the body. Second, waste products break down the enzymes
the body produces on its own. In these two ways, an unhealthy diet sets in motion
a process of increasing accumulation of waste products in the organs.
The accumulation of waste products and a disrupted metabolism can, in part, give
rise to metabolic disorders such as Diabetes, Hypoglycemia, Migraines, Rheumatoid
Arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, Crohn’s disease and Kidney failure.
The treatment reverses the above described processes so that the infected organs
and other affected parts of the body regain their original functionality.
The foremost effect of the treatment is the revitalization of the body’s digestive
processes and blood circulation. In this way, the accumulated waste products are
steadily dissolved and transported through the kidneys and urine out of the body,
so that eventually the body’s metabolism is restored to full functionality.