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Ben Fuchs Radio Show - February 2017
Wednesday 1 February 2017
All disease is cell disease which is caused by a break down in the extra cellular matrix. The matrix becomes clogged due to dirty blood. The matrix then becomes further clogged because of cell death. This is the cycle of degenerative disease. Fibrosis and sclerosis is the body's repair mechanism. Fibrosis and cancer. Researchers have identified tumour suppressant role of an enzyme. Rose from Virginia has a comment about Canola oil. Becky from Maryland has high blood pressure and acne and is on Lisinopril. Jim from Ohio has had blood clots and now has cellulitis and a weeping wound.
Thursday 2 February 2017
Osteoblast cells are responsible for making bones. Calcium supplements do not necessarily make your bones stronger if you have osteoporosis. The extra cellular matrix needs to be kept healthy in order for our cells to be healthy. Maternal obesity has harmful effects on both foetal development and subsequent offspring health. Degenerative disease can be reversed. Hyaluronic acid and the extra cellular matrix. Use of SGLT2 diabetes drugs like Invokana together with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) may cause kidney problems. Bob from Minneapolis has a question about reducing calcium deposits and bone spurs. Also has a question about the absorption of nutrients. Jo from Tennessee has a question about magnets and health. Also a question about how to detox the body. Dwayne has high blood pressure.
Wednesday 8 February 2017
The body is a healing system. Doctors are trained in diagnosis. The medical institution is not there to make individuals better or healthy. Our diagnosis is not the underlying cause of our diseases. The delusion of medical diagnosis distracts from the cause of disease which is fibrosis, sclerosis and inflammation. This is a protective mechanism following toxicity and deficiency. Spencer from Toronto has a friend who has chronic headaches, migraines, anxiety and depression. Gratsiano from California has a friend with gout and doctors want to put her on dialysis. David from Pennsylvania has an upper respiratory infection. Max from Texas has gum problems.
Thursday 9 February 2017
All disease is preceded by a break down in connective tissue. The health of the connective tissue is dependant on the health of the blood. Toxins and food that activate an immune response get into the blood through the digestive system. All chronic disease has an element of fibrosis, sclerosis or amyloidosis. Clean the blood by working on your digestive system. Make sure you are oxygenating and moving the body. Connective tissue and joint disease in diabetes. Dan from Texas has lost weight using fasting. Gary from Minneapolis has high eye pressure. Karl from Oregon has a question about the content of beef products. Max from Austin has a wife diagnosed with. hippocampal sclerosis. Elaine from Alaska has a patient who Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome.
Friday 10 February 2017
All chronic disease has a digestive and blood sugar connection. You don't have to be diagnosed with diabetes to have dysglycemia problems. You can't address hypothyroid problems by treating the thyroid with drugs like Synthroid. We need to understand the basic components and features of disease to reverse the disease process. Simplexity is the tendency of a system to generate complex forms. The body is a system and you can't remove parts with out affecting the whole system. Excessive antibiotic use in newborns can permanently damage lung defences. Stroke factors centred in south eastern united states. Gary from Minnesota fasted for three days and still had the energy to lift weights. Has a question about glaucoma. Cam from Austin has a wife diagnosed with osteoporosis. Stuart from Colorado has a comment about how nutrition trumps drugs for mentally disabled people.
Monday 13 February 2017
Fibromyalgia is a connective tissue disease and is a toxicity issue. Rodney from Texas has a question about the different forms of niacin, vitamin B3 and the niacin flush. Janice from Michigan has friend who would like to avoid a knee replacement. GUEST – Joey Dweck talking about weight loss. www.weightlossbuddy.com Instead of finding someone to help you loose weight, weight buddy encourages you to help some else loose weight. Talking about fasting and loosing weight. www.the5dayfastdiet.com
Tuesday 14 February 2017
Our food chain has become contaminated with poisons and these can get into the blood. This is how the connective tissue becomes toxic and causes diseases like fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia and oestrogen and why more women have fibromyalgia than men. Fibromyalgia symptoms improve with co enzyme Q10 supplementation. Terrie from Virginia would like some help with a macular hole. David from Texas has a uncle with fibrosis of the lung or pulmonary fibrosis. Lane from Texas has a question about high blood pressure.
Wednesday 15 February 2017
Talking about fibromyalgia and oestrogen. Calcium d-glucarate is a building block substance. Toxic oestrogen compounds build up in our system. The same kind of biochemical process involved in make a baby are similar to the inflammation process. Fibromyalgia is uncontrolled inflammation due to oestrogen. Fructose consumption linked to increased liver disease. Gut bacteria may play a role in alzheimer's disease. Ernest from Texas has a wife who had colon cancer and would like to know how to prevent it coming back. Elaine from Alaska has lupus and tinnitus. Mara has ageing facial skin.
Thursday 16 February 2017
Talking about fibromyalgia. The connective tissue is the dumping ground for the blood and cleaning the connective tissue system is vital. The body is a system and parts of the system should not be removed. The development of inflammatory disease's involve the breakdown products of oestrogens. Catechol oestrogen cleansing using probiotics and bile. We need our appendix organ. Unbalanced oestrogen metabolism in thyroid cancer. Jim from Colorado has been trying to fast to treat his pityriasis. Brian from Texas has asthma and is on advair and albuterol.
Friday 17 February 2017
Talking about fibromyalgia and connective tissue especially the fascia. Chronic damage to the fascia causes adhesions. Wes from Idaho has a comment about the ketogenic diet and Vilhjalmur Stefansson. Larry from Tennessee has declining vision, deteriorating disc and sinus infections. GUEST – Ann Boroch, candida healing and multiple sclerosis expert. Talking about her personal experience with multiple sclerosis. The relationship between candida and multiple sclerosis. The mycobiome in the body. Food that breaks down into sugar feeds candida. Ann has books called The Candida Cure and The Candida Cure Cookbook. Cleaning and detoxification of our digestive system. www.annboroch.com
Monday 20 February 2017
Talking about fibromyalgia and connective tissue. The fascia organises energy into information and structure. Structure Function refers to molecules like nutrients and how their shape defines their function in the body. The fascia allows for movement in the body. When the fascia becomes hard and fibrotic our movement becomes restricted. The fascia is a memory storage system. Moving our body is important. Massage, rolfing and myofascial release. Bruce from Connecticut has a success story about using Ben's advice and his Truth Treatment products. Mary from Oregon has a success story about changing to a liquid diet. Carla from Ohio has a husband with psoriasis. Jonny from Texas has herniated discs and nerve issues in hands, feet and legs and is on multiple prescription drugs.
Tuesday 21 February 2017
Talking about fibromyalgia. Exercise and moving the body energises the body. Stretching, yoga and exercise can be helpful for pain relief. The pain related to fibromyaliga comes from adhesion of the connective tissue and fascia. Pain relief drugs do not help with fibromyalgia. The fascia contains more nerves than the muscles do. Fibromyalgia has a psychosomatic element to it. Dr Rene from Austin has a question about how to give people incentives to change their diets. Also a question about iodine and hashimoto's disease. Tony from Santa Cruz has a question about ascorbyl palmitate. Elaine from Alaska has a patient who had her colon removed because of fistulas. John from Connecticut has a mother in law who has a fractured hip.
Friday 24 February 2017
Talking about fibromyalgia. Ben reads a post from a lady on a fibromyalgia community forum. Use fasting, calorie restriction and the elmination diet to calm the inflammation response involved with fibromyalgia. Nutritional supplements for fibromyalgia. Work on the adrenal thyroid system and cortisol to lower the stress response and stress hormones. Lower carb diet slows the growth of aggressive brain tumour. Eating less slows down the ageing process. Eric from Panama City has been experiencing fatigue and sleepiness after his breakfast. Spanky has a question about fasting and detoxification. Richie from New York has hypertension and is having withdrawal from opioid drugs.
Monday 27 February 2017
Talking about the relationship between fibromyalgia and the connective tissue. Fibromyalgia is not the cause of the problem but it is a sign of the problem. Myofascial release and osteopathic manipulative treatment. Rolfing. Ketogenic shown safe and effective for epilepsy. Bradon would like to know where he can get the videos of Ben's talks and also has diabetes. Anne from Canada has a daughter who has been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Chris from Texas has a comment about the elimination diet and gluten.
Tuesday 28 February 2017
Talking about oestrogen dominance in both men and women. Hormone replacement therapy using oestrogen can overload the body with oestrogen which means we need to be eliminating oestrogen effectively. Oestrogen is a fibrosis hormone. The digestive system is key for eliminating oestrogen. Be careful with birth control hormones and use real progesterone. Skin care products and sun screens can be oestrogenic. Patients with inflammatory bowel disease are more likely to see shifts in the community of microbes in their gut than healthy people. The same system that activates the stress response in your body also regulates your breathing. Mary from Missouri has been diagnosed with SIBO or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. Tony from Texas has a success story about his dad diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia. His mother has atrial fibrillation.