Very few people were born with high cholesterol levels or high blood pressure. It is an acquired condition. But why do so many people suffer from it today? The answer is simple - it is a multi billion dollar business. Just imagine there was a way to bring cholesterol and blood pressure levels back to … Continue reading The greatest Benefit of Dark Field Live Blood Analysis – Health Prevention
Biggest disadvantage of Live Blood Analysis in Dark Field is the fact it is based on observations and interpretations with no general scientific acceptance. Anybody with possibilities of self-publication has therefore the chance to voice his own interpretations. Thus was the situation over 50 years ago already and it will never change. However, practitioners doing … Continue reading Live Blood Analysis in Dark Field and its Credibility
Enderlein’s Endobiont and Prusiner's Prion Prof. Enderlein observed blood samples with the technique of dark field microscopy, which is also called live blood analysis. As the name suggests, the blood cells and particles are alive and not dead like in stained samples used by hematologists Bacteria in stained sample Bacteria and Symprotits in dark field … Continue reading Prion & Endobiont in live blood
Gene mutations are part of the process of cancer, but mutations alone are not enough to cause cancer to take hold and spread, thus threatening people’s lives through domination of precious life resources (nutrition) as well as precious real estate where other healthy cells live. Genes do become damaged and sustain mutations in some cells and not … Continue reading Chemotherapy Stimulates Cancer Growth
Tony Wyss-Coray studies the impact of aging on the human body and brain. In this eye-opening talk, he shares new research from his Stanford lab and other teams which shows that a solution for some of the less great aspects of old age might actually lie within us all. Related Post 10 Things Your Doctor … Continue reading How young blood might help reverse aging. Yes, really | Tony Wyss-Coray
Pure, clean water. That’s what the ads say. But what does the lab say? When you shell out for bottled water, which costs up to 1,900 times more than tap water, you have a right to know what exactly is inside that pricey plastic bottle. Most bottled makers don’t agree. They keep secret some or … Continue reading What’s In Your Bottled Water – Besides Water?
On the USA Network there is a drama series called, HOUSE, which is about a very specialized diagnostics unit at a major hospital. What is intriguing, is the fact that the technical aspects of the show are incredibly accurate and well done. Anyway.... on an old episode, of course the patient was dying and no … Continue reading Computerized Blood Tests or Live Blood Cell Analysis
As an individual who provides training in the Enderlein perspective, including the Live or Native Blood Analysis for the health care community, I am in contact with many individuals who are representative of divergent scientific and philosophical backgrounds. The queries that I receive during training sessions are often quite provocative and I have learned to … Continue reading Revisiting Enderlein’s Perspective in the 21st Century
Source: Is Alcohol an Endocrine Disruptor? by Dr. Edward Group Although you may never pick up an alcoholic beverage, you could still be regularly exposing yourself to the detrimental health effects of alcohol. Household products, for example, often contain ethyl alcohol (ethanol) and can be a source many people don’t consider. While exposure to these products won’t … Continue reading Is Alcohol an Endocrine Disruptor?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Günther Enderlein Born 7 July 1872 Leipzig Died 11 August 1968 (aged 96) Wentdorf, near Hamburg Nationality German Fields Zoology Entomology Known for Theories on Pleomorphism Günther Enderlein (7 July 1872 – 11 August 1968) was a German zoologist, entomologist and later a manufacturer of pharmaceutical products. Enderlein got some international renown … Continue reading Günther Enderlein