We discover in this video that the 5 Fingers of death are wheat, dairy, corn, soy and processed sugar. These are very common allergens so it is not a bad idea to find out whether or not you are allergic to these foods and if you are then you would want to avoid them.
Wheat and Soy
Veggie burgers are made from soy. Fake chicken is often made out of soy. Fake imitation crab is usually made out of soy.
Processed sugar is only one molecule different than cocaine.
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Wheat and Autoimmunity
Wheat will cause an auto-immune response in the small intestine. It causes the microvilli of the intestine to start to die off and become very unhealthy. The body will actually attack its own microvilli and cause them to break down. One common disease of the small intestine is celiac’s disease. Hashimoto’s thyroiditis and Graves disease are two other diseases that involve an unhealthy small intestine as well as the rest of the digestive tract. Psoriatic arthritis, heart disease and diabetes type 2 are all diseases that involve unhealthy digestion — autoimmune disease.
Dairy and Autoimmunity
The protein in dairy that people are allergic to is called casein. Pure casein is so toxic that even rats will not eat it. Dairy also contains high levels of prolactin, epinephrine and norepinephrine so it causes hormone imbalances. Milk is designed to grow a baby calf (cow) into a full grown cow in less than a full year.
There is talk about myxedema which happens when someone has chronic fatigue or chronic fatigue syndrome. This particular symptom is revealed by purple eye lids.
There are opiate chemicals in dairy called caseiomorphines. There are also opiate chemicals in wheat called gluteomorphines. Therefore, it is VERY EASY to get addicted to wheat and dairy like pasta with cheese or Macoroni and cheese or bread and cheese, etc… There is a lot of information in this video below. Check out the video below and learn more about ways to get healthy and stay healthy. Share this with someone you know and please like our Facebook page.