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Re: do your own individual research...
Date: 5/21/2004 4:29:00 PM ( 9 year ago )
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> "People with great skin, eat the same things we do, even "bad" things, yet they still have great skin."
I will answer you with a few questions:
Why is it that when I sing, people pay me to stop, while when Elvis sings, people ask for more and are willing to pay for it?
Why am I so different then Elvis? I try to eat the same food!
I have 2 friends. After a single beer, one of them is drunk, under the table. Another guy can take 12 beers and still be standing. Why? Why are those 2 guys so different? They eat the same food!
I have another 2 friends.
One friend, he can run marathon, 42 km, and he can then spend an evening with friends.
Another guy, he can't ever run 500 m and after that he is in the hospital. Why? Why are those 2 guys so different? They eat the same food?
Have you ever thought about possibility that all humans are not identical?
Do you know why is it hard to do organ transplants, (from one person to another), even when both persons have the same blood type?
Ever heard about genetic biodiversity?
Genetic biodiversity refers to the range of individual variation within a single species. The single species we are just talking about is human.
Natural variation is essential to the evolutionary process and to long-term species survival. Genetic diversity ensures that no two members of a species or population are genetically identical, and that no individual carries all the possible trait variants in a particular species. The diversity within a species allows it to survive and adapt to new environments, new pests, and changing climates.
Genes are the blueprint for our bodies, governing factors such as growth, development and functioning. Almost every cell in the human body contains a copy of the blueprint, stored inside a special sac called the nucleus.
Traits or distinguishing characteristics are passed on from parents to their children via genes. The estimated 30,000 genes that make up a human being are beaded along tightly bundled strands of a chemical substance called deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). These DNA strands are tightly packed into structures called chromosomes.
There are 23 pairs of chromosomes in almost every human cell, stored within a sac called the nucleus. Chromosomes carry all the genes that determine physical characteristics such as height and eye color. Behavioral characteristics, such as intelligence and natural talents, may also be influenced in some way by genes.
The genes use chemical messages that instruct the cell to perform its functions. A genetic mutation means that a gene contains a fault or 'spelling mistake' that disrupts the gene message. A fault in a gene can occur spontaneously or can be inherited. Genetic faults can cause a wide range of disorders.
Our genes interact with our lifestyle, our diet, our life, vaccines that we receive, Amalgam inside our teeth, medications that we consume during our life, pesticides that we consume or get exposed to, bad food ... and the product could be acne, or eczema, or psoriasis, or a great skin.
Just as each one us have different iris, unique fingerprints, unique nose, unique face, unique genetics, so we also have all organs, including skin, unique and different the other people.
In a simple words, just because all of us are humans, it doesn't mean that we will react the same to different foods, different diets, different lifestyle, different circumstances.
But, cause our body evolved through millions of years of evolution, it is safe to suggest that lifestyle, diet and foods that we were exposed to during the last million years, those foods are more likely better and safer for our health then many "junk foods" we consume during the last generation. Processed foods, preservatives, antibiotics, margarine, refined salt, .... didn't exist during the last million years.
Even if we have similar problem (poor liver function) or congested liver, it doesn't mean that we will have the same set of symptoms as the result of that problem.
Many people may have healthy liver and no symptoms at all.
If your liver is functioning 100%, you will never have acne, even if you eat a lot of shit and junk food.
For example, poor liver function and inability of the liver to excrete bile from all branches of it's bile ducts tree, may cause a whole range of health problems, or there may be no symptoms at all.
Different people may have different symptoms.
Some people may endup with allergies, other with intestinal disturbances, some with cancer, some with Eczema, Dermatitis, Psoriasis, Gallstones, Intertrigo, Impetigo, Heart diseases, IBD, Headaches, foot pain, arm pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, ...
This list is endless ... cause liver is one of the most important of all organs inside human body.
It's job is to process all foods and drinks that we consume.
If it is unable to properly process foods, you may endup with some symptoms.
Is that so hard to understand?
Why don't you tell us what is the result of your research, when it comes to liver flush?
What have you used to cure your acne?
In case you want to do what you preach (do some research), here are a few links ... leading to over 60 stories ...
Nice place to start ...
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