Microzyma’s (meaning small ferments), inhabits cells, blood and lymph fluid. They act as both the builder and recycler of organisms. They inhabit cells, the fluid between cells, the blood and the lymph. In the state of healthy terrain. microzyma’s act harmoniously and fermentation occurs normally and beneficially making healthy aerobic microbes like acidophilus and bifidus.
Under diseased pathological internal conditions (low oxygen, malnutrition, acidic pH, poor circulation, etc.), microzyma’s can change the faces of microbes like a chameleon. This is called pleomorphism. Pleo means many and morph means form. So pleomorphism means to change to many forms. These pathogens can either evolve or devolve depending on the surrounding conditions of the cell. The answer in disease processes lies in the condition of your cellular balance or will it support the development of unwanted guests?
In the early stages of acidic pH in the body’s tissues, the warning symptoms are mild. These include such things as skin eruptions, headaches, allergies, colds, flu and sinus problems. These symptoms are frequently treated (manipulated) with antibiotic drugs and suppressive medications. With continued suppression of the warning signals of an acidic and nutrient deficient environment, more serious symptoms arise with the disease driven deeper. Weakened organs and systems start to give way (heart, lung, thyroid, adrenals, the liver, kidneys, etc.).
Unfortunately, symptom manipulation with pharmacology creates a magical shell game of switching diseases, creating more serious symptoms and disease conditions in the future that are totally different from the original disease. The quick fix drug game of voodoo medicine is what’s causing the disease epidemic in this country and puts hospitals and doctors as the number three killer in the U.S.
So what is modem medicine doing with their destructive weapons of war? You can’t kill microzymas, they’re indestructible. You can only trigger a morbid evolution of anaerobic pathogens to molds, fungus, yeast and cancer. It’s the microzymas that are responsible for the decomposition of a dead body back to the soil and creating life to the soil for future plant growth.
Microzymas are an indestructible living entity that cannot be destroyed by heat, antibiotics, or any other weapon of war. My view is that the toxins (acids) from the microforms combine to provoke the body to produce symptoms of a healing crisis to purge or eliminate the toxic residues from the nose through a runny nose, the skin through sweat, the colon through diarrhea, and increased respiration. So it’s important to remember, it is not the pathogens themselves which initiate disease, they only show up because of an acidic, compromised, cell terrain. Mosquitoes seek the stagnant water, but they don’t cause the swamp to become stagnant.
In the last five years, scientists have come to know that fats act through hormones. Rather than being inactive blobs, fat cells actually emit hormones such as leptin, resistin, adiponectin, interleukin-6 and tumor necrosis factor alpha, which have important roles in the body. Leptin, for one, is thought to help keep fat stores in check by sending messages to the hypothalamus in the brain to indicate a sense of fullness and satisfaction during meals, signaling individuals to stop eating.
Researchers such as USC’s Bergman are studying such hormones in great detail, seeking to understand how their levels change due to obesity, how they influence metabolism and disease and whether these hormones come from different types of fat cells.
Just for starters, it could be that fat cells in the upper body—those more abundant in people with an apple-shaped physique—may produce more of certain hormones than fat cells concentrated in the lower body—those more abundant in people with a pear-shaped physique. And cells that comprise visceral fat may release different types and amounts of hormones than cells that make up subcutaneous fat, the fat found just under the skin.
Fat cells seem to respond to hormones, too. Scientists recently showed that some lean women may accumulate abdominal fat during times of stress in response to the stress hormone cortisol, for example. Researchers have long known that people who have diseases characterized by a larger-than-normal release of cortisol tend to have a lot of abdominal fat. Fat cells in the central region of the body tend to grow in response to the hormone.