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This week on A Different Perspective, Doc talks about how you can’t compartmentalize the body; one part impacts another. Genetics only determine predispositions—it still depends on the terrain of your body to create those reactions.
- Can you be at less risk for one condition and more risk for another?
- Recap—natural killer cells
- Side effect vs direct, unwanted effect
- An aspirin a day is good for the heart. Yes, but it thins the blood vessels— which leads to easier bruising
- Uneven, abnormal gut microbes can lead to an immune response
- The common response to sicknesses is to increase antibodies to a virus. That hurts the thyroid
- Inflammation comes from the immune response
- Genes are only predispositions; not programs.
- If you were genetically programmed for something, you’d have it in utero
- More susceptibility vs prone to get it
- It’s documented that vaccines are correlated to a lot of sicknesses
- Autoimmune markers can be reversed, but not with the current medical system
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This week on A Different Perspective, Doc talks about how Astragalus can lengthen your telomeres, and help support your immune system.
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This week on A Different Perspective, Doc talks about how you have to be the one to make your own choices, and it’s not for the faint of heart.
- I’m trying to open your mind. I can only show you the door. You have to choose to walk through it. –Morpheus
- Can you handle A Different Perspective?