by: Dr. Cornelius Stephens
The chemical component is composed of aspects that have chemical reactions inside of the body. bacteria, viruses, yeast, fungus, mold, heavy metals, Candida, toxins, parasites, inflammation, de-toxification, hyper-sensitivity to foods, vitamins, minerals, herbs, carbohydrates, fats and proteins are a few examples of the aspects that compose the chemical component.All of these examples impact the acid/alkaline balance of the body.
The acid/alkaline balance influences the presence or the absence of symptoms. Decreased internal acid leads to the absence of symptoms and balanced health. Increased internal acid will lead to the presence of symptoms and ill health. These symptoms will be subsequently diagnosed as diseases including constipation, skin problems, increased pain, inflammation, hormonal imbalances, diabetes, hypertension, digestive problems, weight gain, lung issues and etc.
Dysfunctions in muscles are also caused by increased acidity in the body. These dysfunctions will lead to imbalances in the muscles causing weakness in the muscles on one side of the body and strength in the muscles on the other side of the body. This imbalance of the muscles results in one side of the body being injured more often than the other side.
The increased acid comes from what we eat, what we think and what we feel. Acid producing foods, counter productive thoughts about ourselves and others and the counter productive emotions that overwhelm us are potent internal acid producers which lead to poor health.
To be continued. . .