When inflammation is mysterious and not the result of a physical injury, the hidden cause is a pathogen such as a virus feeding on both toxic heavy metals (such as mercury, aluminum, and copper) and troublemaker foods (such as eggs, gluten, and dairy products) and as a result, producing chemical compounds called neurotoxins and dermatoxins that raise inflammation levels throughout the body. A high-fat/high-protein diet interferes with healing inflammation.
You’ll frequently hear that chronic inflammation is the result of the body’s immune system going after itself—that is, that it’s an autoimmune response. That’s because medical communities don’t yet have the tools to detect just how often viruses such as EBV and HHV-6 and bacteria such as strep are present in the body. These invaders are the real sources of your body’s inflammatory responses. The body never attacks itself. Any antibodies present, even if they’re labeled autoantibodies, are really there to attack a pathogen and attend to, repair, and heal tissue injured by that pathogen.
When you’ve experienced a physical injury that hasn’t healed in the time it should have or it flares up for no apparent reason long after the time it should have healed, it is because virus cells also go after weak spots, causing chronic inflammation there.
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This item posted: 28-May-2022
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