Biotoxins Produce Neurotoxins
Biotoxins are comprised of a variety of infectious organisms such as bacteria including the spirochetes (Syphilis and Lyme disease), viruses, parasites, toxic dinoflagelletes like Pfiesteria, and a multitude of yeast/fungus.
Simply put, biotoxins produce a plethera of neurotoxins. Many of these infectants end within your gall bladder and liver disrupting bile formation creating a neurotoxic biliary sludge that is extremely detrimental to the cell membranes in the Central Nervous System and the Enteric Nervous System or ‘second brain’ – our gut. This sets the stage for the proliferation of conditions like dysbiosis and leaky gut with their associated multiple allergies, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s and various mental emotional brain dysfunctions including Alzheimer’s and Parkinsons.
The gall bladder and liver are responsible for detoxification. When working normally, they remove and dispose of waste products like bilirubin, heavy metals, the afore mentioned biotoxins and the xenobiotics (drugs) the elderly are being subjected to. Of course most of us don’t have normally functioning gall bladders and livers. When these are compromised we experience biliary stasis enabling infectious materials (biotoxins) to live in the liver and gall bladder and produce a viscous neurotoxic sludge. This cannot be good. In fact, it’s the primary reason a surgeon is likely to cut out your gall bladded. Not because you don’t need it. Because they don’t know how to get rid of the sludge and restore normal function again. By the way, why is that?
How does this biliary sludge build up in the first place?
It seems dieting is one of the main causes. Prolonged fasting, low fat diets, high carbohydrate diets and restriction of dietary fats can impair biliary flow. This means they impair the bile’s ability to cleanse the body so that it can get rid of the biotoxins and heavy metals by excreting them via fecal matter. Experiencing irregular, numerous bowel movements may be body’s attempt to eliminate unwanted infectants or an extremely volatile heavy metal load.
Guess what else neurotoxins have an affinity for. Fat! They love to bind to things in a bodies that are rich in fat. Now you might think that’s not to bad. I’ve got plenty of cellulite they can cling to. To bad you’re forgetting that the primary component of every cell in your body is the membrane that surround it maintaining not only the shape of the cell but the function of the cell. In fact, cell biologists like Bruce Lipton, provide convincing evidence that the actually brain of the cell is this cell membrane which is a bilayer (two) phosophoLIPID (fat) structure. Neurotoxins are capable of dissolving in fatty tissue and moving through it, crossing cell membranes and disrupting the electrical and other vital functions of the cell. This is especially true of the cells that comprise our liver, kidney and brain.
Neurotoxins induce Pain
As fat soluble neurotoxins proliferate (spread) they get busy moving into the cell membranes of our gastrointestinal (GI) tract, messing with our muscles, joints and nerves (does fibromyaglia ring a bell) and sooner or later they enter the liver and bile. Once the biotoxins in our body have released enough neurotoxins to infiltrate the bile they have access to the liver and we are poisoned over and over again because, perhaps you don’t know this, bile is not made anew everyday it is rather re-circulated and than reabsorbed.
As I mentioned Neurotoxins dissolve into our cell membranes. Now it’s easy to understand that we don’t want this to happen because it damages the ability of our cells to control what goes into them and what goes out of them. It also destroys the electrical capacity of our cells. Since our nerve cells are driven by the flow of ions like sodium, calcium and potassium you can see how this can be a serious matter. Neurotoxins attack and inhibit enzyme reactions (our body runs on these) especially those involving glucose production disrupting the energy metabolism (ATP production) of the cell = Chronic Fatigue! And to top it off they encourage the synthesis of the renegade fatty acids – vary long chain, odd chain and branched chain – that further impair membrane function. This impairment includes the membranes that surround the organelles and nucleus inside the cell changing the proteins produced by our DNA/RNA as well. No wonder we get diseased.
There’s something you can actually do about this problem. No it’s not take a drug. No it’s not getting your gall bladder removed.