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Posted by: Susana, Wednesday, January 24, 2007, 12:13pm
On page 15 Dr. D writes: "If the immune system has learned well, it will remain strong and healthy, effectively warding off foreign pathogens."

Perhaps I have over read where he shows us how to "educate" the immune system.

In any case, can someone please tell me how can an immune system be educated?

Thank you.

:K)
Posted by: geminisue, Wednesday, January 24, 2007, 1:30pm; Reply: 1
Susan- I would think, he means, when we learn how to make our bodies healthy, our bodies will be less likely to have our immune systems compromised.
Posted by: mikeo, Wednesday, January 24, 2007, 1:41pm; Reply: 2
the "education" is built into your DNA and if you have the right environment , as a new born and small child(breast fed, eating the right foods for your type, staying off antibiotics as much as possible) in the education phase it will set you up nicely in the maintenance stage. As we age the amount of blood type antigens become less and provide less protection against foreign antigens making us more susceptible to disease.

By encouraging a successful education phase you can extend the maintenances stage so the final stage of decline can be delayed

If you are in your later years, there is no reason why you can't reeducate your immune system by following the suggestions in the book ...the whole book is about preventing and treating decline in bodily functions like brain function and metabolic/cellular fitness as well immune system.


Posted by: resting, Wednesday, January 24, 2007, 2:13pm; Reply: 3
Hi Susana,

the majority of our immune system is in our gut ... so taking daily doses of ARA6 helps (soluble fiber).  Improving the amount of NK(natural killer) cells also helps use of herbs like astragalus.  Also helpful are the anti-flu remedy elderberry concentrate.

Also thymic protein A [ProBoost] http://www.naturedoc.com ; transfer factor at http://www.4life.com ; cytolog spray at http://www.cytolog.com .... and carnivora at http://www.carnivora.com/carnivorasite2.html ...  Even rebounding heps: one of the major immune glands (thymus) is part of the lymph-system.  Since, through inactivity the lymph can crystallize, the thymus gland excretions are locked-in.  Rebounding gets the lymph to flow.

there is much to do .................

John
Posted by: Lola, Wednesday, January 24, 2007, 4:36pm; Reply: 4
remember that 'food is your medicine'!

so I understand that eating right is the first step to 'educating' your immune system.
every time you 'fall off the wagon', you tax your immune system.......
so it s a step backward again toward that 'educational immune' goal.


with this in mind, I keep pretty much on track.
we all have priorities, right? ;)
Posted by: Alia Vo, Wednesday, January 24, 2007, 7:19pm; Reply: 5
I think if we give the proper fuel to our immune system through food, exercise, correct lifestyle strategies, and supplements (if desired) then our immune system will function with more efficiency with less stress and less complications.  Hence, we are reprogramming our immune system to function and operate in a 'new' manner or approach.

We can train or educate any part of our body through discipline, focus, and using our mind.

Alia
Posted by: Susana, Wednesday, January 24, 2007, 10:42pm; Reply: 6
Thank you very much for your replies.

They are on the line I expected.

I was hoping you would reply we educate it by trying avoids so the body gets used to them LOL! A joke but deep inside me I had hopes.

HD today is quite interested on a TV program. The Spanish is too loud for me to go into dephts and even more on a different language. I am pondering a thought based on the thread "Problems before BTD? I shall expand on it when I have more space for thought.

Thank you again for your replies.

:K)

Posted by: Susana, Thursday, January 25, 2007, 10:43pm; Reply: 7
I am temporarily diverting on the issue slightly in thread "Avoids... Again!"

Sorry for any inconvenience but I wanted more varied participation. The title of this thread was too restricted.

Thank you anyway for your replies as they helped me on the right direction.

:K)

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