Filmed on 23 August 2017; published on 17 September 2017
- VIDEO BY ALICE
- SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
- Might Anti-Microbial pH Support the Function of the Semipermeable Membrane of the Brain?
- Might Mineral Supplements Be Helpful in Maintaining Optimum Function of the Blood-Brain Barrier?
- Probiotics May Be Helpful
- Adding Some Mucus-Forming Foods to the Diet May Be Helpful
- Fatal Brain-Eating Amoebae from Freshwater Lakes Affect Few of the People with Whom They Come in Contact
- Alzheimers and Diet
- Might Dietary Changes Be Helpful for AIDS and Naegleria Fowleri as Well?
- A Further Thought Regarding AIDS Mitigation
What can strengthen the semipermeable membrane in the brain (the blood-brain barrier) to prevent micro-organisms from entering the brain and aggravating (or possibly causing) Alzheimers and AIDS?
It has been a while since I filmed this video, and while I have looked through my references, some of which are listed below, I am pretty sure this video came more or less ‘out of the blue’. I have no idea what the probability any of it can be supported in fact may be. Would anyone be willing to research this?
There is a Summary after the video. There are a few additional sections in the Summary that were not in the video; these are in green font …
VIDEO BY ALICE
SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice.
I was doing some reading last night on biophotonic communication amongst paramecia, and amongst various vegetative cells, and how it influences the growth and reproduction of cells. And I came upon some interesting, similar thoughts.
Might Anti-Microbial pH Support the Function of the Semipermeable Membrane of the Brain?
That had to do with the semipermeable membrane of the brain, that theoretically keeps micro-organisms out of the brain; and which may be damaged in diseases such as AIDS and Alzheimers … two very different diseases.
They’ve actually come up with some brain samples that there are micro-organisms, such as bacteria or yeasts, that might get into the brain and cause these diseases, because the semipermeable membrane barrier is damaged in the disease.
My thought is that it may be that these micro-organisms could be controlled through the appropriate pH that’s in the blood and in the body … by making the body’s pH less supportive of bacteria and yeast life in the body.
So my suggestion for further cures that might be implemented for both Alzheimers and AIDS, is to look into the pH in the physical body that would be hostile to, or that would limit the reproductive cycles, or the flourishing of the life of micro-organisms that inhabit, say, the gut, so that they wouldn’t wreak this kind of damage on the brain.
Along these lines, this article supports the notion that decreasing acidosis might improve the immune response:
Article: “Science review: Extracellular acidosis and the immune response: clinical and physiologic implications,” by John A Kellum,1 Mingchen Song,2 and Jinyou Li3 in Crit Care. 2004; 8(5): 331–336. Published online 2004 Jun 16. doi: 10.1186/cc2900 PMCID: PMC1065014 … https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1065014/ ..
Might Mineral Supplements Be Helpful in Maintaining Optimum Function of the Blood-Brain Barrier?
And then we need to look into the semipermeable membrane of the brain. And my feeling about that is that there’s a mineral balance that needs to be maintained. And so, I would look at the type of mineral supplements that would enhance the performance of the semipermeable membrane of the brain.
[I have no idea where this idea came from. –Alice]
Probiotics May Be Helpful
I have two other notions here: One to do with using probiotics, which may turn the endomicrobial tide toward gut microbes that are promote human health and don’t contribute to disease. For instance, I read in this article that Probiotics may improve antibody and white blood cell response:
Article: “Probiotic Use in HIV,” IPA AdminFrom The Gut … http://internationalprobiotics.org/probiotic-use-in-hiv/ ..
Adding Some Mucus-Forming Foods to the Diet May Be Helpful
In addition, adding a moderate amount of mucus-forming foods to the diet may help support the protective mucus lining the intestine, whose purpose is to prevent entry of micro-organisms into the lymph and bloodstream, as well as to lubricate feces so as to help with elimination.
Along similar lines, I read in the above article that Probiotics may improve the integrity of the mucosal wall.
Adding Onions and Garlic to the Diet May Be Helpful
Onions, garlic and ginger have been used in India for many long ages to improve vigor and bolster the immune system.
I note that both onions and garlic contain allicin, which may be helpful in strengthening the immune response and fighting micro-organisms. Scientific tests on this are, as yet, inconclusive, though. See “Allicin,” in Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allicin ..
Fatal Brain-Eating Amoebae from Freshwater Lakes Affect Few of the People with Whom They Come in Contact
I was reading an article on the brain-eating amoeba Naegleria fowleri that is found in fresh-water lakes. (1) Once this infection starts in the brain, it seems it is invariably fatal.
However, the interesting thing about the article was the statement that many people come in contact with this amoeba, but very few come down with the fatal infection.
What makes the cut? What is it that prevents Naegleria fowleri infection of the brain for many people?
Alzheimers and Diet
Why are so many elderly people getting Alzheimers today? Is this a question of diet, of pH as suggested in the video? Here is an article that supports this point of view:
Article: “Awakening from Alzheimers,” “The Mindspan Diet” by Preston W. Estep, Ph.D., http://www.awakeningfromalzheimers.com/countries-with-the-lowest-dementia-rates-follow-these-7-food-secrets/ …
The comments at the end of the article regarding the health efficacy of curries, and the importance of limiting pickled foods, are also of interest.
Might Dietary Changes Be Helpful for AIDS and Naegleria Fowleri as Well?
Could it be that pH also influences the outcome for HIV changing to AIDS, and for Naegleria fowleri infection, or lack thereof?
In addition, as mentioned above, allicin-containing foods, and a moderate amount of mucus-forming foods would be worth considering, I feel.
A Further Thought Regarding AIDS Mitigation
Does unprotected, frequent intercourse with HIV-positive partner(s) increase the HIV viral load? If so, does this then increase the likelihood of progression to AIDS?
If this were to be shown to be true, then it would follow that the HIV viral load might be mitigated, when one’s partner or partners are HIV-positive, by having less frequent sexual intercourse, and by having only protected sexual intercourse, and these guidelines might be set forth through CDC and WHO.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
(1) “Brain-Eating Amoeba Infections: Causes & Symptoms,” by Alina Bradford, Live Science Contributor, 12 July 2016 07:12pm ET, https://www.livescience.com/55383-brain-eating-amoeba.html ..
“Science News: Bacteria Found in Alzheimer’s Brains, from Frontiers, 17 July 2017, in ScienceDaily, https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/07/170717100425.htm ..
“Bacteria in Our Brains,” Virology Blog, 28 June 2013, http://www.virology.ws/2013/06/28/bacteria-in-our-brains/ ..
“New Research Indicates Probiotics May Benefit Alzheimer’s Patients,” by Natreen, 9 January 2017, https://www.natren.com/blog/new-research-indicates-probiotics-may-benefit-alzheimers-patients/ ..
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