OUR IMMUNE HEALTH - Jacobus Hollewijn - 2018.11.17 - Show #875


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Track 1:

Introduction and Jacobus’s passion and gratefulness to the show

“How does your Immune System Work?” by Emmy Brice

What is the Immune System?

(A look at the disease-fighting immune system credit: Ross Toro)

  • The Lymphatic System
  • The Bone Marrow
  • The Thymus Gland
  • The Spleen

The skin is very important for immune system

Explaining our digestive tract and its role in immune defense

Start Track 2: 19:55

Track 2:

Call about Anthony William about taking too much fat

Discussing our cells

  • what are the needs of our cells?

Going 100% all the time versus going 60% all the time

  • Relation to gas mileage in your car

Start Track 3: 40:02

Track 3:

Why is our immune system often negatively affected? (www.rediff.com)

  • stress
  • poor diet
  • excessive alcohol
  • lack of sleep

Start Track 4: 1:00:53

Track 4:

Continuation of article off rediff.com

  • obesity
  • lack of exercise
  • medications

Call about being immune system being compromised

Start Track 5: 1:20:59

Track 5:

More reasons why immune system becomes weak from www.everydayhealth.com

  • loneliness
  • grieving
  • negativity
  • family relations

Article by “Sarah Myhill, MD” Pt 1

  • her training
  • the problems in medical doctors today
  • metabolic syndrome- start

Start Track 6: 1:42:11

Track 6:

Play YouTube clip from Sarah Myhill, MD about causes of chronic fatigue syndrome

Continuation of reading article in Well Being Journal, (May/June 2018) by Sarah Mayhill, MD “Sustainable Medicine and Patient Intelligence” pt 2

metabolic syndrome- continued

how does western medicine treat

  • Pain?
  • Asthma?
  • Chronic Fatigue?

the problem with Medical Education and textbooks

A snippet from article by Stephen Sinatra, MD about the health of Mitochondria; and the four main nutrients to do this

  • Coenzyme Q10
  • L-Carnitine
  • Magnesium
  • D-Ribose

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