Do germs really cause disease?
Louis Pasteur (1822 – 1895), was made famous for his germ theory. But why was the research of Antoine Bechamp (1816 – 1908), shoved under the carpet? Bechamp discovered that germs are not the primary cause of disease, but in fact, a secondary cause. The primary cause of most illness is the diseased, acidic, low-oxygen cellular environment, created by a toxic/nutrient deficient diet, toxic emotions, and a toxic lifestyle. His findings demonstrate how cancer develops through the morbid changes of germs to bacteria, bacteria to viruses, viruses to fungal forms and fungal forms to cancer cells.
How does our cellular environment become acidic and oxygen deprived? Refined carbohydrates like sugar and wheat are two major causes. Pharmaceutical drugs are another major cause. How do cells become nutrient deficient? Once again, refined carbohydrates such as sugar and wheat are a culprit. They create a nutrient deficit. Modern farming methods are also to blame, with artificial fertilizers only providing a few of the nutrients that were once available to plants through compost, manure and crop rotation. The dollar is now the prime motivating factor in food production, not nutrient value.
This article by Tony Isaacs is very enlightening!