A CURRENT UNDERSTANDING OF PARKINSON'S
Although thousands of studies exist searching for answers as to the cause and cureof Parkinson's, there seems to be a vast disconnect. It is as if no one has ever readenough of the studies to come to any valuable conclusions. I found in reviewingand comparing the scientific studies, however, that a connection does emergebetween the studies, history, and what people are actually experiencing. Insummary, it has become increasingly apparent that what is
in the currentunderstanding of Parkinson's is this:
Damage to the mitochondria
, wherein damaged mitochondria are reproducingdamaged mitochondria is not just a "part" of Parkinson's, but the basis. Notonly is damaged mitochondria the basis for Parkinson's, but also likely formany neurological diseases, diabetes, immunological diseases, and cancers.2.
is the number one suspect today as that which is causing damage tomitochondria, leading to so many devastating diseases
This is because of mercury's unfettered, widespread, even brazen use in dentistry, medicine, andindustry. It's a poison we are actually injecting
people where we wouldnever dream of doing the same with other poisons in the same category (likelead or arsenic). But it is also the number one suspect, because mercury hasbeen shown to have perhaps the highest affinity for doing damage exactly howand where the damage is being done in Parkinson's.3.
"things going on"
that are being observed in Parkinson's stem from thedamaged mitochondria directly or indirectly. Continuing to focus upon, study,and address all the "things going on" without focusing upon and addressing themitochondria is doomed to
Many diseases are thought or
to have mitochondrial damage as thebasis. So when the day comes that man focuses upon
prevention of mitochondrial damage
doing that which heals the mitochondria
we will likely see a revival of sorts in the medical/health fields, such as has not
been seen in medicine since the discovery of "germs", especially given themany diseases to which damaged mitochondria is now linked.