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Women's Problems

Women’s problems go hand in hand with women’s physiology and anatomy. Unlike men, women have a uterus in which to carry and nurture the baby, ovaries which contain the eggs, and lactating breasts which supply the first nutrition for the newborn.  Anatomy provides the structure and physiology is the anatomy in action.  Throughout childbearing years physiology controls and directs the action in anticipation of a possible fertilized egg and subsequent pregnancy. Eggs are presented once a month in such a fashion as to greatly increase the possibility of fertilization. In anticipation of fertilization, the environment in the uterus is prepared so as to be able to sustain the fertilized egg as it grows into a mature baby ready for birth. If fertilization occurs, the breasts produce colostrum followed by milk to feed the newborn.

How does this all occur? The physiology or action is controlled by the nervous and hormonal systems. The nervous system is where cells and groups of cells are connected by nerves which are like wires over which messages are sent. It is like landline telephones where you pick up a phone and call your friend and the message is sent over the wire. The brain calls the stomach and sends a warning that a food is coming so be prepared. Hormones are chemicals manufactured by cells or groups of cells that are pushed out or secreted into the blood stream and carried to all parts of the body where other cells which are specially made to receive that particular hormone are waiting. The receiving cells are instructed to carry out a task. In other words, hormones are chemical message carriers.

The problems arise when the two message systems break down so that messages are interfered with. They are either blocked, garbled, slowed down or speeded up. So the action(physiology) in the structures(anatomy) is blocked, disoriented, too slow or too fast. So it can be said that most illnesses are due to problems in communication between various cells of the body.

What causes the “failure to communicate”?

All physiology occurs at the cellular level and is controlled by the cell membrane. This is the two layer “fence”around every cell in the body and is composed mostly of fat and protein that act together. Yes, it is true that each cell membrane is 50-60% fat and 40-50% protein with vitamins and minerals present as necessary partners in normal physiological function or action.

The first way problems arise is by not supplying the body with the essential fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals in their form as found in nature. Physiology or action is made possible by the nutrients. Nutrients form the structure or anatomy and nutrients create the conditions for and control the action or physiology. Fats and proteins have a characteristic shape and length that make up the structure or anatomy of tissues as found in nature. These inherent characteristics are what makes the anatomy possible and what gives the anatomy the ability to function or act so as to make or allow action or normal physiology to occur. So-called bad fats(this includes trans fats) have a different shape or length than is found in normal anatomical structures. They are like square pegs trying to fit into round holes. When bad fat is eaten the body tries to use what is available(it has no choice) and tries to construct it’s membranes. The result is weakened membranes with weakened structures or anatomy that results in wrong actions or physiology. So action breaks down in the cells and communication between cells breaks down.

The second way problems arise is when cell membranes are invaded by pollutants. Lead and mercury, mold toxins, toxins from bacteria or other parasites and chemicals are all fat soluble. This means they dissolve in and occupy space in the cell membranes. They cause damage by changing the shape of the good fats into bad fats thereby distorting the membrane shape which changes the function or action. They also attach to the proteins. Some proteins serve as message receivers of the chemical messages carried by hormones. When attached by metals or chemicals the message receiving proteins can’t receive the messages or the metals or chemicals transmit a similar message out of time with need or create too much messaging. The result is wrong action, distorted action or too much action, all of which upsets that normal body function resulting in disease.

The effect of the two ways cell function is altered is that communication in cells and between cells breaks down and normal action or function is impossible. 

Nerve cells which send messages over their wires called axons send distorted messages or the messages are blocked or too many are sent all resulting in a loss of control of the action or function.
Hormones are blocked or pollutants act like the hormone and send messages the body didn’t create.

So any women’s problem relating to ovulation, menstruation, fertility, pregnancy or lactation arises in this way. The health of the tissues such as the lining or muscles of the uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes and ovaries and of the breasts is dependent on the normal communication prided by the normal function of the nervous and hormonal systems which are dependent on the correct nutrients being provided at all times and the absence of foreign metals, chemicals and toxins from mold or parasites.

This why it is essential to eat clean and healthy food and drink clean water and breath clean air. The body can and does remove toxins from the body, but can only do so if it has all the essential nutrients. When essential nutrients are missing, pollutants are more easily absorbed by the body and less easily removed.

It is essential to know if you are deficient in nutrients or contain pollutants. The applied kinesiology techniques of Contact Reflex Analysis and Body Restoration Technique afford us noninvasive, painless and almost instantaneous methods of assessing the body’s nutrient and toxic status.

Dr. Robert Jackson.

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