Health Maverick Turns Medical Science Upside Down
Part 1 of 3

Cutting Edge Nutritional Scientist Dr. Gary Tunsky, N.D. Shatters The Lies Of Medicine In This Hard-Hitting Interview With CRUSADOR Editor Greg Ciola And Explains In Simplistic Detail How Following His 9 Pillars Of Cellular Health Is What Is Needed To Stay Healthy And Recover From Disease

Dr. Gary Tunsky, N.D. is a world renowned speaker/lecturer and teacher to doctors and health professionals on the latest healing technologies. In this groundbreaking interview Tunsky will shatter the mysteries surrounding all disease. His perceptive understanding of health and healing therapies will help you sift through the maze of disinformation amidst a sea of chaos and confusion so you will understand the root cause of all disease – Cellular Malfunction.

Mainstream Medicine’s fundamental misconception that thousands of different diseases exist, all with varied causes demanding different treatments, has led scientists down the flawed path of categorizing symptoms as disease when symptoms are the intelligent warning signals of disease. In this provocative interview, Tunsky will share with readers the inner workings of the body’s cells and outline his 9 Pillars of Cellular Health that are needed to restore whole body health and overcome virtually every disease “label” known to man.

Greg: Gary, it’s a pleasure to have the opportunity to interview you on this extremely important subject. Can you give our readers a short presentation on what goes on at the cellular level and how all disease originates there before we get into your 9 Pillars of Cellular Health?

Sure. To fully understand what leads to the degenerative and metabolic disease process so prevalent today you need to understand the inner workings of the cell. All life begins at the cell, is maintained by the cell, and ceases by the cell. Your cells are pretty much the bricks and mortar — I call them the nuts and bolts — from which all living tissues and organs are made. Each cell performs different responsibilities, depending on what type of cell it is.

In a complex world of over 100 trillion cells, the body is made of at least 200 different cell types. There are brain cells, skin cells, kidney cells, muscle cells, bone cells, nerve cells, and so forth. All of the body’s cells perform unique functions and synergistically orchestrate the body’s function capacity as a whole. You cannot separate these cells any more than you can separate organs or systems without suffering consequences. The problem with medical science is they’ve compartmentalized the body into a bunch of truck parts which has led to the training of specialty fields teaching that the cells, organs, and systems all work separately. You cannot segregate or isolate any of the cells, organs, systems, or even nutrients for that matter. They all work in synergy like a synchronized orchestra.

Greg: What constitutes a healthy cell?

There are eleven different categories that are necessary for new cell growth and proper functioning of the body’s systems as a whole. They are:

1. 24 amino acids.
2. Carbohydrates or glycogen.
3. Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s).
4. 16 vitamins.
5. 72 plus minerals.
6. Enzymes (catalysts which make everything else work).
7. Phytonutrients (pro-oxidants instead of antioxidants coming from green plants which have the chlorophyll).
8. Sunshine or photon light (electromagnetic pulse waves which come from the sun).
9. Glyconutrients (essential glycosugars and glycolipids needed for cellular communication).
10. Oxygen.
11. Water (restructured alkaline water as opposed to dead acidic water).

Greg: Can you explain how these eleven different categories are synonymous with the 26 letters of the alphabet and how it ties into good health?

Just as a dictionary is built on 26 letters, which are rearranged in sentences, the human cells need over 100-plus nutrients in eleven different categories to run cellular processes. Let’s say you have 30 nutrients out of 45 needed at a beta cell site to produce insulin. The cell will sit there and wait for the next meal to complete the extra 15 nutrients needed to synthesize the insulin. If there’s a deficiency, it will wait to complete the nutrient recipe or synthesize inferior insulin. Another cell might be a brain cell needing 40 nutrients to produce serotonin. If it’s not at the cell site or if the cell membrane is solidified, caked up with toxins, or hardened with hydrogenated fats, obviously that would be a factor in the cell not being able to receive the intelligent nutrients or electrical impulse needed to produce serotonin.

If it’s a liver cell that produces bile, it’s the same thing. If the liver cell doesn’t have the recipe of the nutrients out of the 100-plus, the cell will sit there and wait for the next meal. Hopefully you’ll be smart enough to complete the cellular recipe for the building material in order to make the bile.

So every hormone, neurotransmitter, peptide, and substance such as ATP for energy, is actually built on a recipe or a synergy of different nutrients from those eleven categories I just listed.

Greg: Tell us how the body’s cells perform different functions within the body?

Well, every cell, whether it’s a nerve cell or a muscle cell or a brain cell, is analogous to us as a whole in a microcosm. For instance, we have to breathe oxygen — cells have to breathe oxygen. We communicate — cells communicate in four different languages. They communicate in electromagnetic language, neurotransmitter language, hormonal language, and electrochemical language, which would be a combination of brain and the muscle.

We have internal organs — our cells have internal organs called organelles or genetic material. We have skin — our cells have skin called semi-permeable membrane to protect the inside of the cell from damage due to free radicals.

We conceive children — cells actually conceive by splitting and dividing into new cell generations called daughter cells. We produce waste — cells produce and release waste which has to be eliminated from the body via the skin, colon and urine. We need photon light from the sun — every cell of the body needs photon light from the sun for cellular communication which creates the electromagnetic energy to light up the cell like a light bulb. We harness the micro-electric current energy coming from the sun through photosynthesis — cells harness micro-electric voltage inside the cell, in the mitochondria which produces the ATP; the energy factories for every cell. Cells are also manufacturing plants that synthesize hormones, neurotransmitters, proteins, peptides and intelligent life force to run all the body’s functions.

So if you look at the correlation between a human and a cell, we have 100 trillion tiny cellular engines that are analogous of a human that performs different functions. Cells are multifaceted. Some act as miniature electrical generators, like lithium batteries. New Age calls it aura but every human being produces energy that can be measured by Kirlian photography. All of your cells store, repair, communicate, and transport. Every second of every day your cells are involved with waste disposal, food production, temperature control, and pH balancing to maintain health and vitality all dependant on the 9 Pillars of Cellular Health.

Greg: Gary, you’ve been able to break almost every disease known to man down into a short yet thorough presentation. Can you explain that to our readers?

Okay. By knowing that the creation of the human body is built on plant-derived substances, not synthetic pharmaceutical compounds, the body is created to recognize self from non-self. Anything synthetic is rejected as a foreign substance. The disease process is triggered by the accumulated toxins that we eat, breathe, drink, think, and bathe in on a regular basis. If we take in more contaminants, carcinogens and acids than what the body’s filtration, elimination and immune system can handle on a daily basis, it supersedes a threshold that eventually overwhelms the body and pollutes the blood. Our blood is a river of life. When it becomes overwhelmed with toxins it becomes a river of disease and death instead.

Here’s an analogy of the toxic assault most of us are faced with on a daily basis. Most Americans wake up Monday morning to a jolt of caffeine from a cup of coffee and a sugar-laden donut or pastry. Then their hit with more toxins from breakfast, lunch, and dinner that will introduce more sugar, white flower, preservatives, additives, emulsifiers, stabilizers, cancer-causing dyes, artificial flavors, rancid fats, hydrogenated fats, and a litany of other toxic additives that eventually get into the blood through digestion.

Then you step outside and breathe contaminated air, especially if you’re in a major city like New York, Los Angeles or Houston. It’s possible you could be breathing 100,000 different environmental and industrial contaminants with every breath. You have fluorocarbons, petrofluorocarbons, PCB’s, dioxin, industrial contaminants, fossil fuels, paint fumes, Chemtrails, pesticides, herbicides, and other genocides.

Combine this with the chemical by-products from industry depending on your profession. For example; if you’re a painter or if you’re a mechanic that’s dealing with turpentine solvents that leach through the skin and into the bloodstream.

Then you have beverage contaminants with your Cokes, Dr. Peppers, carbonated sodas, BHA, BHT, sodium benzoate, Yellow No. 5 dyes, caramel coloring, MSG, aspartame, Splenda, phosphoric acid, and thousands of other chemicals that also get into the blood through digestion.

Then you have your skin, which is literally a sponge with what you’re bathing and showering in and most people, out of ignorance, don’t have a shower filter to filter this garbage out of their municipal water. When you bathe you’re taking in chlorine dioxide, fluoride, bromide, arsenic and all the other chemical by-products they use to treat the water. An average person with a 10-15-minute shower is going to drink six glasses of tap water by the absorption of the skin pores.

A trip to the bathroom will assault your body with thousands of other chemical toxins that are in your cosmetics and toiletries like toothpaste, mouthwash, soap, deodorant, shampoo, hair spray, shaving cream, lipstick, perfume, and cologne. In many cases manufacturers are not even required by law to list what chemicals are in these products.

So the big picture is by the time you breathe, eat, drink and bathe, not counting your social habits, second-hand smoke, emotional toxins, or the contaminants in your homes, businesses, or airplanes by breathing in recycled air from the air ducts that haven’t been cleaned in five years, you are past a threshold that your body can handle to stay well. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that if you breathe, eat, drink and bathe in more contaminants than your body can eliminate on a daily basis, eventually your payday will come as a degenerative or metabolic disease.

If you’re taking in an accumulated combined total of 150,000 contaminants on Monday and the liver, kidneys, colon, lymphatic system, the skin through sweat, and respiratory CO2 output are only capable of dumping 100,000 contaminants, you’re in trouble. By Tuesday you haven’t changed your lifestyle; you have the same job, the same stress, the same eating habits, same social habits, and same job. Day after day you maintain that toxic load at 150,000 or more, and the body is only dumping 100,000 or less.

As time goes on, the immune system weakens, the liver, kidneys and the lymphatic system get congested, and they slow down as far as their filtering capability. Usually a lethargic condition or sluggishness sets in at this time telling you that contamination is occurring at the blood level. Most people, being tired like that, are even more sedentary and ingest toxic stimulants to get them through the day. Then at their jobs, they’re sitting around watching computers. At home they’re watching television and they’re not moving the blood and they’re not moving the lymph fluids. So as time goes on, now the elimination systems, the filtration systems, and the immune system are only capable of removing 90,000 contaminants, then 80,000, then 70,000. As time goes on, the toxic load is maintained but the elimination capability is weakened.

What happens with these extra carcinogens, acids, and toxins is they end up collecting in the blood. Once the blood becomes contaminated, the body goes under what’s called adaption response where it will shove these toxins and poisons into a weak link in the chain of organs; what I call the path of least resistance. This is your genetic predisposition given to you by your parents. Wherever your weakness is, or the path of least resistance, is where the blood is going to choose to store or deposit the toxins in order to keep the blood clean and you alive.

If the dump zone is the joints and the blood is shoving these acids and contaminants into the synovial fluid producing cells for storage, what happens next is billions of cells that produce synovial fluid or bursa fluid become congested, contaminated, and suffocated. Eventually it causes a cascading effect of cellular respiration problems and the water, oxygen, and intelligent nutrients can’t get in through the phospholipid membrane.

When billions of cells in the joints can’t produce the joint protecting fluid, you get a dryness and then an immune response of T-cells, macrophages, and NK cells to clean up the toxic mess like a Pac Man. When the white blood cells fight anything, they release histamines, cytokines, or prostaglandins which are inflammatory chemicals. This inflammatory response is going to be called arthritis or bursitis by medical science. I want the readers to know that arthritis is not even a disease. “Arth” means joint; “itis” means inflammation. So inflammation of the joint is a description of the cellular malfunction of the synovial fluid or the bursa fluid producing cells.

If the dump zone is the pancreas because that’s your weak link in the chain of organs where the beta cells are that produce insulin and they get congested, suffocated, and contaminated, eventually the cell receptors get clogged and they cannot produce the insulin or receive glucose. When sugar is ingested, sugar regulation is affected and you’re going to go into a hypoglycemic condition eventually leading to the label “diabetes mellitus.” Again, this is cellular malfunction just like bursa joint cell contamination would be cellular malfunction. Two different locations, one disease: Cellular Malfunction.

If the dump zone is the heart where the cardiac cells are located that regulate electrical conduction for heart contraction, eventually you’re going to have arrhythmias or palpitations telling you what’s happening at the cellular level; that the toxic residues are impacted in the arteries, coronaries, or the cardiac tissue. Eventually the symptoms are going to scream louder in an angina pain to tell you that cellular malfunction is more severe. When the cells malfunction in the heart, you’re going to have a label called cardiovascular disease, eventually a myocardial infarction, or a heart attack, if it’s not dealt with by non-toxic, non-invasive treatments.

If the deposition is the frontal lobe of the brain, usually it’s heavy metals: aluminum, cadmium, lead, mercury from your teeth, vaccines, etc. Heavy metals will leak in through the blood brain barrier via the dopaminergic system then the lipid fatty tissue of the brain will attract these heavy metals. If it’s the frontal lobe of the brain where cells regulate cognitive thinking, you’re going to get short-term memory problems and then eventually long-term memory loss called Alzheimer’s disease. Again, these are labels of the same disease: Cellular Malfunction.

If the substantia nigra dopamine producing cells or the corpus striatum in the brain just below the pituitary is the collection or deposition zone for heavy metals and neurotoxins, you’re going to have problems with dopamine production; and you’re going to display symptoms of festination, or shuffling gait, called Parkinson’s disease. There’s no such thing as Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson is the name of a doctor. Parkinson’s disease is the descriptive label of cellular malfunction of dopamine producing cells in the brain.

I can show this physiological pathway with every “dis-ease” label known to man. The readers need to know that there is only one disease, cellular malfunction with two causes to the 10,001 “labels” on the one disease. The question to your readers is what would be the treatment protocols if you knew that the physiological pathway to the one disease is toxicities and insufficiencies?

End of Part 1. Part 2 will apear on our eAlerts January 1, 2006.

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