Cancer food (5 HETE) is nearly identical to the Frequency Equivalent of Calcium. Picture this scenario: The body is in a state of trauma, it requests calcium for healing, only to be provided 5-HETE that feeds cancer. How do we know that 5 HETE is what enters the healing cell? We don’t, but there are two others issues associated with cancer in the body which, if present, are an indicator that cancer may be present: The Frequency Equivalent of Vitamin A goes high and the Frequency Equivalent of the enzyme catalase is less recurrent.
“5-Hydroxyeicosatetraenoic acid (5-HETE) is an endogenous eicosanoid (signaling molecules that can be created by Omega 3 (chia, hemp, flaxseed, fish, broccoli…) and Omega 6 (nuts, vegetable oils, sunflower, soybean, safflower, pumpkin, pecans…) fatty acids. It is member of a closely related family of eicosanoids that are made by and able to stimulate a large variety of human and other mammalian cell types. This pattern of production and stimulations has led to suggestions that 5-HETE and its family members are involved in various physiological and pathological reactions in humans.”
Calcitonin is known for its ability to keep calcium balanced in the body no matter what the task. Calcium supports healing, flexibility, nerves, immune response, blood pressure, intracellular osmosis, strong bones, teeth and hair, heart rate and much more. The literature lists at least 117 functions are listed for calcium.
This misidentification happens with a lot of toxic substances. With few exceptions, the Frequency Equivalents for nutrients do not overlap.
Also in stress: Nuclear Factor which supports the immune response along with sulfite (a preservative in dried foods, beer, bacon and wines).
Toxin in stress: DDD – which is DDT converted and stored in the mid-section of the body.
The Sound Health Portal is providing an online WorkStation so that people who have excess fat around the middle can test themselves to see what is causing the issues. Visit SoundHealthPortal.com for more information.
Keynote for the Week of July 19th-25th, 2020
Color = A point of transition from Orange/Yellow (Gold) to the note of E (yellow); moving out the note of D# into Leo
Breathing may be a bit better or a bit worse this week depending on your brain dominance. For right-brained people, breathing may be more difficult. For left-brained (linear, logical) folks, it may have been more difficult the last few days and likely until next Wednesday. For those with difficulty, maybe take it easy on your job or going up stairs. It will pass it a few days. In the meantime, refraining from milk products may help those who are sensitive to dairy.
There is only one muscle in stress now: the Serratus Posterior (assists breathing). It is located in the back where your lower ribs begin to attach to the spine. These muscles are often tired at the end of the day just through normal waking activities. The Serratus Posterior assists in the rotation and extension of the trunk and contributes to the expiration of air as we breathe.
The bacterium Helicobacter pylori is in the air and is associated with ulcers. Along with enzymes for digestion and some additional cranky, invading intestinal pathogens, it may be a bumpy ride for digestion for the next few days. You may even want to try some probiotics; there are several upcoming brands jumping into the market. I prefer Nana (low fat) or Maya yoghurt by Alta Dena if you can find it. It is a bit more expensive, but well worth it because of the ancient cultures they use [http://www.altadenadairy.com/where_to_buy.htm].