Yeast and Cancer

As we have developed in the above, the Paralysis down regulates all functions in the body so as to preserve energy and to resist outer influences. Down regulation means amongst others reduced blood flow and reduced power consumption.

At the next level this means reduced oxygenation and directly a reduction in pH level. However, pH is further lowered by the energy exchange processes.

For any process in the body to function, the correct composition of fuel is needed. The fuel in question is commonly named ATP, meaning Adenosine Triphosphate. ATP is created through three different processes, dependent on the use.

The first is the short term super fast process called ATP-CP. Actually it is not really created; it is rather stored for spontaneous use. It allows the body to react immediately and explosively, but the durance is only seconds.

If the body has to proceed more than 10 seconds, then another process is needed, because the stored amount of ATP is consumed within this short time frame. This activates the middle term creation of ATP using the simple, but inefficient anaerobic glycolysis, which allows the body to proceed in relatively high speed in mere minutes. Some of the by products are lactic acids. The build up of lactic acids is well known from when we over exercise and get stiff and aching muscles.

For any activity of some duration the body preserves energy by further processing the by products of the anaerobic glycolysis, thus creating 18 times the ATP from the same amount of energy stored in the body. However, for this to happen there is a high need for oxygen. Otherwise this complex and slow, but very efficient process can not occur.

Now we can develop a picture of, what happens in a body, which is struck by a paralysis. With virtually no breath there is no way for the body to process the created acids into energy. They will gradually build up and help lowering the pH suitable for the paralysis.

When the paralysis is over however, this process must be reversed. If the body experiences a Paralysis Hangover, the acidosis will continue to build up with no end in sight.

With the entire system switching to lower pH values, the body inevitably has to build cells, that adapt better to the acidic environment. A paper from 2004 explains, that “… upregulation of glycolysis leads to microenvironmental acidosis requiring evolution to phenotypes resistant to acid-induced cell toxicity.”1

Instead of the oxygen loving tissue, the body slowly fills up with tissue adapted to more acid states. This tissue tends to be more yeast like. This yeast like tissue enables the body to utilize the low oxygen lactic acid processes, but it comes at a price. As this anaerobic glycolysis is very inefficient, a person relying thereof will tend to perform badly. Even thinking becomes reduced as the brain is clogged up; some speak of a foggy head.

Over time this acidic state seems to lead to isolation of tissue, which survive with very little or no oxygen. Such isolations in the body can be understood as cancer growth. The scientists continue: “We propose that the glycolytic phenotype, by conferring a powerful growth advantage, is necessary for evolution of invasive human cancers.”

Cancer is a natural continuation of paralysis as in Paralysis Hangover. Like many other parameters yeast or cancer may be registered and pursued. As it is not a cause though, merely a symptom, it turns out to be nothing to hunt down in it self. The simple treatment is to bring the body out of the Paralysis Hangover.

1https://www.nature.com/articles/nrc1478