Dr Sebi Said Mucus Is The Cause of All Sickness. Harvard Says Its Chronic Inflammation. Here is the data from Harvard:
“If you examine top medical journals right now, you would see that most, or even all of them, would make mentioned multiple times of something called “chronic systemic inflammation”. This type of inflammation is extremely detrimental to our health and well-being. However, it is important to understand that all inflammation is not bad. Some is quite necessary.
Inflammation is indeed a very complicated part of physiology. During this process, our bodies respond, for example during an injury, with an acute inflammatory response. We can use the example of a bee sting. The body will react to the harmful stimulus by inflaming or swelling around the area of the sting. This is the body’s attempt to remove whatever is harming it, in this case the stinger. Once the stinger removed, inflammation is reduced and tissue repair begins.
As you can see, this is a positive attempt to remove something negative and to start something positive: healing. Without inflammation, wounds and infections will never heal properly. So in this case, inflammation is a good thing and needed for proper maintenance of the body. In addition, inflammation is certainly involved in the recovery process from exercise.
It is chronic inflammation that becomes problematic.
You will notice that acute inflammation is the body’s immediate response to harmful stimuli. When we speak of chronic inflammation, we are talking about the body’s response to chronic stimuli of over-eating and excess body fat. In both of these conditions, the larger fat cells become the “harmful stimuli” that is causing the inflammatory response.
As larger fat cells dominate, extra fat accumulates, and inflammation continues. As we know, some people accumulate excess fat much easier than others. The response, though, is the same.
Prolonged systemic inflammation is associated with many conditions including: hypertension, atherosclerosis, insulin resistance, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and premature aging. Further, chronic inflammation has been linked to many of the causes and risk for development of cancer.
What causes chronic inflammation?
Obesity, over-eating, and even over-exercising are all common causes of chronic inflammation. The body is simply overwhelmed by inflammation and cannot keep up with the process. The problem begins with insulin and blood glucose levels. The higher the chronic levels of insulin, the higher the inflammation.
People who are chronically inflamed will have elevated biomarkers in the following categories: C-reactive proteins, insulin, blood glucose, leptin, and tumor necrosis factor alpha. Additionally other inflammatory markers which will be elevated to include interleukin-6 and interleukin-18.”
Does anyone have the data (Youtube videos are fine too) from Dr. Sebi on mucus? If we know the real source of illness, we can start to work on real solutions and add them to the Melanin diet here.