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Inflammation is Good

Inflammation is Good as it is a friendly warning.

By Michael Patrick Plumstead.

Most people are blissfully unaware of chronic inflammation cascading throughout their bodies, exposing them to chronic health risks. Inflammation in short, is the body’s response to internal and outside threats like stress, infection and toxic chemicals. Inflammation is the body’s attempt at self-protection; the aim being to remove harmful stimuli, including damaged cells, irritants, pathogens and an acid body – and begin the healing process. Inflammation is the body warning you and acting to protect you. Inflammation is good.

When something harmful or irritating affects a part of our body, there is a biological response to try to remove it, the signs and symptoms of inflammation, specifically acute inflammation, show that the body is trying to heal itself.

Inflammation does not mean infection, even when an infection causes inflammation. Infection is caused by a bacteria, virus or fungus, while inflammation is the body’s response to it.

When the immune system senses one of these dangers, it responds by activating proteins meant to protect cells and tissues. “In a healthy situation, inflammation serves as a good friend to our body, but if immune cells start to overreact, that inflammation can be totally directed against us.

This type of harmful, chronic inflammation can have many causes, including a virus or bacteria, an autoimmune disorder, foods causing acidity, sugary and bad fatty foods, or the way you handle stress.

Have you ever banged your shin and watched as a reddish bump rises to the surface and swells in a painful bruise? That’s your body’s defense mechanism at work. Inflammation at the site of an injury means the soldiers of healing, your body’s white blood cells have arrived on the scene to make you all better. Acute inflammation, as that process is known, usually lasts only a few days.

But lately, scientists have started homing in on another type of inflammation in your body that may be the root cause of many diseases and health problems. Known as chronic inflammation or systemic inflammation, it occurs when your body repeatedly experiences a series of assaults, that cause the soldier cells to go into a full fighting mode, from which they can never recover. And over time, they begin to create problems in the very organs and systems they were meant to protect.

What Inflammation Does to Your Body

The results can be dangerous – chronic inflammation has now been linked to Alzheimer’s Disease, heart disease, kidney problems, cancer, diabetes, eczema, allergies, arthritis, gout, stroke, and asthma, to name a few.

For example, when you repeatedly fill your gut with fat-laden foods such as factory-meat, margarine, rich desserts, breakfast cereals and high-sugar foods, you are asking your body to work overtime to digest it and get it out of your system.

Your arteries may become irritated as these substances pass through them, and bad cholesterol piles up inside them because the blood vessels are starting to become inflamed. Soon, you may have an artery that is too sticky for anything to get by – it has become permanently inflamed. It is not the cholesterol that caused the blocking, but the inflammation of the blood vessels.

Limiting Inflammation Can Protect You from Disease

Tanzi, a neuroscientist who studies Alzheimer’s at Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital, says studies have shown that the brains of people who live to ripe old ages without Alzheimer’s or dementia have one thing in common:

Very little, if any, brain inflammation. Inflammation is less common in people who maintain a healthy weight, than in those who are obese. It is less common among those who follow the plant-heavy Mediterranean diet, than among those who fill their plates with empty carbohydrates and tons of red meat.

Not surprisingly, the recommendations for reducing inflammation in your body are much the same as those we’ve been hearing for years about how to prevent heart disease, how to avoid cancer, and how to live healthfully. The difference, per Dr. Tanzi, is that now these recommendations are backed by incontrovertible scientific evidence.

What can influence how quickly your injuries heal, whether you catch the flu, and the health of your cardiovascular system?

The answer is inflammation!

Inflammation is part of the vascular system’s complex response to harmful stimuli. The tissues and blood cells that keep your body healthy are intertwined in a complex network that makes up your vascular system. It plays a critical role in maintaining your body’s immune system and heart function. It is especially important for athletes to control inflammation to be able to compete at peak performance. Inflammation affects everyone and tends to become harder to control, as you age, unless you regularly use a device like the CellQuicken.

How to Reduce Chronic Inflammation

To keep your levels in check, avoid eating foods that are high in bad fat, refined flour, empty calories, sugar, and table salt (as in fast foods). Aim for foods that are high in antioxidants like vitamins C and E, fiber, calcium, fish oils, mono-unsaturated fats, and low on the glycemic index.

Specific foods that have been shown to influence lowering inflammation include garlic, grapes, herbs and spices, soy protein, nuts, olive oil, black and green teas, and vinegar. Many of these foods are consistent with following a Mediterranean Diet, a good way to keep your CRP levels in the healthy range.


At best, you should get between seven and eight hours of sleep each night. Of course, it’s not always possible to reach that goal, but there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that more sleep equals less inflammation, Dr. Tanzi says. “It’s one of the determinants of our level of chronic inflammation.”


Even small changes in your exercise routine can make significant dents in your body’s level of inflammation, Dr. Tanzi says.

“You don’t have to work out like a maniac, but some exercise each day will make a big difference,” he adds. Exercise reduces levels of toxic protein debris in the brain, helps curb brain inflammation, and induces the birth of new nerve stem cells in the brain, particularly in the areas involved with Alzheimer’s disease. “If you want your health span to keep up with your life span—to live longer with good health—that’s where these old-hat recommendations become new,” Dr. Tanzi says.

I personally use a Rebounder Bounce for my daily exercise in my lounge – see a picture of us Rebounding.

Focus on gut health.

Your gut holds approximately 60 to 70 percent of your immune system, so it stands to reason that it would be a great place to reduce chronic inflammation. And if your gut is in bad shape, you can only imagine, that your immune system is in some serious trouble.

Check out the CellQuicken Ultrasound analysis and home treatment to get your immune system operation at full capacity.

A great way to start immediately, is by taking a daily fresh pre-and probiotic. Just make sure it’s high quality and alive.

When you can’t control inflammation through diet and exercise alone, use your friendly, non-invasive, CellQuicken Ultrasound home therapy.

Another possibility worth exploring is chronic infection (bacteria, viruses, yeast, parasites). These guys could be hiding out in your body just under the radar and dragging your immune system down. You have a couple of options for testing—look at your blood or poo. It may not be pretty, but knowledge is power, so be brave and have your stool checked. You can have your stool analysed – this analysis will identify parasites, abnormal bacteria, yeasts, and other gastrointestinal issues, which will help you create a game plan that targets the infection.

You will also be able to target these little monsters with your CellQuicken Ultrasound device. This is the cleanest, quickest and easiest method.

I suggest you also consider Leaky Gut Syndrome, a condition that can result in damage to your intestinal lining. When this occurs, bacteria, undigested food, and other toxins can literally leak into your bloodstream, triggering an autoimmune response and a host of painful inflammatory symptoms. A simple urine test or a dry-blood analysis, can tell you if you need to plug up those leaks, so to speak.

Again, you can call in your CellQuicken home therapy to resolve this issue.

Adequate oxygen and micronutrients, inhibit the formation of inflammation and tumours (vitamins, minerals from sufficient plant-based foods and structured water.) This also inhibits metastasis, formation of cancer cells and the growth of cancer cells.

Structured water and micronutrients can work together at the genetic level of cancer cells and convert them from immortal cells to cells that die – they MURDER cancer cells.

Vitamin C, amino acids, cannabis, green tea are all anti-inflammatory. Remember, inflammation leads to Cancer and all the other dreaded diseases. Also, remember, the good herbs: Curcumin (turmeric), black pepper, ginger, garlic is good for us. These are all anti-inflammatory.

Having said so much about the absolute importance of inflammation in this article, the only true and real cure for cancer and other diseases is building the immune system, after all inflammation and acidity has been addressed and is gone.

A fight with no army is like a fight against cancer with no immune system. Again, you can bring in the CellQuicken to build your immune system.

The CellQuicken, scans and gives you an analysis of your body’s primary and secondary systems. It also, creates an ultrasound frequency treatment, that you can use at home for the entire family. In addition, besides structuring your water, it can prevent your family from becoming ill. In other words, help you plan and execute a preventative life style and frequency in your home and at the office.