Immune Suppression in Acidosis-Prof Bruce Lipton
'An excess of acidity in the body produces inflammation in the body and that this results in the development of many common illnesses.'
Prof Dr Bruce Lipton, PHD - Cell biologist
Protein molecules are the basic structural building blocks of organisms from single cells (e.g., amoebae)
through the entire animal kingdom, including humans. A behavioral character of proteins is that these
molecules can change their conformation (shape) in response to complementary environmental signals.
When a protein changes its conformation, the resulting movements are harnessed by cells to drive life
functions, such as metabolism, respiration, digestion, mobility, and immune protection.
The mechanics behind a protein’s conformational shape are directly linked to the distribution of positive
and negative charges along the protein’s molecular backbone. These shape-controlling molecular
charges are directly influenced by environmental factors that include salt and ion balance, ambient
temperature, electromagnetic fields and especially pH. To ensure normal protein function, the
environment must be tightly regulated. This is why normal tissue function requires such a narrow range
of pH between 7.37 and 7.47.
Immune system function is directly linked to protein receptors and ... >> Read more