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Wellness and Rejuvenation Treatment Protocol

A. RAPID CELLULAR BALANCING (RCB)

        Biochemic system of medicine was first introduced by Dr. Wilhelm Heinrich Schuessler, M.D., of Oldenburg, Germany, who had research the many roles of minerals in the human body. He found out that providing the correct minerals or proper cell salts to the sick cells of the body and the abnormal or diseased symptom(s) decreased or disappeared and the body healed itself.Patterned after the biochemic system of treatment by Schuessler, Rapid Cellular Balancing (RCB) is an efficient, safe, and fast natural approach in normalizing patients suffering from asthma, allergy, neuropathies, neuritis, arthritis, myopathies, cancer, stroke, heart disease, etc. Before it is administered, extensive attention is given to each patient when determining the correct potency, duration, and frequency of treatment. The remedies necessary to treat an individual’s problem or disease differ from patient to patient. While one patient may require a particular remedy for treatment, another person suffering from the same malady may need a completely different remedy to achieve results. Inspired by the studies made by a Nobel Prize awardee, Dr. Otto Warburg on cellular nutrition, he further upgraded the RCB solution by using not only major minerals like calcium, magnesium, potassium, sulfur, etc. but also trace minerals like zinc, manganese, copper, iron, etc. acting as co-factors plus coenzymes, antioxidants and enzymes to promote cellular respiration. Now, the speed of patient’s improvement is exponential as if the patient is anointed by the LORD.

HOW TO PREPARE RAPID CELLULAR BALANCING (RCB)

RCB #1: To be taken 1 to 2 hrs before bedtime daily for 7 days. 1st dose is 1 ½ tbsp. of the powder and 1 tbsp. there after.

RCB #2: This is to be taken on the second week. Mixed thoroughly all the powders (big white powder, orange powder, small white powder) In the pack.  Then divide into 4 parts, Each part is to be taken every other day.

Each time the RCB dosage is taken it should be dissolve in 1 to 2 tbsp. water and blended with 1 to 2 tbsp. of honey to form a syrupy solution.

HOW TO PREPARE WHEY MILK  

  • Use 1/2 to 1 glass of water (8oz).
PROCEDURE IN INTAKE OF RCB
  • Drink 1/2 whey milk.
  • Put a pinch of salt (sea salt) in the solution.
  • Drink RAPID CELLULAR BALANCING solution.
  • Drink remaining 1/2 of whey milk.
NOTE: in case of ALLERGY TAKE 1 tab OF CHLORPHENAMINE MALEATE IF DIARRHEA occurs               TAKE 1glass of water with 1/4 tbsp. sea salt 1 glass of 100% apple juice or buko                   juice after every bowel movement.


B. TAKE-HOME MEDICATIONS

        In addition to Rapid Cellular Balancing, the patient is given take-home supplements to further enhance the effect of RCB. These may be a combination of at least any 5 kinds of the following:
  • Retinol D – strengthens the immune system. It is essential for mineral metabolism and endocrine function, regeneration of damage cells and tissues and helps in detoxification.

  • Alpha Tocopherol – antioxidant to prevent further oxidative damage.

  • Flavonoids with Vitamin C – an important antioxidant that prevents damage by free radicals.

  • Complex B vitamins – aids in synthesis of various coenzymes in the body.

  • Wheat Germ Oil – increases sense of well-being and vitality.

  • Cellular Balancing Minerals – contains major and trace minerals varying in composition given depending on patient’s condition.

  • Methionine – supplies sulfur and other compounds required by the body for normal metabolism and growth. It belongs to a group of compounds called lipotropics, or chemicals that help the liver process fats (lipids).

  • Phosphatidyl choline & Phospatidyl inositol – aids in the regeneration of cell membrane esp. nerve cells.

  • Calcium Carbonate (CaCo3) – involved in blood-clotting, in nerve & muscle stimulation,helps activate several enzymes and helps regulate the passage of nutrient in & out of the cell wall.

  • Brewer’s Yeast – it is a rich source of minerals -- particularly chromium, an essential trace mineral that helps the body maintain normal blood sugar levels; selenium; protein; and the B-complex vitamins.

  • Dessicated Liver – stimulates the production of more red blood cells, used in the treatment of anemia,  also used in the treatment of liver disorders.

  • Glutathione – it is the major endogenous antioxidant produced by the cells, participating directly in the neutralization of free radicals and reactive oxygen compounds, as well as maintaining exogenous antioxidants such as vitamins C and E in their reduced (active) forms.

  • Egg Yolk Lecithin  - promotes brain health and aids in cardiovascular health. It helps bind fats and water together.

  • Pyridoxine  - balance hormonal changes and aid in the immune system. Prevents anemia in people with kindly disease.

  • Acidophillus  - improve intestinal motility and help relieve constipation. Enhance immune system and reduce cancer development.

C. DIETARY/LIFESTYLE RECOMMENDATIONS


Diet: Plant sources must be organically grown & pesticide-free and animals should be free-ranged!

  • Rejuvenating Food
    Eat daily: at least 6 soft-boiled fertilized eggs and 2-3 glasses of whey, full cream milk or fresh carabao’s, cow’s or goat’s milk (preferably raw or unpasteurized)
    May take cottage cheese (kesong puti) or yogurt as an alternative to milk
     
  • Energy Food
    As source of complex carbohydrate: unpolished rice (if not available you may add wheat germ or rice bran to rice), whole wheat, potato or sweet potato or other tubers, old fashion rolled oats, raw wild honey, palm sugar
     
  • Body-building Food
    Meats coming from ruminants like cow (beef), carabao (carabeef), lamb, goat, deer and poultry (chicken, duck, turkey).  NOTE: Of ruminants, remove all fats (tallow) the tail fat and those coming from the entrails, the kidneys, fatty lobe attached to the liver. Marbled fat and bone marrow are a good source of choline.
     
  • Regulatory Food
    Eat plenty of vegetables and fruits and drink at least 8 glasses of water.

Rest:  8 hours of sleep

Exercise/Activities Recommended: At least 30 minutes daily or as you are able.


D. Things to AVOID:

  • Exposure to ionizing and non-ionizing Radiation.

  • Non-ionizing radiation i.e. Microwaves and other electric appliances, mobile phones and cordless telephones, high tension wires, radio transmitters and cell sites.

  • Ionizing radiation i.e. ultraviolet lights, x-rays, mammograms, CT Scans & radiation therapy.

  • Exposure to Common Pollutants i.e. pesticides, herbicides and other pollutants.

  • Pesticides, herbicides and other chemical poisons.

  • Motor vehicle exhaust during heavy traffic congestion.

  • Woodstoves, gas stoves and cigarette smoke.

  • Industrial emissions, gasoline vapors, and chemical solvents.

  • Foods considered “unclean” (not fit for human consumption) by God. These are:
  • Fish without fins and scales like hito, swordsfish, tambacol, tanguigue, tulingan, stingray, etc - These fishes are usually high in toxins and other contaminants.

  • Bottom dweller seafoods like crabs, oysters, shrimps, squids, lobsters, prawns, etc. - Acute hepatitis A & non-ABC hepatitis, Neurologic illness, as well as heavy metal toxicity are related to these foods.

  • Pork and pork products like bacon, longganisa, tocino, ham – Pork fat is a carrier of viruses and parasites like tapeworm, trichinella, etc. Certain flu viruses which are non-virulent can become virulent when combined with a bird virus in the pork flesh. Ex. Hongkong flu virus.

  • Compounds in processed foods that can cause cancer and other diseases have been identified by some researchers. These are:
  • Trans fatty acids - imitation fats in shortenings, margarines and in most commercially baked goods and snack foods. This is strongly associated with cancer (lungs and reproductive organs), heart disease, atherosclerosis, and accelerated aging.

  • Rancid fats - industrial processing creates rancidity in commercial vegetable oils because their antioxidant properties have been stripped off.

  • Polyunsaturated fatty acids like corn oil, canola, sunflower and soya oils -Dangerously high levels of omega-6 fatty acids are due to the overuse of vegetable oils in modern diets and also consumption of animals on commercial feeds. Omega-6 fatty acids, although needed in small amounts, an excess can contribute to cancer, autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases, hypertension, etc.

  • MSG - Popularly known as vetsin or monosodium glutamate is associated with brain cancer, obesity, migraines and headaches, autism, ADHD and even Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative brain diseases. It's found in almost all processed foods even when "MSG" does not appear on the label.

  • Aspartame/high fructose sweetener - this imitation sweetener in diet foods and beverages is associated with brain cancer, and neurodegenerative brain diseases such as Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, ALS, and Alzheimer's disease.

  • Pesticides - found in pesticide-treated rice, most common commercial vegetable oils, fruit juices, vegetables and fruits. Pesticides are associated with benign and malignant tumors, genetic changes, birth defects, blood disorders, nerve disorders, endocrine disruption and birth defects.

  • Hormones - found in animals raise in confinement and fed soy and grains. Plant-based hormones are plentiful in soy foods. The risk of breast and other cancers increases with the uncontrolled use of sex hormones on feedlots to stimulate growth.

  • Artificial Flavorings and Colors - associated with various types of cancers, especially when consumed in large amounts in a diet of junk food.

  • Refined Carbohydrates – white or brown sugar, corn syrup, polished rice & white flour are devoid of nutrients. In order for refined carbohydrates to be burned completely, they used up nutrients from other foods or borrow nutrients from the body. Hence, tumor growth is associated with refined carbohydrates.

  • Eating foods that are UHT (Ultra-heated) can cause alteration of the protein profile in food.

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E.  Things ALLOWABLE for Cooking/Food Preparations

  • Frying or Sautéing is allowed as long as butter or coconut oil is used.

  • For seasoning, use sea salt. Fish sauce (bagoong na isda) may also be used, but not shrimp sauce.

  • Aluminum cookware maybe used but only for cooking bland diet foods. Else, avoid it.

  • Normal salt is allowed unless otherwise advised.

  • If wild honey or palm sugar is not available then you may use organic pesticide-free coconut sugar.

  • Only fermented soy-based foods (miso, tempeh, soy sauce, natto) may also be consumed sparingly.

  • Dried and smoked fish is also allowed as long as the fish is fresh before drying or smoking.

  • Hard boiled egg is allowed as long as the outer portion of the yolk did not turn black.

  • The yellow or soft fat of beef or carabeef may also be used for sautéing or frying.

  • Organ meats of ruminants allowed are the liver, brain, pancreas, heart and stomach only.  

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F.  DIETARY INTERVENTION


        On a calorie-restricted diet, it is possible to delay the accumulation of free radicals in the body and decrease the rate of human metabolism. As a result, the human life span could be extended significantly (by dozens of years or more). That is why the calorie-restricted nutrition program will not only speed up disease-killing and suppression but will also provide more endurance and energy. The diet recommended on this program is 40% Fat, 40% Protein and 20% Carbohydrates.


Morning:

  • Breakfast should consist of:
     
    • 2 fertilized eggs (Poached, soft or hard-boiled) OR sunny side-up or scrambled or omelet with vegetables (any one or combination of ampalaya, eggplant, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, green red, or yellow pepper) but using only butter for sautéing or frying.  You may also take it as drink, as in eggnog.

    • About 100g fish or palm-size lamb meat or a leg or thigh of a free-ranged fowls.

    • 100g liver alone or with pancreas of beef, carabeef, goat, or free-ranged fowls (NOTE: preferably raw and taken 2x daily (AM/PM)  for those with cancer or kidney problems).

    • At most of 1/3 cup of old fashion rolled oats or 1 tablespoonful of unpolished rice OR 1 slice of whole wheat bread.

    • 2 heaping tablespoon of whey or 1:1 whey and full cream in 7-ounce cup of water or brewed coffee OR mixed with fruit shake (fruited milk shake) or Mix 1 tablespoonful of whey in 1 glass of buffalo milk.

    • 1 tablespoon of bone marrow especially for patients with cancer, kidney problems and Cardiovascular diseases.

    • 1 cup of fresh or blanched vegetables (alukbati, camote tops, watercress, lettuce, broccoli, celery, malunggay, ampalaya, mongo sprouts, eggplant, squash, Baguio beans, peas, sayote, etc.).

    • and 1-2 pieces of any fruits taken as is or as plain fruit shake or fruited milk shake.

  • Take all your Wellness supplements scheduled for the morning.

  • Note: Eggnog made of 2 heaping tablespoons of whey and/or full cream, 2 yolks of fertile eggs, 8 oz. of water, ½ cup of fruits: mango, banana, apple, papaya, grapes or any fruit in season and a little honey will already provide you required intake of these foods.

Noon:

  • Lunch should consist of:

    • 2 fertilized eggs (Poached, soft or hard-boiled) OR sunny side-up or scrambled or omelet with vegetables (any one or combination of ampalaya, eggplant, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, green red, or yellow pepper) but using only butter for sautéing or frying.  You may also take it as drink, as in eggnog.

    • About 150g fish (steamed, broiled wrapped in banana leaf, or fried in butter) or palm-size lamb, goat or deer meat or a leg or thigh of a free-ranged fowls.

    • At most of 1 tablespoonful of unpolished rice OR 1 slice of whole wheat bread.

    • 8-oz. cup of tea (Black, Green or any tea made of fruit tree leaves like Avocado, Guyabano, etc. and also lemon grass) with 1 tsp. minced or finely chopped lemon or orange peel.

    • 1 cup of fresh or blanched vegetables (alukbati, camote tops, watercress, lettuce, broccoli, celery, saluyot, malunggay, ampalaya, mongo sprouts, eggplant, etc.).

    • 1 tablespoon of bone marrow especially for patients with cancer, kidney problems and Cardiovascular diseases.

    • 1 tablet of native Cacao taken as is, as dessert.

    • ½ cup nuts (peanuts, walnuts, cashew, pili, almonds, etc.), singly or in any combination.

  • Take all your supplements scheduled for this time.

Evening:

  • Dinner should consist of:

    • 1 cup of soup made of broth of lamb or free-ranged fowls or beef or carabeef with 2 fertilized eggs beaten into it or finely chopped brain of ruminants.

    • Palm-sized cut of beef or carabeef (esp. bulalo, spare ribs, porterhouse, t-bone, etc.), fish or lamb or dark meat of free-ranged fowls.

    • 1 tablespoon of bone marrow especially for patients with cancer, kidney problems and Cardiovascular diseases.

    • 2 fertilized eggs (Poached, soft or hard-boiled) OR sunny side-up or scrambled or omelet with vegetables (any one or combination of ampalaya, eggplant, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, green red, or yellow pepper) but using only butter for sautéing or frying.  You may also take it as drink, as in eggnog.

    • At most of 1 tablespoonful of unpolished rice or root crop like potato, yam, etc. OR 1 slice of whole wheat bread.

    • Any fruits in season blended with carabao’s milk & honey.

    • Any kind of vegetables from fresh to half-cooked and maybe prepared in any kind of recipe with any ruminants or dark meat of fowls. May also be stirred-fry in butter with beef liver.

    • 100g liver only or with pancreas of beef, carabeef, goat, or free-ranged fowls (NOTE: preferably raw and taken 2x daily (AM/PM) for those with cancer or kidney problems).

  • Take all your supplements scheduled for the evening.

  • Take your Rapid Cellular Balancing (RCB) an hour or 2 before bedtime with an 8-oz glass of whey with honey. It is best to put 2 pinches of salt in the mouth to lessen the bitter taste of the RCB.

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G. NOTES ON FOOD INTAKE & PREPARATION

  •         To simplify food preparation, the required foods to be taken for a particular meal may be combined together to make-up a single recipe like for example: For breakfast, you may prepare an egg omelet with onions and tomatoes. For lunch, you may cook the fish in a little rice water with onions and ginger then put sayote or papaya and malunggay or sili leaves. For dinner, cook bulalo in water with salt to taste, pepper corn, onions and garlic then when tender, add plenty of vegetables i.e. cabbage, potatoes, pechay and onion leaves.

  •         The required intake of fertilized eggs is at least 6 egg yolks for those with cancer & kidney problems and 4 egg yolks for other diseases preferably raw & the whites should be cooked in any way. The fertilized egg may be cooked only at 40°C and below. To meet the requirement at least 4-6 eggs, you may use the eggs as ingredients to certain recipes. For example, as an ingredient in home-made cakes, soups, dish or cookies.

  •         Foods not taken on a particular meal may be taken as a snack.

  •         The diet should be strictly followed by those suffering from cancer, kidney problems, infections (viral or bacterial) and vascular diseases until adjusted and for those suffering from other diseases, it must be strictly followed for a month or two.

  •         For those with anemic conditions, increase intake of beef liver (preferably raw) and consume with your meal only these vitamin C rich foods like: strawberries, tomatoes, blackberries, Kale, collard greens and broccoli to promote iron absorption.

  •         An adequate intake of the following foods should be taken to take the place of blood-thinning medications:

                        1) Herbs and spices high in salicylates include:
                               - Curry powder
                               - Cayenne pepper
                               - Ginger
                               - Paprika
                               - Thyme
                               - Cinnamon
                               - Rosemary
                               - Dill
                               - Oregano
                               - Turmeric
                               - LicoricePeppermin

                       2) Fruits high in salicylates include:
                               - Raisins
                               - Prunes
                               - Cherries
                               - Cranberries
                               - Blueberries
                               - Grapes
                               - Strawberries
                               - Tangerines
                               - Watermelon
                               - Oranges 

                        3) Vegetables high in salicylates include:
                               - alfalfa
                               - broad beans
                               - artichoke
                               - cauliflower
                               - capsicum
                               - eggplant
                               - cucumber
                               - olive
                               - onion       
                               - celery
                               - broccoli
                               - radish
                               - mushrooms
                               - zucchini
                               - spinach
                               - watercress
                               - tomato
                               - water chestnut

  •          When experiencing pain, increase intake of whey or buffalo milk with honey and foods rich in salicylates.

  •         When suffering from diarrhea, rehydrate by taking a 12-oz. glass of water with ¼ tbsp. salt, 1 tbsp. honey and a capsule of CBM-GG (taken out of the capsule and mixed to the solution) . Also, drink apple juice and buffalo milk, alternately, from time to time. Do this until relieved.

  •         When suffering from abdominal pain, you may apply hot compress or blow hot air using hair dryer.

    H. WHAT MAY BE EXPERIENCED FROM THIS APPROACH

    •         Within a week, there will be a yellowing of urine, from a light yellow and gradually darkening to amber color.  This is an indication that there is an increase in cellular respiration.

    •         In about two weeks, foam may appear in the urine. An increase in energy, a slight weight loss, and an improvement in complexion color may be noticed. A sign that there is positive cellular respiration.

    •         About the third week, stools begin to soften, slight elevation of temperature may be experienced, duration of which may vary. This low-grade fever is an indication that the diseased sites are under attacked. This is not an indication of infection. It is also during these times that night sweats may be experienced.

    •         By third week, slight aches and pains at first maybe experienced, increasing to a manageable intensity. For high pain, over-the-counter analgesic can be taken as needed. The painful area when touch, would be a little hot.

    • For those with tumors:

      • From this time on, tumor shall become soft, an indication that the abnormal cells being killed are going to solution. Most of the time, it seems that the tumor had grown. This is not growth, but just that the abnormal cells are undergoing lysis or cell destruction.

      • In days following, the tumor will reduce in size. The cycle may repeat until tumor or tumors are resolved, usually tumors are eliminated in the reverse order of appearance. The first tumor or core tumor will be the last to be eliminated in cases where there are multiple tumors. The body is free of cancer once the core tumor has been eliminated.

    •         For those suffering from other diseases, once the low-grade fever returns to normal and the pains and aches subsided, continue with the diet till you are free of your illness.




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