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Um livro muito esclarecedor. Nunca tinha ouvido falar no Dr. Bechamp, graças a esse livro podemos conhecer sua grandeza e sua importância. Infelizmente, também podemos perceber o grande farsante que foi o Pasteur, que não passou de um plagiador do trabalho do Dr. Bechamp, aliás até no plágio este foi um incompetente.
Was Pasteur the Greatest Con Man, Psychopath ever to walk this Earth? YES He was a perfect for the Elite agenda to destroy humanity with the Vaccine narrative using his fake science, which still exists today. READ IT
Re-educate your self with this book, everything you were taught about germ theory and virology is wrong, Bechamp and his theory will make you re-think everything you thought you new about germs and viruses.
An excellent read that outlined the fraudulent nature of Louis Pasteur, another well paid hack that has fiddle distorted true science, resulting in the disastrous absent of modern 'rockefeller medicine'.
I have seen written a few times now that Bechamp and Pasteur had competing theories, Pasteur won but was wrong. Pasteur believed we became ill due to invading germs. Bechamp argued that germs were a permanent, large and unavoidable componentry of our bodies and that we only get ill when the body's natural homeostasis is compromised.
So I was on the look out for more detailed information about these competing theories which are at the very core of any debate on healthcare. This book therefore sounded ideal.
While this book does indeed provide an extremely detailed (and rather boring) account of their research, publications and general history this is all it does. It dwells on their rivallry much more than the implications of their differences. It does not do any "... and this means that" analysis which is a great pity because their biographies are only marginally interesting but their theories are profound and explain why we are failing to create healthy populations and people. Had we instead followed Bechamp we would approach healthcare completely differently. We would believe that healthcare was largely a personal matter (keeping healthy through good nutrition etc) rather than believing our health is an unpredictable lottery over which we have minimal control and is the responsibility of doctors to fix largely through the prescription of pills and potions.
So great book if you want a dry, factual, detailed account of this period and these two individuals in particular. But a MUCH more interesting and useful book could have been written. That is why I give it three stars; it's not the book it could and should have been.
Very interesting book! Its what I've always believed.
Our health is completely in our power to control. If we do the right things such as eat a healthy whole food, non processed food diet with little or in reality no junk food and very little sugar, drink clean water, exersise, challenge our brains, sleep well, get lots of fresh air and God forbid sunshine on our skin and more importantly anymore, find ways to de-stress, you keep the "terrain" healthy and the microbes/germs (bacterial, fungi and viruses) will have little to no effect on the body.
Its so amazing to learn that at the time of the germ theory was being "created" there was someone who was actually discovering the truth. Its such a sad commentary on the human race that we will always go for the worst way to create health, find out that we have had the opposite effect then look again at what we are doing wrong only to discover the correct way was right there in front of us all along. (Ex. Saturated fats are actually heathy and increase HDL fat in our bodies. Sugar/fructose is the route to fatty liver disease, diabetes and metabolic disfunction, cancer and alzheimers. High protein diets maintain muscle and help to offset the decline of muscle wasting as we age. That we NEED sunshine to create Vitamin D in our bodies to keep our immune systems functioning well. (Just don't do it at high noon or get sunburned, do it sensibly)
What else could we discover? Possibly that we do not need the needles full of liquids and the pills they push on us when we go to the medical doctors!