The Institute of Biological Medicine Network
Last week we were in Dartmouth, Massachusetts attending a three-day medical seminar put on by the Marion Institute’s Biological Medicine Network (BMN). The seminar was entitled Biological Medicine: Advanced Approaches to Difficult Diseases. The presenters were Thomas Rau MD and Frank Pleus MD/DDS. They were from the Paracelsus Clinic in Switzerland.
For those of you who don’t know Dr. Rau’s work, he is a world-renowned practitioner of the medical paradigm known as biological medicine. For decades people have been coming from all over the world to his Paracelsus Clinic to detoxify and rejuvenate their bodies, and to prevent and cure diseases.
In April 2007 Dr. Rau authored a book entitled: The Swiss Secret To Optimal Health. The book not only describes in detail a special diet and form of nutrition, but also about a very deep-healing form of biological medicine and a healthful way of living.
I got a signed copy. It is a fantastic book. Here is the link to Dr. Rau’s work, book and Swiss Paracelsus Clinic (See you there?).
At the heart of this medicine lies the most important variable over which only the patient ultimately has control: nutrition.
How does the Therapeutic Foods interact with the biological medicine approach?
The Therapeutic Foods Platform says:
Again Swiss Biological Medicine teaches (from Dr. Rau’s book):
Without such fertile soil illness arises sooner or later when the balance tips and the person loses his or her regulatory powers, usually as a result of several insults to the system. This we call the toxic load. The goal of Swiss biological medicine is to remove those toxins and get the body back in balance to allow your natural defenses and vitality to thrive.
We have been talking about the gut and the evolution of bugs and the interaction between humanity and the bacterial world. Eating good food, taking pure supplementations, detoxing in saunas, exercising, and doing something we love each and every day is the way to build Dr. Rau’s milieu.
This is supposed to be the coldest winter that we have had in the large fifty years. Get lots of our organic garlic. It is very potent against bacteria, protozoa and viruses. Remember each capsule contains 4 to 5 cloves of garlic. The alliin count is around 26,000 ppm- that is alot of bad bug killing potential.
Also remember that the High ORAC Synbiotic Formula is excellent for the cold session. It contains good bugs and berry extracts which provide ellagic acid amongst others, a strong broad spectrum antimicrobial, and 25 billion cfu per capsule to protect the gut.
The Last Quiz Answer: This amazing creature is an Aye-aye found only on the island of Madagascar. These rare lemurs may not look like primates at first glance, but they are related to chimpanzees, apes, and humans. Many people native to Madagascar consider the aye-aye an omen of ill luck. For this reason they often have been killed on sight. Such hunting, coupled with habitat destruction, have made the aye-aye critically endangered. Today they are protected by law.
Only two of you were able to identify the Aye-Aye. What about this weeks animal above, can you name it? If you can I’ll send you our new organic chlorella as a prize.