A Good Health Protocol

For good health I religiously adhere to the following protocol.  Everyone can take these products; even people who still have amalgam (mercury) dental fillings.  However, I want to start with a warning.

Do NOT take acetaminophen/paracetamol, or anything containing them.  Read labels carefully.  Be extremely careful of any OTC medicine.  Acetaminophen is a reductase inhibitor, meaning it won’t let your liver detoxify.  It’s made from coal.  Throw this stuff in the garbage.  It’s purposely designed so that your body can NOT get rid of the toxins that are making you sick.  It ‘work’s by preventing you from reacting to offending allergens.  Tylenol contains acetaminophen.  Nyquil contains acetaminophen.  Sudafed contains acetaminophen.  Antidepressants contain acetaminophen or some other type of reductase inhibitor. Statins will not let your body detoxify.

In this blog I go into details on the dangers of Tylenol and Acetaminophen.
Here is a list of 3 things that I do everyday.

1.  I take a high dose buffered ascorbate.  High dose vitamin C has been given a bad wrap.  The only creatures that don’t make vitamin C are the guinea pig, the monkey, and the human.  You can’t take too much vitamin C.  Do you know what happens if you take too much vitamin C?  Your body flushes out accumulated intestinal toxins.  Hasta La Vista, Baby!

2.  PABA has been given a bad wrap.  The healthcare-industry misinformation campaign is never clear on how PABA supposedly poisons us.  Yet, they use PABA to determine if a person is sick by feeding the person PABA, then testing the urine to see how much PABA is released.  If PABA is retained by the patient, and not in the urine, they then recommend some of their patented for-profit medicines.  The only reason a person would retain PABA was if their body needed it!

Take a one gram a day of PABA to feed the bacteria in your belly.  If you are currently on antibiotics, do NOT take PABA.  Read this link to understand how PABA works.  Think of PABA as needed vitamins for your good bacteria.

3.  It’s important to make and eat your own sauerkraut, and it's easy to do.  Most store bought sauerkraut is pasteurized, so there is nothing living in the jar.  You want good living bacteria in your belly, and prebiotic sauerkraut is the best source.  Think of sauerkraut as needed fodder for your workhorse bacteria.

Chop a head of cabbage into fine pieces, and put them into a wide-mouth glass gallon jar.  Set this jar onto a plate.  Add water and set a glass tumbler filled with water inside the mouth of the jar to keep the sauerkraut submerged.  The glass should stick up out of the jar about an inch.  Let a little water from within the jar run over the edge and onto the plate. 

24 hours later pour the sauerkraut water down the sink with your hand over the mouth of the jar to keep the sauerkraut inside.  Refill the jar with water and pour it out again.  You are washing away the gaseous bacteria.   

Again, fill the jar with water.  Add two tablespoons of sea salt.  Do not use iodized salt; the good bacteria will not grow.  Put a lid on the gallon jar and shake it to distribute the salt.  Set the jar back onto the plate, remove the lid, and again set the glass tumbler in the mouth of the jar to submerge the sauerkraut.  72 hours later test your sauerkraut.  I do this with a pair of chopsticks.

You cannot get poisoned from your sauerkraut.  I was conditioned to believe that the only thing safe to eat is dead food in safety sealed packaging from a corporation.

The healthcare industry has us convinced that we make ourselves sick by worrying, or that we have a nervous disposition.  We don’t get ulcers from worrying; we get ulcers from unhealthy bacterial microbiomes warring with one another.  Experiencing these wars stresses us out.  Clean up the gut bacteria, and the stress goes away on it’s own.

For optimal health, I recommend products that are natural to our well-being, and only ones that can be found in the grocery or health food store.  Everything I recommend I do myself.  Everything I do is on my website, and everyone can use my site to get back to good health, naturally.  However, some people can be very deep in the woods, allergic to just about everything, while suffering from chronic pain and inflammation.  Many times their intestines are a wreck, and their body is putting on weight to protect itself from toxins.  Getting people back to a state of well being, naturally, takes time, patience, attention to detail, and experience.    

Albert Wilking is a Health Coach and Teacher. 

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Treating infections with PABA

Are we being lied to about the safety of PABA, it's uses and benefits?

Humans need folate, folic acid, to make red blood cells.  Red blood cells move oxygen throughout our bodies, and carry toxins from the cells to the liver and kidneys.  The word folate derives from the Latin word folium, which means foliage.

Humans lack the enzymes to make folate, so require folate from dietary sources such as green leafy vegetables.  Humans also get their source of folate from their own intestinal bacteria that convert PABA, para-aminobenzoic acid, to folate.  However, human intestines are sometimes wiped clean of their natural healthy microbiomes, and can no longer feed their own good bacteria.  How does this happen?

Sulfa drugs limit our intestinal bacteria’s ability to convert PABA to folic acid, a vitamin that bacteria need to survive.  Sulfa drugs have the same structure as PABA, and when the bacteria attempting to convert PABA to folate fail, the bacteria literally starve to death.

With the introduction of sulfa drugs in the 1930’s and 40’s, most information sources tell us that studies of PABA basically ended.  However, according to WebMD, PABA can be used to treat the following conditions:

PABA is taken by mouth for skin conditions including vitiligo, pemphigus, dermatomyositis, morphea, lymphoblastoma cutis, Peyronie's disease, and scleroderma. PABA is also used to treat infertility in women, arthritis, "tired blood" (anemia), rheumatic fever, constipation, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), and headaches. It is also used to darken gray hair, prevent hair loss, make skin look younger, and prevent sunburn.

PABA is best known as a sunscreen that is applied to the skin (used topically).

PABA can also be taken orally to help prevent sunburn.

A number of the listed conditions on the WebMD site are autoimmune disorders - infectious diseases.

Dr James Chandler’s site calls PABA a beauty vitamin and lists benefits of PABA:

PABA offers various health benefits such as treating depression, eczema, scleroderma, irritability, loss of skin pigmentation, fatigue, fibrotic skin disorders, and irritable bowel syndrome. Some researchers suggest that supplementing with PABA may help in restoring gray hair to its original color, if the graying was caused by stress or deficiencies in nutrition.  Other benefits of PABA include: protection against second hand smoke, air pollutants, inflammation in arthritis and improved flexibility.  PABA's anti-inflammatory properties have been shown to help prevent signs of premature aging by diminishing wrinkles, firming sagging skin, and reducing the appearance of age spots on the skin.

There is no RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) for PABA.  The government’s claim is that it’s not listed as a vitamin because our bodies make it.  However, if our gut flora has been whacked, how will we get our source of PABA?

Health sites likes this can add to the confusion.  The site lists the benefits of increased PABA, and then says, “PABA has no nutritional value for humans.”  What?

Currently PABA is used to determine insulin levels of the pancreas by giving an oral dose of PABA and then measuring urine or serum levels.  The healthcare industry is looking for NO release of PABA, meaning the pancreas has retained the PABA.  I can find NO explanations why the pancreas would retain PABA in diabetics.  Perhaps it desperately needs PABA.

Can PABA help our bodies detoxify?

When I began to dig a little deeper, I found studies that point to the efficacy of PABA as an antibacterial, one that cures Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever! This disease comes from a tick bite delivering the bacterium rickittsiae to the blood stream, exactly like Lyme disease is transferred through the bite of a deer tick.  It appears PABA increases cellular oxygen, which kills off the bacterium.  Folic acid was found to NOT increase cellular oxygen.

A 2014 commentary claims that a 1943 study using PABA to treat ricketssiae infected guinea pigs failed.

However this 1948 study states that PABA was successful in eliminating Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in all tested human subjects.

This pediatric study supports the conclusion of the 1948 study.

Currently I take one gram a day of PABA.  At higher doses I found myself producing too much uric acid and having gout like symptoms in my right foot.

Please read my first article about PABA: