2nd part: Mutagens and Carcinogens in the Mouth
Avoiding malonic acid from meals is the first rule to cure a degenerative disease. Malonic acid accumulates in tumors. No tumor was found that did not contain it in more than 1000 cases of Malonic acid. This means that malonic acid is a common denominator of tumors.
What are you doing there?
Cancer researchers have spent a hundred years or more looking for the direct cause of tumor growth. They suspected that it was a chemical. They could not imagine that the responsible one was a combination of chemical products and that some of them were provided by the body itself. The degree of complexity could not be investigated by traditional chemistry.
Only the biochemistry of Dr. Hulda Clark’sSyncrometer, which is electronic, has the speed and precision that allow us to return to the fundamental questions that were asked a hundred years ago: What is it that makes tumors different? What is it that makes them unique? What do they have in common? The problem: Is it chemical, biological or is it a matter of physics? The answers to these questions would have led, surely, to the prevention and cure of tumors.
Now that the Syncrometer technology has arrived, you can clearly see how malonic acid is involved. To understand the role of malonic acid and the damage it causes, we need to understand the bases of metabolism.
We get energy from the food we eat by oxidizing it, and most of the energy can be saved as a reserve fuel: what we call adenosine triphosphate (ATP).Taking energy from a food molecule means that an electron has been removed. Soon, a nearby oxygen atom will fall prey to it. The intense heat is what makes this happen in the case of burning fuel. However, in a living cell, it is the enzymes that produce the removal of the electrons.
The first part of the food metabolism of our cells is called glycolysis. Several enzymes approach a food molecule, such as glucose (sugar), removing the electrons and, finally, cut it in half. Pyruvic acid (pyruvate) is produced.In this way, the food has been prepared for the second part of the metabolism, which is called the Krebs cycle.
The Krebs cycle, the second part of the metabolism of food
As a whole, the primitive and advanced parts of the metabolism of food are called respiration. It is the reason why we breathe; we must take the oxygen necessary for the Krebs Cycle.
When malonic acid (poison), inhibitor of respiration, is accidentally given to our cells, the cells confuse it with succinic acid, because the molecules are “similar”.But, of course, the enzyme that is trying to take one of its electrons is severely surprised. The electrons are not in the right place. The Krebs Cyclegets stuck. And, since each of the steps depends on the previous step, the whole chain of metabolism, called respiration, also gets stuck.
It was known in 1909 that malonic acid is a severe respiratory inhibitor. Malonic acid deceives our enzymes, which think it is succinic acid. When a respiratory inhibitor blocks the Krebs cycle, the cells immediately enter in crisis.
In degenerative diseases, the tumor cell consumes everything close to it as fuel, it lowers the blood sugar level, lowers the level of fats in the blood, and muscle proteins are consumed. The patient is consumed. And, despite all this activity, there is not enough energy or body heat. In the following decades, numerous additional respiratory inhibitors were found to malonic acid and urethane.
Like antimycin A, manufactured by Streptomyces griseus. Rotenone (a poison from fish and, today, a common pesticide) and maleic acid, another non-biological substance, were discovered. It is difficult to imagine (only the Syncrometer technology has revealed it) that we are flooded with malonic and maleic acids, urethane, rotenone and antimycin A, and not by one of them, but by all of them!
Flooded with malonic acid because it is produced by our 2 largest parasitic worms, Fasciolopsis and Fasciola, and by larvae of Tapeworms. We all have them in abundance. And it’s in our meals. We are probably eating much more malonic acid now than in the past. There are products that are fumigated that test positive for malonic acid. Almost all the products of the supermarket are subjected to fumigation with something and, therefore, its respiratory inhibitor is sent to the unhappy consumers.
Although it can be removed from most products by washing them 2 times with very hot water, some products require more. Scientists have studied intensely malonic acid, also called malonate, although never suspect its true significance for humans.Other sources of malonic acidthat Dr. Clark identified as the common denominator of all the tumors, she began looking for it everywhere.
First, she discovered that malonic acid is present wherever a Tapewormstage is found. Afterwards, he found it in food. Later, he discovered that malonic acid came out of the plastic of the dentures. It came out of all its varieties: from composites, ceramics and porcelain.
Possibly, because they all contained some acrylate. Recently, she learned that our metabolism converts acrylic acid into malonic acid. In addition, acrylate is produced by the heating of unsaturated oils. This, too, becomes malonate. Another source was simply, as a pollutant. The malonate is omnipresent as a contaminant, being present in food, medicines, antiseptics and other body products. The Syncrometer detects it permanently.