Indoor air pollution sustainability effect on health

Indoor air pollution sustainability effect on health

Air from outside is only not important but the indoor air which takes places in our inner organ because of the type of food we eat has a direct effect on our health, and if the suitability of indoor air pollution occurs for long then it can be very harmful to our health.


Indoor air pollution sustainability effect our overall health

In many intestinal problems occur because of eating harmful foods. These type of food or cooking processes are affected by the intake of indoor air pollution on the protective mucus lining present throughout the alimentary canal, from the mouth to the anus: devitalized, processed, radiated, refined, deep-frying, microwave cooked and canned foods are some cases.

Highly acid-forming foods like meat, fish, poultry, eggs, cheese, refined sugar, table salt, chocolate, candy, commercial fruit juices, coffee, alcohol, carbonated beverages and oral hallucinogenic and pharmaceutical drugs also have the effect on enteral covering because of indoor pollution.

As the body has no real interest in the capacity to digest and utilize something that is potentially harmful to the blood and cells, most of these products undergo biochemical transformations, known as fermentation and putrefaction. The colon alone is the home for more than 700 distinct types of microbes that regularly help in the correct wastage of transfer.

But, when this process includes the fermentation and putrefaction of large amounts of improperly digested food, the naturally present destructive microorganisms proliferate and produce excessive amounts of toxic substances that
may clarify for indoor pollution or harm the viscus lining. For the practical purpose, the intestinal lining serves as an internal skin, designed to protect the blood from becoming polluted of indoor pollution.


Indoor air pollution sustainability effect on health


Indoor air pollution brings harmful effect on our body

Our life is in danger when this internal skin is injured. Regular exposure of our “internal skin” to such acidifying and irritating components as the phosphoric acid and other chemical additives contained in colas, for example, can lead to suppurating wounds and the perforation of the intestinal walls.

We often see this type of damage as advanced tissue erosion while examining the iris (iridology) of regular soft drink consumers.

Like a natural side effect of repairing such internal wounds, pus is formed inside. Pus is the decayed cell-matter containing bacterial organisms. Toxins released from the bacteria or fungi may cause further tissue damage and may cause the poor organ function.

These toxins also trigger a vigorous inflammatory response by our body, which can cause pain and obstruction, as it is mostly found in Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

When the removal of the pus from the wound is obstructed, it may turn septic and seep into the bloodstream, causing septic shock and, possibly, the death of the person. To avoid such condition, the body may allow polyps and cancerous tumors to form, which help siphon off some of these deadly indoor air pollutions and keep them away from the blood for as long as possible.

Blaming alone the bacteria for causing an infection reflects great ignorance about the workings of the natural process both for the body and in the environment.


Toxification should be avoided

As mentioned earlier, infection is not caused by the bacteria, but by the presence of toxic substances and the resulting cell damage can attract these organisms. These are named as deadly bacteria, which involves the most serious infections, is found almost everywhere.

They naturally live on such commonplaces like your hands, lips, hair, cups, cutlery, door handles, toilet bowls, bathroom floors and kitchen sinks, but only a tiny fraction of the population gets sick because of indoor bacteria.

These germs are totally harmless for us unless unhealthy habits or the suppression of the symptoms of disease (which always suppresses the immune system) “becomes active” the in turning them into deadly weapons.

Immunization serums, for example, contain highly toxic air pollution substances that are meant to help your immune response, but instead, they tend to weaken it.

The ever-present bacteria in our environment may mingle with the serum and cause such side effects like shock, convulsions, brain damage and even death. (More details on the effects of vaccination will come soon.)


The role of AGNI becomes prominent to avoid indoor pollution

The bacteria are totally harmless for our indoor cell unless they are given something spoiling substance to “eat.” Dogs and cats lick them from their wounds, and once when they are in contact with their mouth and stomach secretions, they are digested and rendered harmless.

We are also gifted with more weapons that we need to deal effectively with any kind of bacteria. Healthy people kill off all the type of bacteria and parasites before they have even a minor chance to harm them by any means.

The story, however, is very different when waste products from undigested food linger in the intestinal tract longer than they are allowed to, sometimes it takes as long as weeks, months or even years.

Food that is consumed in a hurry, during the meals, late in the night, or improper combination of food, damages AGNI, the digestive creates indoor air pollution among the person. Anger and fear also lower AGNI.


The deadly microbes, normally neutralized and keep in check by the probiotic bacteria and the immune system in the gut, are given the green light to spread freely throughout the digestive part.

When they find a fertile breeding ground in the human sewer plastering the intestinal walls because of indoor air pollution, the harmful bacteria start increasing in number in order to deal with the wastage of air pollution.

While attacking the waste, these microbes produce large amounts of toxins in the body. They literally turn everything they find in the body into poison. These type of poisons generated are “cadaverine,”8 and “putrescine.”9 These result in putrefying proteins, the same as those produced from decomposing cadavers and makes the person prone to disease.

Detection of bacteria is very important

The release of these toxins prompts the intestinal lining and the intestinal lymph system, which harbor most of the body’s immune cells, to absorb and neutralize them (the toxins).

Yet the constant influx of toxins eventually becomes overwhelming, which causes lymph edemas to occur, especially in the cisterna chyli vessels and the thoracic duct. The obstructed lymph flow leads to swelling of the abdomen and subsequent lymphatic congestion in other parts of the body.

The swelling or inflammation of the intestinal lining and the intestinal lymph is an emergency measure the body takes to prevent the absorption of toxins into the bloodstream. If these poisons made their way into the bloodstream, they could endanger the affected person’s life (septic shock).

In its desperate tries to forestall the blood from being poisoned, the body begins to harden the afflicted tissue. this is often the primary stage of lesion processes If the unhealthy habits continue, more and more layers of hardened mucus are added, forming a thick crust around the troubled areas.

This creates more rigidity of the enteral tract, that successively begins to hinder blood circulation within the enteral wall and to hamper enteral motion (peristalsis).

Consequently, food tends to remain longer in the body than it normally would. In due time, the food begins to decompose, produce smelly gases and lose moisture.

This turns it into a sticky mass, which may become dry and hard. If large numbers of bacteria invade this mass, diarrhea may result. First, constipation and diarrhea may alternate, and if the condition persists, more frequent bowel movements and chronic diarrhea may occur.

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