What Causes Your Body To Be Acidic?

By Jane Lim | Updated on November 30, 2022 | Posted on March 21, 2015

How Do Fungal Infections Cause Your Body To Be Acidic?

How Do Fungal Infections Cause Your Body To Be Acidic?

When your body is infected by pathogens (light scramblers) that always yield acids in the hosts by scrambling sunlight at 380 nm wavelength in UV range, mutants are formed to make your antibodies confused between your cells and foreign cells.  Parasitic fungi are visible as molds if they germinate in the area in which they can get nutrients such as water and foods. 

To survive antibodies of the hosts, parasitic fungi horizontally transfer their genes to the hosts.  Your cellular intelligence determines that those mutants are dangerous and it starts killing all hybrid cells, which is erroneously called autoimmune diseases.  However, autoimmune diseases are an intelligent response to hybrid cells in order to burn the bridge between human cells and foreign cells. Otherwise, the mutants (cancerous cells) will eventually kill the hosts. 

Parasitic fungi produce ergosterol, lanosterol, and cholesterol while bacteria and virus do not. 

They cause mitochondrial diseases because they also have mitochondria while bacteria and virus do not have mitochondria. However, bacteria and virus also scramble the light in the hosts causing our bodies to be acidic although they do not make cholesterol. 

Infections lower your frequency by shifting your metabolic pathway, and that is why you feel cold.  Cancerous brains are measured at about 40 MHz while genius brains are measured at about 80 MHz.   To increase your frequency, what can you do?  How and why does sunlight convert your LDL cholesterol to vitamin D?  Why does vitamin D supplement not lower the level of your LDL cholesterol?

The Silent War Within: Biochemistry & Legal Research on Parasitic Fungi by Jane Lim.