CEA, CA27.29,Blood PH, Thermograms …


CEA is a level often used for colorectal cancer…It is also elevated in smokers…It looks at levels in the endothelium( skin)…Which points to the idea that it is measuring Bismuth levels( think ash, or soot)…

CA27.29 just by its numbers, points to maybe it is looking at a Ceruloplasmin level, since 28 is a normal…That would be Phosphorus if I am guessing right…(sorry, haven’t looked too deeply into this yet)…So it is entirely possible someone could have high Bismuth & low Phosphorus…(CA15-3 measures almost the same thing as CA27.29…)

Hypothetically…They are different markers…That would give clues on how to treat…They use Fluorine drugs for colorectal cancers…If that level is high, you might want to be brushing with fluoride toothpaste, or eating lots of fluorine filled parsley…

Blood PH:

“Blood pH
The acidity or alkalinity of your blood affects your phosphorus level. Medical conditions that cause your blood to be too acidic can lead to hyperphosphatemia. If your blood becomes too alkaline, your phosphorus level may fall to an abnormally low level.”… http://www.livestrong.com/article/450745-what-is-wrong-when-your-phosphorus-is-low-or-high/ Comment:I feel high Phosphorus indicates a problem…Really elevated Phosphorus, malignancy…

Thermograms:Yellow is Iron, Red is Lead…If you take your thermogram photos & upload them to Fotoflexer.com, then choose Color Rotate in Effects, you will be able to use my charts to understand what the colours mean…I rotated the thermal colours because the pink & purple tones spoke to me, while the primary Red & Blues of thermograms did not…Probably a gender thing…

Yellow in your Thermogram is Iron on my chart…Red is Lead…

Irons respond to Manganese…

Leads respond to what I call Zinc family( includes mega dosing Vitamin C)…

“Translating colours from my own work, to the colours in the Thermograms- Yellow would indicate Iron( antagonize with Manganese family like bloodroot, Mugwort, Moxibustion, nuts, flaxseeds), Red would indicate Lead( use Zinc family like megadose Vitamin C, D3, ginger root, Camu Camu powder)”

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