How Yahweh’s Laws Can Protect Human Body from Disease

 

 

Yisrayl expounds on benefits of Yahweh’s Laws…

 

Your body has within it an army of defensive microorganisms that can and do protect you against original things that are harmful.

 

That defense cannot defend your body against the unoriginal. The creation and mutation of microorganisms, such as STDs, are not of the original creation.

 

Furthermore, man has created cravings, in their taste buds, for some animals, fish, and birds that are not acceptable to the human body. These are adding to the overall weakness of the body and mind. Parasites, such as trichinae, are a great example. This very small worm causes trichinosis. Trichinosis is one of the many diseases caused by the trichinae worm and other parasites acquired by eating swine’s flesh or from touching their carcasses after death.

 

Your body has no defense against these and many other parasites that invade your body when you eat what your bible calls unclean animals, seafood or birds.

 

·         Another problem is mutation.

·         Mutation occurs in many ways inside your body.

 

There are many micro-parasites found in swine’s flesh. When they invade your body, they live, breed and multiply.

 

They also rape, and mutate with, healthy and unhealthy microorganisms, creating new and different viruses. These become the viruses, new viruses, quite often that can spread from its victim to others by breathing or touching. They invade the air we breathe and the water we drink.

 

Names are given to many of these parasites as they are discovered, and identification is pinned to them. But they are now coming at us by the trillions, because the cause is increasing in this generation.

 

Was the Bible correct that pork is truly an unclean meat?

 

Tuesday, December 10, 2013 by: Dr. David Jockers

 

(NaturalNews) The people (with knowledge of the Prophets Inspired Writings; the bible) have avoided pork and pig products as a dietary principle discussed in the Bible. Leviticus clearly states that pigs, because they do not chew their cud, are an unclean meat. Modern science has shown that pigs carry a very high toxic load making them unsafe for human consumption.

 

 

“And the pig, though it has a divided hoof, does not chew the cud; it is unclean for you.” Leviticus 11:7.

 

Pigs are dirty animals that ruthlessly scavenge anything they come into contact with on the farm. Not only are they known to consume food scraps, insects, and their own feces, but they will also cannibalistically eat their own dead carcasses. They have been known to kill and eat their young at times as well.

 

Due to their scavenger lifestyle, they harbor enormous amounts of viruses and parasites. Pigs are known to be primary carriers of the following pathogenic organisms, which can create very serious health problems:

 

·         Taenia soliumtapeworm

·         PRRS (Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome)

·         Nipah virus

·         Menangle virus

·         Hepatitis E virus (HEV)

 

A Consumer Reports investigation found that 69% of all raw pork samples tested were contaminated with high amounts of volatile microorganisms such as Yersinia enterocolitica. This bacteria causes fever and gastrointestinal stress and could potentially cause a fatal infection.

 

Why is pig meat so toxic?

 

The digestive system of a pig is unique in that it metabolizes food very quickly through one stomach in a process that takes about four hours. A cow takes 24 hours to digest what is eaten, and it is able to get rid of excess toxins during the digestive process.

 

The pig’s digestive system doesn’t allow for this, and the toxins are carried into the fat cells and organs of the pig itself.

 

When we consume pig meat, we get all of these pathogenic microorganisms and environmental toxins into our system.

 

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