Why eggs are not beneficial for our health

25/03/2021

From the Medical Medium

In today's world, eggs are considered a household staple. Unfortunately, eggs are no longer the incredible survival food they once were. Medical communities are unaware that over the years, eggs have become food for the dangerous pathogens, viruses, and bacteria in our bodies. If you're struggling with any illness or symptom, such as Lyme disease, fibromyalgia, migraines, eczema, psoriasis, lupus, vertigo, eye floaters, acne, or brain fog, removing eggs from your diet will provide your body with the support it needs to heal.

Truth About Eggs

At the start of the 20th century, people in the medical industry began testing which foods were best to feed the viruses, bacteria, and pathogens growing in their labs. They began testing sugar, meat, fruits, and vegetables but none of them contributed to the growth of these pathogens. Eventually, these labs stumbled on one common food and found that not only was bacteria capable of surviving on this food, but it could reproduce and colonize rapidly.

Eggs Feed Pathogens

You might be thinking, what does this information have to do with me. The answer is - everything. The eggs you eat can feed the pathogens, viruses, and bacteria deep within your liver.These growing pathogens, viruses, and bacteria can create symptoms and conditions like heart palpitations, fatigue, weight gain, hot flashes, anxiety, acne, and more. So when you eat an egg, you could be gradually worsening your condition without realizing it.

How Pathogens Eat

Yes, these pathogens that cause chronic illness are alive and need to eat to survive. What is in an egg that bugs like to eat? Eggs contain protein, enzymes, and natural hormones. The proteins in an egg are not mature because they're still in the development phase. For this reason, enzymes can attach to the protein in a unique process that only happens in an egg. This process makes it possible for the pathogen to easily absorb the proteins and enzymes through their membrane and use them for food.

Stagnant, Sluggish Liver

The liver is a campground for large variations of toxins, poisons, pathogens, and other antagonists and troublemakers. This is why it is important to cleanse your liver properly, like you can do with the 3:6:9 Cleanses in my book, Cleanse To Heal. On top of these poisons and pathogens in the liver, you have toxic heavy metals such as mercury, copper, aluminum, lead, nickel, cadmium, and arsenic. Over time, the pathogens and heavy metals feeding on eggs in your liver, proliferate and create a stagnant, sluggish liver.

Reproductive System Problems

Eggs are a favorite recommended food by doctors, for all women with reproductive system conditions. This leads to a reproductive nightmare for so many that are already struggling with their health. Medical research and science is unaware that the true cause of fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, PCOS, reproductive cancers, and breast density, is viruses such as Epstein-Barr. It's best to avoid eggs if suffering from any of these conditions. Eggs also feed bacteria such as Streptococcus, which cause conditions like pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), UTIs, bladder infections, kidney infections, bacterial vaginosis (BV), boils, and thrush. Avoiding eggs can give women a fighting chance to move past these conditions, along with other powerful tools you can incorporate daily that contribute in this healing process.

Critical Tools For Healing

Along with trying to remove or minimize eggs from your diet, it is important to detox your liver of harmful pathogens, bacteria, and troublemakers. You can do so by bringing these Medical Medium tools into your life:

  • 16 ounces celery juice
  • Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie
  • 3:6:9 Cleanse

Moving Forward

If you're struggling with symptoms and conditions of any kind, removing eggs from your diet is one important step in healing. Doing so gives your body a fighting chance to recover and heal.

But if you get sick enough, and it finally hits you, something is wrong and we need to get it better. Getting rid of eggs is a good start, a really good start.