Otto Warburg & Lactic Acid Bacteria
Re: Ironically, 60 percent of the general public still thought that the cause of ulcers was “stress,” a vague, whimsical, and mildly insulting “mind-body” hypothesis that medicine hadn’t taken seriously for at least a generation.
If you believe that, I’ve got a bridge to sell you. :(
Stress (vague, whimsical, and insulting, or otherwise) IS the cause of ulcers.
Over a hundred years ago, mainstream doctors believed that a bacteria called the Oppler-Boas bacillus caused stomach cancer.
The Oppler-Boas bacillus is now known by a different name — Lactobacillus acidophilus.
Lactobacillus acidophilus is NOT the cause of stomach cancer.
But LACTIC ACID is a contributing factor to both stomach ulcers and stomach cancer.
And the presence of Lactobacillus acidophilus IS a red flag indicating excess lactic acid.
Nobel Prize winner Otto Warburg (1883-1970) warned his medical colleagues about aerobic glycolysis and lactic acid fermentation, but he was ignored.
Instead, doctors advise people to eat lots of yogurt, even though it contains lots of lactic acid.
LESS oxygen is a greater danger than NO oxygen.
In the words of Otto Warburg …
“Any respiratory injury due to lack of energy, however, whether it is produced by oxygen deficiency or by respiratory poisons, must be cumulative, since it is irreversible. Frequent small doses of respiratory poisons are therefore more dangerous than a single large dose, where there is always the chance that the cells will be killed rather than that they will become carcinogenic.”