By Atom Bergstrom
The only valid test I know to accurately measure selenium is in (1) the red blood cells and (2) the blood serum and (3) the total of both.
Without knowing these THREE measurements there is no way to know if your selenium deficiency is quantitative or qualitative.
Many “deficiencies” are actually overloads in disguise, and the reverse is also true.
The Medical Police State’s phony testing is akin to seeing if someone is at home by only checking the bathroom OR the bedroom OR the living room, but never all three at once.
Hit and miss is the cornerstone of beaker boy cartel mythology.
THE SAME GOES FOR IRON, POTASSIUM, CALCIUM, SODIUM, MAGNESIUM, COPPER, BORON, AND SO FORTH.
When cancer grows, potassium is increased INSIDE the cell.
When cancer metastasizes, potassium is increased OUTSIDE the cell.
“Location! Location! Location!” is a tenet of biology as well as real estate.
I wrote (in my e-book, Not Cancer—Cancel) …
Revici found that cancer cells have …
1) a qualitative and persistent excess of potassium (as much as 60%, along with an equivalent excess in red blood cells and a deficiency in blood serum)
2) a qualitative and persistent deficiency of calcium (as much as 44%, along with a high urinary calcium index)
3) a qualitative and persistent deficiency of copper and catalase (along with a deficiency of both in liver cells and an excess in blood serum)
4) a qualitative and persistent deficiency of magnesium (inhibiting the nonspecific properdin defense system)
5) a deficiency of manganese, etc.
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