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BACKGROUND IMAGE : “HISTOPATHOLOGIC IMAGE  REPRESENTING ANGIOINVASIVE ASPERGILLOSIS”

BY PATHOLOGIST KGH

USED UNDER CC BY-SA 3.0

J  A  N  E     L  I  M

  © 2014-2019 Jane Lim

Sunlight and Vegetables are the Electron Donors that can kill Cancer Cells

April 4, 2015

Vegetables are electron (photons from sunlight are converted to electrons in the bodies) donors that can destroy cancerous cells, which are formed by fungal mutants when photo(n)-resistant, electron destroyers, parasitic fungi mutate their mtDNA in the hosts to survive from the hosts' antibodies and from the most powerful electron donor, sunlight.

 

The Sun is multicharged plasma (e+ and e-) and it supplies the photons for the photoreceptors such as Ca2+ and e+Ca which are also components of the Sun.   Only the remedy to survive from cancer is to get your body exposed to the higher energy frequency such as sunlight and alkaline elements such as vegetables that can disrupt the parasitic fungal metabolism, which always yields acids in the hosts.

 

What you need is electron donors such as sunlight and alkaline foods such as vegetables that received the photons from the Sun.

Calcium in vegetables is the photoreceptor that can absorb the higher energy and can increase your body frequency.

 

The frequency of cancer patients is about 40 MHz, which is about 40 MHz lower than the frequency of healthy brains.  An alkaline body has a higher frequency than an acidic body because the alkaline body has more electron carriers (photoreceptors) such as Ca2+ or Mg2+.

 

Your blood is plasma membrane where the photoreceptor can carry electrons to each cell. The fresh vegetables are the survivors from the fungal infection that always yields acids (electron destroyed) in the hosts, and that resists photons.

 

Find out more at Jane Lim's The Silent War Within: Biochemistry & Legal Research on Parasitic Fungi.

 

 

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