Importance of The Endocrine System

The endocrine system is never explained sufficiently by doctors so getting a meaningful understanding is difficult. You might have heard it referred to as a gland. In reality it is a system of glands. It has hundreds of functions, maybe even thousands.

To use a sports analogy, Every team has a general manager who in turn has specific coaches that focuses on different aspects of team activity. They all have accountability as well as autonomy. When everything is working right, we’re said to be in a state of balance and good health. Some call this a state of homeostasis.

Today however, with over 80 thousand chemicals in our environment, 14 thousand of which are approved to be put into our food, also pesticides, herbicides, organophosphates, fluoride in water, chemtrails, and fukushima, there is not much homeostasis going on anywhere.

All these things come together within us and cause endocrine system disruption. It’s critical to understand what the endocrine system is, what the endocrine system does, what it needs to function properly, what happens when it develops deficiency, and what we can do to support it’s ability to fix and maintain itself.

We’ve briefly described what the endocrine system is earlier. Now lets list the major glands that make up the endocrine system below

  • Hypothalamus.
  • Pineal Gland.
  • Pituitary Gland.
  • Thyroid.
  • Parathyroid.
  • Thymus.
  • Adrenal.
  • Pancreas.
  • Ovaries
  • Testes
  • Kidneys
  • Liver

As you can see by the list above, the endocrine system affects, and is involved in literally every bodily function. I think it’s safe to say:

  • without an endocrine system, there is no life
  • without a functional endocrine system, there is no quality of life
  • without a proper functioning endocrine system, excellent health is impossible

Wonder why everybody is sick?



What does the Endocrine System Do?

Regulate body function and maintenance by producing hormones through it’s system of glands throughout the body. That hormone regulation triggers a plethora of other body functions that attempts to keep us humming along

In case you haven’t noticed our endocrine system is in the fight of our very lives. We have more toxins and contaminants that we are exposed to than at any other time in our history. We can all debate why that is, but the bottom line is we’re in a fight.

So What Does That Mean – It means what we did as recent as 50 years ago, or even 20 years ago is no longer adequate to properly support our endocrine system. Quite frankly, we’re taking in toxins much faster and at higher rates than our system has the capacity to expel them.

Most people don’t know that a major source for many of these toxins are in the food we eat. The fact is the food we grow (even organic) can not only be problematic but also contains little to no minerals because there is virtually no minerals in the soil. That fact was acknowledged as far back as 1936.

Abstain from These bad foods

  • Wheat
  • Barley
  • Rye
  • Oats
  • Fried Food
  • Oils.
  • No burned meats or fats
  • No Nitrates or Nitrites
  • No carbonated drinks
  • No baked potato skins
  • CORN
  • SOY

See the document 10 bad foods


The Endocrine System needs four things to do it’s job properly

  • Pure clean water (distilled water)
  • Frequent detoxification (Nascent Iodine, Boron, 100% spirit of turpentine)
  • Full complement of 90 essential nutrients (60 minerals, 16 vitamins, 12 amino acids, and 3 essential fatty acids). In fact, with this full complement of nutrition your entire body will experience a radical improvement. Proper supplementation is the key since we can no longer rely on food.

 


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