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Ohne Namen (15.10.2017): Für diesen Rahmen, kurz, deutlich und präzise. Herzlichen Dank.

Ralf K. aus Dortmund (13.10.2017): Ich wurde vor ca. 2 Monate umgestellt auf Bisoprolol morgens 5 mg, abends 2,5.mg, dito 5 mg Ramipril morgens und abends. Bin soweit zufrieden, wäre da nicht das extreme Schwitzen. Auf der Arbeit muss ich mich umziehen, da ich vom Kopf bis Hüfte klätsche-nass bin. Kann mir hier jemand helfen? Es ist schon schlimm, und sehr peinlich.

Richard K. aus Osnabrück (05.10.2017): Habe schon längere Jahre mit Bluthochdruck zu kämpfen, ohne Übergewicht zu haben. Liegt in der Verwandtschaft. Mein Opa bekam aufgrund eines nicht behandelten Bluthochdrucks mit 75 Jahren einen Herzinfarkt. Nun denn, zum Arzt hin und ja, welches Medikament sollte es denn sein, trotz meiner Vorgeschichte wurden Medikamente aufgeschrieben, die nicht für mich geeignet gewesen wären. Also legte ich selbst Hand an, und suchte mir selbst ein Medikament, wovon ich ausging, es gut vertragen zu können. Also Beta-Blocker und ACE-Hemmer kamen nicht in Frage. Nehme nun seit mehr als 2 Jahren Candesartan 16mg und komme damit sehr gut zurecht. Möchte aber in Zukunft auch davon weg und ein Mittel suchen, was man in der Natur finden kann und die gleiche Wirkung erzielt. Auch wenn ich das Mittel umsonst bekomme, gibt es keine richtigen Langzeitstudien, die mehr als 10 Jahre beobachten, und ich leider die Erfahrung machen musste, dass viele Ärzte heute nur noch verschreiben, ohne nachzudenken, welche Folgen das für den menschlichen Körper hat. Eine gute Freundin von mir mit starker Niereninsuffizienz bekommt neben ASS noch 5 verschiedene Blutdruckmedikamente, mein Verstand sagt mir, dass das nicht richtig sein kann, ohne die Zusammenwirkung zueinander zu berücksichtigen, von ACE-Hemmer, und Beta Blocker ist da alles dabei. Ein Beispiel wie es nicht sein sollte!

Sascha Z. aus Bad Lauterberg im Harz (21.09.2017): Betablocker (ich selber benutze Metoprolol) sind eine super Ergänzung zu Calciumantagonisten (Valsartan) und halten meinen Blutdruck niedrig.

Dieter U. aus Duisburg (06.09.2017): Ich nahm seit 25 Jahren Betablocker, Bisoprolol, dann Nebivolol 5mg, eine halbe Tablette morgens gegen leichten Bluthochdruck. Nebenwirkungen: Trockner Husten und gelegentlich Schwindel. Seit 6 Jahren intermittierendes Vorhofflimmern, ca. 4 - 6-mal pro Jahr. Im März 2017 bekam ich erhebliche Luftnot. Meine Leistung war um mindestens dreiviertel eingeschränkt. Es begann eine Arztodyssee: 2 ambulante Kardiologen o.B., Pulmologe o.B., Hausarzt Blutbild, Ultraschall o.B. Einweisung ins Krankenhaus, Kardiologie: Eine Woche gründliche Untersuchungen. Keine konkrete Diagnose, leichter Verdacht auf Mitralklappeninsuffizienz. Physiologisches Stress-Echo: Herzklappe o.B. Nun kam endlich die mich behandelnde Oberärztin auf die richtige Diagnose: Ursache für meine Luftnot sind die Betablocker. Diese abgesetzt. Stattdessen ACE-Hemmer Ramipril verordnet. Nach einer Woche war die Luftnot verschwunden und ich bin nun wieder voll leistungsfähig. Bisher ist auch das Vorhofflimmern nicht mehr aufgetreten. So viel zum Thema Betablocker.

Renate E. aus Dietzenbach (02.09.2017): Ich habe auf BisoHEXAL 10 kg zugenommen, ist das normal?

Dr. T. aus Erlangen (31.08.2017): Was nehme ich ein, wenn ich keinen Bluthochdruck habe, aber doch eine Herzschwäche?

Angelika G. aus Dortmund (26.08.2017): Leider haben die Blocker Bisoprolol 5 und Nebivolol Glenmark 5 die Nebenwirkung von starkem Hautausschlag, sodass ich sie absetzen musste, obwohl die Wirkung gut war. Danach wurde mir Verapamil 120 ret verschrieben und ich habe trotzdem hohen Blutdruck und Herzrasen. Mein Arzt weiß schon nicht mehr, was er mir verschreiben kann. Im Ruhezustand ist alles ok. Unter Belastung, wie Gehen, Treppensteigen, bekomme ich Herzrasen mit Ansteigen des Blutdruckes über 200/110. Was kann ich machen?

Stephan C. A. aus Mexico (25.08.2017): Es ist erst 2 Tage her, dass ich einen ausführlichen Bericht geschrieben habe, und schon muss ich mich erneut zu Wort melden. Sagte ja, dass ich aktuell den Beta-Blocker Atenolol nehme. Nur 50mg von dem Zeugs verpassten mir schon am ersten Tag mit Wasser vollgepumpte Elefantenbeine, so dass ich mich wieder mal im Internet nach Gegenmaßnahmen umschauen musste. Ich stieß auf das Kombiepräparat 50mg Atenolol/12,5mg Chlorthalidon. Chlorthalidon entzieht überflüssiges Wasser aus dem Körper. Schon nach einem Tag erstaunliche Erfolge. Meine Beine sahen ganz normal aus, nichts geschwollen. Es folgte der nächste Tag. Ich machte auf und verspürte den Drang einige Blähungen abzulassen. Was folgte war ein Schwall von ultra-dünnem Stuhl, welcher sich in meine Unterhose ergoss. Chlorthalidon scheidet überflüssiges Wasser anscheinend nicht nur über den Harn, sondern ebenfalls über den Darm aus. Ich für meinen Teil bin nur durch mit diesen Beta-Blockern und werde diese absetzen. Besser ein Leben mit einer erhöhten Gefahr, erneut einen Infarkt zu bekommen, als weiterhin ein Leben mit Beta-Blockern und beträchtlichen Einschränkungen. Zu den Nebenwirkungen bei mir zählten: Extremer Juckreiz an den Unterschenkeln. Verschlimmerung bestehender Durchblutungsstörung an einem Bein (Braunfärbung), teils große Wassereinlagerung in beiden Beinen, extreme Müdigkeit, Sehstörungen, dauerhafte Bindehaut-Entzündung (Metoprolol), kleine juckende Pusteln am ganzen Körper.

Stephan Cordero A. aus Mexico (23.08.2017): Nach einem Herzinfarkt im Jahre 2007 wurde ich auf die Medikamente Bisoprolol, Enalapril, Simvastatin und Aspirin Protect eingestellt. Recht schnell danach bekam ich Beschwerden mit juckenden und angeschwollenen Unterschenkeln. Das ging so weit, dass ich mir die Beine regelrecht aufkratzte. Meine Ärztin fragte, als diese meine Beine betrachtete: "Was ist das denn?". Mit den juckenden und geschwollenen Beinen lebte ich von da an, weil ich das Vertrauen in Ärzte verloren hatte. Im Jahr 2010 wanderte ich dann nach Mexiko aus und habe bis heute keinen Arzt mehr gesehen. Meine Medikamente änderte ich in Eigenverantwortung um. Simvastatin war ab sofort gestrichen wegen des geringen Nutzens und ich nehme nun seit Jahren schon Atorvastatin. Enalapril bereitet mir keine Probleme und Aspirin erst recht nicht. Den Übeltäter für mein Beinproblem habe ich dann auch recht schnell ausfindig gemacht, Betablocker halt! Ich wechselte als erstes zu Metoprolol, welches mir noch mehr Schwierigkeiten bereitete, wie z.B. dauerhaft entzündete Augen, extreme Müdigkeit, dass ich sogar bei der Arbeit oft einschlief (selbstständig) und Verschlimmerung der Beinbeschwerden. Ich wechselte dann auf Atenolol, wo ich auch heute noch bei geblieben bin. Die Augenbeschwerden gingen zurück, das Jucken in den Beinen verringerte sich, aber die geschwollenen Beine habe ich immer noch. Nun ganz aktuell werde ich in einer Woche auf Valsartan umsteigen, weil ich keine Lust darauf habe, dass man mir in einigen Jahren beide Beine amputieren muß. Ich habe gewaltig die Schnauze voll von diesem Mist und wenn dieses Valsartan ebenfalls Probleme machen sollte, werde ich diese Krankmacher halt ganz absetzen aber wenigstens wieder Lebensfreude haben. Den Dreck brauche ich übrigens nicht wegen zu hohen Blutdruck, sondern weil mein Ruhepuls deutlich zu hoch ist (80-100 schwankend). Ganz wichtig! Hab vergessen zu erwähnen, wie ich den Übeltäter meiner Probleme ausfindig machte: Ich setze Metoprolol abrupt ab und schon nach 3 Tagen hatte ich Beine wie ein junger Hüpfer (kein Scherz/bin 48). Weil mir mein Ruhepuls jedoch Sorgen machte und ich bisher keine anderen Medikamente kenne, welchen diesen so gut regulieren wie Betablocker, nehme ich Atenolol also noch heute, weil es halt wenigstens nicht auf die Augen geht. Also mal schauen wie es nächste Woche dann mit den Sartanen geht .

Eugen D. aus Burglauer (22.08.2017): Betablocker sind für mich weniger ein Medikament, sondern mehr eine Droge - mit äußerst positiven Eigenschaften, wenn Herzrhythmusstörungen durch Irritationen des vegetativen Nervensystems verursacht werden.

Dr. Eila H. aus Berlin (18.08.2017): Trifft alles auf mich zu. Danke!

Herbert M. aus Göttingen (13.08.2017): Sehr informativ!

Christian S. aus München (07.08.2017): Ich bekomme Bisoprolol wegen zu hohen Blutdrucks. Alleine die Nebenwirkungen lassen mich das Zeug hassen. Dauermüdigkeit, Schlappheit, da kann ich mich ja gleich in den Sarg legen. Massive Magenbeschwerden. Steigerung von Depressionen, wo ich eh schon wegen Depressionen in Behandlung bin. Ich würde mich mehr bewegen, wenn ich nicht von vorneherein so schlapp und total demotiviert wäre.

Regina A. aus Hannover (29.07.2017): Hallo! Ich nehme das Atenolol schon 10 Jahre. Ich habe mit dem Rauchen aufgehört, aber ich muss dieses Medikament weiter einnehmen. Ich habe auch in innerhalb von 2 Jahren 40 Kilo zugenommen. Ich muss von dem Medikament morgens 50 mg und abends 50mg nehmen. Jetzt versuche ich eine Kur zu bekommen, weil ich auch einige Stoffwechsel-Krankheiten habe. Ich versuche mit meinem Arzt zu sprechen, so dass ich ein anderes Medikament bekomme.

Hermi T. aus Heidelberg (24.07.2017): Ich nehme Bisoprolol 10 mg am Morgen und davon nur eine halbe und habe seit geraumer Zeit Probleme damit: Husten, schlecht, fühle mich nicht gut damit .Ohne geht es leider nicht. Mein Hausarzt geht auf das Problem nicht ein, ich wollte, dass er mich umstellt. Mir kommt es vor als nehme er mich nicht ernst.

Ulrich P. aus Potsdam (20.07.2017): Ich habe insgesamt 5 Stents innerhalb von 4 Monaten bekommen. Nach den ersten 2 Stents bin ich Veganer geworden. Also keinerlei tierische Lebensmittel, keinerlei Fette oder Öle. Gewichtsabnahme seit März 2017: 9 kg. Habe jetzt 76 kg bei einer Größe von 1,78 m. Treibe 3x die Woche Fitnesssport und gehe in die Sauna. Fühle mich wohl dabei.

Birgit K. aus Höchst i. Odenwald (19.07.2017): Ich bin Ihnen sehr dankbar für diese Informationen.

Paul G. aus Teufen/Schweiz (12.07.2017): Ich nehme nach Misserfolgen mit Diuretika und ACE-Hemmern alle 2 Tage 1.25 mg Bisoprolol und das ist schon beinahe zu viel. Ich bin 70 und arbeite noch 100%. Der Blutdruck war vorher 155/80 und nun 125/75. Bin etwas müder, aber schlafe wie vorher auch 9 bis 10 Stunden - mit Unterbrechungen. Also rundum zufrieden so.

Walter S. aus Heidelberg (27.06.2017): Hallo, bei mir (56 J.) wurde vor 10 Monaten ein persistierendes Vorhofflimmern diagnostiziert und ich wurde von meinem Kardiologen auf Metoprolol Succ 47,5 und Eliquis "eingestellt". Eine Kardioversion brachte leider keinen dauerhaften Erfolg - nun stehe ich vor der Entscheidung einer Ablation, bin aber noch unentschieden. Extrem frustrierend ist die Gewichtszunahme! Ich habe in nur 8 Monaten 6 Kilo zugenommen, obwohl ich mich sehr bewusst und ohne Kohlehydrate ernähre, viel Obst, Gemüse und Fisch esse und Wein nur noch reduziert an den Wochenenden konsumiere (sonst überhaupt keinen Alkohol). Ergänzend nehme ich Magnesium und Leinöl als Nahrungsergänzung. Ich walke täglich eine Stunde stramm im Wald und gehe zweimal pro Woche für Muskeltraining zu Kieser (so viel Sport habe ich noch nie gemacht) und dennoch nehme ich zu, speziell am Bauch. Seit 3 Wochen kommen nun Gliederschmerzen in den Armen und leichtes Kribbeln hinzu, die sich von Woche zu Woche steigern. Ich bin auf der Suche nach Alternativen und einem Betablocker, bei dem ich nicht so zunehme.

Roswitha H. aus Hamburg (26.06.2017): Betroffener ist mein Lebenspartner, ich selber habe kaum eine Ahnung, wie notwendig und für welchen Zweck diese Medikamente sinnvoll sind. Ich empfinde mich jetzt etwas aufgeklärter, wenn auch noch nicht fraglos. Sehr besonders fand ich, dass die Beschreibungen auch für Laien gut lesbar sind, danke!

Regina A. aus Hannover (22.06.2017): Hallo liebes Team, ich muss wegen eines schnellen Pulses ein Medikament mit dem Namen Atelol einnehmen. Die Dosierung beträgt morgens und abends je 50 mg. Mein Pulsschlag liegt bei 100. Was kann ich machen, dass er ruhiger wird? Vielen Dank für die Antwort.

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Vor mir liegt noch ein sehr weiter Weg, aber ich habe angefangen ihn zu gehen und ich bin mir sicher, das Ziel zu erreichen!

Herr Matthias Gritz schrieb am 24.11.2014 um 08:20 Uhr:

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren, vor 3 Wochen habe ich bei Jochen Kaufmann an einem Abnehmseminar teilgenommen. Bisher habe ich 7 Kg abgenommen, habe 90% umgesetzt was ich mir vorgenommen habe.

Ich nehme überhaupt keinen Zucker, Alkohol, fettes Essen oder Gewohnheiten wie Schokolade, Chips "(bimmel-bimmel-sabber-sabber) zu mir; fühle mich "sauwohl" seither, kann besser denken, komme die Treppen besser hoch ohne zu schnaufen wie eine alte Dampflock. Richten Sie Herrn Kaufmann bitte aus, daß ich ihm dafür extrem dankbar bin. Meinem Freund den ich zum Kurs mitgebracht habe, geht es genauso gut. Sogar meine Familie ist stolz auf den Papa.

Frau Gerda Wagner schrieb am 12.11.2014 um 20:29 Uhr:

ich war am 08.11.2014 in Ihrem Abnehm Seminar in Heilbronn, eigentlich etwas skeptisch.

Meine Vorstellung vom Seminarbesuch war die, dass ich wieder anfange gesund zu essen und zu trinken, meinen Alltag meistere. Bewegungsmangel habe ich allerdings mit 3 Hunden keinen.

Zu meinem eigenen Erstaunen habe ich so viel Obst und Gemüse eingekauft und gegessen wie seit mehr als 3 Jahren nicht mehr.

Ja, ich denke Ihr Abnehm Seminar ist erfolgrich und habe es schon einige Male weiter empfohlen, auch die Raucherentwöhnung.

Ich werde weiter berichten.

Herr Hans-Peter Deigner schrieb am 17.10.2014 um 11:46 Uhr:

Sehr geehrter Herr Kaufmann, ich habe am 13.9.14 Ihr Powerseminar im Arcadia Hotel besucht. Jetzt ist es knapp 5 Wochen her und ich muss sagen …. es hat sich wirklich gelohnt. Dank Ihres Seminares und der Hypnose bin ich bis heute noch immer Zucker, Alkohol und Kohlenhydratfrei. Ich trinke nur noch Wasser und Bewege mich deutlich mehr.

Das alles ist ja gut und schön und andere machen das vielleicht auch so ….. aber jetzt kommt das wo ich Ihnen einen großen Respekt zollen muss …. Mit Ihrem Powerseminar hab ich es bis jetzt geschafft knapp 10 kg in diesen fast 5 Wochen zu verlieren und das absolut völlig stressfrei und ohne Zwang. Ich höre fleißig die CD`s und bis jetzt hab ich keinerlei Probleme mich fast ausschließlich gesund zu ernähren. Danke !! Herr Kaufmann, Vielen Dank Mit freundlichen Grüßen Hans-Peter Deigner

Frau Gabriele Raschdorf schrieb am 25.09.2014 um 17:10 Uhr:

Ich war am 21.September 2013 in Neckarsulm zum Abnehm-Seminar und kann ehrlich sagen, dass seitdem ein neuer lebensabschnitt für mich begonnen hat.

Anfangs war es nicht immer einfach auf Kohlenhydrate und Leckerlie zu verzichten und man musste starken Charakter zeigen, doch es hat sich gelohnt! Meine Ernährung habe ich völlig umgestellt, wobei mir die erhaltenen Unterlagen und vor allem die CDs sehr hilfreich waren. In Gedanken, sehe ich jetzt immer noch, die beiden Tische vor mir. - Auf der einen Seite mit den gesunden Lebensmitteln und auf der anderen Seite, die verlockenden aber ungesunden Dickmacher.

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Melatonin (bolsters immune system, lowers cholesterol, defends against cancer)

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Probiotic ( corrects immune deficiencies, increases the numbers of T cells )

Magnesium (controls 325 biochemical actions in the body)

Today we live in world where over the past 40 years the levels of magnesium (the bodies master mineral !) and selenium in our diet has reduced by more than half, we live our lives in a constant 'on' stress state everyday, our water can contain 72 chemicals and the air is more toxic than its ever been, so we are breathing in less oxygen. Its no wonder 1 in 2/3 people are now diagnosed with cancer, which unfortunately means it's not of case of 'if' but 'when' you are going to be told you have cancer . If you're interested in avoiding serious ill health like strokes,heart attacks and cancer this post is for you. . enjoy !

The purpose of every one of the trillions of cells in our body is to produce energy by burning Oxygen. The cell membrane is composed of Phosolipids (fatty acids), membranes have a frequency which is determined by the voltage of the cell. A healthy cell has a voltage og 0.75mv a cancerous cell has a lower voltage, which can be as low as 15mv.

In 1934 Dr. Otto Warburg was awarded the Nobel Prize for discovering that cancer was caused by a lack of oxygen in the body's cells. He found that when the oxygen level of your blood falls below 35 percent of normal, an anaerobic condition is created in which cancer and other diseases can prosper [anaerobic means “absence of oxygen”]. In order to keep your cell membrane in good condition so that Oxygen levels remain strong and healthy, you must have a diet containing EFA's (essential fatty acids) in the form of parent essential oils (PEO). These are called essential because you must obtain them in your diet, your body cannot manufacture them!

Most people believe that a good source is fish oil, they are NOT! Fish do not live in the same environment, they live in cold water. Fish oils become rancid when ingested and block absorption of oxygen into the cell. Your source for EFA's must be plant based, plants live in the same environment as we do. The best source of organic plant based EFA's are known as Parent Essential Oils.

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Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, multiple sclerosis and autism? Vitamin D isn’t really a “true” vitamin, as we don’t need food to attain it. Natural sunlight allows our body to create vitamin D and even destroys excessive amounts. How does that happen? When the sun’s ultraviolet B (“UVB”) rays hit your skin, they trigger a precholesterol molecule (7-dehydrocholesterol), which is then turned into vitamin D3 (aka “cholecalciferol”). The mechanisms by which vitamin D reduces the risk of cancer are fairly well understood. They include enhancing calcium absorption, inducing cell differentiation, increasing apoptosis (programmed cell death), reducing metastasis and proliferation, and reducing angiogenesis (formation of new blood vessels). Researchers in Belgium appear to be the first to show that vitamin D also lowers C-reactive protein (CRP), a measure of inflammation in the body, in critically ill patients. CRP is elevated when there is inflammation in the body, and chronic inflammation is a risk factor for a number of conditions including coronary heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

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Researchers, including some at Harvard Medical School, are finding evidence of a relationship between such “good” bacteria and the immune system. For instance, it is now known that certain bacteria in the gut influence the development of aspects of the immune system, such as correcting deficiencies and increasing the numbers of certain T cells . T-cells hunt down and destroy cells that are infected with germs or that have become cancerous. Helper T-cells orchestrate an immune response and play important roles in all areas of immunity.

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Canine bordetella may contribute to kennel cough. This bacterial infection can occur alone or in combination with distemper, adenovirus type-2 infection, parainfluenza, and other respiratory changes.

Canine leptospirosis is a bacterial infection which may lead to permanent kidney damage. The disease is easily spread to other pets and to humans. Depression, fever, and loss of appetite appear suddenly, and jaundice, vomiting, dehydration, excessive thirst, and excessive urination may indicate liver and kidney damage.

Canine parainfluenza is another cause of kennel cough. Although parainfluenza is often a mild respiratory infection in otherwise healthy dogs, it can be severe in puppies or debilitated dogs.

Canine parvovirus is a disease of widespread distribution which may cause severe dehydrating diarrhea in dogs of varying ages. Parvovirus infection is especially dangerous for puppies and very old dogs. In some instances, this disease leads to secondary heart disorders.

Canine coronavirus infection is highly contagious intestinal disease causing vomiting and diarrhea in dogs of all ages. Especially in young puppies, dehydration from coronavirus infection can be life-threatening.

Lyme disease, a bacterial disease caused by Borrelia Burgdorferi, may be spread by insects such as flies, fleas and ticks. Arthritic-like symptoms may occur.

Rabies, a disease which has reached epidemic proportions throughout the United States, is almost always fatal. Rabies virus attacks the brain and central nervous system, and is transmitted to humans chiefly through the bite of an infected animal.

Kennel Cough - There is no vaccine for complete protection against infectious canine cough. Thirteen different viruses and bacteria are implicated as its cause. Currently vaccines are available for 3 of the 13 known components of the disease complex. These three include Parainfluenza, Adenovirus Type 2, and Bordetella. By vaccinating for these 3 diseases, 90% of the cases of kennel cough can be eliminated. Canine cough is usually a mild, self-limiting disease, but it can develop into a severe bronchopneumonia, especially in younger dogs. The most common sign of this disease is a harsh unproductive cough that leads to gagging or even vomiting.

In addition to the antigen, vaccine suspensions also contain other ingredients which may include other antigens, protein from tissue culture or egg yolk, preservatives like antibiotics, and carrier proteins such as aluminum for enhanced immunogenicity. Therefore, adverse reactions may result as a response to the antigen or to anyone of these additional components. Over the years, improvements in techniques for antigen development and better purification procedures for the production of vaccines has resulted in fewer hazards associated with immunization. However, adverse reactions may still occur in certain individuals. The following are some potential hazards associated with vaccination:

Canine vaccines immunizing against several infectious diseases are routinely manufactured as pre-mixed for administration as all-in-one-vaccines; that is, one inoculant contains many different antigens that are administered as a single "shot". Such vaccines are termed polyvalent vaccines as opposed to monovalent vaccines, which would contain only antigen directed at immunizing against a single infectious agent.

Concerns have often arisen regarding the widespread use of polyvalent vaccines because they are believed to cause a significant decrease in immune function known as immunosuppression. Immunosuppression may result when the amount of antigen introduced into the dog exceeds the ability of the immune system to respond. Such a condition is termed antigen-overload. Immunosuppression may also occur as a result of one antigen component of the vaccine preventing the immune system from responding to another antigen component of the polyvalent vaccine. This latter form of immunosuppression is termed vaccine interference.

Clinical studies exploring different polyvalent vaccines have demonstrated a significant degree of immunosuppression associated with inoculation with polyvalent vaccines; however, duration of immunosuppression was only 7-10 days. Therefore, from a clinical standpoint, such a brief period of immunosuppression in an otherwise healthy dog is not considered cause for concern. However, if a nutritional deficiency or hereditary immune disorder already compromises a dog's immune system, the added immunsuppression may result in clinical illness if the dog is exposed to an infectious disease within the 7-10 day margin. Alternatively, if the dog has already been exposed to an infectious disease and is in the process of defending against a mild infection which is asymptomatic, the increase in immunosuppression caused by administration of the polyvalent vaccine may also result in clinical illness. In the latter situation, clinical symptoms of infection will present within 24-48 hours following vaccination. In these situations, it is common for many dog owners to blame the vaccine for causing the disease, when in actuality, the vaccine only made the underlying condition apparent. In light of this, in dogs suspected of harboring mild infections or who may be immunosuppressed due to other factors (immune disorders, seasonal allergies, certain medications), vaccination with polyvalent vaccines should be postponed until the underlying condition has resolved, or if risk for contracting infectious disease is high, use of monovalent vaccines or killed vaccines might be an alternative option.

When a circulating antibody encounters the specific antigen it is directed against in the body, it binds to that antigen in order to destroy it. This binding creates an immune-complex. In some instances, when there is extensive formation of immune complexes, these large molecules may be deposited in certain organs of the body and result in inflammation of local tissue resulting in immune complex disease. An example of this in relation to vaccination occurred with the use of early Canine Adenovirus-1 (CAV-1) vaccine in which, shortly after being administered the vaccine, dogs developed a bluish cast to the cornea of the eyes. This abnormal condition was determined to be caused by fluid retention and inflammation of the corneal tissue resulting from the deposit of antibody-antigen complexes. Though dogs usually regained full vision, CAV-1 vaccines soon became overlooked in favor of the CAV-2 vaccines which protected against both adenovirus type-1 and type-2 but which did not cause the bluish cast. To this day, CAV-1 vaccines are still available, however, they are regarded unfavorably for widespread vaccination despite the fact that the immune-complex disease was later found to be an effect not of the CAV-1 antigen, but rather the high concentration of the carrier protein, bovine serum albumin (BSA), used in the early CAV-1 vaccines. The modern CAV-1 vaccines available today no longer cause "blue eye."

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Vaccine-induced vasculitis is an adverse reaction that occurs very rarely in dogs, but it has been most often associated with administration of the rabies vaccine (although other vaccines may also be involved). This condition may present as many as 3-6 months following immunization. Additionally, there are causes other than vaccine reactions that may produce vasculitis in canines such as food allergy, drug reactions (i.e. ivermectin and itraconazole), lymphosarcoma, or unknown causes (idiopathic vasculitis). The vaccine-induced form of vasculitis, however, has a distinct, consistent histologic inflammatory (mononuclear/nonleukocytoclastic) pattern that may be helpful for differentiating this reaction from other underlying causes for vasculitis. In general, though cutaneous forms of vaccine-induced vasculitis may be identified by areas of hair loss and large red or purple spots ("purpura.") on the skin that may look like large bruises, the lesions may also appear as hives, a rash, or painful or tender lumps. In more severe cases, loss of blood flow to the skin may produce necrosis (death) of the skin, which will appear as ulcers or small black spots at the tips of the ears or toes.

Symptoms of systemic vasculitis are vague and appear similar to symptoms of many other disorders: fever, lethargy, muscle and joint pain, poor appetite, weight loss, and fatigue. More specific symptoms of vasculitis will be dependent upon the organ or organ systems involved which may include the brain and nervous system (behavioral disturbances, tremors, muscle weakness, seizures), gastrointestinal system (abdominal bloating, pain, bloody stools), the heart and lungs (difficulty breathing, coughing, exercise intolerance, heart enlargment), and the eyes (loss of vision).

In general, vasculitis associated with immunization is another form of "immune complex disease" and is believed to occur in dogs that have abnormal T-cell function. That is, T-cell unresponsiveness to circulating antigens (vaccine components) results in these antigens circulating in the blood for prolonged periods of time and thus providing time for the antigens to be deposited in tissues of the body, primarily the blood vessel walls. When this occurs, white blood cells (macrophages) will recognize the antigen as foreign and commence an attack on the vaccine component. Unfortunately, the inflammatory responses that accompany destruction of the antigen can injure the blood vessel, which will produce the condition of vasculitis. Damage to minor blood vessels may only result in mild symptoms of red patches on the skin where immune-complexes have been deposited. When larger blood vessels are involved or in cases of major systemic involvement, symptoms may be severe. Dependent upon the extent of the organ involvement and damage, many dogs will respond favorably to prompt administration of glucocorticoids (anti-inflammatory steroids). As with other immune-related hematologic disorders, however, dogs with vaccine-induced vasculitis are at high risk to developing and succumbing to the secondary complication of pulmonary emboli (when blood clots formed during vascular damage break free and are deposited in the lungs).

T-cell unresponsiveness that occurs primary to this type of adverse reaction may occur as an inherited defect, but more commonly it occurs as age-related compromise of the immune system. As dogs and humans get older, it is more common to encounter immune-system dysfunction. This presents a dilemma for veterinarians in regard to administration of vaccines because an aged immune system does not only increase risk for the older dog to contract and be more susceptible to infectious diseases, but also increases risk for adverse reactions to immunization. Therefore, not vaccinating places an older dog at considerable risk for acquiring and dying from infection, while vaccinating may cause auto-immune complications (most commonly immune-mediated hemolytic anemia) in some of these older dogs. Because, on average, risks of disease still outweigh immune reactions in older dogs and in absence of any previous indication that a dog may harbor immune dysfunction (currently there are no standard tests that could differentiate those dogs that will have an immune reaction from those who will not), veterinarians will typically recommend vaccination for older dogs. The use of antihistamines in conjunction with vaccinations, however, may be indicated to reduce some components of the inflammatory response associated with immune-complex formation for which these older dogs may be at higher risk (since histamine has been found to play a role in platelet aggregation associated with allergic vasculitis).

The strategy employed to create modified-live vaccines is to diminish the disease-producing effects of the microorganism while retaining their ability to replicate and produce strong immunity in the immunized host. The method for attenuating an infectious virus is to grow it for long periods of time under unfavorable conditions, usually in cells from a species other than its usual host. To survive under these undesirable conditions, the virus will undergo changes which will help it adapt to the new host environment. These changes usually come about as random mutations in the genetic material of the virus. However, not all viruses will adapt through the same type or number of mutations. Prior to recombinant DNA technology which now allows for site-directed mutations, the number and types of mutations in attenuated viruses used in modified-live vaccines were unknown. As a result, some viruses used for immunization had mutations that reverted back to the disease-producing or "wild-type" form when inoculated back into the original host. In this situation, immunization was actually responsible for causing the disease which it was originally designed to protect against. This occurred with some early modified-live rabies vaccines and in human medicine, the type 1 and type 2 polio vaccines.

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Sehr geehrter Herr Rausch,

es hat funktioniert! Ich war ja schon recht skeptisch, aber nun bin ich ganz begeistert. In der vergangenen Woche bin ich seit langem entspannt mit meinem Mann und dem Hund spazieren gegangen. Das war schon mal toll und heute bin ich das erste mal ( mit anfänglichem Herzklopfen) alleine mit dem Hund eine Runde (etwa 45 min.) unterwegs gewesen. Super. Also insgesamt ein echter Befreiungsschlag. Für das „NichtRaucher-Projekt“ muss ich noch ein bißchen Anlauf nehmen. Aber auch das wird.

Vielen Dank und ganz herzliche Grüße E. O. – 02.2012

Wenn Sie auf dieser Webseite gelandet sind, haben Sie wahrscheinlich Knieschmerzen oder Knieprobleme. Vielleicht haben Sie auch schon eine Diagnose erhalten, wenn Sie bei einem Arzt waren.

Und genau deswegen, habe ich diese Seite gestaltet.

Ob das Kniegelenk eine perfekte Konstruktion ist, kann ich nicht sagen. Fest steht jedenfalls, das Techniker und Mediziner seit vielen Jahren versuchen ein perfektes Knie herzustellen - gelungen ist es bisher nicht.

Ganz einfach gesagt: Das Knie ist die gelenkige Verbindung zwischen Ober- und Unterschenkel.

Treten die Schmerzen im Knie als Unfallfolge auf, geschieht dies meist unmittelbar nach dem Unfall. Diese Schmerzen sind meist Belastungsschmerzen und lassen in Ruhestellung nach.

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There is much controversy regarding the use of echinacea with AIDS and HIV, and until more is known, rchinacea is not recommended in progressive systemic and auto-immune disorders such as AIDS, HIV, tuberculosis, connective tissue disorders, leicosis and lupus.

Two books which I recommend to learn more about echinacea are "Echinacea, Nature's Immune Enhancer" by Stephen Foster, and "Echinacea, the Immune Herb" by Christopher Hobbs.

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1 Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, University of Foggia, 71100 Foggia, Italy

2 Department of Medical Sciences, University of Torino, 10126 Torino, Italy

3 Department of Orthopedics, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO 63110, USA

4 Department of Basic Medical Sciences, Neurosciences and Sense Organs, Section of Human Anatomy and Histology, University of Bari, Piazza Giulio Cesare, 11, 70124 Bari, Italy

Received 1 March 2013; Accepted 7 June 2013

Academic Editor: Enrico Maggi

Copyright © 2013 Giorgio Mori et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

In the last two decades, numerous scientists have highlighted the interactions between bone and immune cells as well as their overlapping regulatory mechanisms. For example, osteoclasts, the bone-resorbing cells, are derived from the same myeloid precursor cells that give rise to macrophages and myeloid dendritic cells. On the other hand, osteoblasts, the bone-forming cells, regulate hematopoietic stem cell niches from which all blood and immune cells are derived. Furthermore, many of the soluble mediators of immune cells, including cytokines and growth factors, regulate the activities of osteoblasts and osteoclasts. This increased recognition of the complex interactions between the immune system and bone led to the development of the interdisciplinary osteoimmunology field. Research in this field has great potential to provide a better understanding of the pathogenesis of several diseases affecting both the bone and immune systems, thus providing the molecular basis for novel therapeutic strategies. In these review, we reported the latest findings about the reciprocal regulation of bone and immune cells.

Bone remodelling, a coordinated process between formation and degradation of bone, respectively managed by osteoblasts (OBs) and osteoclasts (OCs), ensures the bone homeostasis. In physiological conditions, canonical OC formation requires macrophage colony-stimulating factor (MCSF) and receptor activator factor of nuclear factor kB ligand (RANKL) [1], which act on cells of the monocyte-macrophage lineage, inducing their fusion to form polynucleated active resorbing cells. However, a number of other cytokines and growth factors are known either to substitute these two molecules inducing a noncanonical OC formation or to act indirectly on osteoclastogenesis promoting RANKL release from other cells [1]. Physiologically, osteoclastogenesis is sustained by OBs, cells arising from the bone marrow stromal cells (BMSCs) which following the activation of different pathways and specific transcription factors, such as Cbfa1/Runx2, differentiate in mature cells producing bone matrix [2]. Consistently, OB activity can be also regulated by OCs. In the attempt to understand the mechanisms regulating bone remodelling, it has been found that skeletal homeostasis is dynamically influenced by the immune system, and lymphocyte- or macrophage-derived cytokines are among the most potent mediators of osteoimmunological regulation [3, 4]. Thus, in this review we will describe osteoclastogenesis, osteoblastogenesis, and the role of immune system in regulating the activity of bone cells.

OCs are formed by the attraction of myelomonocytic precursors to the resorption site, followed by their fusion, and attachment of the subsequent multinucleated cell to the bone surface. This process requires the activation of critical intracellular pathway as well as specific cytokines, primarily M-CSF and RANKL, but also TNF-

, IL-1, IL-7, IL-17, IL-23, IL-6, TGF

. Most of these molecules are also involved in the regulation of immune system and this may explain some of the relationship between immune and bone cells [5].

M-CSF is a homodimeric glycoprotein, produced by OBs and bone marrow stromal cells, that binds to high-affinity receptors (c-fms) expressed on cells of the monocyte/macrophage lineage. Homozygous disruption of M-CSF coding sequences in osteopetrotic (op/op) mice severely impairs production of macrophage populations underlying the importance of M-CSF for their development [6]. M-CSF induces the proliferation of OC precursors, their differentiation and increases the survival of mature OCs [7]; OC formation occurs when monocytes are costimulated by the essential osteoclastogenic factors M-CSF and RANKL.

A central role in OC biology is played by the receptor activator of NF-kB ligand (RANKL), that is essential for osteoclastogenesis and bone resorption [8]. Mice and humans deficient in the RANKL gene completely lack OC and exhibit variable forms of osteopetrosis. RANKL has also been implicated in regulation of immune response and in arterial wall calcification [5, 9]. The functional receptor for RANKL, RANK, is encoded by a tumour necrosis factor receptor (TNFR) superfamily gene (TNFGS11A) and is expressed on OC precursors. Mice lacking TNFGS11A have a profound defect in bone resorption and in the development of cartilaginous growth plates. One of the key steps upon activation of the RANK pathway is the binding of TNFR-associated cytoplasmic factors (TRAFs) to specific domains within the cytoplasmic domain of RANK. The TRAF family proteins are cytoplasmic adapter proteins involved in the mediation of several cytokine-signalling pathways. Different members of the family activate different transcriptional pathways: TRAF2, 5, and 6 are involved in the activation of NF-kB through IkB kinase (IKK) activation and AP-1 through activation of mitogen-activated protein kinases (MAPKs), including Jun-N-terminal kinase (JNK), p38, and extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK). Moreover, TRAF6 functions as a ubiquitin ligase, which catalyzes the formation of a polyUb chain. This leads to the activation of IKK and JNK through a proteasome-independent mechanism [10].

RANKL/RANK signalling promotes the differentiation of OC precursors into mature multinucleated OCs, stimulates their capacity to resorb bone, and decreases OC apoptosis. RANKL is present as both a transmembrane molecule and a secreted form; its interaction with RANK is opposed by osteoprotegerin (OPG), a neutralizing soluble decoy receptor, produced by marrow stromal cells and OBs [11]. The unbalance between RANKL and OPG has been indicated as the pivotal mechanism responsible for bone loss in case of estrogen deficiency [12], inflammation [13], and cancer-induced bone loss [14].

TNF- enhances OC formation by upregulating stromal cells production of RANKL and M-CSF and by augmenting the responsiveness of OCs precursors to RANKL. TNF directly induces marrow precursor differentiation into OCs, although according to some studies it is not osteoclastogenetic in cells not previously primed by RANKL. The ability of TNF to increase the osteoclastogenic activity of RANKL is due to synergistic interactions at the level of NFkB and AP-1 signalling. In addition, TNF and RANKL synergistically upregulate RANK expression. In vivo blockade of TNF in postmenopausal osteoporosis reduces bone resorption [15]; this suggests that TNF- increase could be one of the mechanisms responsible for postmenopausal bone loss. TNF is mainly produced by activated T cells and it is also involved in inflammation and cancer induced bone loss both systemically and locally.

IL-1 plays an important role in bone loss induced by estrogen deficiency; its level increases after menopause and is reversed by estrogen replacement. Bone loss does not occur after ovariectomy in mice deficient in receptors for IL-1, and treatment with IL-1 receptor antagonist decreases OC formation and activity. A recent study demonstrates that the blockade of IL-1 reduces bone resorption in postmenopausal osteoporosis [15]. IL-1 acts by increasing RANKL expression by bone marrow stromal cells and directly targets OC precursors, promoting OC differentiation in the presence of permissive levels of RANKL. The effect of TNF- on osteoclastogenesis is upregulated by IL-1.

IL-7 is known for its ability to stimulate T and B cell number and the reaction to antigenic stimuli. Recently, a role for IL-7 has also been postulated in bone remodelling [16, 17]. We have demonstrated that IL-7 promotes osteoclastogenesis by upregulating T and B cell-derived RANKL [17] and that the production of IL-7 is downregulated by estrogen.

In humans it has been suggested that IL-7 is osteoclastogenic in psoriatic arthritis and in solid tumors, also in healthy volunteer the expression of IL-7 receptor on T lymphocytes correlates with their ability to induce osteoclastogenesis from human monocytes.

IL-17 family members are mainly expressed by a type of human T helper cell (Th17) [18]. It is now believed that this cytokine plays a crucial role in inflammation and the development of autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis; however, its mechanism of action in the development of bone erosions, especially in relation to other known key cytokines such as IL-1, TNF- , and RANKL, remains unclear. Recently, IL-17 has been suggested to be involved in the upregulation of OC formation in inflammation by increasing the release of RANKL, which may synergise with IL-1 and TNF [19]. One of the stimuli to IL-17 synthesis is IL-23 produced by activated dendritic cells and macrophages. IL-23 drives the T helper 1 response and is a implicated in autoimmune diseases; hence; it has been suggested that the IL-23/IL-17 axis is critical for controlling inflammatory bone loss. However, in contrast to IL-17-deficient mice, IL-23 knockout mice were completely protected from bone and joint destruction in the collagen-induced arthritis model, indicating that the IL-23-induced bone loss may not be entirely mediated by IL-17 and raising the question whether IL-23 can directly stimulate OCs. Recent work supports this hypothesis suggesting that IL-23 promotes OC formation [20]. Other recent in vivo studies suggest that IL-23 inhibits OC formation via T cells [21]. In physiological conditions (unlike inflammatory conditions), IL-23 favours higher bone mass in long bones by limiting resorption of immature bone forming below the growth plate [21]. These contrasting data suggest different roles of this cytokine in the control of physiological or inflammatory bone turnover. Recently, Interleukin-27 (IL-27) raises investigator attentions as an antiosteoclastogenic cytokine [22, 23]. In particular, it suppresses osteoclastogenesis both through a direct effect on OCs and an indirect action on T helper cell subsets [22–26]. On OC precursors IL-27 decreases the ability to differentiate into fully mature resorbing cells, by abrogating RANKL-mediated induction of NFATc1 and suppressing proximal RANK signalling [22, 23]. On T helper (Th) subsets, it favours the differentiation of T cells in Th1 cells, promotes the differentiation of regulatory T cells, and decreases the differentiation of Th 17 cells, resulting in osteoclastogenesis inhibition in inflammatory condition [24–26].

Activation of the signalling pathway mediated by glycoprotein (gp) 130 by IL-6 and its soluble receptor has been regarded as a pivotal mechanism for the regulation of osteoclastogenesis [27]. Nevertheless, in IL-6 knockout mice (IL6KO), as well as in gp 130-deficient mice, no decrease in OC formation and function was found. These data may suggest that IL-6 is not essential for bone resorption. However, IL6KO mice were protected against ovariectomy-induced bone loss, and this finding, together with the observation of increased level of IL-6 after menopause in women, may suggest a peculiar role for IL-6 in bone loss due to estrogen deprivation. IL-6 was also shown to be involved in other diseases associated with accelerated bone turnover such as Paget’s disease of bone, multiple myeloma, rheumatoid arthritis and renal osteodystrophy.

The effect of IFN on OC formation and activity is controversial. IFN behaves like an antiosteoclastogenic cytokine in vitro [28], in vivo in nude mice [29] and in a knockout models in which the onset of collagen-induced arthritis is more rapid, as compared with wild-type controls. These data are not confirmed by studies in humans and in experimental models of diseases that indicate an increased level of IFN during estrogen deficiency.

In humans IFN is positively correlated with bone erosions in leprosy and rheumatoid arthritis. Data from randomized controlled trials have shown that IFN does not prevent bone loss in rheumatoid arthritis. The use of IFN in humans has been suggested to employ IFN for the treatment of osteopetrosis, in which condition IFN is able to restore bone resorption.

Taken together, the data in humans suggest that, in some conditions, IFN stimulates bone resorption. These discrepancies could be explained by the fact that IFN directly blocks OC formation targeting maturing OC and induces antigen presentation and thus T cell activation in vivo. Therefore, when IFN levels are increased in vivo, activated T cells secrete proosteoclastogenic factors and this activity offsets its antiosteoclastogenic effect.

TGF plays a complex role in osteoclastogenesis. It has wide ranging effects and it has been suggested that it may play a pivotal role in the growing skeleton contributing to the coupling between OB and OC [30]. Three isoforms of TGF have been described (TGF 1–3), which all interact with the same receptor complex. TGF 1 is mainly expressed in lymphoid organs and in serum. Conversely, TGF 2 and TGF 3 are predominantly expressed in mesenchymal tissues and bone. TGF is produced by many cell types, including bone marrow cells, OBs, and stromal cells and is secreted in a latent form that must be activated to mediate its effects. Although several mechanisms of activation in vivo have been proposed, the precise mechanism of this process is not known. Both in vitro and in vivo studies have shown that TGF 1–3 have complex effects on bone. They stimulate or repress proliferation or formation of OBs and Ocs, depending on cell types and culture conditions used. Mice with OB-specific overexpression of TGF 2 develop high-turnover osteoporosis [31].

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Da wäre nicht nur ich, sondern auch viele Andere Mitmenschen sehr dankbar.

Liebe Grüße aus dem Rheinland von Jürgen

Ich arbeite selber in der Radiologie und wollte fragen, wie der Arzt aus Köln, das plausibel erklären kann, wenn er behauptet, Konflikte in CT-Bildern erkennen zu können. Ich bin daran interessiert, eine Antwort zu bekommen. LG

Hallo FiBi, bin am Sonntag wieder zu Hause, kann dir dann von meinem Computer eine Antwort geben…! Bis dann, Gruß Jürgen.

die Person in Köln, welche du meinst, ist Heilpraktiker und heißt Siegfried Mohr…!

Er hat gelernt, so wie Hamer selbst, ein Schädel-CT (ohne Kontrastmittel) zu lesen und diese Hamer-´schen Herde zu erkennen und zuzuordnen.

Man kann nun nicht direkt sagen, dass dort ein Konflikt erkannt wird, sondern es kann je nach Konflikt- stand eine Aktivität oder ein Abschluss erkannt werden. Da Dr. Hamer sich die Mühe gemacht hat eine Gehirnlandkarte anzufertigen und man nun wusste, welche Region im Gehirn mit welcher Organregion in Zusammenhang steht, kann man aus Entwicklungsgeschichtlichen Zusammenhängen bei Mensch, Tier und in abgewandelter Form auch bei Pflanzen, einen „Konfliktinhalt“ zuordnen.

Dr. Hamer hatte damals bei dieser Entdeckung extra mit Siemens korrespondiert und wissen wollen, ob diese „Erscheinungen“ ein Fehler im Gerätesystem sind, oder wirklich vorhanden waren. Siemens hatte die „Echtheit“ dieser Erscheinung bestätigt.

Die heutigen CT´s werden allerdings immer „besser“ und es ist schwieriger sie auszulesen…!

Was sehr wichtig ist, wenn man ein CT anfertigen lassen muss mit Kontrastmittel, sollte man in der Neuen Medizin, mit ihren 5 biologischen Naturgesetzen, sehr gefestigt sein, sonst könnte man bei der Diagnosestellung einen Schock bekommen.

Ich meine hierbei, das Thema Hirntumor…! Ich hänge dir hierzu noch eine Internetadresse an. Dort kannst du einen Bericht lesen, von einem schwedischen Arzt, der sich zu der ganzen Thematik Dr. Hamer´s geäußert hat. Der Bericht ist wirklich sehr interessant. Er umfasst 17 DIN A 4 Seiten wenn man ihn ausdruckt…!

Ich hoffe das warten hat sich gelohnt…?

hast du dir die Info durchgelesen…?

Du hast geäußert, das du in der Radiologie arbeitest.

Meine Frage nun an dich: „Hast du dich schon früher einmal mit der Entdeckung der 5 biologischen Naturgesetze auseinander gesetzt, oder ist es jetzt das erste mal…?“

Schulmediziner traten – das ist bezeichnend – zum offenen Kampf gegen Dr. Hamer nicht an. Sie müssen ihn als aussichtslos angesehen haben. An die Front marschierten Laien, die von Heilkunde nur wenig mehr verstanden als das ABC, mit dem sie geschrieben ist. Die neue Taktik war, sich als Freunde und Schüler Dr. Hamers auszugeben, die sein Werk bekannt machen wollten. Sie gaben wahrheitswidrig vor, von ihm unterwiesen, mit ihm befreundet zu sein, seine Genehmigung zu besitzen, mit seinem Wissen und Auftrag vor die Öffentlichkeit zu treten. Bücher und Schriften erschienen plötzlich in Mengen, die „Neue Medizin“ zu propagieren. Allgemein hatten sie mit geringfügigen Umstellungen abgeschrieben, wobei die wesentlichen Punkte kunstvoll verwässert, auf Quellenangaben, Hintergründe und Dokumente praktisch verzichtet wurde. Was wiederum als Hinweis gelten darf, wo die Anstifter der Fälschungskampagne zu suchen sind. Den Gipfel erklomm ein Multimllionärssohn namens Eybl, der mit Rabbinern zusammen arbeitete und ein dickes Buch verfaßte (das er von einem ungarischen Rabbi bekommen hatte er war nur der Frontmann, denn einer muß es ja sein), in dem Dr. Hamer gelobt und gepriesen wird, daß es peinlich wirkt. Dann werden Dr. Hamers Lehren so verdreht und verfälscht, daß von der Revolution in der Medizin nichts mehr zu merken ist. Ausgerechnet dieses Buch wurde von den Einheits-Medien im deutschen Sprachraum besprochen und bekannt gemacht (siehe Wikipedia)! Die Absicht ist nicht zu übersehen, mit solchen Büchern die originalen Werke von Dr. Hamer und seinem Verlag vom Markt zu verdrängen. Was weiß der harmlose Durchschnittsbürger, wie im geheimen die Wissensverbreitung in den Medien manipuliert wird?

Eybl ging noch weiter, vermutlich auf höhere Weisiung: Er überwies an Dr. Hamer 4000 Euro als „Anerkennung“ für Eybls Benutzung von Dr. Hamers Arbeiten.

So haben es die Zionisten auch mit dem Evangelium getan, undzwar erfolgreich.

Im Grund sind nur die wenigsten Menschen mit ihrem Körper, ihrem Aussehen und ihrem Gewicht zufrieden. Daher ist Abnehmen ein Thema, dass nie an Relevanz in der Öffentlichkeit verliert. Durch zahlreiche Diäten, die in Zeitschriften beworben werden, purzeln dann auch die Pfunde, sind aber leider mindestens genauso schnell wieder drauf. In der Theorie ist es kinderleicht: Ausgewogen essen und mehr Sport machen. Dauerhaft abnehmen – und das ohne Diät ist leichter gesagt als getan. Dies liegt keinesfalls nur an mangelnder Disziplin, sondern wir kämpfen gegen unser biologisches Erbe an. Seit den Anfängen der Menschheit sind unsere Gene darauf programmiert, überschüssige Kalorien in Fettzellen zu speichern, um sie in Notzeiten wieder abzugeben. Je besser die Fettzellen gefüllt waren, umso sicherer konnte der Mensch überleben. Dauerhaft abnehmen – aus freien Stücken – war einfach nicht angesagt.

Heute gibt es jedoch in den reichen Industrienationen keine Hungersnöte mehr. Wer etwas essen möchte, öffnet einfach seinen Kühlschrank, geht ins Restaurant oder holt sich am Imbissstand eine Currywurst – die Möglichkeiten sind unbegrenzt. Darauf ist unser Körper schlichtergreifend nicht eingestellt. Dauerhaft abnehmen, sich an einer schlanken Silhouette erfreuen? Von wegen! Wer ständig mehr isst, als er verbraucht, wird es nicht einmal schaffen, sein Gewicht zu halten und nicht zuzunehmen. Wir als Ihre Krankenkasse möchten Ihnen dabei helfen, Ihr Wunschgewicht zu erreichen und geben Ihnen auf den folgenden Seiten wichtige Tipps und helfen Ihnen, Ihren Körper zu verstehen.

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Radiation is found in many things, including UV rays and lights. However, in small doses it doesn’t harm the body as it is eradicated from within. Exposure to everyday radiation waves is relatively harmless; however, as you’ll hear time and time again, constant or high levels of exposure, even to the sun, can be dangerous and deadly. Radiation is a natural form and when it’s used in the wrong manner then it’s the deadliest weapon available. That is why today so many working environments have a Geiger counter set up to ensure everyone is safe whether it’s a visitor or employee.

Buying a Geiger meter and counter can be extremely important for every household and office. These are small devices but very powerful indeed and they do so much than you may realize. However, buying the right counter can often be a little troublesome, especially if you aren’t sure what to look for. The following are a few little tips you may want to consider when buying and one or two tips about using them.

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Most people believe granite poses a very dangerous risk but in reality it is no more harmful than say using a microwave. Yes, there is radiation within granite, but, having said that, there is granite in many things today so it isn’t necessarily dangerous! Of course, using a Geiger counter to find out how high the levels of radiation are may satisfy your thoughts and you may be also much more comfortable with granite. Radon waves and radiation can emanate from granite but in little doses and usually it isn’t something to be overly panicked about.

You’d drive yourself crazy taking a Geiger meter or counter with you everywhere you went. If you took a counter with you to a granite showroom then you’d probably take it everywhere and it would get to a point where it would annoy you. You are going to see readings from radiation in almost everything and it isn’t technically bad. Most levels are extremely low and safe and yet most get panicked if they see radiation levels. The truth is you are going to find radiation in hundreds of places and most of the radiation is going to be at a safe level.Get facts about Geiger counter from https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/magazine/u-md-professor-hooks-students-on-this-particle-accelerator–by-building-one/2016/09/07/000cf6f8-6322-11e6-96c0-37533479f3f5_story.html

When you take a look at Geiger counters and see there are radiation levels then you can easily become worried and start to call the authorities. However, radiation is all around you and while this may panic you, please don’t get overly worried. Safe radiation levels are more or less harmless, so as long as you aren’t exposed to high radiation levels, you should be safe. A Geiger counter can reassure you greatly which is why you need one but maybe it’s not the best idea to take it to a granite showroom.

A Geiger meter has become a popular tool for millions of people worldwide. You wouldn’t think one of these tools would be as popular or as necessary, and yet, they remain extremely sought after. Unfortunately the world we live in today isn’t as safe as it once was and there is always a threat from chemical exposure. However, do you need a Geiger meter and if so, why does your home need to have one?

Radiation is impossible to see, smell or sense and that means it’s basically undetectable to the naked eye. When the body can’t detect a potentially hazardous material such as radiation then the body can become sick. Radiation poisoning can cause a person’s skin to burn depending on how long he or she has been exposed to the high levels of radiation; and they may also become physically sick. However, in some cases the poisoning from radiation can cause cancerous cells to form and in extreme cases, death. A Geiger meter can help detect the levels of radiation within a home and can allow you to feel comfortable also.

However, buying a Geiger counter is extremely easy and not as costly as you would think. These counters and meters are cheap compared to how much they used to cost and they can be extremely useful. That is why more and more people look to buy these tools and in all honesty, it can be a good idea to have one of these within your home. They don’t have to be too expensive to buy and there are plenty of ways to create Geiger meters from home. Of course, you have to be good with electronics but it is possible and there are lots of people who have already created a homemade meter. If you don’t have the money to spend then you could look to create a meter and there are lots of tutorials online to help you.

Radiation may not seem like a common issue amongst many households however you may be surprised with how much radiation is all around you. If a home was to unexpectedly have high levels of radiation, it could seriously harm every member within it and it could cost them their lives. You wouldn’t think a Geiger meter is necessary however it can be an excellent tool to have a home. However, it doesn’t just need to be used to measure radiation particles in the air but rather measure the amount of radiation in a piece of food or within your countertops. Find out more informations here: http://best-geiger-counter.com/

For some they would say Geiger counters are over-the-top and a little extreme but in reality they aren’t. Geiger meters and counters are vastly useful as they detect radiation and radiation affects us more than ever before. Using a Geiger counter in the home can be useful and you may feel comfortable with these tools also.

Thousands don’t realize the importance of a radiation detector and yet this remains a crucial tool within the world today. Radiation may technically be all around us, but too much and it could be deadly. So what are the real reasons why the world needs radiation detectors and what benefits come from them?continue reading!

As said, radiation is found everywhere. It can be found within cars, homes, large grocery stores and even in schools, but usually the levels are very low. Humans can have radiation in their bodies too, but not become ill as a result and it is possible with how low the radiation levels are. People can live their everyday lives but if the radiation levels were to increase within a certain area, say at home, it then can become deadly. Being exposed to radiation is life-threatening, especially prolonged exposure and it isn’t detectable by the human eye which is why a Geiger meter is required. The meter can measure how much radiation is within a room and

whether or not it’s near a toxic level.

There is a great need for a radiation detector to simply help ensure everyone is safe from radiation poisoning. You have to remember you cannot see radiation in the air and you cannot smell it either which ultimately means you could be exposed to high levels of radiation without knowing it. Using a detector, however, allows higher (and potentially dangerous) radiation levels to be picked up within seconds and possibly prevent prolonged exposure. We need radiation detectors to keep us safe and it is certainly a huge benefit of these as well. You cannot take a chance when it comes to radiation exposure.

There seems to be some element of doubt whether a Geiger meter and radiation detectors are necessary, since there is so much tight security restrictions. Most would never believe radiation could make its way out of a laboratory but the truth is it can and it has been known to happen. You never know how, why or when radiation levels are going to spike, especially within a laboratory environment which is why detectors are necessary. Scientists especially need these meters and detectors to ensure they personally remain safe whilst working with radioactive materials and they are beneficial. Millions could be exposed to some deadly radioactive toxin without knowing it, but with a Geiger meter the levels can be spotted quickly.visit their website from the link http://best-geiger-counter.com

Too many people mistakenly believe radiation is only found within science labs but in reality it can be found almost anywhere. Low levels are usually in a regular environment but sometimes prolonged exposure from certain materials can dramatically increase radiation levels taking them from safe to potentially life-threatening. If we don’t have the proper equipment, such as a detector, then we can’t know for sure how dangerous the environment really is and without Geiger meters we can’t tell the exact levels of radiation either. A radiation detector is very much needed and it can make all the difference.