The CC Treatment Bioavailable Minerals and Probiotics

The CC Treatment is a combination of The CC Formula which is a plurality of ammonia molecules bonded to a single molecule of ionic Zinc and a single molecule of Copper developed into a complex mineral system that creates “BAMs” Bioavailable Minerals. It is important to rebuild and strengthen the immune system and it is recommended to use additional BAMs from preferred foods and a daily treatment of probiotics.

The CC Treatment, the amounts and types of BAMs, probiotics and additional treatment protocols should be based on the particular disease. All treatments should be discussed and developed with your physicians and health care providers.

Boosting The Immune System

CC Treatment, Probiotics, microorganisms, probiotic, treatment, Bioavailable Minerals, minerals, BioavailablePlants, plant extracts and isolations have been used for centuries to treat certain diseases in humans and promote general wellness. One major factor in the treatment of diseases and wellness is boosting the immune system and, several plants are known to have ingredients proven to help in fighting or the prevention of disease.

The mineral ion zinc (ZN BAM) can be used in coordination with certain plant extracts for boosting the immune system and combating certain diseases. For example, extracts may include any of the following but are not limited to: Graviola (Annona muricata), Bitter Melon (Momordica charantia), Esplanheira Santa (Maytenus illcifolia), Mullaca (Physolis angulata), Vasourinho (Scoparia dulcis), Mutamba (Guazuma ulmifolia), Suma (Pfaffia paniculata), Cat’s Claw (Uncaria tomantosa), Blood Root (Sanguinaria canadensis). The quality of the botanical correlates to the performance of the plant extracts and a person trained in the art is necessary in most cases to provide a measure of success.

Vitamin and Mineral Supplements

The use of the CC Treatment with Bioavailable Minerals or BAMS will greatly improve general health, but not all minerals can be processed into a BAM. Therefore mineral supplements will be necessary in traditional forms to meet minimum daily requirements when boosting the strength of the immune system. It is true that the daily allowances for both vitamins and minerals can be obtained through a healthy diet, but when an individual’s immune system is compromised and they are facing cancer or some other major disease, supplementing the food intake is vital to the mitigation of the disease.

An example of a rigorous and effective regimen of vitamins and minerals for building the immune system and relieving pain from arthritis, treating sugar diabetes, providing a stable mental attitude, lowering dependence on prescription drugs, lowering blood pressure, fighting alcoholism and drug addiction and building sound muscles includes, but is not limited to the following:

MORNING

EVENING

Beta Carotene (Vit. A)

25,000

I.U.

Asprin (If Tolerant)—small

Vit. B-6

100

mg

Zinc Gluconate

250

mg

COQ10 (Except

100

mg

Magnesium Sterate

25 0

mg

with Graviola)

Calcium Citrate

600

mg

Folic Acid

800

mg

Omega 3 (Fish Oil)

1000

mg

Vit. D

400

I.U.

Red Yeast Rice

600

mg

Selenium (Yeast)

200

mcg

Vit. E

400

I.U

Biotin

1000

mcg

Ester Vit. C

1000

mg

Chromium Piconate

200

mcg

For Joints) Gluco-

500

mg

Multi-Vitamin (Organic) that

Samine

Sulfate

Contains Micro-Nutrients

Chondrotin

Sulfate

500mg

(Trace Elements)

MSM

200 mg

Boosting the immune system using a combination of botanicals, vitamins and minerals in combination with BAMS acts synergistically to provide the individuals-(bodies) own immune system to reject cancer. The BAMS provide a direct attack on the membrane sheath surrounding the cancer cells and a direct attack on the cancer itself by overloading the cancer cells with minerals that become toxic to the cancer while not affecting the surrounding healthy tissues.

Steve ‘s Testimonial  using the CC Treatment, Diet and Probiotics to beat Stage 4 Melanoma

Probiotics

CC Treatment, Probiotics, microorganisms, probiotic, treatment, Bioavailable Minerals, minerals, BioavailableThe requirements for a microbe to be considered a probiotic are that the microbe must be alive when administered, for the probiotic to have a heath benefit, and it must be administered at levels to confer a health benefit. These are live microorganisms that will not provide the benefits if they don’t stay alive. The manufacturer and consumer must pay close attention to the conditions of storage at which the particular microorganism will survive and the end of their shelf life. The potency will tell you the number of viable bacteria per dose, and the purity has to do with presence of contaminating or ineffective bacteria.

Self-dosing with bacteria isn’t as outlandish as it might seem. An estimated 100 trillion microorganisms representing more than 500 different species inhabit every normal, healthy bowel. These microorganisms (or microflora) generally don’t make us sick; most are helpful. Gut-dwelling bacteria keep pathogens (harmful microorganisms) in check, aid digestion and nutrient absorption, and contribute to immune function and building.

The other thing to remember is that these microorganisms are not all alike. In fact, the genus, strain, and species all need to be the same for the results that you find in the study to be the results that you hope to achieve when taking it. For example, with the strain Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, the genus is Lactobacillus, the species is rhamnosus and the strain is GG. If any one of those are different in your supplement, you may not attain the same results.

With the growing popularity of probiotics, there is a huge variety of supplements from which you can choose. The most important thing is to determine what type of probiotic microorganism you need for your condition. Do not just take the supplement that provides the most kinds of organisms. You need to do your research and be sure that there are scientific studies to support what you take. New research is emerging to help find what you need is right. Your doctor can help you decide if trying probiotics might be helpful for you and can advise you regarding the amount and type of probiotics that may be appropriate in your case.

Where can I get more information on probiotics? USProbiotics.org

“Herbs and Supplements” MedlinePlus

 

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