How the Body heals itself

How the body heals


 I will show you how even a thought can send the body down the road of dis-ease. The physical body is a dwelling place for the mind,it’s self maintaining. The brain is the coordinator perception of all perception, knowledge and memories into new patterns as we know as thought. The brain is the most powerful and least understood it is the housing place of the subconscious as well as the conscious. The store house of all knowledge, the energy and intelligence to which thought is produced flows into the brain from the great universal store house of infinite intelligence.


GcMAF is an essential human protein our bodies make that removes a number of diseases including cancer. All 5 billion healthy humans make their own GcMAF.  If healthy we make around 10,000 cancer cells a day, but your GcMAF, which has six attacks on cancer, destroys them every day. In all GcMAF has 20 beneficial attacks on disease.

If you have a severe shock, such as losing your house or become weak, perhaps by catching pneumonia, that may give a disease the chance to send out an enzyme to prevent your body making its own GcMAF. If so, that stops the 20 known effects of GcMAF in the body including its six attacks on cancer; without GcMAF, your immune system also collapses, and the disease or cancer becomes chronic.

If external GcMAF is administered, most of the attacks on disease restart in minutes, and in three weeks one of the 20, your immune system, is rebuilt to above normal strength. GcMAF is, of course, without side effects.

Let me explain, let’s say you loose your home a protein called Nagalase is released that causes immunodeficiency Nagalase blocks the bodies production of gcmaf thus preventing the immune system  from doing it’s job which is producing  GCMAF. Normally healthy cells communicate with each other but the evil enzyme Napalase hog ties the immune system army’s ability to stop the cancer cells.


How is GCMAF Produced


Vitamin D-binding protein (DBP) is the precursor protein out of which our immune cells make GcMAF. Up close DBP looks kind of like a small Brillo pad, but the convolutions are not sharp-edged; they’re actually quite soft and sticky. DBP contains 458 amino acids, one of which is very special and quite different from all the others. This is a threonine amino acid, the 420th amino acid in its chain. Attached to this threonine is a group of three sugars. The presence of these sugars defines the purpose of the entire DBP protein molecule. To keep things simple, I am going to name the three sugar molecules after candy bars.

Because Vitamin D Binding Protein comes with sugars attached, we can now refer to it as a glycoprotein. Most of the immune system’s “messenger molecules” are glycoproteins.

Now imagine DBP as this large protein with three sugars (or candy bars) attached. The first is a Hershey’s bar, the second is a Milky Way, and the third is a Snickers. All three are attached to one another, as shown in the diagram, in an upside-down “Y”-shaped configuration.


Vitamin D-Binding Protein (DBP) is the starting point in GcMAF production.

DBP is the protein from which we are going to make GcMAF.

The dashes (–) indicate chemical bonds (pairs of electrons that hold atoms together to form chemicals) that attach the sugars to each other and to the protein.

Making GcMAF from DBP

Now let’s transform our candy bar model of DBP into GcMAF. There are two steps in this process. The first step is to snip off the Milky Way bar. (This is performed by the enzyme beta-galactosidase which is embedded in the outer cell membrane of B-lymphocytes.) You can go ahead and eat it; we won’t need it anymore. If you don’t want it, your body will just recycle it.


ntermediate in GcMAF production.

The second step is to snip off the Snickers bar. (This is performed by the enzyme sialidase, which is located in the outer membrane of T-lymphocyte cells.) (You can have that one too, if you want to get on the fast track to diabetes.)

Now we’re left with a huge protein that has just the remaining Hershey’s hanging off of it. Guess what: this isGcMAF.


By snipping off two of the three sugars (first the Milky Way and then the Snickers bar), we have transformed the Vitamin D-Binding Protein into GcMAF.

It’s fully formed and ready to float off, find a macrophage, lock onto its receptor, and then send a powerful message to the entire cell, telling it to stop watching reruns of Desperate Housewives and get to work beating up microbes and killing cancer cells. And, as you know, when GcMAF talks, macros listen.

Candy bar identities revealed

Just for the record (and for you biochemists in the house) my Hershey’s bar is alpha-N-acetylgalactosamine (GalNAc), the Milky Way is D-galactose, and the Snickers bar is sialic acid (also known as N-acetylneuraminic acid).

This is just a break down for you to understand how the body heals itself and how health is holistic and that even a thought can activate the evil enzyme. So in order to be healthy one must be healthy in the mind body and spirit.

****original reserch is provided by Timothy J Smith M.D

A Vegan Gypsie

Hi i’m A Vegan Gypsie, blogger of where i bring you information as well as how-to-do’s so that your journey to the life you desire is a tad bit easier. Creator, Mother, Friend I not only bring you knowledge but my own personal experience to nourish not only the physical body but the spiritual body as well. With my combined knowledge as a Master level Usui Reiki Teacher and Holistic Health And Wellness Practitioner with a bachelor degree in alternative medicine and a Masters in Metaphysical Science I bring you something for the Mind, Body and spirit. Not only is this my profession but my personal lifestyle as well.

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