• Michigan Holistic Physician Group Report: 85 COVID Patients Treated - ZERO Hospitalizations and NO Deaths

    There has been a debate going on in healthcare for more than 100 years. It started in the 1800s when two competing points of view were put forward to explain disease, and the cause of disease. French medical scientist Louis Pasteur wrote on the "germ theory" of disease, while his French contemporary, Antoine Béchamp promoted a theory of "terrain," or sometimes referred to as the "cellular theory." An objective, critical review of each theory can find some merit to each approach. For example, Pasteur's work on unseen germs led to a change in practice for surgeons of the day, and many credit the work of Scottish doctor Joseph Lister for starting the practice of requiring surgeons to wash and disinfect their hands prior to surgery. Hospital-induced infections such as sepsis dropped so dramatically, that the practice of sterilization spread to surgical equipment as well. But as an overall model for disease and health, many feel that Pasteur's germ theory of disease overstates things in a reductionist sort of way that misses much in disease treatment. Holistic doctors today who supplement their medical training based mostly on the germ theory of disease, tend to follow the work originally put forth by Béchamp that the "terrian," more commonly referred to today as the body's "immune system," is much more important and effective in treating or curing disease. The evidence to support this theory is that pathogens affect everyone differently, not the same. Even during some of the most deadly recorded "plagues" or "pandemics" in history, some people succumbed, while others did not. Usually those who survived far outnumber those who died, leading to the theory that the immune system is the key factor in not only fighting disease, but preventing it in the first place. Of course today's medical system is NOT focused on prevention by building up the body's immune system, as there is no profit from that. Today's multi-TRILLION dollar medical industry needs sick patients to treat to remain economically viable. Well patients don't provide the same profit. But just as Dr. Joseph Lister put into practice Pastuer's theory of germs with great success in reducing hospital deaths, which might be great for preventing the deaths of patients already sick and is more of a "hygiene" protocol than a health protocol, so too many physicians today are putting into practice methods that more closely follow Béchamp's theories by bolstering the body's immune system with great success in treating disease. One such doctor that we have featured many times here on Health Impact News, is Dr. David Brownstein from the Center For Holistic Medicine in Michigan. Dr. Brownstein has just published a report where he is claiming that his clinic has treated 85 patients for COVID-19 and that none of them have died, and none of them had to be hospitalized. He has also video recorded some of their testimonies. So what treatment protocols did Dr. Brownstein use for this kind of success rate?

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  • Michigan Holistic Physician Group Report: 85 COVID Patients Treated - ZERO Hospitalizations and NO Deaths

    1. What dose should the vitamins be, how often should they be taken and for how long should they be taken? Also how does a person use the nebulizer?
  • Michigan Holistic Physician Group Report: 85 COVID Patients Treated - ZERO Hospitalizations and NO Deaths

    Julie-Kay said:

    1. What dose should the vitamins be, how often should they be taken and for how long should they be taken? Also how does a person use the nebulizer?

    You may want to click on the links in the article and contact Dr Brownstein directly with your questions...

  • Michigan Holistic Physician Group Report: 85 COVID Patients Treated - ZERO Hospitalizations and NO Deaths

    Admin said:

    There has been a debate going on in healthcare for more than 100 years. It started in the 1800s when two competing points of view were put forward to explain disease, and the cause of disease. French medical scientist Louis Pasteur wrote on the "germ theory" of disease, while his French contemporary, Antoine Béchamp promoted a theory of "terrain," or sometimes referred to as the "cellular theory." An objective, critical review of each theory can find some merit to each approach. For example, Pasteur's work on unseen germs led to a change in practice for surgeons of the day, and many credit the work of Scottish doctor Joseph Lister for starting the practice of requiring surgeons to wash and disinfect their hands prior to surgery. Hospital-induced infections such as sepsis dropped so dramatically, that the practice of sterilization spread to surgical equipment as well. But as an overall model for disease and health, many feel that Pasteur's germ theory of disease overstates things in a reductionist sort of way that misses much in disease treatment. Holistic doctors today who supplement their medical training based mostly on the germ theory of disease, tend to follow the work originally put forth by Béchamp that the "terrian," more commonly referred to today as the body's "immune system," is much more important and effective in treating or curing disease. The evidence to support this theory is that pathogens affect everyone differently, not the same. Even during some of the most deadly recorded "plagues" or "pandemics" in history, some people succumbed, while others did not. Usually those who survived far outnumber those who died, leading to the theory that the immune system is the key factor in not only fighting disease, but preventing it in the first place. Of course today's medical system is NOT focused on prevention by building up the body's immune system, as there is no profit from that. Today's multi-TRILLION dollar medical industry needs sick patients to treat to remain economically viable. Well patients don't provide the same profit. But just as Dr. Joseph Lister put into practice Pastuer's theory of germs with great success in reducing hospital deaths, which might be great for preventing the deaths of patients already sick and is more of a "hygiene" protocol than a health protocol, so too many physicians today are putting into practice methods that more closely follow Béchamp's theories by bolstering the body's immune system with great success in treating disease. One such doctor that we have featured many times here on Health Impact News, is Dr. David Brownstein from the Center For Holistic Medicine in Michigan. Dr. Brownstein has just published a report where he is claiming that his clinic has treated 85 patients for COVID-19 and that none of them have died, and none of them had to be hospitalized. He has also video recorded some of their testimonies. So what treatment protocols did Dr. Brownstein use for this kind of success rate?

    What a refreshingly 'biologically sound' article. The Laws of Nature are the Laws of Life and death in this universe. One only has to read his monumental work, 'The Third Element of the Blood' to appreciate the brilliance of Antoine B`echamp. Thank you for such a diligent summation of the biologically correct principles of the 'Laws of health and disease'. Peter Edwards ND, PhD