Now Cali is looking at older men in a whole new way…
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“He made me come this way and now I’m addicted”
Hi, I’m Cali…
And as I peel off my skin tight dress, his fingertips begin gently exploring my body…
As he starts to apply the Orbiting Pearl technique, my eyes roll to the back of my head, and I lose control of my breathing.
My hips begin to writhe, my back arches, and the muscles between my legs start contracting involuntarily.
I can hear myself moaning as I dig my nails deeper into his chest.
I begin to buck wildly as if riding a crazed bull in the rodeo.
My moans become screams, and now I’m sure the neighbors can hear me from all the way down the block.
I don’t care though… I just don’t want him to stop.
How I became virtually immune to illness simply by using my emotions…
You often hear older, more observant healthcare professionals claim that stress causes any number of diseases…
Often diseases without any official cause.
At first, these may seem like silly claims made up to hide the fact that these people don’t know what they’re talking about.
But the reality is that stress of any kind causes major biological changes in the body…
Changes which alter our susceptibility to many types of disease.
Feeling stressed or fearful comes alongside changes in hormones like adrenaline and noradrenaline.
But these hormones can also be increased by lifestyle choices.
Researchers just recently proved that these hormones actually cause changes to our immune systems which make us more susceptible to viral infections.
These animal experiments were carried out by researchers at the Aix Marseille University in France. The results were published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine.
The relationship between stress and infectious disease has been debated for quite some time.
“In humans, psychological stress has been associated with a higher risk of infectious illness.”
But until this research was completed, nobody knew just how stress can cause people to become more susceptible to infection.
“The mechanisms by which the stress pathway interferes with host response to pathogens remains unclear.”
To understand the link, researchers carried out a number of experiments on mice.
Mice under different circumstances were exposed to a common viral infection caused by cytomegalovirus.
This virus can cause “mono” and pneumonia in humans.
The researchers looked at the effect of two key stress hormones – adrenaline and noradrenaline.
These hormones attach to cell receptors – causing knock-on effects in the body.
The researchers found that mice with activated adrenaline (β2-AR) receptors were more susceptible to viral infection.
“β2-AR binds the stress mediators adrenaline and noradrenaline. Mice treated with a β2-AR agonist were more susceptible to viral infection.”
In contrast, mice with very low levels of this adrenaline receptor had a far stronger immune response to the virus.
“β2-AR deficiency resulted in a better clearance of the virus, less tissue damage, and greater resistance to Cytomegalovirus.”.
These experiments show that it is the activation of this receptor (usually by adrenaline and noradrenaline) which causes stress related lowered immunity.
The experiments also showed that the production of a protein (IFN-γ) by immune cells was a hallmark of better viral defense.
“We found a correlation between higher levels of IFN-γ production by liver natural killer (NK) cells and stronger resistance to the virus.”
The levels of that critical antiviral protein were affected by the adrenaline receptors…
Indicating how stress increases the risk of viral infection.
“Our experiments revealed a cell-extrinsic downregulation of the antiviral NK cell response by adrenergic neuroendocrine signals.”
Studies show quite clearly that the stress hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline can directly impair our natural immune response to a viral threat.
Taking steps to lower the stress hormones – or blocking these adrenaline receptors – could significantly increase viral immunity.
“Our results suggest that the blockade of β2-AR signaling could be used to increase resistance to infectious diseases.”
There are many substances which can be used to block these adrenaline receptors.
Propranolol is one of the most well-known – it is widely used to treat migraine, anxiety and a dozen other conditions.
But there are many more natural ways to control adrenaline and noradrenaline levels.
Salt and natural sugary foods like fruit are well known to bring these troublesome hormones under control.
Low blood sugar is one of the primary reasons for the body to increase adrenaline.
Thyroid problems also reliably cause increases in adrenaline and noradrenaline.
—-Important Message About Your Immune System—-
Believe it or not, even the CDC admits: Flu shots are only 14% effective at preventing flu viruses…
…that’s why I’m using my own Flu and Virus protocol that is working for me in two ways:
- Helping my body naturally resist viruses on its own…
- …and by counteracting the cytokines that are responsible for terrible symptoms and even death if I do get sick
I like to think of my Flu & Virus Protocol like a limiter on my car engine.
The limiter won’t let me rev the engine so high that it breaks the engine…
Well, same thing with my Protocol.
I believe it will rev up my immunity — but that it won’t let my immunity get so out of hand that it kills me with the dreaded cytokine storm.
And right now, I’m letting a select group of men try my Natural Immunity Protocol for free