Volume II

This book is presented in three volumes.
VOLUME II subtitled, Blood Chemistry Drives Behavior, addresses the physical chemistry of the body and the reasons for physical pain and infectious as well as degenerative dis – eases, along with suggestions for easing the pain naturally.

The theme for Volume II is BLOOD CHEMISTRY DRIVES BEHAVIOR.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface
Forward
Choices for Responsible Behavior vs Victimhood
Focus of This Book
Mission Statement
PART I FOUNDATION
Insurance/Ensurance
There Is No Free Lunch
Ensurance
Insurance
Homeostasis vs Disease
Disease vs Dis – ease
Degenerative Disease
Infectious Disease
Nature’s Little Undertakers
Allergic Reactions
Skin
Perimeter Defense
Correctional Surgery
Birth Defects
PART II CHEMISTRY
Physical Organic Chemistry
Carbon Compounds
Brownian Movement
Wave Shaping
Resonance
Energy Fields
Nature In Motion
Structure Governs Function
Homeopathic Medicine
Sound Changes Structure
Chemical Reactions Influenced By Environmental Changes
Chemical Reactions Influenced By Enzymes
Drugs
Catabolism + Anabolism = Metabolism
 PART III DIGESTION

Digestion
Proteins – Amino Acids – DNA
Carbohydrates
Lipids – Fatty Acids
Digestive Enzymes
Anabolic Enzymes/Vitamins
Dehydration Prevents Decomposition
Fasting
Vitamins
Minerals
Chelation
Food Combining Suggestions
Concentrated (Complex) Foods
Blood Circulation
Blood Cell Function
Arteries – Veins
Capillaries
Blood Pressure
Fluid Dynamics
Arterial Damage
Venous Blood Pressure
Lymphatic Fluid Flow Pressure
PART IV ACHE AND PAIN PROFILES
Ache and Pain Profiles
Science vs Religion
Infinite Intelligence … First Cause
Vital Organs
Power Source
Reserve Energy
Dashboard Gages
Muscle Mechanics
Chronic Backaches
Large Intestine Related Backaches
Peristalsis
Acid Blood
Fight or Flight
Sewer Breath
Large Intestine/Lung Partnership
Kidney Related Backaches
Stem Cells – The Shmoos of the Body
Liver Related Backaches
Blood Chemistry Drives Behavior
Connective Tissue Integrity
Baby Teeth Emergence
Vaccines
Gall Bladder Pains
Gall bladder Pain Remedy/Bell’s Palsy
Systemic Candida
Cell Voltage
Spleen
Headaches
Headaches Above The Ears
Frontal Or Forehead Headaches
Base Of The Skull Headaches
Headaches Behind The Eyes
Top Of The Head Headaches
Sinus Headaches
Bad Breath (Halitosis)
Stomach Breath
Sewer Breath
Morning Breath
Putrid Breath
Candida Breath
Fluoride

PART V ORGANS AND PRESSURE POINTS
Organs And Pressure Points
Western Anatomical Position
Eastern Anatomical Position
Yin/Yang Polarities
Heart Meridian
Small Intestine Meridian
Opposing Muscle Phenomenon
Urinary Bladder Meridian
Kidney Meridian
Pericardium (Envelop of The Heart) (Heart Constrictor) Meridian
Triple Warmer Meridian
Gall Bladder Meridian
Liver Meridian
Lung Meridian
Large Intestine Meridian
Stomach Meridian
Spleen Meridian
Conception Vessel Meridian
Governing Vessel Meridian
Alarm Points
Associated Points
PART VI LIFE CYCLES
Life Cycles
PART VII REVERSE ENGINEERING
Reverse Engineering
Tongue
Teeth
Milk
Tooth Shape/Function
Two-Year Molars
Blood Type
Six-Year Molars
Cow Body vs Human Body
Jaw Joints
Large Intestine Length
Eardrum Pressure
Fly Paper
Sinus Cavities
Digestive Enzymes
pH
Muscle Types
The Food Tube
Hydrochloric Acid
Ulcers
Pottenger’s Cats
Valves
Digestion In The Stomach
Enzyme Timing
Fermentation
Rotting Material
Defective Systems
Hiatal Hernia
Visceral Manipulation
The Remedy For Hiatal Hernia
Aging
Cancer
Chemotherapy
PART VIII GERMAN NEW MEDICINE
German New Medicine
CT Scan Evidence
Nature Is Always In Balance
The Distortion Of Nature By Humans
PART IX SUMMARY OF THIS BOOK
A Recap Or Summary Of This Book
PART X APPENDICIES
      APPENDIX I REFERRENCES
      APPENDIX II TESTIMONIALS
      APPENDIX III ABOUT THIS AUTHOR

            Throughout this Volume II, Blood Chemistry Drives Behavior, I refer to the box and the logic of my computer model. For the complete discussion on these computer model issues and how structure allows behavior, please read Volume I, Structure Governs Function.
            Intellect and education levels have absolutely no bearing on behavior when blood chemistry is a factor.