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The subject of alimentary toxemia was discussed in London nearly 80 years ago, before the Royal 'Society of Medicine by fifty-seven of the leading physicians of Great Britain.
Among the speakers were eminent surgeons, physicians and specialists in the various branches of medicine. The following is a list of the various poisons noted by the several speakers: indol, skatol, phenol, cresol, indican, sulphurretted hydrogen, ammonia, histidine, indican, urrobilin, methyImercaptan, tetramerhylendiamin, pentamethyiendiamine, putreacin, cadaverin, neurin, coolin, muscarine, butyric acid, beraimidazzolethy-lamine, methylgandinine, ptomarropinene, botulin, tyramine, agamatine, tryptophane, sepsin, Idolehtylaymine, and sulpherroglobine. Of the 36 poisons mentioned above, several are highly active, producing most profound effects, and in very small quantities. In cases of alimentary toxemia, some one or several of these poisons is constantly bathing the delicate body cells and setting up charges, which result in grave disease. This Chemistry Analysis are now available to check if someone has one or several of those; they are:
Putrechrome Reaction (PCR): for the detection of putrefactive bacteria in the intestines, that is increased in practically all febrile states, pneumonia, acute myeiti, leukemia, diabetes mellitus, carcinoma, progressive muscular atrophy, and some types of the most difficult eczemas.
2. Indole/Skatole: Products of intestinal putrefaction Indole is formed in the degradation of tryptophan. It occurs naturally in human feces and has an intense fecal smell. Tryptophan is first converted to indole, then to indican by bacteria in the gut. Indican is then excreted into the urine and from there into the diaper. Skatole is formed in the intestine by the bacterial decomposition of L trytophan and found in fecal matter, to which it imparts its characteristic odor. Its name is derived from skato, the Greek word for dung. Sweet!
3. Indican/Skatole: indicative, when in quantity, of protein putrefaction in the intestine (indicanuria).
4. Sulfafloc: For the detection of bacteria found in the oral cavity and large bowel.
5. Microalbuminuria proteinuria: A highly sensitive test for the detection of slight amounts of albumin, because of Leaky Gut Syndrome.
6. Calcium Test: Useful for detection of calcium dumping syndrome. Urine when containing high amounts of sodium ions along with calcium indicates a negative calcium balance, especially in BAD (basic American diet) dietary, interstitial acidosis, and post-menopausal states.
7. Carcinochrome Reaction (CCR): For the detection of peptides in urine known to be associated with the pre-cancerous state. Cells, in a precancerous stage, will start spilling odd proteins into the blood which spill through the kidneys and appear in the urine. This is an important and vital feature.