Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are 8850 Form Empowerment

Instructions and Help about Are 8850 Form Empowerment

I've got a very interesting question for you what's your immune system do you know it's a word that we use so much isn't it Oh my immune system must be down that's why I've got a call but what is your immune system what is your immune system I'd like to have a look tonight and what your immune system is because it's important isn't to know something about the house you live in isn't it and isn't it the most important yet the most neglected form of education is the house we're living in knowing something about the body that we live in was that an eye opening to you what happens to your food that all your foods not digested in your stomach it's actually digested in different parts of your gastrointestinal tract one of my favorite proverbs is proverbs 14 verse 6 knowledge is easy to him that understands my my aim is to give you an understanding of these things and then you automatically have the knowledge on how to treat this amazing body that we've been given so I'd like to begin by looking at where the immune system starts now look at our human body we've got a protection around the body it's called skin is that right skin and when you break the skin you have to be careful because if you break the skin now the flesh and the Bloods exposed and the microbes that are in the air especially if there's some pathogens they can get in there is that wrong and it's like the little boy that I met in New Zealand a few years ago he came with his mother his mother came to see me about another issue when he walked in his finger was twice the size and I said uh-huh what's what's happening to the finger now the finger was twice the size it was red and at the top at like had a Pasi area she said art cellulitis the doctor said it's cellulitis do you know what said your itis is inflammation of the cell now that's not rocket science is it it's inflamed so I went a little bit further why she said well he had a blister and the blister broke and then he's playing in the dirt with his Matchbox cars what's going to happen next and of course little boys don't care if they've got a water flesh so of course the dirt got in there and immediately his immune system went to the area the lymphatic fluid do you know your lymphatic system is your body's vacuum cleaner that's the puffiness it's the lymphatic fluid going there going there to try and block any microbes going to other parts of the body and then and then extra blood sent there and white blood cell cells go there and then they lay down their lives that's what passes did you know that's what passes that's dead white blood cells that's what happens as we go through the lecture I'm going to show you what we did to that finger so your skin so whenever the skin breaks we've got to be careful to wash it clean it and bind it don't we until it seals to protect it there are orifices let's have a look at the ears mazing protection in the ears there's all these little hairs and then there's an eardrum to protect from any harmful pathogens getting in let's go to the eyes what an amazing thing is the eye if something hits here you've got two bones there to protect it and if something's flying through the air you've got eyelashes and they blink and the blinking reflex and the lashes stop anything getting in that eye but if something actually gets through that and into the eye then we've got this mucus layer around the eye and we know if we get something in the eye like a bug or something we just have to go around the world for a few times is that right and it'll go to the corner and by now it's dead because although the mucus has drowned it and we can think out of the eye then we come to the nose what an amazing organism it's the nose did you know that in the nose there are all these little hairs and in the nose there are it's like a cave with all these little cavities and if we breathe in something that's got dust on it it's heavy if we breathe in pure air it is so light it goes straight through into the trachea and down into the lungs but if it's got a bit of dust or something on it it's heavier so when it comes into the nose it starts ricocheting around all those little cavities that shoots backwards and forwards and backwards and forwards to drop off the dust then it becomes light and it goes back down the trachea and into the lungs and then at the end of the day we blow our nose is that right especially been digging in the garden so there's hairs there are there to trap any any dust or things like that or on it and then we come to the mouth you know there's no hairs in your mouth that's why we should be nose breathers not mouth breathers we should be nose breathers and if someone says well I can't breathe through my nose so then I ask why can't you breathe through your nose well it's all blocked up so why is it blocked up that's just always blocked up do you know excess mucus in that area indicates that that person's got an allergy it might be to an allergy to a chemical it might be allergy to a mold maybe they're breathing in or it could be an allergy to the food they're eating and the three most

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