Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride is a medical doctor with two postgraduate degrees: Master of Medical Sciences in Neurology and Master of Medical Sciences in Human Nutrition. In 2004 she published her first book Gut And Psychology Syndrome. Natural Treatment Of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Depression And Schizophrenia. And last year she released her most recent book Gut and Physiology Syndrome.
Dr. Natasha explains the powerful role that fear has played during the recent pandemic. Much of the fear comes from the mainstream media and government. This fear can be used to easily manipulate people, so that they can be controlled. Throughout history time and time again, it has been shown that if you can keep people afraid, you can keep them obedient and you can get them to do anything.
Chronic fear is also highly damaging to our health: “Fear is a completely destructive emotion that causes a storm of destructive hormones, NT and other chemicals in your body, all of which dismantle your immune system, dismantle your defenses and make you prone to diseases and illnesses.”
While thousands of real scientists and medical doctors have been speaking out against this tyranny and trying to spread truthful information, they have been censored. Democracy, freedom of speech, human rights and personal liberties have all been taken away. All that’s left is the scaremongering in the mainstream media.
Natasha reminds us that the planet belongs to microbes. The human body is teeming with trillions of microbes, living in an ecosystem and working synergistically: “The truth is that nature thrives on cooperation.” It’s not survival of the fittest, it’s cooperation and everything plays a role. We are made of microbes – from fungi, bacteria, archaea and viruses to protozoa, worms and flukes. Nature is democratic: “every little creature is vital and important.”
Fascinatingly, microbes exchange genetics with one another, and they even do this with human cells. The concept of pleomorphism is the ability of any microbe to change into any other microbe, and this has been observed for hundreds of years. For instance, a Bacterium can change into a Protozoa like an amoeba and then into Fungi. Similarly, Viruses can change into a Bacterium and Bacterium can turn into a Fungus. In fact, you can look at all of these microbes as one single creature which morphs into many forms. These changes happen as a result of the environment in which they are living – everything from supply of food, temperature, minerals, PH, hormones and neurotransmitters.
Natasha makes the point that Health is Harmony – any healthy natural environment produces healthy, harmonious microorganisms. However an unhealthy environment can produce disease-causing pathogenic microbes: “Make no mistake, every microbe in the world can cause disease if it’s out of balance with all of the other microbes.”
In order to understand life, we must also understand death. What happens at the moment of death? At that moment, entropy moves in and the body starts to decay – at the same time, the life force goes out. This life force has been called many things: spirit, soul, or God. However, most of mainstream science ignores this life force and looks at the body as a machine. As long as science believes humans are merely machines and there is only this physical world, then it will never get to the truth.
Before the 2nd world war, the world was very different. The whole planet was organic, there was nothing else. People were much healthier. Babies were born from healthy parents with a healthy gut flora. Nowadays most babies and children are not healthy, they have been born from unhealthy parents with unhealthy flora.
For Natasha, modern technologies are a major driver of many of the diseases faced by humanity. Nature has spent billions of years perfectly designing the human body. In a matter of decades these modern technologies are rudely interfering with that fine design. Natasha offers this advice: be very careful with this technology.
You can learn more about Dr. Natasha, her books and GAPS here: https://www.gaps.me/