Masked allergens, food overdose, and food cravings
Type of Spiritual Experience
All food and drinks are thus 'addictive' , if we overdose on them, from sugar to pizza, from pot noodles to eggs!
A description of the experience
From Allergies and Substance intolerances – Dr Gottfried Cornelissen [Dr Cornelissen is both a medical and dental doctor]
The discoverer of the masked allergy was a Mr Rinkel of the USA. While a student he nourished himself primarily with eggs, which were constantly sent to him by his father, the owner of a chicken farm. Rinkel’s health problem was a persistent, continuous ‘cold’, which defied all kinds of treatment. His suspicion fell on the eggs and he therefore consumed a great quantity of them – but nothing happened. He then stopped eating the eggs completely and then, when after a while he consumed some eggs, he passed directly into unconsciousness. Repeated trials confirmed the result. In the following years after becoming Dr Rinkel he and the famous researcher Randolph, developed a theory system for masked allergy.
If constantly consumed foods cannot be used by the body ‘indifferently’, then inevitably an enormous permanent burden on the immune system results. The incompatible food, the foundation for numerous illnesses, is central to all of this because it always weakens the immune system and uses up the defences.
Thus there is a constant burden that tends to result in insufficient elimination of other toxins. The problem is still further magnified by the addictive behaviour pattern that is adopted after some time and thus the incompatible food consumption is still further increased.
The vicious circle is perfect.
The accompanying addiction is a central theme when there is milk, wheat, egg or sugar intolerance. The addiction is comparable to other kinds of addiction, such as to alcohol or coffee. There are withdrawal symptoms and a tendency for hangovers during abstinence.
In the USA promising attempts at therapy have been initiated whereby alcoholics abstain from all their central allergens, thus the bourbon alcoholic strictly avoids corn as well