World Cellular Health Week: Comments from international Movement of Life coordinators

The Movement of Life, an international non-profit movement, encourages people to use the available knowledge from breakthrough scientific technologies to create hands-on pilot projects wherever they live, anywhere in the world. Through the videos on its website, the Movement of Life provides the tools for sharing the experiences from these pilot projects with the goal of liberating the world from the tyranny of control by multinational corporations in the areas of health, food, water, energy, knowledge, and work.

To coincide with the World Cellular Health Week campaign, the Movement of Life is pleased to offer statements of support from some of its coordinators around the world.

Time to take your health in your own hands! – Dr. Matthias Rath

It is important that we, the people of the world, understand that today there is no independent international body that takes care of our health interests on a global scale. So we have to get active and take the protection of our health in our own hands. We have to understand, that we will not be healthy by delegating this value to special interests, the only way to real health is through our active participation in creating and maintaining it. Participation instead of delegation, that’s the key message.

The ‘World Health Week’ is a perfect vehicle to transport this important message to the world. A clear goal – the prevention of diseases instead of repair – and a clear strategy – participation of the people in health issues, instead of health delegation – these are the preconditions for building a successful preventive health care system for ourselves and our children.

I invite you to become part of the next great mission uniting of mankind – creating ‘world without disease’. It’s time to take your health in your own hands!

Dr. Matthias Rath

The World Cellular Health Week campaign is an initiative of the Dr. Rath Health Foundation to drive awareness to all aspects of health.

World Cellular Health Week: Making a Better, Healthier World – Paul Anthony Taylor

Every year, on April the 7th, the World Health Organization sponsors what it calls ‘World Health Day’. Promoting it as a ‘Global Health Awareness’ day, the supposed goal is to draw worldwide attention to subjects of major importance to global health. And yet, despite all the time and money the World Health Organization lavishes on ‘World Health Day’ each year, it doesn’t achieve any tangible results. Deaths from heart disease and cancer continue in their millions, and the drug industry’s profits continue to skyrocket.

But there is a solution to this situation, and it’s actually a lot simpler than you might think. It involves teaching people that today’s most common diseases can be controlled using scientifically proven natural health approaches, in particular through the use of Cellular Medicine. This, precisely, is what our ‘World Cellular Health Week’ is all about.

Paul Anthony Taylor

The World Cellular Health Week campaign is an initiative of the Dr. Rath Health Foundation to drive awareness to all aspects of health.

Breakthrough Discovery in the Natural Control of Diabetes

Conventional medicine is confined to treating the symptoms of adult diabetes by lowering elevated blood levels of sugar. However, cardiovascular disease and other diabetic complications still occur in diabetic patients even when their blood sugar levels are controlled. Thus, while necessary, lowering blood sugar levels is clearly an incomplete treatment of diabetic disorders.

Modern Cellular Medicine provides a breakthrough in our understanding of the causes, prevention and adjunct treatment of adult diabetes. The primary cause of this disease is a long-term deficiency of certain vitamins and other essential nutrients in the millions of cells in the pancreas (the organ that produces insulin); the liver and the blood vessel walls; as well as other organs.

To learn more about the Cellular Medicine approach to controlling diabetes, visit the website of the Dr. Rath Health Foundation.

Further information about Cellular Medicine research can be found on the website of the Dr. Rath Research Institute.

The operating system of life

Humans, octopi and pine trees alike are all made up of cells, tiny but sophisticated systems that keep life going. Cells are almost like tiny factories run by robots, with the nucleus, DNA, proteins, lipids, and vitamins and minerals all playing critical roles. George Zaidan and Charles Morton lay out the blueprint of a cell and explain how biochemistry binds all life together. The full lesson can be viewed on the TED website:

Killer T Cells: The Cancer Assassins

How does a Killer T Cell kill its target?

This Cambridge University film captures the behaviour of cytotoxic T cells – the body’s ‘serial killers’ – as they hunt down and eliminate cancer cells before moving on to their next target.

To learn more about the cells of the body and to interactively study the effects of micronutrients on their functions and our health, visit the BodyXQ website.

Cardiovascular disease

This film is a summary of our new understanding of the causes of cardiovascular disease. Still unknown to millions of patients worldwide, cardiovascular disease occurs exactly for the same reason that clinical (early) scurvy does – a deficiency of vitamin C in the cells composing the artery wall. To learn more about this breakthrough discovery, visit the websites of the Dr. Rath Research Institute and the Dr. Rath Health Foundation.

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