What else might be more harmful to Rh negatives?
Mike Dammann September 5, 20200
Prolonged exposure to loud noise alters how the brain processes speech, potentially increasing the difficulty in distinguishing speech sounds, according to neuroscientists. Exposure to intensely loud sounds leads to permanent damage of the hair cells, which act as sound receivers in the ear.
Your body craves what it needs, but that craving gets distorted when artificial flavors trick you into craving something that has no value. A great example are potato chips. It isn’t the potatoes that you crave, but what the artificial flavors represent. Then, when you go for it and “feed your need”, your body will still crave what it wanted while being overloaded in non-food items.
Most food cans are made from aluminum, a metal that has been linked over and over again with neurotoxicity and brain disease, including Alzheimer’s. Cans without BPA coating leave your food exposed to aluminum, and all of the potential health hazards that come with it.
High-voltage electrical fields
Your body is electric, so while EMS is considered pseudoscience, those with understanding tend to be alerted of the negative impact that such high-powered outlets can have.
Wear nature on your body. Those sensitive enough often react badly in some fashion to plastic fashion.
Ridding our bodies of toxins might be harder for Rh negatives, so when I look at new studies showing a much larger effect of cigarettes and a significantly larger effect of alcohol on us, I am not surprised.
Filler, not food
Bread, pasta, noodles, spaghetti, pizza, lasagne: High-carb man-made filler items designed to make your meal cheaper and replace what you need with what you don’t.
Thanks to: https://www.rhesusnegative.net