Not long ago, the U.S. Public Health Service revealed that only 1.5% of all Americans were considered healthy. It's no wonder that Americans rank 31st in the world for life expectancy, suffer the 7th highest cancer rate among all countries, and lag behind at least 40 countries with lower infant mortality rates. This raises the question: Why?
Prior to 1952, the mortality rate from all causes was consistently declining. However, after 1952, this significant decline lost momentum. In fact, in some years, there were alarming increases in mortality rates, especially in the 25 to 44 age group, despite unprecedented advances in U.S. healthcare. So, what happened?
In summary, 1952 marked the onset of widespread radioactive fallout. We now understand that deficiencies and toxins in our food supply and environment are major contributors to these health issues. The National Cancer Institute has determined that 80% of cancer cases are linked to the air we breathe, the food we eat, and the water we drink. Regardless of the specific toxin or disease, even small amounts of absorbed radioactive particles can greatly amplify their impact on the human body.
As far back as the 1960s, no fewer than three Nobel Prize winners warned about the consequences of man-made radiation, but their warnings often went unheeded. The National Research Council's 2006 BEIR VII Report plainly states that there is no safe level of radiation exposure. Nevertheless, the allure of cheap, clean, limitless nuclear power continues to captivate us. Unfortunately, the true costs, including the loss of quality of life and healthcare expenses related to radiation exposure, are often hidden from public view.
Radioactive fallout is now present in the food chain of the Northern Hemisphere. Those who live near nuclear power plants or are exposed to fallout from nuclear accidents face the greatest health threats. No one living in the path of radioactive fallout is immune to the severe, multigenerational health consequences. In stark contrast, developed countries that have chosen to forgo nuclear power typically experience lower mortality rates.
In "Fukushima Meltdown & Modern Radiation: Protecting Ourselves and Future Generations," Dr. Apsley provides a concise and clear overview of the most critical historical issues arising from man-made radiation crises. In essence, ionizing radiation rapidly erodes our immunity and genetic integrity. Radioactive particles, like an insatiable, immortal force, persist in the environment for centuries and even millennia. Normal healing mechanisms alone cannot shield humanity from this ongoing scourge.
Preventing future exposure is crucial, but it's insufficient on its own. What we need most are cutting-edge techniques for rapid tissue regeneration. Drawing from over 30 years of experience in regenerative medicine, Dr. Apsley outlines precise, step-by-step, personalized nutritional methods for achieving regeneration. For example, his method incorporates the preparation of delicious and easy-to-make smoothies. Additionally, he offers a variety of enjoyable menu options designed to promote regenerative healing.
Dr. John Apsley is a physician and researcher with over 30 years of dedicated focus on rehabilitating and reversing chronic degenerative illnesses through accelerated tissue repair and cellular regeneration. His extensive research has led him to the conclusion that the rise of chronic degenerative diseases and premature aging (before age 90) can be attributed to the generational deterioration of the human constitution. This decay results from factors such as depleted essential minerals in our soils, inadequate dietary habits, and a lack of continuity with the health practices of exemplary elders who enjoy good health beyond their 90th year.
A sought-after speaker, Dr. Apsley frequently shares his expertise on nationally syndicated talk radio programs. He aims to educate the general public on how integrating a regenerative lifestyle into their daily routines and family healthcare plans can lead to improved health for everyone. Dr. Apsley is the author or co-author of six books, including the bestselling title "The Regeneration Effect." He has also conducted extensive research and lectured extensively on the clinical applications of human regenerative techniques in medicine, with a focus on the Four Pillars and ACTTM (Applied Colloidal Therapeutics), along with methods for inducing "The Regeneration EffectTM" to optimize healing.
Dr. Apsley holds degrees in medicine (MD(E)), chiropractic (DC), and nutrition (BS). He is board-certified in Acupuncture and Meridian Therapy, Spinal Disability Evaluation (CSDE), and Insurance Claims Review (IRC). Furthermore, he is a qualified instructor in Electrodermal Scanning and Darkfield Microscopy. Dr. Apsley graduated with honors (Magna Cum Laude) from Life Chiropractic College in Marietta, GA. He obtained licensure as both a naturopathic and chiropractic physician in North Carolina in the mid-1980s and later became a licensed acupuncturist (L.Ac.) in Alabama in 1994.
In his practice, Dr. Apsley specializes in Naturopathy and Eclectic Medicine, leveraging Applied Colloidal TherapeuticsTM (ACTTM). His primary focus is Eclectic Oncology, a field that prioritizes the regeneration of a patient's constitution, thereby enabling a self-healing response capable of transforming abnormal tissues into healthy and thriving ones. Dr. Apsley also served as the Executive Director of the Immunogenic Research Foundation (IMREF), overseeing significant research projects in nanotechnology. Additionally, he took on the role of chief editor and publisher for IMREF publications.
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