Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Patrick McGean | Sulfur: The Forgotten Nutrient: Could You Have a Sulfur Deficiency?

 

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S y n o p s i s 

Patrick McGean joins us to discuss how sulfur has become the forgotten nutrient. Could you have a sulfur deficiency? If you are not obtaining sulfur from your daily nutrition, you probably are. Sulfur is still missing from food, missing from the soil, and consequently, it's missing from our bodies. The incredible results you can obtain from sulfur are dependent on the quality of the sulfur and how much you take. And I'm proud to say that ever since I have been exposed to this information, early 2014, I have been taking sulfur every day and thousands of you have been buying it from gotsulfur.com. Tonight, we'll revisit all those benefits and the consequences of this important of this missing element. We also discussed a plethora of topics that you won't hear in the mainstream media. Topics you should be aware of if you want to experience life at its fullest and attain optimal health.

B i o 

In 1999 Mr. Patrick McGean's son was diagnosed with germ cell testicular cancer. He had multiple surgeries, cisplatin chemotherapy and finally an auto globus stem cell transplant. Following the transplant his oncologists declared that the treatment was unsuccessful and that he had a 3% chance of survival for the next few years. The Live Blood Study was begun with this information and the introduction to sulfur was by accident. With an intimate knowledge of blood and the cardiovascular system from the 70s it made sense to establish a way to monitor the blood photographically in hopes of being able to visualize changes which could be used to monitor the health of the participants. The blood vessels of the conjunctiva and the blood cells contained within became the model and various form of microscopes were utilized to view the vessels and the blood. Following a great deal of on line research into sulfur and the cardiovascular system we realized that the cell matrix visible in the face could be a more valuable way to establish cellular regeneration from those too far away to be subjected to having a microscope stuck into their eyes.

Patrick McGean is the father of four. A graduate in Fine Arts from the U of U in 1969. A declared Conscientious Objector to the Vietnam War he served his alternative service at the U of U Medical Center. Starting in the OR as an orderly we was promoted to Assistant OR Manger then was hired as Division Coordinator and Chief Ophthalmic Technician for the Div. of Ophthalmology.

Retinal photography is photography of the vessels of the retina along with die studies of the profusion of these vessels. This study was remarkable when one considers that the retina is part of the whole body human, not just a part of the eye. All animals have but one cardiovascular system, one blood vessel which starts and ends at the heart which pumps the river of life.

In 1976 Mr. McGean was offered a "free ride" through medical school to which he said, "Why would I want to be like the doctors I have helped train?" From 1976 to 1999 Mr. McGean's involvement with medicine was limited to reading medical journals and other health related publication.

The Live Blood and Cellular Matrix Study. The reports from our Study members are anecdotal which is not an acceptable form of information for the scientific community while if the photos support cellular regeneration then the information is substantiated.

The Study has grown not only in numbers in the US but also world wide with this change in modality. The body human is reported to regenerate all of its cells every 7 years and we hope to visualize this regeneration with digital photos which can be "magnified" to demonstrate the cells and the matrix in which they work. The human face may be a more demonstrable area for the body than foot reflexology or even iridology being that all of the cervical nerves are active and both cranial and general vascular activity can be visualized.

Many of the clinicians with whom we collaborate are adopting digital face photography as an adjunct to their written histories. Billy Crystal lampooned Fernando Llamas saying it is more important to look beautiful than to feel healthy. How can we look beautiful if we are not healthy.

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