Viruses, Electrons, Sugar, and HFCS

Zappers are reportedly being used in Africa to crush AIDS. The disease is caused by a virus, and it is a documented fact that viruses are susceptible to masses of electronic charges. Here is what the late Dr. William F. Cathcart, MD, said about importation of electronic charges into the human body:

“What we are doing with the truly enormous doses of ascorbate [vitamin C, or C] is throwing away the vitamin for the electrons carried by the C. In other words, we are driving trillions of negatively charged electrons into a diseased patient, neutralizing the positively charged free radicals. Incidentally, this treatment also provides enough C so that the white cells become violently energized and destroy any existing viruses immediately. This phenomenon is only activated when a threshold level of ascorbate and free electrons is reached, which suddenly obliterates the free radicals. The flu, ulcers and gastritis might be cured with massive doses of oral ascorbic acid and IVCs. Lesser doses will not accomplish this action.”

Admittedly, Dr. Cathcart was talking about mega-dose vitamin C. When taken in massive amounts, he said the vitamin acts as a huge donor of electrons inside a human being. He emphasizes that the beneficial aspects of this treatment are only reached when a threshold level of energy is obtained.

Vitamin C also has beneficial chemical attributes, but for this discussion we will focus attention on its electrical properties. When delivered to a human in large quantities, the vitamin donates trillions of electrons to flesh. There is only one kind of electron.

Zapping also saturates its user with electrons, but more efficiently. Zapper electrons are not affected by digestion, absorption, dilution or excretion. A Thundervolt zapper may be thought of as electronic vitamin C. (For those with AIDS, read between the lines!)

The intake of sugar seems to stimulate cancers to grow faster. Because of their rapid metabolism, malignant cells require food that burns up very quickly, and sugar does just that. But now sugar has a new face.

In the 1970s, white table sugar started to get a bad name. Diabetes was becoming more widespread, and sugar was targeted as the culprit. Public attention was also directed to the word “calories.” Low-calorie diets and foods became household words. Even though a level teaspoon of white sugar contains only 18 calories, consumers started thinking that more sugar “Equal-ed” more waistline.

The capitalists of cane understood the danger to their monopoly. Without scaring millions of dentists, who depend on the predictable effects of sugar for their incomes, the sugar daddies came up with a sneaky replacement. An ingenious process was contrived to make a synthetic liquid sweetener from cheap corn. It is called high fructose corn syrup, or HFCS. From less than three million tons in 1980, commercial production of HFCS jumped to almost 8 million tons in 1995. During that period, consumption of white sugar declined. But the boys who made the dandy candy didn’t care, because the profits from HFCS quadrupled.

Even though the manufacturing process is complicated, HFCS is produced in such gigantic quantities that those who make it can undercut the price of white sugar or honey. Americans consume more HFCS every year, further increasing the worries of bee keepers. Pumped into tanker trucks, liquid sugar is easier to transport and dispense than granular sugar. Food manufacturers like HFCS because as a liquid, it mixes into their vats of chemical concoctions better, and is less expensive than honey.

HFCS has the same sweetness and taste as table sugar. It is extremely common in jams, ketchup, soft drinks, canned fruits and vegetables and processed foods. High fructose corn syrup is a favorite ingredient in many so-called health products. Four giant industrial conglomerates control this $2.6 billion industry.

Consumers trying to cut out (GM) genetically modified foods should beware of HFCS. It is 100 percent made from GM corn and further adulterated with unnatural chemical enzymes. Locating commodities without HFCS may be very difficult. Genetically tampered foods are usually cheaper or the only selections available. Many homemakers cannot afford organic indulgences, but they should know what they are buying.

Nearly every commercial soft drink contains HFCS. And how many kids drink “soda pop” every day? The author speculates that in five more years almost every teen in America might be diabetic. Of course, the not-so-sweet surprise of sugar doesn’t mention that diabetics usually succumb to heart attacks, blindness or amputations of parts of the feet. What a price to pay for a sweet tooth!

The sugar tycoons who control Hershey Foods, Nestle, and General Mills must consider sweet-tooth holidays like Valentine’s Day, Halloween, and Christmas yearly bonanzas. They have played a clever trick. Because HFCS and many fruits contain fructose, shoppers may be fooled into believing corn syrup is healthier than sugar.

The USDA’s Dr. Meira Field has discovered that this is false. She contends that “the medical profession thinks corn syrup is better for diabetics than glucose. Every cell in the body can digest glucose. But all fructose must be transported to the liver to be metabolized. When lab rats are fed high fructose diets, their livers become plugged with fat, which resembles alcoholic cirrhosis disease.”

Bluntly, high fructose corn syrup is concentrated sugar. It flogs the liver and stresses the pancreas. Because it is a main ingredient in tens of thousands of food products, HFCS is a serious problem for diabetics and those with hepatitis. Over time, this concentrated goo may simply burn out the pancreas.

The effects of high fructose are most striking in children. It can cause incidents of violent hyperactivity. Parents should be aware that repeated consumption of common fruit juices can push their son or daughter into becoming diabetic.

HFCS is not the only fake sweetie on the grocery shelf because other companies want to cash in on selling artificial sugar. They have fooled consumers into thinking that sugar look-a-likes, which contain few calories, are better than something from cane stalks. But these sugar substitutes, such as Equal, NutraSweet, saccharin, Splenda, and Sweet’N Low were not created by trees or flowers. It is illogical and problematic to consume strange or unnatural chemicals.

If you still desire a sugar substitute, the author likes Erythritol, which is actually FDA approved, passes into and out of the intestine quickly without chemical side effects, and does not burden the pancreas at all. Diabetics can consume Erythritol without any rise in blood sugar levels. This product is 70% as sweet as sugar, has no metallic taste, and is not expensive. There might be fewer funerals in this world if Erythritol were the only sugar in candies, cookies, chocolates, soft drinks and ice cream.

In conclusion, if you have Aids, don’t eat large amounts of sugar, avoid HFCS and sugar substitutes, and invest in electrons by buying a Thundervolt zapper. Certainly our zapper is less costly and not hazardous* like AZT, also called Zidovudine, azidothymidine, ZDV, or the many other AIDS drugs. Zapping has no chemical side effects and no sugar.*

Seriously consider purchasing a Thundervolt zapper. It may be the best investment you ever make!


*according to those who zap.

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