All Living Things Express an Inborn Intelligence!

Posted in Uncategorized on April 10, 2014 by Dr. John Reizer

By Dr. John L. Reizer

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All living things have very unique abilities to be able to adapt to their ever-changing environments. If you think about this for a moment, you will soon realize how amazing life, on our little planet, really is.

Imagine, in your mind’s eye, an acorn landing in a field of grass. It becomes naturally embedded in the ground. It receives sunlight and rain and within a short period of time, it becomes a tiny sapling. As the years pass, the sapling will grow larger and eventually will mature into a massive, full grown oak tree that will begin to produce and drop its own acorns. The oak tree is able to survive the toughest elements that are featured in each of the changing seasons. It does all of this, on its own, without a brain. How can this be? The answer is that an acorn and an oak tree both contain an inner wisdom, an inborn intelligence, which allows it to grow and survive in its immediate environment. All living things have this inner wisdom that allows life to flourish. In traditional chiropractic, we refer to this inner wisdom as innate intelligence – the inborn wisdom that exists in all living organisms.

As people, we witness examples of innate intelligence on a regular basis. Think about how we eat and digest our food without consciously paying attention to the complex biochemical processes that are involved in accomplishing this task. The human physiology has to break down the food, absorb and assimilate the nutrients, and prepare the leftovers for elimination. We don’t have to sit in a room, after eating a large meal, and attempt to figure out the proper amount of chemicals that are necessary to successfully carryout this very important physiological process.

There are also many other examples of innate intelligence that we can observe on a daily basis. The ability of the human eye to adapt and change its point of focus on a given object, in just a few seconds, so that we are able to perceive the surrounding environment in a very clear and unobstructed manner is accomplished through innate intelligence. We don’t have to consciously think about calculating the different distances for various objects we encounter so that we can see things properly. The body inherently accomplishes this and other amazing feats twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

The human immune system constantly attempts to keep us healthy by making biochemical adjustments, every few seconds, as we encounter regularly changing conditions in both our internal and external environments.

A viral or bacterial microbe that has, temporarily, imposed its will on a living being is no match for the immune system. The inborn intelligence of the body immediately begins to scan the foreign organism for weaknesses and then launches a plan of attack to disable or destroy the offending invader.

In many situations, bacterial and viral microbes are weakened and disabled through heat. The immune system recognizes this fact and begins to create an environment, a fever, which is conducive for returning the body back to a state of proper health. Very often, people make poor healthcare decisions and attempt to interfere with the innate decisions of human physiology. How many individuals do you know that have taken an aspirin, or another drug, in an attempt to lower a fever or to minimize some other annoying symptom? You probably know quite a few folks that have done this – maybe even you!

Just the other day, I was watching television and viewed a drug commercial about a product that was designed to break up mucus in the airway passages. This drug is an expectorant and it works by thinning out the mucus in the chest and other portions of the body. At first glance, this might seem like a good thing. After all, it produces the desired effect (relief) that a person suffering with congestion might want. But if we truly understood how smart the human body was, we would rarely interfere with what it is trying to accomplish.

In the case of thinning out mucus in our body, we have to first understand that the inborn intelligence in a human being has a good reason for doing the things it does. The body doesn’t create thick amounts of copious mucus just for the hell of it. In many situations, the body wants to conceal an active infection or sequester it from other body areas so that it won’t spread and do additional damage. After the immune system successfully destroys the threatening infection, it will reduce the thick mucus in the chest and allow the remnants to be coughed up and expelled. Keep in mind, this is allowed only after the infection has been neutralized.

The problem with taking the expectorant is that the product interferes with the immune system and allows the consolidated and sequestered infection to be released through the entire body while it is still active and dangerous. This is not a good thing even though it might temporarily give the person some minor relief from the annoying symptoms associated with congestion and an unproductive cough.

Most symptoms, associated with colds/influenza, and signs of disease are nothing more than intelligent attempts by the immune system to rid the body of harmful invaders. Unfortunately, the educated minds of most people, in society, have been programmed with misinformation when it comes to understanding issues regarding health and wellbeing. A lot of our understanding about health and disease has come directly from giant petrochemical corporations (drug companies) that have a vested interest in keeping you and I sick throughout our entire lives. The products that these companies produce do not cure people from disease. Instead, the products block, in a number of ways, the attempts of the immune system to fight off and cure problems that are challenging our overall health.

Millions of Americans are walking around the planet with a condition known as hypertension (elevated blood pressure). If you ask the average person about hypertension, they’ll explain to you that high blood pressure is a disease process. They will tell you this because this is what they have been taught by pharmaceutical companies and doctors that have been taught the same nonsense. This misinformation is repeatedly taught at medical schools, which utilize textbooks that have been written by scientists and employees that work for pharmaceutical companies. We are a society filled with repeaters. We keep repeating the same things over and over again without any understanding of what we are repeating!

Hypertension is not a disease! It is a physiological adaptive process which forces blood to reach areas of the body that are not getting adequate blood supplies. The inborn intelligence of the body automatically elevates blood pressure so that people won’t die from a stroke or a heart attack. Strokes and heart attacks are caused from an inadequate amount of blood to the brain or heart. They are not caused from blood pressure being too high. Very often, strokes and heart attacks will occur because the amount of blood, going to the heart and brain, is insufficient despite the body’s attempts to raise blood pressure.

The common protocol to treat patients suffering with hypertension is to place the individuals on medications that will prevent the body’s inborn intelligence from raising blood pressure. The drugs actually interfere with the nervous system (they disrupt communication between the brain and other portions of the body) so that the blood pressure cannot be elevated even though it really needs to be raised in order to get a sufficient amount of blood to vital organs and body tissues.

Years ago, a “normal” systolic blood pressure reading was widely accepted by the medical community as being 100 + your age. In other words, if you were 75 years old you should have had a systolic blood pressure reading of 175. If you were 40 years old you should have had a systolic blood pressure reading of 140. Systolic blood pressure is a measurement of the blood pressure when the heart is beating. The other measurement, the bottom number, is known as diastolic blood pressure and is a measurement of the blood pressure when the heart is relaxed. Under the old system, a person that was 80 years old would be considered to have a “normal” blood pressure if they produced a reading of 180/80. By today’s standards, the same individual would be classified as hypertensive and be prescribed anti-hypertensive medications.

Most medical organizations today agree that a “normal” blood pressure reading should be at 115/75. Anything above this level would be classified as hypertension. How convenient this change, in calculating a “normal” blood pressure, has been for the petrochemical corporations. Their profits originating from selling anti-hypertensive medicines have skyrocketed while people’s blood pressures have plummeted along with their health.

In all likelihood, the official organizations that conducted the so called “scientific studies” that led to the change in how “normal” blood pressures are calculated were, most likely, heavily influenced by the petrochemical corporations. By lowering “normal blood pressure values” it instantly placed millions of people into a hypertensive category and suggested they be placed on anti-hypertensive medications for the rest of their lives.

The important point that I want my readers to understand is that all living human beings have an inborn (innate) intelligence that constantly strives to keep them alive and well. This intelligence never sleeps, never take a day off from the job, and will be with them for as long as they are alive.

Your own innate intelligence always knows what’s best for your body, at any particular time of the day, and it is always operating through the very important pathway that keeps you healthy – the human nervous system!

My Final Post: Thanks for Reading!

Posted in Uncategorized on February 20, 2014 by Dr. John Reizer

By Dr. John L. Reizer

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In February of 2012 I created  It’s been a passion of mine over the past 2 years to write articles about many controversial subjects that I believed were important for people to read. I have enjoyed the experience, and I have also enjoyed interacting with readers. I’d like to take this time to thank everybody that has been following along and especially those readers that have contributed comments to the various articles that I have published here.

Life is peculiar. Sometimes you have a tremendous passion about something and then for some unexplainable reason the passion is no longer there. I hope the articles I have written in this forum have helped some to see certain things from a different perspective.

Best wishes,

Dr. John Reizer


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The British Medical Journal: Mammograms are Useless and Harmful!

Posted in Health, Uncategorized with tags , , on February 12, 2014 by Dr. John Reizer

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A new study that was recently published in The British Medical Journal shows that there is absolutely no medical benefit whatsoever for women between the ages of 41-59 considering mammography for the routine screening of breast cancers. According to the published study that was conducted over a 25 year period of time and included 90,000 women, mammograms are not reliable for detecting breast cancers and they can cause many women to be misdiagnosed. The misdiagnosed women patients are then subjected to unnecessary treatments that are extremely dangerous.

An article that was published in the February 12, 2014 edition of the New York Times discussed the finer points of the British study. The research performed and released in the mainstream media has created even more doubt, in the minds of women throughout America, about this very controversial modality.

For many years healthcare researchers have publicly aired their concerns about the risks associated with breast cancer screenings.

The release of this report will likely be a bitter pill for many in the medical community to swallow. Mammography is a cash cow and not something that traditional medicine and the petrochemical industry want perceived in a negative light. Like other questionable medical modalities that have come under public scrutiny, there will be a lot of damage control offered up by the traditional Medical Establishment in response to this research. You can count on an onslaught of strategic attacks that will be launched at the study. You can be sure that many medical experts will come out and tell the gullible public that the study has inherent flaws and that the research should not be trusted.

The British study demonstrates that some research being performed is truthful and not compromised by Big Pharma. It is quite refreshing to see that a study of this magnitude was able to see the light of day.

What do you think about this subject?

Expression or Suppression: What Does Traditional Healthcare Really Offer Society?

Posted in Health with tags , , , on February 9, 2014 by Dr. John Reizer

By Dr. John L. Reizer

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One very hot topic that continues to be debated in the mainstream and alternative news is Obamacare. For most Americans it is an important goal to be able to secure affordable health insurance for family members. Serious health problems requiring a stay in a hospital for a few days or longer can create financial havoc for lots of people. Everything that a family has managed to save over the course of their lives can be wiped out from a single trip to an emergency room followed by a need for extended medical services.

While I believe it is important to secure adequate protection against potentially devastating medical bills through the acquisition of health insurance, I also believe it is important for healthcare consumers to understand what traditional healthcare objectives really offer members of society. In addition, it is important for people to become cognizant of what health insurance products allow healthcare consumers to have access to in the way of traditional healthcare services.

When we write about traditional healthcare services it is important to understand that the large majority of said services fall under the category of “suppression” based therapies. In other words, the therapies/treatments are designed to suppress the natural healing tendencies that are innately attached to human physiological systems. For example, a patient that has high blood pressure is commonly given a drug that blocks a portion of the nervous system that increases blood pressure in the individual. Regardless of whether or not the increase in blood pressure is physiologically beneficial to the patient (and in many cases the increase in blood pressure is very beneficial to the body as it prevents the person from having a loss of vital blood flow to important organs, tissues, and cells) the suppression based therapy is always administered to achieve the desired result, a lowered blood pressure reading. Millions of people are walking the streets of many communities with artificially suppressed blood pressure readings due to their consumption of medicines that suppress the human nervous system. Artificially manufactured lowered blood pressure readings in patients do not make them healthier. The suppression of human physiology is dangerous and not a pathway to better health.

Another example of a suppression based therapy is the common practice of fever reduction. Traditional medicine offers healthcare consumers drugs that artificially eliminate fever in patients. The ability of the body to successfully destroy bacteria and viruses naturally is accomplished through its ability to create fever. Billions of dollars are earned annually by pharmaceutical companies that own patents attached to fever reducing drugs. Although the suppression of fever in human physiology is admired and thought beneficial by most laypersons, it is, in actuality, a process that allows a viral or bacterial microbe to thrive. It is a process that creates an impediment to the natural healing tendencies of the human immune system.

While it is true that traditional medical services can help save a person’s life in an emergency situation, it is also true that the same medical objectives can harm people and make them less healthy when the medical services being applied are being done so to manage patients over extended periods of time.

Many alternative healthcare professions are more successful in keeping people healthy than traditional medicine because the practice objectives of these professions are based on expression based therapies. Expression based therapies are designed to remove interferences within human beings that preclude the body physiology from functioning properly. In the end, expression based therapies allow a better expression of human physiology which improves the overall health of human beings. Unfortunately, most of these professions and their practice objectives are not covered services within the construct of many health insurance plans.

What do you think about this subject?

2014: The End of Fiat Currencies Worldwide?

Posted in Economy, Uncategorized with tags , , on January 26, 2014 by Dr. John Reizer

By Dr. John L. Reizer

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There is literally too much to write about concerning global happenings taking place on our little, blue planet. The different subjects that regularly affect our lives on a daily basis are so diverse in appearance; it is often quite difficult for most individuals to make sense out of everything taking place. The mainstream media’s (MSM) delivery of news and world events is intentionally presented in such a way in order to obfuscate the interconnectedness of everything currently taking place. They do not want people to see the bigger picture.

There are so called experts attempting to make sense out of every genre that contributes to the fabric of human, perceived reality. Whether it is science, religion, healthcare, economics, politics, war, or terrorism, people are writing and speaking about important subjects without connecting the dots. While everything happening in the world appears to the masses as being unrelated and isolated events, the reality of the situation is that the really big news events regularly being reported on by the MSM are directly related. By studying world events and comprehending the interconnectedness of world happenings, it becomes very easy to predict what will happen in various genres/subjects that concern human beings.

Within the next few weeks or months, I believe we will witness an historic meltdown in the world’s financial markets and global economy. This is a byproduct of the endgame of many fiat currencies that can no longer function the way they were designed to. What can we expect? I think we can expect a large drop in the financial markets all over the world. I think we can expect a surge in precious metal prices like never before. What is about to occur in 2014 will probably make the 2008 financial meltdown look insignificant.

Readers might think I am out of my mind or even crazy for making a prediction like this one. Maybe my prediction will not come true? I hope I am wrong about all of this. Based on what I have read and what I am observing in the MSM, I had to write this post before this event begins to unfold.

What do you think about this subject?

Do Your Credit Cards Broadcast Your Personal Information to Others?

Posted in Economy with tags , , on January 25, 2014 by Dr. John Reizer

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If you’re like a lot of people, you have probably thought about the risks of identity and credit card theft. Someone can steal your personal information, set up bogus accounts in your name and begin spending your hard earned money. Once your identity has been compromised by a clever thief, you’re left with the arduous tasks of trying to repair your credit and trying to stop future credit and identity problems.

I have had numerous patients, through the years, come into my professional office and tell me that their credit card information had been compromised at a convenience store, gas station, grocery stand, or at an ATM machine. In most situations the individuals never knew that any type of theft had even occurred.

As technology continues to become more complex, the types of crimes continue to become equally complex. Recently, I came across an interesting story that discussed how newer credit cards are capable of broadcasting a radio frequency to merchants that are collecting payments from consumers. Although this is probably a very convenient way to pay for items you are purchasing, it also opens the door for identity thieves to steal your credit card numbers and other important information without you even knowing that your information has been compromised.

Take a look at the video attached to this link. I am interested to know what my readers think about this subject.

What do you have to say about identity theft?

Smartphones: It’s Only a Matter of Time

Posted in Economy, Uncategorized with tags , , , on January 9, 2014 by Dr. John Reizer

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Did you ever wonder why smart phones or similar electronic devices are not susceptible to computer viruses? Why are laptops and PC’s always targets for computer viruses and your smartphone, which connects to the Internet, is off limits to these malicious programs?

The truth be told, any device that connects to the Internet could be fair game for computer viruses. The people and corporate entities that are profiting from viral programs have not yet focused their creative talents on smartphones and tablets.

It’s only a matter of time, however, before viruses will be written and antiviral products will be produced for the increasingly used smartphones and tablets. It will only be a matter of time before people happily pay for antiviral protective services that will be offered by the telecommunication companies that supply their services.

Remember this article. I am telling you, it is only a matter of time!


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