Episode #166 – Terrain Theory of Healing and The Cell Danger Response with Hampton Young


, Episode #166 – Terrain Theory of Healing and The Cell Danger Response with Hampton YoungIn This Episode:

  • Top strategies to help those who are stuck in the cell danger response state. If that’s you, let’s move forward and switch to a cell-healing state.   
  • What’s the big difference between germ theory and terrain theory? One leads to a more clear approach YOU can take to deal with the cause of diseases.
  • What are the key elements that define the body’s overall resilience? What helps it adapt to stressors and deal with external threats? We unveil those secrets.
  • How “pleomorphism” affects ever-adapting microbes and the metabolic support you need to stay one step ahead to protect your terrains. 
  • Move from a “vicious cycle” to a cell-healing cycle by following THESE tips.
  • Mitochondria’s major role beyond feeding us as a source of energy, and how it supports pro-oxidation.
  • Marvel at the fascinating role of microorganisms especially in the face of decaying matter.

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Episode Intro

Just like any structure, a solid foundation is key to ensuring that things stay together and the structure doesn’t easily fall apart when exposed to external threats. For the human body, a solid foundation equates to a balanced internal structure. In this episode, Dr. Jockers is joined by Hampton Young to talk about the terrains within the human body.

Find out how the terrain theory is proving to be such an important breakthrough in terms of getting to the roots of diseases that humans are exposed to. They also talk about cell danger response, its triggering factors, and why it’s essential to switch from this state to the cell healing state. Understand the simple process of achieving healthy terrain and a healthy body with just the right mindset.

“Diseases aren’t really specific to bacteria but a by-product of terrain imbalance.”

– Hampton Young



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