From: trigonometry1972 on
On Jun 21, 11:05 pm, "Peter B." <.@.> wrote:
> <trigonometry1...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:8c172944-45ac-406f-8298-1e5e5be576c0(a)y18g2000prn.googlegroups.com...
> On Jun 20, 7:48 pm, dr_jeff <u...(a)msu.edu> wrote:
>
> > Just what are we supposed to do with this little bit of information?
>
> And I'll add vitamin D isn't the only player nutrient wise
> relevant to immunity and innate immunity. Both vitamins
> C and A have effects. The following abstract
> indicates the vitamin A is relevant to immunity.
> =============================================
> Do you have any clue as to what innate immunity means? What it connotates?
>
> Have you a clue what "the innate immune system of humans" is?
>
> Do you assume that because something is orange that it is full of vitamin C
> and is edible too?

Why should I explain it to you? You'd only sneer back or pose
more questions based in full hostility at best?
So where is the upside for me? Are you linebacking
for dr_jeff?

Nonetheless, I'll consider generating a brief account of some of what
is
known on the topic and posting such to some other group or forum
if I get to it. I don't perceive any benefit for posting such a thing
to this newsgroup. Show me an actual reasoned discussion on the MHA?
Not many here are there?

Have ever read a book on the innate immune system?

Or perhaps you "want" me to respond with one or two paragraphs
length description on the innate immune system such that you
sneer once again? Or you could do a web search?

going from here to there and back again......Trig
From: Peter B. on

<trigonometry1972(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
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On Jun 21, 11:05 pm, "Peter B." <.@.> wrote:
> <trigonometry1...(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:8c172944-45ac-406f-8298-1e5e5be576c0(a)y18g2000prn.googlegroups.com...
> On Jun 20, 7:48 pm, dr_jeff <u...(a)msu.edu> wrote:
>
> > Just what are we supposed to do with this little bit of information?
>
> And I'll add vitamin D isn't the only player nutrient wise
> relevant to immunity and innate immunity. Both vitamins
> C and A have effects. The following abstract
> indicates the vitamin A is relevant to immunity.
> =============================================
> Do you have any clue as to what innate immunity means? What it connotates?
>
> Have you a clue what "the innate immune system of humans" is?
>
> Do you assume that because something is orange that it is full of vitamin
> C
> and is edible too?

Why should I explain it to you? You'd only sneer back or pose
more questions based in full hostility at best?
So where is the upside for me? Are you linebacking
for dr_jeff?

Nonetheless, I'll consider generating a brief account of some of what
is
known on the topic and posting such to some other group or forum
if I get to it. I don't perceive any benefit for posting such a thing
to this newsgroup. Show me an actual reasoned discussion on the MHA?
Not many here are there?

Have ever read a book on the innate immune system?

Or perhaps you "want" me to respond with one or two paragraphs
length description on the innate immune system such that you
sneer once again? Or you could do a web search?

going from here to there and back again......Trig
============================================
I simply do not unerstand how you can be so offbase when you are asked
simple questions, nor how you make these incredible leaps of logic. I have
in the past attempted to simplify things in attempts to clarify them in such
a way that you can understand. I have failed every attempt, you were never
able to grasp anything outside of your agendized thinking. This isn't rocket
science Trig.

I'll make one last attempt at simplifying for you.

The main question was taken from the post, the point at which you made an
incredible leap of logic.

This is the quote in question, copied from above, "the innate immune system
of humans". My question was, "Have you a clue what "" is?

Innate, most likely you aren't familiar with that word so here is the
definition out of the Websters Dictionary.

Quote:Main Entry: in�nate
Pronunciation: \i-'nat, 'i-?\
Function: adjective
Date: 15th century
1 : existing in, belonging to, or determined by factors present in an
individual from birth : native, inborn <innate behavior>
2 : belonging to the essential nature of something : inherent End Quote.

I sincerely hope you can grasp the definitions and how they apply themselves
here.

Obviously by stating "the innate immune system of humans" the author meant
that it was inherent in our bodies, was inborn or present from the time of
conception on, and purely native to the body, meaning no outside needs of
these things were needed. Coincidently I just posted another link to why and
how vitamins and minerals can be destructive to our bodies. It wasn't
because of this post that I used it, but it is certainly appropo.

Vitamin D is amongst the most destructive vitamins along with E. One does
not play fast and loose games with these vitamins, s concept which you have
yet to grasp. I am not saying you HAVE to give them up, but I am saying that
you HAVE to understand the inherent dangers.

You stated, "And I'll add vitamin D isn't the only player nutrient wise
relevant to immunity and innate immunity. Both vitamins C and A have
effects. The following abstract indicates the vitamin A is relevant to
immunity."

What you said was untrue and then you jumped to things other than the
"innate immune system of humans".

There, you see? No huge paper was needed, no long discertation, my only hope
is that this is simple enough for you to grasp.


From: carole on
On Jun 21, 12:48 pm, dr_jeff <u...(a)msu.edu> wrote:
> Just what are we supposed to do with this little bit of information?

The little snippet shows that the body can fight off fungi attack,
generally speaking.
Yet in some instances the fungi do get the upper hand - in the case of
athletes for for instance. I once knew a woman who had some sort of
fungi growing on the inside of her mouth. At that stage I hadn't
worked out that it is possible to get rid of athletes foot with
cellsalts (taken orally of course). A combination of sodium (bicarb),
potassium (cream of tartar) and calcium (carbonate) tablets, in the
right proportions, kills athletes foot, and I would say every type of
fungus a person has in or on their bodies.
Actually inside the mouth is outside the body, as the mouth to the
other end is classified as outside the body by some.

Some people are more susceptible to fungi attack than others, and it
would no doubt depend on the level of deficiency of these
aforementioned minerals that would be the difference.
they say we get enough in our diets, but they don't always get it
right, especially if they have pharmaceutical affiliations.

carole
www.conspiracee.com

From: Peter B. on
"carole" <hubbca2003(a)yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
news:b8053fd1-3cdf-4175-abb8-3cce864ee9f8(a)x21g2000yqa.googlegroups.com...
On Jun 21, 12:48 pm, dr_jeff <u...(a)msu.edu> wrote:
> Just what are we supposed to do with this little bit of information?

The little snippet shows that the body can fight off fungi attack,
generally speaking.
Yet in some instances the fungi do get the upper hand - in the case of
athletes for for instance. I once knew a woman who had some sort of
fungi growing on the inside of her mouth. At that stage I hadn't
worked out that it is possible to get rid of athletes foot with
cellsalts (taken orally of course). A combination of sodium (bicarb),
potassium (cream of tartar) and calcium (carbonate) tablets, in the
right proportions, kills athletes foot, and I would say every type of
fungus a person has in or on their bodies.
Actually inside the mouth is outside the body, as the mouth to the
other end is classified as outside the body by some.

Some people are more susceptible to fungi attack than others, and it
would no doubt depend on the level of deficiency of these
aforementioned minerals that would be the difference.
they say we get enough in our diets, but they don't always get it
right, especially if they have pharmaceutical affiliations.

carole
===================================
The woman you know probably had a yeast infection contracted orally. Did you
have one at the time?