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AN OVERVEIW OF TODAYS SECRET TO MAINTANING GOOD HEALTH IN AN ALTERED ENVIRONMENT
By Alfred J. Plechner, D.V.M.

Good health, in this day and age, comes from a balance of active cortisol and active estrogen and their effect on not only the pituitary, and thyroid glands but also on the immune system.

If there is a change in this ratio between active cortisol and active estrogen, then serious diseases may follow.

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The balance of good health comes from a proper balance of active cortisol from the middle layer of the adrenal cortex and the estrogen that is produced from the inner layer adrenal cortex.

When these two hormones are in a proper balance both the hormone producing system and the immune system regulate the effects of good health.
When an imbalance occurs, the immune system may not protect the body with their functions and can lose recognition of self tissue allowing for destruction of the host.

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An article from the University of Tennessee signals that my esteem fellow professionals are finally beginning to understand what this old Vet’s been saying for many years now. They are beginning to realize the dangers of excessive adrenal estrogen. They are close, but alas…no cigar.

It seems they are attempting to reduce the production of adrenal estrogen by using various chemicals to affect it’s source, the adrenal gland. This approach at least shows someone’s been listening to some of what this Animal Doctor’s been saying for quite some time.

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By Alfred J. Plechner, D.V.M.

AN OVERVEIW OF TODAYS SECRET TO MAINTANING GOOD HEALTH IN AN AFFECTED ENVIRONMENT

Good health in this day and age comes from a balance of active cortisol and active estrogen and their effect on not only the pituitary, thyroid glands but also on the immune system.

If there is a change in this ratio between active cortisol and active estrogen, then serious diseases may follow.

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This disease occurs due to the development of an imbalance in naturally produced active cortisol from the middle layer adrenal cortex.

This leads to an elevated total estrogen, produced from the inner layer adrenal cortex, which deregulates both the B and T lymphocytes. With this syndrome, what I have found, is that when the deregulation occurs, the T cell will not protect the animal or human from viruses. The B cell is also deregulated and will not produce protective antibodies even in the face of vaccination. What really is the point of vaccination without knowing if the patient’s immune system can respond favorably to a vaccine?

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