Dandruff 12 August 2009
A study published in the November 2007 edition of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has confirmed that dandruff and seborrhoeic dermatitis are caused by an infection with the M.globosa fungus. The researchers found that M.globosa causes these skin conditions by producing 8 enzymes which break down sebum to form oleic acid. They believe that their “ability to crack the genetic code of the fungus could lead to effective treatment.”
The message of these conclusions are based on the Louis Pasteur germ theory that disease is all about the microbe and nothing to do with the environment- hence the continued research to find something to “kill the bug.” However, fungus cannot survive or develop in an alkaline environment. If the blood and skin of the body is maintained at its appropriate alkaline design then there will be no fungus to have to study or to kill. The alkaline design of the body can be maintained by the consumption of predominantly alkaline foods, drinking alkaline water, reducing stress/negative emotions and the use of alkaline skin/hair products (which are available at my clinic).