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(NaturalNews) Millions of people seem too easily satisfied with the regurgitated mantras of assumed consensus (based merely on a bias in favor of perceived authority) to gain assurance that donating plasma on a frequent and long-term basis is without significant detrimental effects.

Most "donors," incentivized by a little extra cash, "donate" on a frequent and regular basis, and many continue for a pittance in spite of becoming aware of complications to their own health. Yet, when the roles of plasma in the body are properly considered, it seems likely that "donors" unknowingly pay dearly for their "benevolence" in terms of their health.

At the surface of this phenomenon is the benevolent idea of saving life (from the donor's perspective). Yet to what extent are "donors" treated as cattle to be "milked" for unfair compensation? For each "donation," a donor may receive around $30 to $60 for what the industry uses to make vastly more money. Those who donate whole blood are encouraged not to do so very often, but those who donate plasma are encouraged to donate up to 90 times per year.

Now let's examine what people are being paid to rob their body of:

Blood and plasma are not synonymous. Plasma is blood minus the red blood cells. Maintaining every water compartment of the body, these plasma constituents bind up virtually everything the body needs to transport. They perform numerous services simultaneously, going from being in the bloodstream to seeping out and forming tiny rivers that flow between the cells to cleanse the tissues, or to being engulfed by the cells to provide for a perfect balance of amino acids for all cellular constructs and cellular reproduction, to even continually replenishing and exchanging the cerebral spinal fluid, and more.

The process of donating plasma is a shock to the system. The reality is that people are stuck with needles, surrendering a significant portion of blood to a series of plastic tubes, centrifugal colanders and blood thinners. Such chemicals may then burden the red blood cells that are returned to the donor's bloodstream.

As if that wasn't bad enough, the original specifications of the albumin plasma proteins are altered so greatly by the process of sterilization and storage in plastic containers that their actual usefulness is highly limited, and the recipient's liver wastes little time trashing them.

Your body is like a sponge matrix of various types of water compartments, and each of these require the universal services of both the blood and lymphatic streams, from one hour to the next, throughout our entire lives. It's obvious that, without optimal levels of the body's own native plasma constituents, the services performed by these streams won't be optimal either. Plasma literally maintains the basic needs of every single part of our body with every beat of our hearts.

So if frequent, regular donors are unknowingly reducing their potential longevity by the tune of months for a relatively puny compensation, wouldn't they like to know before they've lost years?

Given the facts, donating plasma on a regular basis would seem far more costly in terms of the health and longevity for any donor than medical professionals are inclined to share. You can read additional articles on this subject by this author here: NaturalNews.com.

Blood-protein research is a key part of understanding the lymphatic system. Applied Lymphology can take people way past "the evidence based medical colleges of what can't be done, and what 'nobody' knows," and that is precisely why these processes are only taught from natural, alternative healing sources like the Academy of Lymphology....


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About the author:
Prof. Karl West now runs the International Academy of Lymphology founded by his father Dr. C. Samuel West. To learn more about Speed-Healing & Applied Lymphology please visit the IAL website at www.ial.org and please subscribe to 7 FREE Introductory Lessons.

More articles written by Prof. West: https://www.naturalnews.com/Author582.html

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