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- Dr Broer is a biochemist and has written several best selling books on health and nutrition. This is a great 2 minute video...I encourage you to listen to the whole teaching in 3 parts. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZ_TXbFSDbY Professor Lette, a pathologist at Heidelberg University, one of the top research universities in the world, conducted a unique experiment using radioactive isotope tissue labeling. It involved labeling specific foods with radioactive atoms or substances so their movements through the human body could be accurately traced. Professor Lette conducted experiments with "living-cell therapy" to test the theory that the animal tissues humans consume will ultimately migrate to a similar location in the body of its human host. His study showed that radioactively labeled animal tissues from key organs and glands, upon being absorbed by the body, generally migrate to the equivalent position where they belonged biologically in the animal that had been eaten.
Lette's study uncovered patients who had eaten a great deal of bacon from the pig's neck. These patients showed typical fatty folds on the back of their own necks. I know this sounds far-fetched, but this is a research finding from Heidelberg University. https://healthmasters.com/blog/avoid-concealed-dangers-high-fat-luncheon-meat/page/0/3
Google results from Biological therapy volume one number two 1983 by professor Hans-Heinrich Reck https://www.google.com/webhp?hl=en&tab=vw#hl=en&q=biological+therapy+volume+one+number+two+1983+by+professor+Hans-Heinrich+Reckeweg