Prototheca and Warts?

Grown from the inside out…Wow

PDF – Human Protothecosis

As I understand warts they are something separate from you. They are something that is living within the topsoil of your skin. Often times it is in places where your body has much larger concentrations of abnormal proteins(amyloid & prion) that form a lichen(lichen planus/lichen sclerosus). That lichen then is what is host to that wart. It is a symbiotic relationship between two different life forms that are living on and in the upper layers of your skin. It’s basically a parasite living within a larger parasite that is living on you saprophytically.

You are the host to the lichen and the lichen is the host to the wart.
Because the skin has such a rapid rate of turnover if you incorporate the right produce into your diet and remove mammalian proteins, most of the stuff that grows on our surface will fade away.

It pretty much becomes a permanent part of the external terrain. It’s extremely hearty and it’s algal component is non-chlorogenic so it doesn’t show up as green but translucent.

Prototheca species are generally considered to be achlorophyllic algae and are ubiquitous(EVERYWHERE) in nature.

The occurrence of protothecosis can be local or disseminated and acute or chronic, with the latter being more common. Diseases have been classified as cutaneous lesions, olecranon bursitis, or disseminated or systemic manifestations.

Because of it’s translucency and ubiquity I have a feeling it may be one of the primary causes of many of our disfigurement, poor posture and kinetics.

PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS[[Ever wonder why we get stiffer as we get older? Ever wonder why skin on the palmar surfaces of the body crack when dried out? Ever wonder why lips chap and crack? Cause the prototheca on the surface dries out and cracks…8)]]

I have a feeling this will be the common understanding in years to come. That Chap-Stick and lip gloss have likely been covering up the reality of this achlorophyllic human algae.

Also…The achloric Prototheca species are heterotrophic and require external sources of organic carbon and nitrogen. Their life cycle is similar to that of algae from the genus Chlorella.

Our breath…When we exhale quite literally makes the perfect food for this human algae which is often found all throughout our respiratory system.

Makes me really wonder if this in it’s many different species isn’t a major factor in what we call cancer.

Carbon dioxide is indeed strictly speaking organic, as it is a compound containing carbon. Your claim that it doesn’t naturally occur in living organisms is not correct. For instance, it is the product of breathing.

Prototheca species assimilate glucose, fructose, and galactose; disaccharides are not metabolized. All species require thiamine and oxygen for growth, but light does not promote growth.

Onychomycosis is a fairly common condition seen in a dermatology clinics. Dermatophytes Trichophyton and Epidermophyton are the known filamentous fungi implicated. The yeast-like fungi such as Candida less commonly cause Onychomycosis. The genus Prototheca may on preliminary observation resemble yeast-like fungi but a detailed microscopy will reveal the absence of budding and presence of endospores. Onychoprotothecosis is an uncommon presentation of human protothecosis. Of the two Prototheca species (Prototheca zopfii and Prototheca wickerhamii) known to cause the disease, P. wickerhamii has been reported more commonly. ~source