IRIDOLOGY AND NUTRITION
The Genomic Diet 21st chapter: Iridology and nutrition
The background color of the iris is genetically determined by more than one gene in humans. There are three known genes:
• EYCL1 green/blue
• EYCL2 brown
• EYCL3 brown/blue
The shades and colors depend on the variations. It also depends on the single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs).
The OCA2 gene produces the protein that determines the color of eyes, hair, and skin.
The OCA2 produces a protein that makes eyes dark, but in the case of SNP, it’s is inhibited and gives light eyes instead.
With the mutation of dl gene, it gives way to albinism where the melanin is not present and the eyes appear red due to the sight of blood vessels.
Micrcosemeiotica ophthalmic nutrition
Micrcosemeiotica ophthalmic nutrition is the specialization of the classical iridology. It highlights the hereditary food establishment, familial status, and bio-energy of the person.
A survey of from Nutritional Iridology states that it “will be very useful for the operator to understand the history of both a person’s personal food intake and then compare it with all the other concepts. The nutritionist should increase the reliability of the method.”
Micrcosemeiotica ophthalmic nutrition is a science that is based on statistical data such as colors and signs related to various food-related diseases.
It indicates nutritional imbalances that can be verified with other methods of holistic or medical diagnosis.
Iridology finds signs that show the status of the person at the level of organic potential.
With iridology, we can also understand the nutritional needs of a person, his intestinal, hepatic, and pancreatic situation, the presence of toxins, catarrh, and the state of acid/base balance.
According to Deck, the constitutions of iridology are:
• Below we can find in the constitutions of the subtypes.
• The regulatory genes determine diathesis 5:
• Uric Acid
Thanks to these classifications, through ophthalmic Micrcosemeiotica, we can discover nutritional diseases or predispositions for future diseases.
Now, let’s consider an example of iris hematogenous.
An iris is hematogenous if it’s dark brown in color as well as classifiable to the naked eye.
It is very difficult to interpret an iris even with a good iridoscope. Magnification and good lighting are a must.
Many times, these irises are so dark and compact that they’re called the outline of the iris.
The iris hematogenous, statistically, predisposes a person to liver fatigue.
The iris hematogenous may also have thyroid problems.
In diathesis colestrinica, for example, we’ll find a milky ring on the ciliary margin of the iris.
This ring is called a gerontoxon. When it’s completed, it’s deposited and located in the cornea, not the iris.
It’s predisposition has yet to be genetically determined due to the rate of endogenous cholesterol and therefore can’t be locked from the diet. In fact, this ring can also be found in vegetarians who do not consume animal foods.
Conventional medicine attaches gerontoxon to a predisposition on arteriosclerosis.
The gerontoxon, can also have a psychological meaning.
This very obvious sign can be seen with the naked eye. It expresses the character of the person predisposed to the study.
Research shows that the person leads an intense spiritual life and dedicates himself to meditation.
Prahlad Jani, better known as Mataji, is an Indian who has not eaten nor drank for more than 70 years thanks to meditation.
Jani, as seen from pictures and TV, has a visible gerontoxon. The gerontoxon is also found in people who have or are predisposed to cancer.
The irises clearly range from blue to blue-gray and are called lymph.
People with light eyes should not have an acidic diet (see chapter PRAL) and avoid foods high in sugar content because they are prone to gastric ulcers, rheumatic problems, water retention, accumulation of cellulite and arthritis.
The stains and pigments that we see on the surface of the iris are not genetic in origin.
In exudative diathesis, we can find tophi which are clusters of whitish-like snowflakes arranged in a circular fashion at the periphery of the iris. In this case, there’s lymphatic stagnation.
In the diathesis of uric acid, deposits have a greyish or brownish color instead and they predispose a person to arthritis, gout, rheumatism, and kidney stones.
The diathesis discrepancy is characterized by toxin overload. These can be found at the expense of lymph, blood, tissue and connective tissue.
It’s visible through an iridoscope and to the naked eye. It is easy to see brown spots more than lighter ones and they are more or less present in one or more regions.
These spots, or psore, show a predisposition to liver, bile duct, or pancreatic problems.
We can find other pigments such as lipochromes that are deep red in color. In this, case the individual might have or develop liver or pancreatic dysfunction.
Yellow spots, or uroseina, are indicative of carotenoids accumulation, sore digestion, or excessive intake of eggs.
These are just some examples of the signs that can be found in the iris. It shows us problems with a person’s food intake.
It will take an iridologist to give the right interpretation of the signs.
Iridology is considered traditional medicine, devoid of any diagnostic value and its reliability has been much discussed.
Russian and English studies
The iris does not change in the course of life leaves indelible marks like fingerprints do, and this belief has led to mistakes with a considerable outlay.
Both the Russians both the British did not take into account the evolution and changes of the iris.
The Russian army, which has the largest case series of irises, had developed a system of recognition of signs in the iris. But after a short time, the system did not work anymore because the irises were no longer recognized.
Despite the study’s defeat, the British did the same mistake by building a system that recognizes the irises of people using the IRIS project (IrisRecognition Immigration System). It cost £9 million and was installed in UK airports.
This project started in 2004.
People, after having been previously observed, were subjected to a control of the iris every two years.
Last 2012, with the declaration of Lucy Moreton, deputy secretary general of the Immigration Service Union, it was discovered that the scanner gave false alarms and one in ten people were wrongly rejected in the control.
This experiment was carried out on 385,000 people. It showed that, as had happened in Russia, the iris of a person is not static but it constantly changes.
These are due to changes in physical and chemical properties that could be traced back to a state of diversity in the body.
Thus, iridology provides a functional and nutritional credibility.