What is Obesity? An Intuitive Healer’s Perspective

Welcome to my mini-series about “How to Heal the Top 12 Diseases of Mankind”. Obesity affects almost 2 billion people worldwide! Obesity is increasing so fast, especially in children, that experts predict by 2035 there will be over 4 billion people with it, unless we reverse the trend.


  1. What is Obesity? What Causes Obesity? 
  2. Obesity, Glyphosate, and Your Microbiome. Obesity has risen exponentially since the introduction of Glyphosate and other farming chemicals.
  3. Obesity, Parasites, and the Gut Microbiome. A gut imbalance of bacteria, single-celled protozoans, and parasitic worms is endemic in Obese individuals.
  4. To Stem Obesity, Remove these Foods From Your Diet 
  5. What Industries Feed Obesity? They all do!
  6. To Heal Obesity Forever, Do This: 
  7. David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD, endocrinologist, professor at Harvard Medical School Presents A New Viewpoint on Healing Obesity 
  8. Obesity, an Intuitive Viewpoint 
  9. Obesity Protocol for Success 

1. What is Obesity? 

Obesity is a metabolic disease defined as excessive fat accumulation in the body. It is usually measured as weight-vs-height, or BMI Body Mass Index over 30. Obesity is common in people that have diabetes, cancer, and other metabolic diseases. These diseases fester from hard-to-break habits of addiction, and poor health.

What Causes Obesity?

Major causes are low-nutrient foods, addiction, fast foods high in sugars and carbs, low-quality fats, especially gut microbiome imbalance. Sugar and simple carb addiction is a big part of obesity, as these are found in many prepared foods. Powerful marketing forces introduce toxic substances into our foods, and influence our better judgment. Somehow these became “normal” and accepted in our lives.

Emotional eating may be a factor caused by psychological boredom, loneliness, anxiety, or depression. These are all common in modern society, and can all lead to unconscious consumption of empty foods.

Biofilm and gut microbiome imbalance is a central factor to obesity. Especially pathogenic biofilm growth in periodontal gum tissue is also associated with obesity. Obesity thrives on sugar, carbs, low fiber, addictive foods, accumulated toxins, vegetable oils, junk food, and lack of moment.

2. Obesity, Glyphosate, and Your Microbiome

In the graph above, note the huge increase in Obesity since 1979, which is almost exactly parallel to the increase in glyphosate. What’s going on?  Glyphosate entered our food supply during the 1980’s. At that time, diseases like Autism, Alzheimer’s, and Obesity were low on the radar. But year by year, they have increased exponentially, as we continue to use the chemical Glyphosate, which is part of the herbicide concoction RoundUp by Monsanto-Bayer. How could one chemical cause Obesity and other diseases? It is because it destroys our immune system, digestive system, and even our mood. Glyphosate is literally a depressant which destroys our endocrine producing hormones that regulate emotions.”

Exposure to pesticides is associated with obesity and diabetes in humans and experimental models mainly due to microbiome imbalance and endocrine disruptors. Our first contact with environmental pesticides occurs even before birth, during gestation and lactation. Further exposure can damage central and peripheral tissues. It effectively programs us for health disorders in early, mid, and later in life.

To heal the microbiome and detox the body, you will need a Detox specialist.

3. Obesity, Parasites, and the Gut Microbiome

Studies demonstrate that certain mixes of gut microbiota may protect or predispose an individual to obesity.

How does that happen? We are inhabited by microbes, bacteria, microbes of all kinds. From the moment we are born, microbes grow and spread within us. Some of these are good for us, we evolved with them, so maintaining this relationship is essential for survival. Some bacteria in the gut help us to digest our food.

However, there are bad critters too, and these can interrupt our digestive system, cause digestive problems such as IBS, Chrone’s disease, and Obesity. The good and bad bacteria are in a constant “balance” with each other to live out their lives and either co-exist in harmony, or take control of our bodies.

If bad bacteria take over, we suffer huge health problems, including obesity.

What are the most common microbes in Obesity?
A recent study indicates A. lumbricoides is the most common intestinal helminth (parasitic worm) in the gut. Of intestinal protozoa (single-celled parasite), E. coli is the most prevalent i infection. One study found intestinal protozoa infection of Entamoeba coli (E. coli) was associated with a higher percentage of body fat and food intake.

To heal the microbiome and detox the body, you will need to consult a Detox specialist. I recommend starting with a parasite cleanse such as Ivermectin, MMS, or Fenbendazole. 

Ascaris Lumbricoides Parasitic Worm Common in Obesity

4. To Stem Obesity, Remove These Foods from Your Life:
Make a radical diet, lifestyle change, but do it at your own pace. 

  • Eliminate Pesticides and Herbicides from your diet, as these are destroying the gut microbiome.
  • Forget Inflammatory Foods like Breads, Cake, Cupcakes, Crackers, Chips, Noodles, Granola bars, Salad dressings, Sauces, Snack foods, Protein bars.
  • Skip all packaged Fast Food and Processed Foods.
  • Eliminate Sugars: Refined sugar, cane sugar, maple syrup, coconut sugar, agave,
  • Forget Refined Grains: wheat, rice, corn, and other grains are high in carbohydrates
  • Vegetable Oils, also called seed oils such as Canola, Soy, Corn, Cottonseed, Vegetable oils cause inflammation.
  • Avoid fluoride and fluoridated water. Drink pure filtered water 2 1/2 its daily.
  • Avoid anything that contains Glyphosate, Pesticides, Herbicides, or Farming Chemicals
  • Avoid food preservatives and additives like maltodextrin, flavorings, monosodium glutamate, sodium nitrite, colorings, guar gum, sugar, and artificial sweeteners.
  • Do a bowel cleanse, to clear the intestines of biofilm and pathogenic bacteria.
  • Do a parasite cleanse to remove biofilm and parasitic worms.
  • Do a cleanse of body toxins, to remove heavy metals and chemical carcinogens.

“To heal Chronic Disease requires that we all become warriors in defense of our personal microbiome. We must detox accumulated Heavy metals, Glyphosate, Fluoride, Nano-aluminum, Graphene oxide, Hydrogels, Spike protein, and pathogenic microbes that infiltrate our environment.

This is a global warning, and requires new techniques unknown in the medical industry. Vax or no vax, we’re all in this together.”  Sacha Stone, NewEarthHorizon.com

5. What Industries Feed Obesity?  They all do!

6. To Heal Obesity Forever Do This:

  • Do a regular routine of aerobic physical activity (60 minutes a day for children and 150 minutes spread through the week for adults).
  • Practice lymph movement exercises such as Qigong shaking or yoga inversions to stimulate natural detox of the body fluids.
  • Find a medical coach skilled in modern detox methods, to guide you through the steps. This is beyond most traditionally trained doctors.
  • Relax, de-stress, treat yourself to an energy healing to remove old shadows and stuck emotions.
  • Eat a wide variety of Organic foods free of chemicals, to cultivate a healthy gut microbiome.
  • Eat high-fiber foods like raw veggies and sprouted seeds.
  • Eat fermented veggies and take a good probiotic to invite a new healthy microbiome.
  • Replace all vegetable oils with coconut oil and grass-fed butter for rapid fat loss.
  • Eat high quality protein, to help you bury fat.
  • Eat Coconut in any form: Coconuts contain healthy MCFAs (medium chain fatty acids)
  • Sprouted Seeds: Seeds can be soaked and sprouted, such as flaxseeds, chia seeds and hemp seeds.
  • Become a Ninja shopper focusing on fresh, living foods.
  • Check ingredient labels, and avoid packaged foods with more than 5 ingredients.
  • Eat Nutrient-Dense Vegetables: In order to lose weight you need green leafy vegetables, and cruciferous vegetables are at the top of the list. Other favorites are kale, spinach, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, asparagus and carrots. Steamed, sautéed and cooked in coconut oil are all great choices.
  • Enjoy low-Sugar fruits like grapefruit, lemon, lime,
  • Drink Green Tea
  • Experiment with spices and supplements that are biofilm-busters, like
  • Modified Citrus Pectin
  • Activated Charcoal
  • Berberine
  • Cinnamon oil
  • Clove oil
  • Curcumin (Turmeric)
  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Garlic
  • Holy basil
  • Interfase Plus
  • Linoleic acid
  • Lumbrokinase
  • Nattokinase
  • Oregano Oil, Oregano leaf


David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD, “Obesity Warrior” and author of the book “Always Hungry”, is an endocrinologist, researcher, and professor at Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Ludwig also co-directs the New Balance Foundation Obesity Prevention Center at Boston Children’s Hospital.

“Our bodies are not simplistic machines easily controlled by “calories in, calories out”. Metabolism is continuously adjusted based on factors like what you eat, how much you eat, how you sleep, stress hormones, exercise (type and timing), and your mental hunger cravings.

To stabilize your metabolism think: “Eat Enough and Move Enough”. It might seem counterintuitive to the old way of thinking, but regularly fueling your body with foods that support metabolism means a happy and efficient body that works WITH you rather than against you. Weight loss becomes a healthy side effect of eating well, living well, and loving your body. It’s a win-win that creates a life worth living for the long term.  Dr. David Ludwig, MD PhD

8. Obesity, an Intuitive Viewpoint

Obesity comes from long-term habits and deep emotional roots that hold an overweight pattern in place in the physical body. It’s sometimes an ingrained web of defensive, habitual food habits and thoughts that developed over many years. To heal this pattern, each person’s journey is unique. It means breaking the cycle, going into the deep unconscious memories and patterns, to remove trauma and distress. This is an energy healing path that can be approached in many ways.

In Chinese medicine, Obesity is associated with the Spleen organ, which rules metabolism, conversion of food to energy, and self-identity. From a spiritual perspective, obesity comes from a pattern of worry, feeling insecure, unworthy, a need for protection, self-rejection, and running away from my feelings. Well, that’s totally within your power to turn around.

Your mantra is to breathe deep and say these words:
“I am safe where I am. I create my own security. I am at peace with my own feelings. I love & approve of myself.

9. Obesity Protocol for Success

Suggested Resources:

  • https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12020-022-03229-y
  • https://wellnessforce.com/david-sandoval-the-hidden-epidemic-of-glyphosate-obesity/
  • Environmental Obesogens and Their Impact on Susceptibility to Obesity: New Mechanisms and Chemicals, https://academic.oup.com/endo/article/161/3/bqaa024/5739626?
  • https://www.nature.com/articles/s41591-020-01183-8
  • Parasites, microbiota and metabolic disease, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27716947/
  • The Link Between Gut Health and Obesity, https://www.goodrx.com/well-being/gut-health/link-between-gut-health-and-obesity
  • https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1383576918301648
  • Can Bad Bacteria and Parasites Make You Fat? Infectobesity Examined, https://www.motleyhealth.com/weight-loss/can-bad-bacteria-in-your-bowels-make-you-fat-infectobesity-examined
  • Infectobesity: Obesity of Infectious Origin1, Nikhil V. Dhurandhar – http://jn.nutrition.org/cgi/content/full/131/10/2794S
  • Tsai F, Coyle WJ. The microbiome and obesity: is obesity linked to our gut flora? Current Gastroenterology Reports, 2009 Aug;11(4):307-13.
  • International Scientific Association for Probiotics and Prebiotics

Jane Barthelemy is a medical intuitive, author, and healer. She has her MBA in financial management and has practiced Tibetan Buddhist meditation for over five decades, residing in the Rudrananda Ashram in the USA for 35 years. She practices kinesiology, craniosacral therapy, Acunect, and BodyTalk – an infusion of Chinese – Ayurvedic wisdom. She teaches Qigong, Taichi, Daoist sexuality, and Kundalini activation. Her medical Qigong training is with Mantak Chia, Khamto Lee, Daniel Villasenor, Zhongxian Wu, Dr. Ka’imi Pilipovich, Franco Mescola, Richard Leirer, and Lam Kam Chueng. She has her BS in Italian Opera and MBA. Her two paradigm-changing cookbooks show how to build health with unprocessed foods. Her upcoming books include: “Heal Your Past Lives”, and “Buddha Speaks – Channeled Passages from the Master”.  She is on the faculty of NewEarth University and LearnDesk. Her websites are FiveSeasonsMedicine.com and JanesHealthyKitchen.com. Jane lives in Bali with her Bhutanese husband, Lama D.

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