How to Prevent Allergies, Autoimmunity, and Cancer

Posted on May 13th, 2016


Today’s toxic world contains many different harmful, health invaders, that it is no wonder, rampant, catastrophic diseases are occurring to the animal and human populations, every day.

The world is seeing more and more catastrophic diseases occurring also in children and in families, based upon their genetics.

Many studies have indicated, that certain selective diseases will occur in members of the same family.

There are many, many different harmful, health invaders that are animals and humans are subject, to almost every day of their lives.

Anyone of these can adversely affect, the health of a human, and an animal.

The following are just a few of those harmful, health invaders.

. Pesticides

. Toxins.

. Vaccines.

. Anesthesia.

. GMO foods.

. Radiation.

. X-rays

. Medications

. Poor nutrition

. Lack of exercise.

. Stress

. Cooking with Teflon cooking ware.

. Phytoestrogens

. Xenoestrogens etc.

The next question is, how do these harmful, health invaders, actually hurt the patients and their body?

My clinical studies have identified the fact, that these harmful, health invaders, all can cause deficiencies or damage, to the natural production of cortisol, from the middle layer, adrenal cortex.

I personally believe the new “Achilles’ Tendon” in the body, has moved from the back of the ankle, to the middle layer, adrenal cortex.

For more information on this subject, please go to, Today’s Achilles’s Tendon May be Better Applied to the Adrenal Cortex and it’s Production of Adrenal Estrogen, Then The Tendon in the Back of the Ankle. This article appears on my website and also on Face book.

When this damage occurs to the middle layer adrenal cortex, and the cortisol production becomes deficient or damaged, the negative feedback mechanism to the hypothalamus and pituitary, will also become damaged.

When a normal amount of natural cortisol is produced by the middle layer, adrenal cortex, the cortisol performs its duties in the patient’s body including its most important function, which is to regulate the immune system, in order that the immune system will perform its protective functions for the patient, and then be broken down by the liver and excreted by the kidneys.

Once the cortisol is broken down and its levels decrease, the hypothalamus releases its Corticotropin Releasing Factor (CRF), which causes the pituitary gland, to release its hormone, called Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH).

The ACTH will stimulate the middle layer, adrenal cortex, to release more active cortisol.

This entire process is referred to as, a negative feedback mechanism.

Unfortunately, when harmful, health invaders, disrupt the production of active cortisol, the hypothalamic-pituitary axis continues their hormone production, and the inner layer adrenal cortex, responds by producing excessive amounts, of adrenal estrogen.

NOTE: The medical profession is concerned about the damage that excess estrogen will cause a patient, and yet they are not measuring, Total Estrogen, which represents adrenal estrogen.

When this occurs, the excess adrenal estrogen will cause the following problems;

1) It will reduce the availability of the thyroid hormones for use by the patient.

In humans, the elevated adrenal estrogen will cause the development of a thyroid binding globulin (TBG).

A similar situation, also occurs in animals.

For further information on this subject, please see Metabolic Hypothyroidism,

This article can be seen on this website.

2) It will cause inflammation of the endothelial cells that line all the arteries in the body.

A prime example of this, is when a woman has elevated amounts of adrenal estrogen, but does not realize it, and when she has her period and her ovaries add extra estrogen to her system, many times she will have migraine headaches, and even epileptic seizures.

Idiopathic epilepsy in animals, comes from excessive amounts of adrenal estrogen. For more information on this subject, please see the article on this website titled, Idiopathic Epilepsy.

Hopefully one day, someone will check adrenal estrogen with different types of neurological, cerebral l diseases, like Alzheimer’s syndrome and others.

3) The excessive estrogen causes the immune cells, to lose recognition of self-tissue, and cause autoimmunity and cancer,

For more information of these studies, please go to, The Results of an Integrative Conference for Integrative MD Oncologists, Regarding Dr. Plechner’s Findings for

Many Different, Chronic Human Diseases. The article can also be found on this website.

4) The excess adrenal estrogen, causes the B-Lymphocyte to reduce its production of protective immunoglobulins (antibodies), and when the mucous membrane antibody referred to as immunoglobulin A, is below a certain level, many different supplements, medications and steroids, cannot be effectively absorbed.

My clinical studies have indicated that this will happen with canines and felines, when their IgA, is below 58mg/dL.

The same malabsorption will occur with humans, when their immunoglobulin A, is below 68mg/dL.

An interesting example of this, is when a patient has been hospitalized, and is being given intravenous or intramuscular antibiotics, but when they are sent home with the same antibiotic in an oral form, they become sick again.

Other oral antibiotics may be prescribed, but they too fail, because they cannot be effectively absorbed.

I personally believe with each blood test a healthcare professional performs, an IgA test should be included, so when a medication is sent home for oral use for a patient, proper absorption can be expected.

Hopefully this article has explained to you, the importance of a normal endocrine immune system.

The prevention of allergies, autoimmunity and cancer will happen, by simply testing this protocol, in humans young and old, and in animals, whether young or old.

This normal endocrine immune protocol must be damaged for these diseases to occur, so why not test the protocol first, and if there are any imbalances identified, please have them corrected, before a disease begins.

If you or your pet are already suffering from allergies, autoimmunity or cancer, this protocol will help identify, the cause of your disease.

Unfortunately with many of today’s diseases, only the effects are treated and not, usually the cause.

If you are interested in doing this preventive test for a humans, the following tests may be included with the other tests, your healthcare professional, deems necessary;

. Cortisol

. Total estrogen

. Estradiol

. Estrone

. Estriole

. T3

. T4

. Reverse T3



. Iodine

. IgA

. IgM

. IgG

To do this preventative, protocol test in canines, felines and equines, the following tests are indicated;

. Cortisol

. Total estrogen.

. T3

. T4


. IgM

. IgG

NOTE: National Veterinary Diagnostic Services is the only veterinary laboratory in the United States that can do all of these tests.

Hopefully this article will help you decide to do a preventative test that will help you, your family and your family pet, avoid many the diseases that an endocrine immune imbalance, will cause.


Dr. AL Plechner