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Physiological causes of illness and disease
Causes. Causes. That is what we want to know. ..If we want to cure a disease, we must eliminate the causes. Controlling symptoms, which is what medications are designed to do, does not cure any disease. For example, you hit your hand with a hammer. You take a pain reliever, which prevents pain signals from reaching your brain. The pain is still there, but you don't feel it.
Let's do a quick physiological review of the human body. The human body is divided into organ systems; organ systems contain organs; organs are made up of tissues; tissues are made of cells; cells are made of molecules; and molecules are made of atoms. As an example, the respiratory system has the heart as one of its organs. The heart is an organ made of heart tissues, and those heart tissues are made of heart cells.
When we get into atoms and molecules, we get into physics, so in this example, we will be sticking with cells. The cell is the basic unit of all living organisms. Humans can trace its existence, as a single-celled organism without a nucleus, back to about 4.3 billion years ago. So those individual cells eventually came together and formed multicellular organisms. Biologically, we are considered multicellular organisms.
The human body is estimated to have approximately 100 trillion cells; this number varies according to the weight of the person. Each cell has a special function. For example, we have brain cells, muscle cells, skin cells, etc.
Now let's go back to the 4.3 billion years of evolution of our cells. For hundreds of millions of years, our cells survived and thrived on oxygen, water, and nutrients, substances that occur naturally in nature. So when we refer to "natural" health, it implies anything that is biochemically compatible with the evolution of our cells, or substances and foods that our cells evolved with and are familiar with.
We have heard sayings such as:
–You are what you eat.
–The disease enters through the mouth.
- Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food.
–The belly rules the mind.
The purpose of eating is to supply our cells with energy so they can do their jobs. Everything we eat is absorbed, digested and distributed, through the bloodstream, through our body to the cells so that they can perform their functions to keep us alive. So how do our cells get sick? Hopefully this demonstration will provide insight into the disease process.
A healthy person. Petri dish 1:
We will pretend that it is an organic egg, so it does not contain growth hormones, antibiotics or steroids passed by the hen. Eggs are a complete protein because they contain all the essential amino acids.
Most plants are incomplete proteins because most plants do not contain all of the essential amino acids. So you might be wondering how vegans get their protein. Vegans eat a variety of plants that contain a spectrum of amino acids, and those amino acids make complete proteins. Something like reverse engineering.
A sick person. Petri dish 2: cigarettes, chocolate, chips
Research has shown that when cells are removed from our body, they can survive indefinitely when bathed in a nutrient culture in a Petri dish.
So our body absorbs so much junk that our cells cannot use it for energy, so the body detoxifies foreign substances. [pick up a bit] but we keep eating the same garbage, and it accumulates. When there is too much garbage in our body, we get sick.
Do you think that the record number of diseases and symptoms that we are seeing has something that we are talking about here? .
As you can see, anything that comes into contact with our cells other than a nutrient, through the cumulative effect, will result in disease of those cells. When our cells are sick, we are sick.
This only shows that substances that make physical contact with our cells. What about non-physical contacts with our cells, such as from electromagnetic radiation from cell phones and wireless networks? EMRs have been shown to penetrate the BBB (blood-brain barrier). But that's another video!
This demo only looked at the physiological cause of the disease, so I'll leave you with this thought from Dr. Fred Loffler, a naturopathic physician. “To be a doctor in the true sense, one must consider the patient's problems from all these basic points of view: is it mechanical, nutritional or psychological, or is it a mixed combination of all three… The human body is not composed of entities separate, but it is a unit of work in its entirety, so it must be treated as such ".
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