Genetic diseases are the new boy on the block. It seems that everything that medicine doesn’t understand is now relegated to a genetic disorder of some kind.
Some things do indeed tend to run in families, although I believe there are various reasons for this. But that all humanity’s ails are being blamed on genetic diseases is both a gross fabrication of the truth and an attempt to disempower you. After all, if the problem is genetic, you have no hope of helping yourself.
And maybe that is behind this new theory. People who don’t help themselves can be manipulated more easily.
Dr T Colin Campbell is a research scientist. He is one of the few I admire, because he is a truth seeker, one who cannot be bought. He is the author of the China Study in which he examined the role of diet on genetic diseases, including cancer.
He made quite an astounding discovery which contra-indicates the budding theory of genetic disorders. He discovered that when people migrate to another country, they develop the diseases of the new country.
I am going to repeat the last sentence, as you may not have absorbed the importance of the message: when people migrate to another country, they develop the diseases of the new country. Not the common diseases of the country they left. Or the common diseases that run in their families. But the common diseases of the new country.
This means that genes play a much less significant role in diseases than is now being considered. Perhaps an insignificant role.
Since diet, agriculture, lifestyle and social culture varies with each country, what this finding suggests to me is that these are the cause of disease. Diet in particular varies widely in differing cultures. But where the western diet is infiltrating traditional cultural diets, the incidence of typical western diseases are on the rise.
In the west, the number one cause of death is heart disease. The number two cause of death is cancer. (The number three cause of death is the medication your doctor prescribes for you, or iatrogenesis.) Yet neither of these illnesses exist, or exist rarely, in traditional cultures.
Families tend to eat the same food, have similar lifestyles, shop in the same way, if not the same store and often think the same, or similar, way. And these habits are, I suggest, the reason for some so called genetic diseases. If one habit is the cause of a health disorder in one person, it is highly likely to be so for another similar person.
This means that you are very much in control of your own health, that you can prevent diseases that are common in your family. It means that you are not at the mercy of others who may not have your best interests at heart.
So, some suggests are to first, learn as much as you can about a healthy diet. Then learn as much as you can about a healthy lifestyle. Then put these into practice. Daily. For some, these may not be easy to implement all at once, but can be achieved over time. Making goals and steadily working towards them are easier to do as you are taking one small step at a time.
Some habits die hard. Most people experience emotional distress at some time in their lives, which may follow them. Whatever diet or lifestyle can’t change (or if you are in a hurry to get there!), then homeopathy offers you an extraordinary way to better health.
At the heart of homeopathic treatment is its ability to improve your immune system. It doesn’t suppress symptoms. It is not toxic in any way. Homeopathic treatment works in harmony with what your body is trying to achieve, but can’t for whatever reason.