Friday, October 8, 2010
Is it not quite amazing that the so called 'experts' have suddenly realized the connection between disease and toxicity???
What truly astonishes me is how the medical field will not acknowledge the fact that the toxicity of our environment has a lot to do with the increase in illness in man.
Here we are in 2010, so concerned about the environment, knowing the havoc we have caused, and making great attempts to make our homes, our cities and our lives greener; but there is complete ignorance of how the toxicity of environment and the toxicity of additives like high fructose corn syrup, preservatives and pesticides in our foods, cause havoc in our bodies.
Aren't our priorities slightly misplaced?
Yesterday, in my doctor's office I read something that struck a chord.
One of the Laws of the 'Direction of Cure' states that healing occurs from within outwards. If that is the case, then what are we doing taking tons of medication to suppress symptoms when we can try and find reasons for an ailment and treat it? What are we doing poisoning our bodies with toxins, whether environmental or man- made?
Why are are we so focused on just 'superficial healing'?
One of the things my doctor does is regular testing to check my blood, my digestion, my liver and internal organs. The healing begins when the troubled areas are targeted and the problem(s) will then, either be reduced or solved. My diet changes, my treatments change and what needs fixing gets fixed.
This, along with heavy detox and constantly monitoring to ensure that no toxins of any form are part of my diet or life, has helped to prevent all the other issues that make my MS worse and/or progress.
Is it a wonder why I have not had any relapses or attacks for the past three years? Is it a wonder why I have had no new lesions since my first MRI in 2006?
The medical profession and the governments need to realize this rather then spending trillions of dollars on symptomatic cures and raising funds looking for cures while the treatment approaches that actually work and help patients, stare us in the face.
I have good news and bad news. Now that they have acknowledged, in one way or another, that toxicity(whether pollution or any other form), 'may' cause illness, what are they doing about it?
What is the medical profession going to do about it?
What is the government going to do about it?
So many unanswered questions.................................
Posted by Alnoor Rajan Talwar