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The most common health diseases
The most common health diseasesand conditions in the United States are reported on a yearly basis by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Almost all of these health conditions can be treated or reversed naturally and many can be prevented altogether, with the right foresight. Let's look at some examples. The CDC reports on health diseases and conditions that limit an individual's activities. Two of the most common causes of "activity limitation" among school age children are asthma and allergies. Both of these health conditions are abnormal immune system responses to substances that normally people can tolerate. Doctors most often prescribe steroids (cortisone, prednisone, etc.) to treat asthma. But, according to Dr. John Mills, chief of infectious diseases at San Francisco General Hospital, new research shows that steroids can do "permanent damage that is immediate and devastating". They actually do more damage to an immune system that is already functioning poorly. The bright side, in my opinion, is that alternative and complementary treatments can reduce or eliminate allergic reactions and asthma attacks entirely.
Growing up in the 1960's and 70's - in the neighborhood I came from gave me plenty of knowledge of the effects of substance abuse. So very many people at that time were involved in the use and abuse of alcohol and drugs. I can't even begin to describe the images... things we see... 'we' who know addiction - who have seen it up close.
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"...It is not a part of normal aging, says the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The NIH contends that the cause of Alzheimer's is "not known." They say, "Prior theories regarding the accumulation of aluminum, lead, mercury, and other substances in the brain have been disproved." Don't believe that. Federal agencies have a talent for not finding environmental causes for many diseases. They live by the motto,
"Most cases of Argyria reported in the medical literature over the last 100 years involved chronic intravenous or intramuscular use of the silver preparations, most often involving a silver drug prescribed by physicians which in most cases contained silver nitrate. Other cases of Argyria reported in the medical literature involve application of silver preparations used for ..." FDA's Opinion on 'Silver Products' ... to this page ...
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"...Standard cardiovascluar medicine has an answer at hand - usually, surgical procedures - to remove quickly obstructions - buildup of atherosclerotic plaque - from the diseased vessel walls and - "restore" impaired circulation. Unfortunately, all medical procedures carry with them the same main shortcoming: they do nothing to stop the underlying disease and its progression, so in time, new fatty narrowings or blockages occur in the arteries!..."
These environmental factors are of great importance for the general population. About 70% of strokes and 80% of heart attacks are potentially preventable by diet and lifestyle modifications, including nonsmoking, a healthy diet (low intakes of saturated and trans fat, low glycemic load, and adequate intakes of fruits and vegetables, cereal fiber, and unsaturated ..."
...don?t give much thought to our arteries. That?s especially true when we are young and think we can eat anything we want. But here?s a news flash: plaque begins to build in your blood vessels during your teenage years. That means that most of us have a significant amount of plaque by the time we hit middle age..."