Who is Responsible for Keeping You Healthy?
- There isn’t a shortage of people who are willing to tell you what to do about your health.
- There are long-term wars on all sorts of maladies: Obesity, Cancer, Diabetes, Stroke and Heart Disease, just to name a few.
- There are well-meaning people pleading for your financial support to fund research to find “the cure”.
- There are gigantic companies producing drugs and diagnostic devices to support a system of medical practice that aims to detect and combat disease by use of drug or surgical remedies.
- There seems to be people intent on passing laws to try to force you to do their bidding.
Who really is responsible for your health?
Modern medicine enjoyed some early successes.
The discovery and commercialization of antibiotics revolutionized to treatment of a malady that ravaged civilization since the beginning of time – bacterial infections.
Building on the early success with penicillin, it made sense to search for another pill or injection to treat other maladies.
Vaccines, though controversial, fit the model and soon became the treatment of choice for another group of illnesses.
Diagnose, Treat with Drugs or Perform Surgery
The model for modern medicine: detect, treat with drugs to kill a microbe or perform surgery, became establish as the treatment of choice for the issues of failing health.
The fact is:
the general well-being of people is not so good
– and getting worse.
Today’s maladies are being managed with drugs instead of being cured. Sadly, in many cases, the effect of the treatment requires more drugs to address complications from side effects.
Perhaps, it’s time to rethink the doctor-only model.
Here’s Why …
The model for modern medicine
may have reached a point of diminishing return
– because it is too good at what it can do
- and not good at what it can’t do
Perhaps, people expect its past success with antibiotics and vaccines to be repeated in circumstances that are beyond the capabilities of medicine.
This dilema was played out in the 1890’s when Louis Pasteur, the father of modern medicine, and Antoine Bechamp, a French chemist, biologist and rival of Pasteur, announced their differing theories of disease.
Aided by the newly invented microscope, Pasteur could see microbes and witness their death (penicillin had just been discovered, too). He concluded that these visible, vulnerable microbes were the source of disease and that they could be killed, once they were identified.
Bechamp could only speculate that changes within the body (he called it the internal terrain) started a cascade of events that lead to poor health and death. He went as far as to identify a tiny microbe (microzyme) that, due to changes in the internal condition of the body, was responsible internal decay, sickness and death.
Other scientists of the time could see what Pasteur saw, but they couldn’t see Bechamp’s microzyme through the primitive microscopes of the time.
As one could expect, Bechamp’s theory lost out. Pasteur’s Germ Theory was widely accepted and he became the father of medicine.
Bechamp found obscurity for all but a few.
NOTE: It has been said that Pasteur, on his death bed, embraced Bechamp’s theory. But, I digress.
Today, we know both theories are correct.
There are microbes that attack the body from the outside and the condition of the inside of the body contributes to declining health and death, and it’s time to update the medical model to include the internal terrain.
The best person to control that is you. Here’s why:
Factory and fast food continue to be a major source of internal contamination. People need to accept the fact that our bodies are being contaminated by substances in their food and beverages, and work to reduce these sources of internal pollution.
In case you’re not familiar with the term “factory food”, it is the stuff that comes in boxes, bags and cans supported with very large advertising budgets.
It’s loaded with chemical color enhancers, flavor enhancers, anti-clumping agents, preservatives, salt, and sugar, because, without them, it would be a gray mass of tasteless “stuff” in a pretty package.
Unfortunately, this “stuff” contaminates the internal terrain which, as Bechamp predicts, hastens decay, sickness and death.
On the other hand, real food doesn’t need that “stuff”. It promotes health, longevity and well-being.
This whole concept is tough to swallow by the consumer generations because they have been programmed by advertising. So, it’s likely that this message will fall on deaf ears. So be it.
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