Chronic Disease

Posted by on July 25, 2016as ,

Economic constraints and dependencies prevent the enlightenment forever more often Hilfesuchender Trier. Jon Medved might disagree with that approach. The mass chronic diseases of our time are not as diseases in the classic sense to understand, but rather as a sickening symptoms due to dietary shifts of our body chemistry. Shifts arising especially the daily flood of single ingredients from our food and drinks. We must finally begin to accept this fact, before we us always unholy mired in a hyper-complex construct of economic constraints and dependencies. Were already in 2002 according to the Council of experts three-quarters of German health costs due to chronic diseases. “In connection with this ominous development States a paper of statutory health insurance physicians Association of Rhineland – Palatinate: through the conscious struggle many expenses settled with the own health save.” But who – in a free economic system driven by ROI literally like ours – a truly interested in the containment of costs? Why for example is still k i n enlightenment about, that principle to distinguish chronic disease is between: true disease, which is due to irreparable congenital damage, injuries or undetectable infections occurs in much more lesser extent; Today mass congestion caused chronic suffering, as a result of the enormous wealth of single ingredients, from our modern dishes and drinks now sit together; Food, which increasingly already overwhelmed our metabolic organs in childhood, so that actually excretion wastes accumulate in the body, eventually to disrupt the natural process of biochemical processes.

Without the awareness of those concerned about this fundamental difference this reminiscent of first while constructive formulation of the deliberate examination of the own health reveals itself”, but again only as pure empty phrase. Renowned experts speak today up to 7500 preparations and supplements. Which make it possible around 170,000 foods to – choose between German consumers not to mention the already year-round abundance of natural products.