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What Causes Disease?


Before we can understand what actually causes disease we must first understand how the body was created to function. If the body is provided with the nutritional support it needs and kept free of internal toxicity, health is maintained and disease can be avoided. If for any reason, and there are a few; cellular functions within the body begin to go awry, signs and symptoms of dysfunction develop, a disease condition is diagnosed, and sadly only suppressed with medications intended for merely “symptomatic relief ” while the root causes of dysfunction are ignored.

The body is made up of billions of cells all working in balance and harmony with the other, each executing their particular function without any conscious human effort. This “Homeostasis” if you recall, is defined in medical dictionaries as “The tendency of a system, especially the physiological system of higher animals (humans), to maintain internal stability, owing to the coordinated response of its parts to any situation or stimulus tending to disturb its normal condition or function”.

This means that ALL body systems [cells] are working optimally and in harmony with one another and if it they do so without interruption, symptoms of dysfunction are absent and we exhibit what is known and interpreted as good health.

These homeostatic systems include all the individual cells which make up the:

  • Skin And Body Membranes – Integumentary or Epithelial [Skin] Cells
  • Skeletal System – Bone Cells
  • Muscular System – Muscle Cells
  • Nervous System – Nerve Cells [Neurons]
  • Digestive System – Gastrointestinal or Endothelial Cells
  • Immune System – White Blood Cells
  • Blood And Circulatory System – Red Blood Cells

So What Causes Disease?

Disease as the term is known today is defined in medical dictionaries as ” a disordered or abnormal condition of an organ or other parts of an organism resulting from the effect of genetic or developmental errors, infection, nutritional deficiency, toxicity, or unfavorable environmental factors; illness; sickness, etc ” In other words, all diseases are caused by any disruption to cellular function which undermine health and harmony to the internal homeostatic mechanisms within the body.

Most diseases occur slowly over time, they are built through repeated exposure to factors, such as; mucus and cattarhal acculmulation, poor diet, pesticides, drugs, suppressive medications, food additives, preservatives, artificial colorings and flavorings, enviromental pollution, poor elimination ( bowel, lungs, kidney, skin, lymph), nerve depletion, Anemia, oxygen starvation etc. All of these contributing factors cause damage to individualized cells within the body to varying degrees and eventually break down the body’s homeostatic mechanisms.

The reproduction of damaged cells and DNA is the reason we age, organs degrade, and diseases begin. Cells and DNA become damaged by accumulated toxins when your detoxification systems do not adequately function and by free radicals from external and internal sources.

The good news is that our body is designed to detoxify them, provided we have an adequate supply of chemicals (nutrients) in us to accomplish this process. The detoxification process converts fat-soluble toxins to water-soluble toxins, which are excreted. If they are not converted and excreted, toxins accumulate in our body, which eventually cause cellular, and DNA damage, aging, and disease.

If the DNA of a cell is damaged and the programmed cellular self-destruction mechanism known as apoptosis (programmed cell death) is not functioning properly, and the immune system does not remove the cell, it will reproduce. The continued reproduction of these DNA damaged cells becomes a cancerous tumor or the end of the organism.

So as you can plainly see, the majority of diseases are not caught, they are built. Our cellular functions gradually deteriorate, which we consider normal as the process of aging which are oftentimes unnecessary. To illustrate the point, the following is a brief description of the pathways of health and disease.


Steps To Building A Disease Process 

Step 1 -Age 0-10 - vaccines and immunizations weakening “the terrain” causing childhood illnesses such as tonsillitis, ear infections, colds and fever suppressed with antibiotics that damage a child’s delicate immune and digestive system setting the stage for future disease.

Step 2 -Age 10-20 – learning disabilities, behavioral disorders, ADD, ADHD, eczema, allergies and asthma controlled with antihistamines, cortisone creams, steroids, puffers and dangerous behavior modification drugs such as ritalin affecting the brain, nervous, endocrine and immune systems.
Step 3 -Age 20-30 – poor diets & weight loss stimulants to stay thin, parties and sleep deprivation further degenerating the brain and nervous system.
Step 4 -Age 30-40 – greater amounts of stress from career, family and social commitments lead to further deterioration of the nervous system that lead to symptoms such as anxiety and depression which is treated with antidepressant drugs such as prozac and tranquilizers.
Step 5 -Age 40-50 - continued stress on the nervous system and further suppression with drugs lead to various gastrointestinal problems for which drugs such as antacids and zantac are prescribed to suppress more symptoms like gas, bloating, IBS, GERD etc. 
Step 6 -Age 50-60 - Repeated and continual suppression of the bodies warning signs and symptoms with more and stronger drugs lead to more chronic diseases such as diabetes, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol etc.
Step 7- Age 60-70 - symptoms of dysfunction can’t be suppressed any longer – organ or system failure, development of tumors or cancerous growth
Step 8 – Surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, organ transplant and more drugs to control the ever-growing symptoms manifested by a body suffering from chronic nutrient deficiencies and internal toxicity.

Step 9 – Systemic breakdown of all organ systems – CELL DEATH – End of the organism.


Some Factors That Undermine Health

  • Hereditary (Inherited Factors)

Diseases such as Syphylis, Diabetes, etc. Alcoholism, Drug accumulations (oral contraceptives, Thalidomide), Genetic dieases (Gilbert’s syndrome etc.), Tranquilizers, X –rays, Radiation exposure, Xenoestrogens etc.

  • Childhood Factors:

Poisonous vaccinations and immunizations, mucus and cattarhal acculmulation, poor diet, pesticides, drugs, suppressive medications, food additives, preservatives, artificial colorings and flavorings, enviromental pollution, poor elimination ( bowel, lungs, kidney, skin, lymph), nerve depletion, Anemia, oxygen starvation etc.

We should understand that it takes years to build a disease through improper living habits. The modern use of toxic drugs are employed to merely mask pain and symptoms of dysfunction while the body’s warning signs are being sedated to submission, meanwhile the underlying factors of what is at the root cause of the problem is ignored. This is not medicine! You should be aware that as the years go by and the false sense of security (the absence of the symptoms or pain) is only a temporary solution to your problem. Drugs silence the body’s warning signs until they can be silenced no more and dangerous surgery’s to remove a body part or a treatment with lethal chemicals like radiation and chemotherapy is no longer avoidable.