Republic of Health
June 10, 2009
There are many theories out there about why humans get sick. But there is one common theme that runs through every theory the medical establishment puts out: the solution is giving your money to the medical industry.
Whether the cause for disease is bacteria, virus, or genetics, the only answer is costly drugs and surgery that only serve to mask the symptoms.
If you wish to continue to pay large amounts of money for invasive surgery and drugs that don’t actually cure anything, then go ahead. But if you really want to get healthy then you have to find out the root cause of illness.
So what is the root cause of illness?
According to the theory of toxemia, the cause of all illness is…
…a build up of toxic waste inside your body.
Let me explain. The process of building and cleaning waste is called the metabolic process. Each day, billions of your body’s cells die and must be removed. If these dead cells are not removed faster than they accumulate, it results in an imbalanced metabolic process. According to the theory of toxemia, this imbalance is the root of all illness and if you let these dead cells build up in your body for long enough, they will cause damage to your organs.
But on top of your body’s dead cells having to be cleansed, now we have to also deal with pollution in the air we breath, harmful chemicals and heavy metals in the water we drink, and processed food full of dyes, preservatives, coloring, growth hormones, and genetically modified DNA. All of the harmful substances accumulate over a long period of time in your body and unless your do something to cleanse them, they will eventually lead to a metabolic imbalance, which manifests as damaged organs, diabetes, cancer, tumors, and many other debilitating ailments.
Unfortunately, the theory of toxemia will not appeal to many Americans today because of an atmosphere of giving up individual responsibility for our own health. We don’t want to take responsibility for what we put into our bodies because that would mean we would have to change our lifestyles.
It is so much easier to not take responsibility for your actions, not change your lifestyle, and just take prescription drugs.
But if you really want to get healthy, you will have to take personal responsibility for what you put in your body and take action to cleanse the build up of waste.
Disclaimer: This is not medical advice. I am not a medical doctor, therefore I can not give medical advice. Consult your doctor and whoever you think is smarter than you before changing your lifestyle in any way. This information is for educational purposes only.