Is a health condition the same as an incurable disease?
No. There are two reasons for this.
First, the medical profession never uses the word “cure.” There are treatments for various illnesses, but at the end of the day, healing, when it occurs, is always done by the body itself.
Secondly, many of these conditions, such as arthritis, osteoporosis, and various inflammation of the digestive system, are not caused by bacteria or viruses, but rather by toxins in the body or aberrancy in the cells, tissues, or various organs themselves.
We can call them diseases in the sense that they cause us “dis-ease”, but we should differentiate between chronic conditions and acute conditions such as colds, flu, and various infections caused by viruses and bacteria.
Are they always fatal?
No. A large number of chronic health problems are never fatal.
That is not to say that any of them are good. Many cause noticeable irritation in some area of the body that creates a lingering, nagging sense of discomfort. Others can put people into states of excruciating agony that can last for several months.
What is the best way to treat a severe health condition?
The best way to treat a severe, chronic illness is to help the body rid itself of toxic agents that accumulate within it. Nothing good will come from stored toxins within the body, and many of these terrible chronic issues people are plagued with seem to be directly linked to harmful agents in the food, water, and industrial environment around us. Civilization is more inorganic than ever before, so there are consequently more harmful chemicals around us than ever.
The most important thing you can do is to cleanse your digestive tract. In our book, The Green Body Cleanse, we point out that as many as 90% of the toxins our bodies store initially enter our systems through our intestines. It makes sense, then, to keep the digestive system as free of toxins as possible in order to preserve the wellness of the entire body.
Since many health conditions are caused by poor diet and lack of exercise, it is also vitally important to eat only foods that are nutritionally beneficial and to maintain a regimen of daily exercise. Organic foods should immediately replace processed foods that contain various toxins. A variety of supplements and natural products should also be explored for the many natural enhancements they can bring to the body’s ability to cleanse and heal itself.