There are a great many threats to your health these days but are viruses one of them? There is an almost complacent popular belief that lifespans just keep increasing but is this true? While the list of modern chronic diseases grows and the numbers suffering from them grow exponentially few people are asking the root cause question… What really makes you ill?
Your GP or medical doctor is clearly not interested in the cause of illness. His medical training has only shown him how to treat symptoms. This is not a rational approach that tells us anything about how to pursue optimal health by avoiding that which compromises it. Thankfully more and more people are becoming aware of this fundamental flaw in modern medicine and the implicit assumptions it contains.
In this weeks podcast Dawn Lester and David Parker address the root cause questions of why people get sick. They dare to ask the question that medical Doctors and General Practitioners avoid – what really makes you ill?
What really Make you ill?
In there fabulous and comprehensive book Dawn and David distinguish between illness and disease. They also propose that there are essentially 4 categories for the cause of illness. It is a lengthy piece of work running to well over 700 pages, and it took them 10 years to research and write.
Never before has it been more important to know WHAT REALLY MAKES US ILL. These days viruses are touted as the cause of COVID-19 even though there is plenty of evidence that contradicts the theory of contagion and zero evidence linking a specific virus with any symptoms. We live in a context where health is a political issue used to control populations and yet where increasing levels of EMFs, environmental toxins and poor quality food and water are all ignored as health problems. This is a must know topic and a very interesting subject.
You can pick up a copy of the book at all major book stores and of course on Amazon.
Visit their website for more information at whatreallymakesyouill.com
Check out my 12 strategies for optimal health more a comprehensive look at how to be healthy.
Nigel Howitt, Treehouse Farm
December 28th, 2020