Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Evidence that Diseases are Not Genetic
As promised in a post a little while ago, here is the continuation of the theme. In the previous post I just touched on the fact that most if not all of the serious illnesses (both acute and chronic) that people eventually get inflicted with are not genetic but are actually due to the patient’s lifestyle. A partial list of the most common illnesses includes heart attacks, strokes, cancer, diabetes, gout, obesity, Alzheimer’s, digestive disorders, almost all of the newly named diseases such as ADHD, bi-polar disorder etc.
A recent discovery that links most of the known illnesses that people become afflicted with is inflammation. Inflammation is a condition where tissue or organs become swollen, filled with blood or other fluids, and the tissue becomes less capable of doing it’s designated function.
The known cause of inflammation is from irritation. The irritation is caused by substances that have been introduced to the body which are not compatible with the human body. These substances include the usual foods that most of the world population eat on a daily basis. The types of food which cause inflammation are all cooked foods, animal derived foods such as meats, dairy products and eggs, grain based foods such as breads, cereals, rice, beans, condiments such as vinegar, salt, pepper, spices, processed foods like white or brown sugars and trans fats, pasteurized foods, etc.
Slowly the medical community is finding that inflammation is the underlying cause of more and more known diseases. Eventually the facts will be known that nearly all of the diseases known to man will have some sort of inflammation associated with them. Once this is accepted by the medical community, then and finally then the stupidity of genetics being the cause of disease will be dropped and the real cause of inflammation (which in turn is caused by diet and lifestyle) will be accepted as the cause.
For those of you who are interested in this important topic, there are many articles available to be read online about this subject. I will not display the links here, I will leave it to you to do your own searches. If you need some guidance, please leave me a comment and I can help guide your searches.