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(NaturalHealth365) For the 16 million Americans who currently suffer from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), addressing the condition really can be a “matter of life and breath.”
COPD, which causes airflow from the lungs to be blocked, is characterized by difficulty breathing, persistent cough, wheezing and excess mucus production. Currentlythe third leading cause of death in the nation, COPD also heightens the risk of developing respiratory infections and pneumonia.
“Leave your drugs in the chemist’s pot if you can cure the patient with food.”-Hippocrates, 420 BC
(Collective-Evolution) Slowly but surely the world is waking up to the reality that diabetes is not only a preventable but a reversible condition, and that the drug-based model of symptom suppression and disease management has fatal flaws. For instance, some of the drugs used to treat type 2 diabetes actually increase the risk of death, with a recent study showing GMO insulin given to type 2 diabetics may lead to the development of so-called “double diabetes“: type 2 and type 1 diabetes, together. Clearly, if medicine can’t at least abide by its founding principle to “do no harm,” it must seek the answer somewhere other than from the “chemist’s pot.” →
In recent years the medical community, including mainstream medicine and world health groups, have become increasingly alarmed by the proliferation of multidrug-resistant bacteria and the rising toll of death and illness that we’re now facing — and with very good cause. After all, literally millions of people are dying, worldwide, from bacterial infections. In the….Read more