Excess weight, obesity, hypertonia, type II diabetes, thyroid insufficiency, urinary stone disease, uratosis.
In the literature about obesity and other metabolic deviations, the genetic origin of these diseases is often emphasized. Indeed, statistics show that overweight parents are more likely to have overweight children. The same goes for people who have diabetes and for people who suffer from cardiovascular diseases. It is often assumed that there is an inclination to a certain illness encoded in the genes and passed on from one generation to the next.
As for the character of these illnesses (cardiovascular, incretory, etc.), scientists believe that the disposition for them has to do with the mechanisms that are independent from genetic mutations.
It can be assumed that a significant part of “genetic dispositions” towards certain chronic diseases has to do with modification genetics, which is dependent on the fact that, in the 20th century, several generations of people have already exposed themselves to the constant influence of human-created, toxic agents that enter the organism in the forms of food, water and oxygen. The foundations of the reasons for the drastic increase in recent years in the number of children, teenagers and young people suffering from diabetes to different degrees of severity have been laid out for decades. It can seem as though there is no escape from the situation which a significant part of the population of advanced countries has put itself in. Luckily, that is not the case. A living organism is such a wise system that, upon the reduction of the constant pressures of pathogen factors, it finds ways to adjust and repair its unbalanced mechanisms and compensate for lost functions.
Nutrition is a crucial, life-generating function of the organism, but it also applies the most significant pressure, as the most important factor of a foreign, outside environment on the immune system of the organism. There is a reason why roughly 70% of the tissues of the immune system are located on the borders between the digestive tract and the circulatory system.
Proper selection of food, that does not create problems for digestion and undesired immune reactions, accompanied by the overproduction of ballast antibodies, leads to an immediate positive effect in the treatment of metabolic diseases and certain hormonal violations. A significant decrease in the level of circulating antibodies and in those that are fixed on the cell surfaces allows for the increase in the sensitivity of the tissues to insulin and other hormones, improves their transportation through cell membranes, and allows for the relief of tissues from excess liquids and toxic bioactive elements.
According to ImmunoHealth™ statistics, in almost all of the patients with type-2 diabetes, a significant decrease in the blood sugar level is observed. Weight is reduced by more than 10% in 86% of the patients. Because of the improvement in the sensitivity of tissues to hormones, many doses of hormones during substitutive therapy can be reduced or completely eliminated. After the decrease of nutritional pressure, the liver functions better, which significantly influences biochemical indicants.
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