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Trying to understand what is happening with the patient's health, I ask the following questions:
· What was the original cause of irritation or damage?
· What prevents the recovery of the body?
· What is missing for his recovery?
As a rule, the answer to the first two questions is traditional: excessive exposure to toxins, which we undergo in our daily life; the air we breathe; the water that we drink and that we wash; the premises in which we live and work; cosmetics that we use; the food we eat is all saturated with chemicals, alone or in combination with each other, causing damage both to us and to all other living creatures inhabiting our planet.
Symptoms are alarms that warn us and require us to change in our lifestyle that threatens our health. Do not pay attention to them is tantamount to madness.

Toxins irritate tissues, damage the body's own cells and kill other cells present in it, which are necessary to maintain its health. When the body tries to protect itself and recover from the damage it has caused, toxins often prevent it from doing so. They bind useful chemicals and prevent them from performing their functions. They constantly irritate cells, forcing inflammatory, allergic and protective mechanisms to act longer and more intense.

Minerals, vitamins and other nutrients in food - the answer to the third question. All substances necessary for the body to carry out chemical reactions and the formation of its tissues are provided by nature itself, if we observe its establishment.
The desire for comfort and greed encourages us to grow and breed animals in violation of these regulations, resulting in a shortage of substances necessary for the body to perform its functions. Mass production on depleted soils provides agricultural products with a low nutrient content. Then we irradiate it, grease it with wax and turn it into various products, saturated with toxins, which are contained in preservatives and additives. Breeding livestock, chickens and fish on an industrial scale is also not conducive to obtaining healthy products.
Therefore, foods contain insufficient nutrients and are the largest source of toxic chemicals. Add to this the thousands of other chemicals present in our daily lives, as well as invisible eyes of toxic effects (thoughts, emotions, radiation), and you get all the conditions for the development of chronic diseases.
Regardless of whether toxins are the primary or secondary cause of the disease, it seems to be an integral part of it, since no one can completely avoid this effect.

Everything is interconnected in such a complex way and often with so many links between the root cause and the end result that it is impossible to trace the origin of each reaction. It is time to face the truth, no matter how disturbing it may be. We kill ourselves with the very chemicals that we have invented to make our lives easier. Before it's too late, you need to take immediate action.
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