WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
What You Should Know About the Causes of Disease and Cancer
When it comes to health, we have been conditioned to trust our doctors and the authorities to look out for our best interests. Even though we have more medical services, more research, and more medicines, in the market than ever, we are contrary to such advancement, dealing with more disease, more drug consumption, more toxins, and much higher statistics of chronic disease than ever before.
The dilemma one may find oneself in when diagnosed with a dreaded condition, involves the weighing up of conditioned trust vs what you know. A dilemma between following a conventional program that may be most harmful to my health and where I may succumb to the treatment itself, vs doing the unconventional, following a road less travelled that may make more logic, but may be laden with challenge of the unfamiliar self-examining and addressing (identifying the cause, food, drink, thought, immune function), vs doing nothing at all and succumbing to the condition.
Your health remains your responsibility. Ultimately, you will have to deal with the side-effects and consequences of your choices. Making informed decisions by reviewing several options, side-effects (long and short term), rather than being guided by fear. This is a good opportunity to apply yourself to a committed lifestyle change to take control of your health and your life. Research by reading more about things that affect your wellness.
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