A World Without Cancer and AIDS

by Edgar Enero

Publisher: Edgar Enero

Publication Date: May 16, 2015

ISBN: 9781310750458

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Common sense dictates that there are only two major causes of human diseases: parasites and man-made chemicals. If we could eliminate these two causes, our body could, by itself, eliminate any diseases for good. The use of man-made chemicals, like antibiotics, in eliminating parasites does not accomplish this task.

Man-made chemicals accumulate in the body causing long-term side-effects. Therefore, there is a need to avoid any form of man-made chemical treatments in favor of other alternative approaches.

Before going any further, one must understand that the human body is fully equipped with built-in mechanisms to protect itself from parasitic infections and chemical imbalance, i.e. auto-immune system and homeostasis.

The immune system is a complex defense mechanism which protects us from any parasitic infection, whether viral, bacterial, pathogenic, etc. Under optimal conditions, the immune system must be able to repel all viral and microbial attacks, or if not, will eventually learn to repel them in time.

Homeostasis is the body’s self-regulating process which maintains chemical balance, among others, to maintain stability while dynamically adjusting to conditions that are optimal for survival.

The human body is also capable of self-regeneration to some degree, e.g. wound healing.

This implies that wherever the wound is located, i.e. injured organs and tissues, it can be repaired through cellular regeneration. It can do so with higher efficiency when the body could concentrate more on the healing rather than on fighting off the infections or neutralizing bad chemicals. This is always the case because the human body’s ability to serve itself is directly limited to the amount of energy it can expend.

Indeed, the human body is complete in and of itself, and should have the ability to survive indefinitely in a perfect environment. With good nutrition, regular exercise, and adequate rest, we are assured of longer ...