Taking ResponsibilityIt's easy to engage in the sham game of placing blame elsewhere and then looking for pity when you're sick. When I was suffering from colitis, it was quite satisfying to shake my fist at cruel fate, which I saw as punishing me for no good
Doctors like to play along with this game too. Oh, no, no, colitis could never be caused by diet, they assured me. They admitted that they didn't have a good grasp of the cause, but they certainly wouldn't blame me, who, after all, was eating plenty of protein and some sides of vegetables.
When I was overweight, it was cruel, cruel genetics that was the cause, certainly not my SAD diet and lack of regular exercise. Doctors would rather blame fate than acknowledge that a well-kept body is capable of using natural cures to heal itself of just about anything.
Whether you're suffering from cancer, type two diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, heart disease, or most of the unnecessary diseases that ail us, the sad but true fact is that you've brought it on yourself.
Taking responsibility can be a hard thing to do, but once you have, you can empower yourself to correct the causes of disease and enact the natural cures that are innate in all of us.
The Big Misunderstanding
The current medicinal concept of curing disease, and the industry's amazing rate of failure in doing so, stems from a misunderstanding of what disease is. Why do we suffer from cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and lesser maladies like Colitis? It's our food and our lifestyle.
As Professor T. Colin Campbell of Cornell University pointed out in his excellent book, "The China Study," even those who just take the basic dietary steps of cutting out meat, dairy and eggs from their diet while increasing their intake of fruits and vegetable see their rates of cancer, heart disease, and other diseases of affluence plummet.
And these are individuals who are not even
eating a healthy raw food diet.
Raw food health is on another level
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