Our health is determined by the way how we live influenced. A health-conscious lifestyle, physical activity, and a healthy diet have a positive effect on our health and help prevent illness. If you’re suffering from a health problem, be it big or small, all you’ll hear from the media or from doctors is, “take this drug or that drug” “pop a pill and make yourself feel better again”. Sure, those drugs do take the symptoms away. But, every time you stop taking them, the problem re-appears, isn’t it? And every time it re-appears, it gets much worse than it was in the first place. That’s because medicines SUPPRESS, not CURE. They do not remove the root of the problem. In this article, We discuss that wrong food is the root cause of all diseases.
Health is not only understood as the sole absence of illness but also includes physical, mental and social well-being (health definition according to WHO). The years of life spent in health are thus a measure of the quality of life.
The preventive potential of nutrition contributes significantly to maintaining or promoting good health. The optimal supply of all nutrients should counteract certain risk factors and prevent nutrition-related diseases.
The main cause of all diseases
Until recently, medicine firmly established the view that diseases penetrate the human body from the outside, having an external cause as its basis, and, thanks to an inevitable and inevitable law, poison man’s existence, cause him pain, and, eventually, he dies. Even modern medicine has not yet freed itself from this false concept. Bacteriology, the latest acquisition of humanity rejoices with each newly discovered bacillus, as a new figure in the mass of beings who are meant to endanger human life.
From a philosophical point of view, this concept differs from medieval superstition and idolatry only by the sounds of the name. Previously, this creature was definitely called “evil spirit”, and now it, causing all ailments, is a microscopically visible organism, the existence of which has been proved by experience.
When people think that diseases come as a result of heredity or infection from the outside, there is some truth in this, but not in the sense that the causative agent of the disease is the spirit hostile to life (demon) or some microorganism (bacillus). In fact, all diseases, without exception, as well as hereditary ones, despite the absence of certain hygienic conditions, derive exclusively from unclean, “unnatural” food and from every gram of excessive food.
Years of life in health
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, within Europe, the loss of many years of “health-years” is often attributed to diseases that nutrition plays a significant role in developing. Particularly relevant here are cardiovascular diseases, cancers and diabetes mellitus.
Depending on the type of illness, smoking, alcohol consumption, environmental pollutants and lack of exercise also play a decisive role. The lifestyle associated with increasing wealth causes an increase in these often chronic diseases.
WHO attaches a crucial role in prevention in non-communicable chronic diseases and therefore recommends action against the “deadly quartet”. According to the European Commission, an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise are the main causes of preventable diseases and low life expectancy in Europe, the same applies to other countries.
The “deadly quartet” includes the factors malnutrition, lack of exercise, smoking and alcohol abuse.
In addition to certain individual risk factors, chronic over- and malnutrition are among the main risks for the development of nutrition-related diseases. Most of these diseases are caused by the interaction of many factors to the outbreak. In addition to malnutrition, environmental factors, as well as heredity, are of importance. Nutrition-related diseases can be influenced by their development and course – albeit to varying degrees – by diet. In the case of existing diseases, treatment may also involve nutritional or nutritional therapeutic measures.
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Diseases due to the wrong diet
Scientists believe that more than 70% of all diseases in the western industrialized countries are nutritionally and lifestyle-induced. In particular, malnutrition, lack of exercise and overweight play a major role. But nicotine consumption and alcohol consumption also contribute to this. Many diseases are linked to lifestyle and nutrition, such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus, and cancer.
The best-known nutrition-related diseases are:
- Overweight or obesity,
- increased blood lipid levels,
- various cardiovascular diseases including hypertension,
- Type 2 diabetes and
Also, gout, liver cirrhosis, tooth decay, food intolerance, food allergies, certain cancers, and rheumatoid arthritis are among the nutrition-associated diseases.
Positively influence lifestyle
With a health-conscious lifestyle, many diseases can be avoided. But even with existing diseases, a lifestyle change can make a difference. On the following pages, we give you tips on how you can positively influence your lifestyle and thus contribute to many healthy years of life.