How Holistic Approaches to Autoimmune Disorders Can Unlock Healing Potential

I'll get into specific autoimmune disorders later, but today I'd like to talk about them in general. I have a completely different perspective on them than traditional Western medicine. In a genuine sense, I don't believe they exist. That is, I don't believe that a person's body decides, 20 or 30 years after birth, screw you, I'm going to destroy you now.

I believe there was an insult to the body that we can correct if we can find it. If we can rectify the problem, we will be able to remove the "autoimmune" problem rather than just manage it. I frequently observe a chemical injury combined with a dietary insufficiency. I've witnessed chemical insults in the air, food, and medication. In the case of Celiac disease, I frequently find a complete collapse of the gut.

In the case of celiac disease, the first step is to clear the liver and kidneys so that the inflammation and waste may exit; this is crucial in most cases. The parasitic infections can then be eliminated. Once the parasite infections have been treated, it is possible to begin reducing general intestinal inflammation. Nutrient absorption is impaired in the presence of intestinal inflammation.

This reduces your body's ability to repair. Once the inflammation is gone and the body can absorb nutrients again, the gut can be healed and the organs refilled/fed. This procedure takes 3-10 months but is not tough. Cleaning the liver is essential for many of today's autoimmune disorders.

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