Health and Wellness

Healthy Cells, Healthy Immune System, Healthy Body

Our immune system was designed specifically to heal our bodies and keep them healthy. So why are so many failing these days?

There are many factors that cause our immune systems to function poorly - diet, lack of exercise, too much stress and how we handle it, pollutants and contaminants in the air and water, toxins in our food supply, body care and cleaning products among many other factors. But taking our health seriously doesn't have to be burdensome and confusing.

I don't know anyone who wants to be sick or die of disease but sadly that's what is happening to so many people. Death is a sure thing, but disease doesn't have to be.

If you're interested in strengthening your immune system allowing it to do its job, which is to heal your body, then go to Amazing Molecules . Find out how healthy cells make for a healthy body and then contact me!

Sunday, December 13, 2009

The H1N1 Flu: What's really going on?

The H1N1 Swine Flu pandemic is being called into question. A pandemic, which is world-wide as opposed to an epidemic, which is in a concentrated area, is usually very serious declaration or else there would be no need to alarm anyone.

The World Health Organization (WHO), back in April 2009, declared the H1N1 a pandemic. Did they jump the gun?

While it’s true that about 10,000 deaths have been reported due to the H1N1 flu, people also die from seasonal flu. In fact, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) stated that on average 36,000 people in the US die each year from seasonal flu. While it’s important to understand how to protect yourself from getting any flu or any illness/disease, is all the hype about H1N1 really necessary? According to Mark Strassmann from CBS News, it is. Click here to listen to Mark Strassmann’s report on H1N1.

In another report, Sharyl Attkisson, a CBS News correspondent and investigative reporter in Washington, DC, uncovered the facts about the H1N1 Flu.

Around September 2009, Sharyl received tips from people in different segments of public healthcare telling her that the CDC recommended that they stop testing for and stop tracking H1N1 flu. A cause for concern? Why would the CDC recommend they stop? The reason was either the flu was so serious that they didn’t want to cause panic or it wasn’t serious at all. This was what the people who contacted Sharyl wanted to know. So with that, she began her investigation. You can hear Sharyl’s interview with Dr. Mercola (a very reliable source) by clicking here.

While the flu can be fatal and is a serious matter, it’s important to understand the reason why we get sick. There are different theories about this, one which relies on the germ theory and one which relies on how strong or weak our immune system is.

The germ theory basically blames disease and illness on germs while the other recognizes that a strong healthy immune system will fight off the germs. So a good question to ask is, if germs cause disease then why doesn’t everyone get sick or diseased from them? The reason is as simple as this: A strong, healthy immune system will fight off germs and infection while a weakended or compromised immune system will not have the ability to do so. The germs will overpower the good cells which are not able to multiply quickly enough to fight the germs off. Because most medical doctors rely soley on the germ theory, they believe that medication, vaccinations and medical procedures are necessary while dismissing the fact that our immune systems were created by God to keep us healthy.

The reason why so many people get sick all the time and “catch” colds and other contagious illnesses is not because of the germs but because their immune systems are not healthy and strong enough to fight off the germs. This makes sense when you think about why some get sick and some don’t when exposed to the same germs at the same time.

I’d also like to ask this question: Shouldn't the government and the WHO declare a pandemic on death by healthcare? According to T. Collin Campbell, PhD in his book entitled, The China Study, 225,400 people die each year as a result of healthcare mistakes whether it be from medication errors, unnecessary surgery, hospital borne infections, adverse drug reactions, or other preventable errors in hospitals. The fact that this is not public knowledge or at the very least not “advertised” causes me to wonder why. How about you?  It  confirms the fact that "we, the people" are only given information "they" want us to know.  It also confirms the fact that the truth is being suppressed.  

Before we believe anyone or make any important decisions, shouldn't we know the facts? It is not enough to read the newspaper or watch the news. From these sources you will only get the information they want you to know. Not only that but some information is reported incorrectly. It is our responsibility to ask questions and seek out the facts for ourselves in order to make an informed and intelligent decision.

~ Lisa

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