How Can Chronic Disease Be Avoided?

Posted on Oct 17, 2010 in Uncategorized

More people are being diagnosed with chronic disease today than ever before, and the impact on the cost of health care and productivity is staggering. With all the advances in medical science, one would have hoped that the onset of disease would have decreased. Instead, it has done the exact opposite with an increasing number of people relying more on public health systems around the world.

Chronic disease can be defined as a disease that is long-lasting or recurrent. In other words, these illnesses can last for months or even years. The effects of chronic disease can in most cases be debilitating as the patient is often no longer able to work and in many cases is no longer self-sufficient. Some of these conditions include: chronic fatigue syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular diseases. Did you know that nearly half of all Americans have a chronic medical condition of one kind or another? In fact, at least 70% of all deaths in the United States can be attributed to chronic disease.

These are extremely worrying facts that confront us today. Are we a population in decline? Are we generally becoming sicker or is there something else that is to blame? Why are more and more children being diagnosed with asthma and other respiratory diseases? Could our addiction to fossil fuels lead to our ultimate demise? As the situation deteriorates, the need to find answers to these questions becomes ever more urgent. The urgency to take control of our lives has led to a lot of confusion due to the many books, clubs and gurus that sprung up, each with their own philosophy.

Which of these philosophies are right? Are these based on scientific medical research or do they rely on purely religious considerations? Choosing a path can be a daunting task in your first step to improving your health. But there are a couple of key issues that need to be considered, such as: how are chronic diseases caused? Is it possible to avoid them? Is it too late once you have already been diagnosed with a chronic disease or is there a chance that it can be cured?

An authoritative voice on the subject is Dr. Rashid Buttar who has spent years putting together his bestseller, “The 9 Steps to Keep the Doctor Away”. In this book Dr. Buttar shares his extensive knowledge on the subject of chronic disease, toxicity and the inextricable link between them. He will describe to you in precise detail how toxins are absorbed into the body and how they trigger off a chain of reactions that caused millions of healthy cells to become free radicals that can lead to cancers and other chronic diseases.

The book itself sets out a plan to help you rid the body of toxins and to bring it back to optimal health. We may not always be able to avoid absorbing all toxins because they are everywhere. However, we can deal with them effectively and without creating more side effects in the process. We just have to know how, and “The 9 Steps to Keep the Doctor Away” is a definite must read to get.

www.The9Steps.com