One of the most dire mistakes you can make is to take your conventional doctors advice on the healing capabilities of the human body.
You have to realize, they were never trained to heal anyone. They were trained to diagnose and help you manage your disease with prescriptions.
They also hang out in circles that were never trained to heal anyone. As a result, they have never witnessed any healing either through their own practice or through their colleagues.
So ultimately when you ask if something can be healed through a natural or holistic approach, their answer is typically no. Not just because they are clueless on the inherent ability of the body to heal itself, but because their paycheque also depends on staying ignorant of that fact.
Due to this mindset, you get commonly parroted lines like “it’s hereditary”, which is essentially the dead end of the conversation. Bring up nutrition and they’ll often say “food can’t heal this condition”.
What a load of crap.
Genetics are malleable and are most easily optimized through nutrition. Genes can express themselves differently when given different “information” like they get through food.
Changing the input, changes the output.
It’s interesting to me the doctors will blame a poor diet for someone who is obese, but somehow food doesn’t influence the reversal of that or any other diseased condition?
Apparently food can only make a condition worse, not better. 🙄
Food is easily the biggest lever you can pull to have a positive impact on your health condition. Yet few have been taught how to heal with nutrition. The distractions are real and often laced with promises of weight loss or lowered inflammation.
At any rate, anyone who tells you that a health condition can’t be healed is either clueless about how the body works, paid by the pharmaceutical industry, and commonly both.
I’m neither of those, which is why I witness a lot of healing on my watch. It’s beautiful to see. Inspirational.
Try to get that at your doctors office.