When I was diagnosed with Celiac I was not interested in what medicine would help me. I don’t agree with the whole notion of disease care. What I mean is you taking a medicine of some sort to ease the manifestation of the disease.
Disease is the body trying to save itself. It’s not something that strikes us from some evil place. In my observation we spend more time thinking about how to care for the disease and stop it, maybe reverse it, than we do about where it came from and why.
Don’t you want to know WHY you got Celiac?
Some diseases aren’t our fault. In other words, because our parents and probably their parents ate so horribly (read: bad diet) they developed bad traits and passed them onto us and “bad genes.” But now we’ve learned that bad genes are not permanent, and we caused them in the first place.
I do believe Celiac can be cured. And it isn’t in a pill. It’s all back to diet and lifestyle. Get the body in a state where it can work the way it should, and it heals itself. Agree?
Instead, our bodies are overloaded with so much to process, both mentally and in our diets, that survival instead of healing is the most important issue. Ever wonder why people who check themselves into clinics somehow have miraculous healing or cures?
Do you think it can be done? Do you think this way is too simplistic? What am I overlooking? Have you had a cure?