Alternative Medicine - How to restore Health
How to RESTORE Health?
“The doctor of the future will give no
medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet
and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
Our bodies were created with an inbuilt, disease-protection / janitorial
system called the IMMUNE SYSTEM -
If you become sick, it is because your immune system has been
overwhelmed or is not working as it
should. Here lies the main key to our restoration plan:
Restore the immune system to its fully functioning capacity
by increasing cellular energy production
of its individual immune system cells,
thereby increasing their job performance.
Overall Treatment Plan
For those who want to improve and maintain their health
The main goal in any health plan is to increase the energy output of
your body's cells -
so that they can work correctly and efficiently to keep you healthy -
translated into action, this involves the following 3 steps:
Clean the Body's Cleaning Organs
- Attend to Diet, Lifestyle and Emotional State
Therapies to Target your Specific Health Problem
Solution for a Sustainable, Health-Promoting, Energy-Producing Cycle
By attending to the needs of Fire Pump each one of our cells, we essentially take
care of our whole body -
Our physical being
consists of approximately 100 trillion cells (nobody’s actually counted
them!), connected according to a wonderfully complex and structured design.
Obviously, our diet needs
to supply the cells’ primary structural components
(e.g. amino acids and minerals)
We also need to ensure that the power plants
(mitochondria) in our cells receive the
necessary raw materials for cellular
production - this is the key to
health, to enable our cells (and especially our
cells) to get on with their specific jobs, and keep our body “humming" -.
What do the “Power Plants”
in our cells
need to produce energy?
The number of mitochondria in a cell varies with cell type
(Eg. Red blood cells
have none [this special case allows more space for hemoglobin, enabling cell to
carry more oxygen, and also more flexibility to diffuse through capillaries],
muscle cells can contain hundreds and liver cells about 1000- 2000 mitochondria).
Their cumulative energy output determines how well the cell can function.
therapies address one or more of the following:
Provide the body’s cells with
Aid delivery of
to the cells
Aid waste removal from cells