You can cancel your prospective date of death! There is a prognosis for the longevity of the chronically ill. You are not expected to survive beyond certain proscribed time spans if you have particular maladies.
Many medical professionals inadvertently help to propagate the death rate by giving treatment that contains the lowered prognosticated longevity rate as a standard of measure of progress as opposed to viewing the desired normal life expectancy as the goal for treatment.
Your health and your life should be your primary concern; you cannot allocate your responsibility to your medical professional. Yet, patients place their lives into the hands of medical professionals like livestock going to slaughterhouses: they view impending death from chronic disease as inevitable, and while it is inadvisable to abandon a medical regimen, the goal should be to get beyond the need for it. Medical professionals are for your use; however, they do not replace your responsibility for your self-care.
The human body has regenerative power. The body is able to heal. Medicine does not heal and often do not cure. Medicines manage illnesses as good health laws are observed and put into practice in order to restore the body to optimal health. It is more to be desirable to heal than merely to manage an illness. The body does not naturally contain medicine; therefore, the body cannot metabolize medicine into good health. The body’s building blocks are its nutrients and the body contains nutrients from conception.
Doctors tend to use nutrients sparingly in their practice. Nutrient supplements tend to be used only after a marked deficiency has rendered it imperative because at that point the patient is malnourished. Malnutrition should not come into play before one nourishes the body. It is important to consume nutritious meals for your health. “Whatever Miss T eats turns into Miss T.”
While better nutrition is an ongoing undertaking, with no immediately recognizable benefits in many instances, it behooves consumers to painstakingly consider what they consume. The cosmetic benefits of healthful eating are obvious in terms of weight control, beautiful skin, hair and nails; but more important is the robust health to be experienced. In addition, better nutrition will grant the energy to enjoy an active lifestyle rather than the sluggishness experienced with poor nutrition. An active lifestyle further increases robust health and greater energy. These and additional health laws are to be observed and respected in order to go from being chronically ill to having chronic illness go into complete remission. .
While some are religiously challenged, it is important to note that a sense of a greater good than oneself is paramount to having a perspective conducive to aspiring to greater goals and achieving higher heights. Otherwise, discouragement will overtake you. Accountability to someone other than oneself is necessary.
In addition, these and any lifestyle changes should be undertaken in gradual increments: it is possible to cook a live frog without the frog’s knowledge of it if it is slowly and gradually heated. Changes should be made one at a time and another not undertaken until the previous change has become routine or habitual. Popular ideology states that a habit takes a month for someone to create. It is a good idea to add changes monthly. For example, to go from drinking whole milk to drinking skim milk, lower the fat content as it is tolerable to do for you. Perhaps, you might start with 2% milk for a month; however, if 2% milk is not rich enough, then mix 2% with whole milk. The fat content can be reduced incrementally over time. Adding up good habits will create the changes in lifestyle needed to cancel your date of death schedule.
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