When there’s a problem, the smartest thing to do is to get to the root of the problem.
If the root of the problem, let’s say in the case of somebody with cancer, is that they have a tumor and it’s operable, the smartest thing might be to just remove it surgically, and the problem is now gone.
Then, the patient would have to spend time looking into their diet, their lifestyle and their environment, because they don’t want a tumor to return. That doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t follow a modern scientific logical approach to medicine and check ups.
Meanwhile, at the same time, they have to take a holistic approach and correct the mistakes that could lead to problems.
There’s no doctor or governmental agency that would disapprove of seeing that the first place to spend time is to clean up your diet until you get it to an A+. Then, when you can take that factor out of the equation by referring to the articles that I wrote about nutrition. In those articles, I am explaining how to get to an A+ diet. Some people cannot handle that journey. They don’t have the strength, yet, to give up addictive stuff.
Your body and your mind communicate in ways that are completely indescribable by science, but nonetheless, they do interact. You, also, need to have a way of dealing with your emotions and your psychological world to keep you happy and in a positive place.
The next thing that you have to do is you have to become a genius of the subject matter of what is ailing you. You've got to do a lot of intelligent research. I would avoid reading lots of internet nonsense that does not come from a reputable, credible writer. The person, or the source of, who wrote the article is more important than what’s in it. What message did they use to validate their statements?
There are people out there that would tell you to take certain superfoods or certain supplements and I would avoid just buying "stuff" to solve your problems.
I do recommend that in combination with a healthy diet, exercise and de-stressing techniques, you take good probiotic supplement.
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