- Reactions to food, animal hair, feathers, grass, dust, pollen or mould
- Breathing difficulties
- Recurrent infections
- Chronic tiredness or just feeling off
- Sensitivity to chemicals in the workplace or home
- Weight gain
- Digestive problems
- Difficulty with memory and concentration
- Hormonal imbalances
- Skin conditions
- Unhealthy teeth or dental material causing illnesses
All of these unwelcome conditions share something in common. Inflammation.
Inflammation can be identified when we experience redness, heat, swelling, pain, and loss of function anywhere in the body. Inflammation is present in our body’s response to threat and is effective in the short term. But what if it doesn’t turn off?
Dr John Hache DNM, describes inflammation as an electron event. Our cells carry electrons to an injured area to break down an intruder and deal with it. Sometimes the problem free radicals cannot be neutralised by the electron energy source and an acute problem becomes an unresolved chronic area of inflammation that does not turn off. Our bodies can attempt to protect us by sealing off this inflamed area which can continue to leak infected matter over years. Chronic diseases tend to get diagnosed according to the part of the body where this inflammatory material ends up.
In their book Current Medicine, Drs John, and Lorry Hache state that ” One of the most revealing Science based research projects in the medical field is in the fact that inflammation seems to be the precursor to most known medical conditions that affect all biological models, animal or human. In fact, it is the culprit behind almost every chronic illness.”
Current Medicine 2nd Ed Dr John Hache DNM,PhD and Dr Lorry Hache, PsyD Copyright Pacific Health Options Inc 2018 P21.