Is Disease Reversible?

So you managed to develop a disease due to your lifestyle, habits or exposure to toxins or pathogens. Are you now set for life with the only option being to watch the natural progression of the disease and its effects? Or can you reverse the condition and go back to live prior. Mind you; I speak not of arresting the spread of the disease but an actual and complete reversal. It has happened before, and stories fill the Internet of such miracles. Are they miracles and few and far between or can all of us benefit?

Most Doctors today would tell you that most diseases, if not all, can indeed be reversed. Especially, lifestyle diseases prevalent in our world such as Type II Diabetes, Cardiovascular diseases or inflammation that could result in weak immunity. There are several cases of people who have reversed Type II Diabetes through diet, exercise, adequate sleep and lifestyle changes. Similarly, people with a weak lipid profile with low HDL, high LDL and high Triglycerides have used nutrition, exercise (even just regular walking) and adequate sleep, to improve their cardiovascular system. People who have developed cancer have used nutrition, especially foods with antioxidants, fasting and even curcumin to reverse or slow down the progress of the disease.

There is no real way to compare what would happen if you did not intervene versus the changes you make to your body once you do. Slowing or reversing the symptoms of the disease is one way of measuring. In my case, and now of many others, I have witnessed the reversal of the symptoms of Type II Diabetes. This reversal is cause for great hope among the millions who suffer. The human body has a fantastic ability to heal itself. So much so that even a severely damaged liver can regrow itself. All you need to do is give it a chance.


Ritesh is a born again health enthusiast and holds a Certificate in Physiology from Harvard Medical School and a Certificate in Nutrition from Tufts University.

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