Alchemical Nutrition

Nutrition of the future....

30. June 2017 11:19
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The need to keep an open mind!

30. June 2017 11:19 by Admin | 0 Comments

These days many revel in the impressive steps towards so called “evidence based nutrition” or as some would refer to it “distorting the evidence to accomplish a desired outcome”

It’s strange to me, but many naturopaths have long sought the recognition of orthodox medicine, however, I have always warned that this really shouldn’t be at any cost! 

So what are the key obstacles?

At a core level naturopaths hold an innate understanding that all disease comes from changes within (as outlined by Antoine Béchamp), trusting that we possess all the necessary tools desired to rectify the concerns, given the correct environment for recovery.

A naturopathic view point:

We appreciate that a disease state is simply a situation at any one given point in time, with the capacity to both retard and progress, creating a natural resistance to any approach where there’s a sudden disappearance of the symptoms, or continued tampering, believing this can only be pushing toxins ever deeper into the body, potentially manifesting a more serious issue for later in life. This is why any naturopath worth their salt can plot a client’s disease picture and empower them with a possible route back to good health, as outline by Herings Law of Cure.  It’s also worth noting that many of these principles and a strong challenge to orthodox thinking has been achieved by the science of epigenetics 

An evidence based approach:

More recently, one assumes, in an attempt to gain orthodox medicines recognition, there's been a desire by splinter groups, to develop a range of pseudo medical tests (many not excepted by orthodox medicine) designed to identify nutritional deficiencies, (assuming these are the route cause of disease) supported by restrictive protocols to treat people’s symptoms.  This is a model utilised by orthodox medicine, who believe in Louis Pasteur germ theory, believing that disease is caused by outward invaders that should be eradicated, which by its very nature is not holistic, even if you are claiming to use natural substances.  This approach lacks any core values or philosophy and therefore should not in our minds be considered naturopathic in any way.

It’s time to stop being scared by the unknown or unexplained and embrace our inner need to research the unknown, potentially unlocking an ability to learn so much more about our true potential and evolution.

For example

Cancer:  The mysterious miracle cases inspiring doctors

Somehow, she had healed herself of arguably our most feared disease. “Everyone was thrilled, and a bit puzzled,” Irvine says, with some understatement. “It shows that it is possible for the body to clear cancer – even if it is incredibly rare.”

Memory Transference in organ transplant recipients (could water hold a memory after all?)

An eight year-old girl, who received the heart of a murdered ten year-old girl, began having recurring vivid nightmares about the murder. Her mother arranged a consultation with a psychiatrist who after several sessions concluded that she was witnessing actual physical incidents. They decided to call the police who used the detailed descriptions of the murder (the time, the weapon, the place, the clothes he wore, what the little girl he killed had said to him) given by the little girl to find and convict the man in question 

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