This HND article takes another look at chronic disease—you know, those conditions responsible for around 70 percent of all deaths. For those keeping score at home, we examined this topic last year, from a different angle.
This time, we discuss three theories of the etiology of chronic disease, all related to a state of chronic inflammation: low-grade bacterial, viral, and fungal infections in the bloodstream and gut; stress; and toxic exposure. On the matter of toxic exposure, we highlight a new book, written by a big guru of naturopathic medicine, Joseph Pizzorno.
Oh yeah, there's also a fourth theory, albeit more of a conspiracy theory—Chronic disease will never be solved because there's way too much money in treating it.
Read the complete article.