The body can heal itself
Can the body perform a process of self-healing in the face of illness?
The answer is yes!
The body has the incredible ability to heal itself and depending on the condition or disease, it can heal quickly. The rehabilitation of our body is a process that can take months or years, but the good news is that self-healing is possible. Whether you get the flu or in a more extreme case suffer
from coronary heart disease, arthritis and other related, you can achieve a satisfactory recovery in the short to medium term.
The more you learn about the functioning of the human body and nutrition, the better prepared you will be to make the necessary decisions that will allow you to improve your quality of life. As an example, a flu that usually lasts from 7 to 14 days, you can do it between a day and a half to two, because you will know what to do to accelerate the self-healing process.
The optimal state of health is spontaneously generated by the human organism when it is provided with the necessary tools or instruments such as consuming the proper foods and supplements, exercising, fasting and sleeping the necessary hours. As an element to highlight, fasting: is placed as a tool for self-healing because it allows, by not consuming food, for the body to devote all its energy to healing, to correct what is wrong. Have you ever noticed that when you get seriously ill, don’t you get hungry? Well that is a type of fasting induced by your brain to achieve the above described.
Health and illness are not antagonists. Disease processes such as diarrhea, fever, and inflammation are not only natural, they are necessary attempts of the body to regain optimal health. Attempts to suppress these adaptive and eliminative processes with drugs and other invasive treatments can create problems by interfering with the body's self-healing mechanisms.
Disclaimer: first things first. Keep in mind that Cibatio does not support nutrition as a supplement or a replacement for medications. This message talks about the nature or science of the self-recovery of the human body, and does not intend to be medical advice.