But that's just it, the doctor blames the gall bladder, the appendix, the kidney all of which are secondary results of any underlying condition.VOLUNTARIST TYPED:
"The proof is in the pudding and I have seen science based, clinically verified nutritional treatment work over and over again, and I have seen meds just fail."
Oh the peas versus pills dialogue.
Usually, eating the right foods (preferably vegetarian/vegan), regular physical exercises, correct body posture, happy state of mind, harmonious relationships, pollution-free ecosystem, financial stability, staying away from alcohol, tobacco, caffeine and sexual excesses and correct breathing techniques alleviates many lifestyle diseases which are usually related to functional disorders of otherwise healthy organs.
Well, all this works well in many cases concerning lifestyle diseases but has limited efficacy or completely fails in chronic ones or where complications in say the malfunctioning of an organ due to genetic flaws are concerned.
Remember, it's easier to treat functional disorders but difficult to tackle organic malformations where gene therapy or the new stem cell approach or invasive surgery offers some ray of hope.
Hey, there, take care!
Diabetes type 2 curable in your opinion,