What Your Body & Doctor Is Not Telling You

What Your Body & Doctor Is Not Telling You

It's not that you're imagining things, or that your doctor is being unhelpful. Your body is telling you something, and it's important for everyone to know about what it is saying. But most doctors don't listen when they hear this message (or are afraid of what they might find), so I'm going to tell you what my body says when something doesn't feel right:

You need to take care of your body as much as you would a new car.

Your body is like a car, it needs maintenance. In the same way that you wouldn’t want to drive a beat-up used car for very long and end up with catastrophic damage, your health will eventually suffer if you don’t take care of it properly. Your doctor may recommend regular checkups and even tests from time to time but they won't tell you how much time or money they are costing (or what they will cost).

Your body only has so many miles on it...

We all know that the body is a machine. It needs fuel to run, and it needs maintenance. If you don't take care of your car, then it won't last as long as it could have. This is also true for humans: if you don't treat your body well, it will age faster than normal or break down completely. Our bodies are like cars—you can't just go out and buy another one when something goes wrong with yours!

If you want to keep going strong into old age (and beyond), then make sure that everything in your life supports that goal—your diet, exercise routine, sleep habits...everything!

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for people in the United States.

It can cause heart attacks, heart failure, chest pain, and arrhythmias. The main cause of heart disease is a build-up of plaque in your arteries that narrows them and decreases blood flow to parts of your body.

Heart disease begins when fatty plaques (called atherosclerosis) build up inside an artery wall. Plaque gradually accumulates until it blocks off an entire vessel or part of one vessel; this leads to narrowing or blockage of blood flow through that area.

Diabetes is one of the most common diseases in the world today. It occurs when your body can’t use glucose properly and it affects your blood sugar levels.

It’s a very common disease, affecting more than 30 million people in the United States alone. Diabetes can lead to heart disease, kidney disease, blindness, and amputation. It may also cause other problems such as high blood pressure (hypertension), nerve damage, or even death if left untreated. In some cases it may be managed with diet, exercise, and medication; however, there are many myths surrounding diabetes so let's bust them!

High blood sugar is when your blood glucose levels are high and above normal. If untreated it can lead to diabetes or damage blood vessels, kidneys, eyes, and nerves.

So what is high blood sugar?

High blood sugars are caused by either too much insulin (in people with diabetes) or not enough insulin (in those without). When your body doesn't produce enough insulin to transport sugar from food into cells for energy production, it releases extra amounts into the bloodstream. This causes what's known as hyperglycemia - which means "too much sugar."

How to lower my risk of developing type 2 diabetes? Eat a healthy diet rich in fruits and vegetables that includes fiber-rich whole grains like brown rice instead of white rice; limit processed foods such as cookies/chocolate bars/ice cream etc.; drink water instead of sugary drinks like soda pop or sports drinks during workouts; avoid excess weight gain if you're overweight already because excess weight puts you at higher risk for developing type 2 diabetes over time.

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia—a group of brain disorders that impacts memory, thinking, and behavior.

Alzheimer's disease is a progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys memory, thinking, and behavior. As the condition progresses it can lead to severe problems with language, swallowing, and walking. The symptoms start between age 65 and 75 for people who do not have any family history of AD or other forms of dementia (such as Lewy Body Dementia).

Here are four natural remedies to help prevent diseases and live a healthier life...

  • Organic Amla Powder - Amla powder helps provide all the essential nutrients needed in preventing heart diseases such as vitamins A, C, E, and B-complex.
  • Organic Moringa Powder - Moringa powder helps prevent diabetes by lowering blood sugar levels.
  • Organic Neem Powder - Neem powder helps regulate cholesterol levels in the gut.
  • Organic Turmeric Powder - Turmeric powder is a natural anti-inflammatory that helps prevent Alzheimer’s from spreading by improving cognitive function as well as reducing inflammation. Turmeric (Curcuma longa) has been used for centuries to treat inflammation and arthritis pain. It has been found to lower bad cholesterol while increasing good cholesterol levels. It also improves glucose control when eaten regularly.

Why doctors are recommending natural remedies alongside usual treatment?

When it comes to treating disease, doctors recommend natural remedies alongside usual treatment. They do this because they know that some diseases are caused by factors outside of the body and even though you may be taking medication, there's still no guarantee that it'll work. For example, if you have high blood pressure (hypertension), your doctor might recommend taking blood pressure medication like hydrochlorothiazide or spironolactone in order to lower high blood pressure levels. However, these drugs don't cure hypertension completely—they only treat it temporarily until more serious treatments can be implemented later down the road.

Natural remedies for hypertension include things like black pepper extract or cayenne pepper powder which contain compounds known as capsaicinoids which help reduce inflammation in your body and slow down the rate at which oxygen gets into cells through its vascular walls (the walls between arteries and veins). These ingredients can be found in many foods such as black pepper seeds (which are crushed up), cayenne peppers ("red" ones), ginger root ("yellow"), etc., but they all have similar effects on regulating how much oxygen gets into each cell so they all work effectively together towards getting rid of high blood pressure.

Natural remedies that have been around for centuries help us live longer, healthier, and more vibrant lives.

Natural remedies do not replace medicine, but they can be used to complement it. For example, the Mediterranean diet is known for its heart health and general wellness benefits. This type of lifestyle change may help you reduce your risk of developing certain diseases and conditions such as heart disease or diabetes.

Natural remedies also play a role in preventing illness by helping your body ward off infection or disease before it begins to spread throughout your body. Some examples include herbs like garlic which has been shown to prevent colds by boosting immunity; others take advantage of the body's natural response to fight off infections when applied topically (such as echinacea) or orally (such as probiotics).

Now that you know what your body and doctor aren’t telling you, you can make better decisions about your health. The next time something happens that doesn't seem right, ask yourself: “Is this symptom indicating a problem? Or is it just an average reaction to the stresses of everyday life?” With these questions in mind, you will be able to get back on track with your health and keep it in check!