Dawn Lester and David Parker
What Really Makes You Ill?
Dawn Lester and David Parker spent more than ten years investigating the real reasons that people become ill using an unbiased and logical approach that enabled them to follow the evidence with open minds.
The results of their investigation are revealed in their ground-breaking book, What Really Makes You Ill? Why Everything You Thought You Knew About Disease is Wrong.
As well as discussing the problems with the ‘germ theory’, they also discuss the following points:
1) There are no separate ‘diseases’; people only ever experience various combinations of symptoms, which have nothing to do with ‘germs’ or ‘genes’
2) There are reasons that people experience these symptoms, which are the body’s efforts to expel toxins and restore health
3) The causes of symptoms are what we refer to in our book as ‘the four factors’
4) All of this means that people are not victims but can take responsibility for their own health
The idea of exosomes have been around for over 30 years; what are exosomes?
The scientific information categorizing COVID-19 as a virus cannot be found
Koch’s postulates explained
Vaccinations have never been proven to confer immunity
The role of nutrition for keeping the system clean
Why do children pick up measles, mumps, chicken pox seemingly from one another?
The toxins we are exposed to on a daily basis
Practicing veganism the correct way; the real problem with processed vegan food; the more color on your plate, the better
What about sexually transmitted diseases; can they be passed around?
How poppers figured into the AIDS “epidemic”
Why antibody tests are a complete waste of time
Does 5G figure into the COVID pandemic
How stress damages the system on a cellular level
The biology of belief
and so much more!
Dawn Lester and David Parker on what really makes us ill and it is not a virus, bacteria or other alleged pathogens, November 3, 2020 ONE
Dawn Lester and David Parker on what really makes us ill and it is not a virus, bacteria or other alleged pathogens, November 3, 2020 TWO