Says 179 – Medical Community searching for cure, not cause.

In the  course of my journey, I’ve come to discover that the so-called medical community is 95% out of touch with reality and have no interest in finding the CAUSE of a medical or emotional problem, but to find a CURE… which… BTW, are not one and the same.  Of course, the bottom line is to not heal the patients, but to create CUSTOMERS and make MONEY.
179 painI came upon this post…
The Connection Between Your Thyroid and Chronic Pain That Doctors Miss Every Time on a friends facebook page and after reading the article, I felt I needed to make a comment and also post it to my blog.

That this is another part-truth… Sure there is a connection between your thyroid and chronic pain. but what the so-called Dr. Westin Childs, a so-called leading expert in thyroid health fails to address, is why the thyroid is not functioning properly. And it’s NOT… repeat…. NOT…. because of a T3 or T4 level problem.

<quote> He linked tissue level hypothyroidism as one of the main causes of Fibromyalgia. And he did this through a concept known as ‘deductively formulated theory‘. <end quote>

This academic egotistical moron likes to compare himself to Albert Einstein. <quote> (This is the same logic that Albert Einstein used to come up with his hypotheses – like the theory of relativity)<end quote> but he isn’t even close. He hasn’t looked for the fundamental CAUSE. The thyroid is part of the much larger endocrine system and any mental, emotional and physical stress on the Body, affects this system, and in turn, the entire body.

Says 41 – Warm and cold blooded (internal fire or the sun for life)

April 10 I watched a TV program this morning about python hunters in Florida. They came upon a python that was partly eaten and when they went to pick it up, it moved, it was still alive. At first they couldn’t figure out what was going on but when they began to examine the injury they determined that it was the result of birds that had pecked at it. They then noticed several vultures in nearby trees and they put two and two together and determined that the snake had been caught out in the open when the weather had turned cooler and it couldn’t get to shelter. That was when the vultures decided to make a meal of it as the python was too cold and too slow to defend itself. They had dragged the snake into the sunlight to examine its wounds and within a few minutes, the heat of the sun revived the snake and gave it the energy to try to get away.

I know that reptiles, fish and insects are cold blooded animals and don’t have an internal source of heat (fire) and so they need the sun to warm their blood and give them the ability to move, to animate life.

I feel that in humans and most other mammals that are warm blooded, that this is where Heart and the blood come in as that’s where the fire of life comes from. Heat is transferred by the blood to all parts of the Body and keep our core temperature and vital organs at a near constant rate of 98.6 degreed F (37degrees C). If we are sick and bacteria and viruses are attacking our Body, then it is our blood that tries to fight off the invaders, but the battle also throws off our Bodies ability to maintain its proper temperature as the glands regulating our bodies temperature are also affected by the invaders.

The hypothalamus is located in the brain next to the pineal and pituitary gland and is said to control our bodies temperature. So while the hypothalamus is the thermostat, it’s not the furnace that produces the heat. The hypothalamus is also a part of our endocrine system. Another gland that is also part of this system is the thymus gland that sits just above our heart. While the thymus also fights disease, it’s also known in ancient times as the life force.

I’m wondering if this gland is somehow our mini furnace? Something has to be generating this heat and it’s not just the by product of our Body digesting food, as people that haven’t eaten for days still maintain their body heat. The other thing is that if the digesting of food was responsible for creating body heat, then we should be hotter after a meal as we have more food to put in the fire. Something is going on that science hasn’t picked up on, or they have and are keeping it a secret… So the big question is, what is producing our internal fire or heat source to maintain life?