Degenerative Diseases

Definition Degenerative disease is the result of a continuous process based on degenerative cell changes, affecting tissues or organs will increasingly deteriorate over time, whether due to normal bodily wear or lifestyle choices such as exercise or eating habits.[1] Degenerative diseases are often contrasted with infectious diseases. Common degenerative diseases

Do all degenerative diseases have a common cause? Aging, as well as degenerative diseases, are the result of a lifetime of assaults upon our body cells. Medical science has realized that all disease occurs on a cellular and molecular level. The process that results in what we call “aging” is slowly being understood. For example, we now know that from the time we are first formed in our mother’s womb, our cells are producing destructive particles known as “free radicals”, and that over a lifetime these free radicals chip away at the health of our cells, like water wearing away a stone, until the cells are so weakened they begin to malfunction. We call this process aging, and in extreme cases, degenerative disease. Free radical destruction of body cells IS THE CAUSE of degenerative disease. For more and greater detailed information read: “Health and Nutrition Secrets that can save your life” by Dr Russel L. Blaylock MD


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