Is it possible to prevent autoimmune disease? How do we not get it in the first place? Well, remember not everyone gets autoimmune disease, okay. In the state it’s about, I think, six or 7% of the population. That means that 90 plus one get it. How do you prevent getting autoimmune disease? Well you prevent autoimmune disease by the same way you would prevent any other disease, by living the right kind of life, eating the right kind of food, and minimizing your exposure to chemicals. Chemicals are very much linked up with cancer and autoimmune disease like phosphate from our wonderful company Monsanto, now is being pulled from the shells in the EU region. In Europe, it’s banned, because it’s cancer causing. If you’re using glyphosate, you need beating around the head with a soft object pretty obviously if you’re still using that stuff.
I hope it gets banned quite quickly here in New Zealand, because I hate seeing it being sprayed around the place. When you use chemicals around the house, in the kitchen, in the bathroom, in the garden in the laundry, and the garage, you just exposing and exposing your risk increasingly for an immune disorder, particularly if you’re washing your hands constantly all the time. These antibacterial soaps, I never use them. I use plain soap, basic soap. Just soap, I suppose, but none of this fancy stuff.I prefer to expose my hands to garden soil and things like that purposely and walk bare feet. I allow more bacteria on the body and in the body. Eating healthy food, developing a really good digestive health, with no gas, no bloating, with normal bowel motions, with normal body weight, normal BMI. This is how you’re going to reduce your risk of developing an autoimmune disease by minimizing your stress. How many times have I spoken about that on this channel? I don’t know. About looking at what really stresses you out and trying to understand the connection between your occupation, your relationships and your health.
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These are the things that need fixing up if you want to minimize your risk for developing autoimmune disease. We know that the stress angle is very big with this condition, and we know the bug angle. Bacteria and viruses is big. We also know the exposure to chemicals is big. So if you look at those three big components and work on those, we’re going to reduce our risk. There are of course things that we can’t minimize, our genetic risk. But if you’ve got everything else sorted, I still think you’re going to have a hell of a lot less chance of developing immunity. You know what I mean? You get the point. Thanks for tuning in to this series on autoimmunity.