Let’s face it. No one in this country – not you, me, or anyone else in the world, for that matter — is unaffected by disease. Some of us have suffered from disease ourselves, and practically every one of us has a loved one who is (or has been) a victim of a devastating disease — or even died from it.
This is not the utopian future we all expected the year 2009 would bring. As a matter of fact, we are living the exact opposite of any idealized lifestyle that any of us can imagine.
We live in a world where we have to pay money if our bodies fail us. We live in a world where we need even more money if we are fortunate enough to live past 70 years of age. And we live in a world where common diseases have become epidemic and where we are constantly faced with pandemic strains of various viruses and deadly bugs looming always on the horizon.
…and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
When you put all the sobering disease statistics together, you begin to realize that there’s no escaping disease. Whatever you do, there’s a strong probability that you’ll acquire one or more diseases in your lifetime (if you haven’t already) — and you also run the risk of even dying from it.
The good news is that you and your loved ones no longer have to be the victim of disease. You no longer have to fear that disease will randomly invade your body and cause you to suffer or become deathly ill.
You no longer need to be terrified that your poor health habits or the unhealthy lifestyle you’ve had in the past will come back to haunt you in the form of some awful disease.
What’s more, there’s no longer a reason to worry that you will one day acquire a disease that runs in your family (like cancer, for instance). And you won’t have to dread getting older because of the “inevitable” degenerative diseases that could plague you as you age.
When you finally realize that disease is nothing more than a condition that occurs when your body is oxygen deficient at the cellular level (and therefore an ideal habitat for disease microorganisms, viruses and pathogens) – you don’t have to be scared of it anymore.
Even if you receive a doctor’s diagnosis that you have an incurable — or even fatal — disease, you can rest in the knowledge that the disease is simply your body’s way of telling you that your cells are oxygen deficient.
And oxygen deficiency is a temporary situation that can be corrected — if you know how!
Flood your body, cells and tissues with life-giving oxygen so that disease can never breed in your body.