Nutritional Tooth Cavity Healing History
Years ago, when people were afflicted with various types of ailments and diseases, it was a common practice to blame evil spirits. The belief was that the evil spirit had invaded the person’s body and was causing the disease. If one could placate these spirits or induce them to leave then the disease would be cured.
People of the world still maintain this same belief today, except that these evil spirits now have a new name. Scientists, doctors, dentists, and government officials have decided that these new "evil spirits" are called micro-organisms (viruses, bacteria, etc.). The prevalent modern theory is that these viruses and bacteria are the basic or primary cause of disease.
This theory of disease, labeled the germ theory, became cemented in our minds due to the work of Louis Pasteur (1822-1895).
Louis Pasteur's Germ Theory
Mr. Pasteur proposed a theory of disease that is now the basis of most forms of modern medicine. This theory projects the idea that pathogenic bacteria exist outside the body and that when the body's defenses are lowered bacteria can invade the body and cause disease. Unfortunately, in our world, which is filled with a substantial amount of corruption and darkness, this "science" has remained the status quo without an adequate scientific debate. The effect of Mr. Pasteur's contribution to medical thought is what has led to our modern system of dental care.
More About Pasteur's Germ Theory
Germs exists outside of us. They cause disease. Our body can protect itself against germs to a point. In order to eliminate the disease, we must eliminate the germs. The problem with this theory, in addition to the fact that it is difficult to eliminate germs since they are everywhere, is that it makes us fear the world around us, because the world might make us sick, and disease can strike at any moment.
Antoine Bechamp PleoMorphic Bacteria Theory
Antoine Bechamp and other’s proposed another theory. Bacteria/life exist in a dormant state, and then change form based on their environment. They are not the cause of, but the result of, disease. They evolve and change to the environment.
The pleomorphic theory of tooth decay means that we are not victims to evil bacteria that invade our system. Rather that bacteria evolve and change with their environment. If bacteria change based upon their environment, then what controls the oral environment in which bacteria live?
The quality of the food that we eat.
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