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What Really Makes You Ill?

conversations thegreatgaslights May 03, 2023

You can't poison your body back to health!

As Dr Vernon Coleman recently stated the person most likely to kill you is your doctor. 

With backgrounds in accounting and engineering, authors Dawn Lester and David Parker, found themselves free of medical dogma and able to ask questions about health in a systematic manner.   They share what they discovered cause's illness, and the key factors to good health, the majority of which we all have control over.  

This conversation offers unique insights that challenge conventional wisdom and encourage us all to take a closer look at our approach to health.

Part 1: Rethinking Nutrition and Our Relationship with Food

Our discussion kicked off with an exploration of nutrition, where we questioned the validity of the popular adage "You are what you eat." The conversation steered away from the standard nutritional guidelines and emphasised the importance of consuming whole, unprocessed foods. We delved into the idea that the quality of our food matters more than counting calories, and that understanding the origin and production methods of what we consume is paramount. This perspective encourages us to be more mindful of our dietary choices, opting for nutrient-dense options that nourish our bodies on a cellular level.

Part 2: Unmasking the Truth About EMFs

Electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) have become an increasingly controversial topic in today's world of technological advancements. Our conversation dived into the potential risks associated with excessive EMF exposure, particularly from sources like mobile phones and wireless devices. It was revealed that EMFs can disrupt our body's electrical system, leading to various health issues. While complete avoidance of EMFs is challenging, there are ways to mitigate exposure and protect our well-being. The discussion urged individuals to educate themselves, invest in EMF meters, and make informed decisions to safeguard their health.

Part 3: Detoxification and Cleansing for Vitality

Detoxification has become a buzzword in the wellness industry, often accompanied by an array of fad diets and products. However, our conversation presented a refreshingly different approach. Detoxification, as discussed, is a natural process that the body undergoes to eliminate accumulated toxins. Instead of drastic cleanses, the focus was on adopting daily practices that support the body's innate ability to detoxify. These practices include staying hydrated, consuming fiber-rich foods, and supporting liver health. This perspective empowers individuals to promote detoxification through sustainable lifestyle changes.

Part 4: Nurturing Emotional Well-being

The conversation turned towards emotional well-being and the impact of prolonged stress on our health. It emphasised the importance of finding joy in life, even amidst challenges, and highlighted the adverse effects of fear-induced stress. The discussion acknowledged the significance of laughter, gratitude, and seeking beauty in our surroundings. By managing emotional stress and cultivating positivity, we can enhance our overall well-being and strengthen our resilience.

Conclusion: Taking Control of Your Health Journey

Our engaging conversation touched on several key factors that contribute to holistic health and well-being.

It challenged us to question conventional norms, reevaluate our choices, and take ownership of our health journey. By prioritising whole foods, minimising EMF exposure, supporting natural detoxification processes, and nurturing emotional well-being, we can create a foundation for vitality and longevity.

Armed with this knowledge, let's embark on a path that empowers us to make informed decisions and embrace a lifestyle that truly nurtures our mind, body, and spirit.


Dawn Lester and David Parker have backgrounds in the fields of Accountancy and Electrical Engineering, respectively.

These fields both require an aptitude for logic, which proved extremely useful for their investigation that has involved more than ten years continuous research to find answers to the question: what really makes people ill?

The authors’ investigation of why people become ill was conducted from a different perspective from that of the medical establishment; it was therefore free from the dogma and biases inherent within ‘medical science’. This unbiased and logical approach enabled them to follow the evidence with open minds and led them to discover the flaws within the information about illness and disease that is promulgated by the medical establishment.

The results of their investigation are revealed within their book: WHAT REALLY MAKES YOU ILL? WHY EVERYTHING YOU THOUGHT YOU KNEW ABOUT DISEASE IS WRONG.



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