'We are what we eat'
Homeopathic Journal :: Volume: 1, Issue: 6, Sep-Oct 2008 (Editorial) - from Homeorizon.com
|Article Updated: Oct 18, 2009|
Human body is one of the most beautiful and perfect creation of God and to maintain its quality is one of our foremost duties. Health has been a vital concept for humanity while its counterpart Medicine has always been an intriguing and everchanging science. Ever since the dawn of civilisations man has tried to strive towards perfect state of health.
We have often heard from our forefathers that "We are what we eat". The type of food which we intake not only decides our present health status but also our future lives. It is in this important task that the Gastro intestinal System plays its major role. The intake of nutrients, their digestion, absorption, assimilation and even removal is performed by this system.
In light of the recent lifestyle changes, sedentary habitat, fast food fads, late night shows and cushioned living, our digestive system is overtaxed. Have we ever thought that our journey to perfect health can only be attained with a perfect digestive function? The malfunction of any of its organs can lead to multitude of diseases commencing from indigestion to the much dreaded carcinomas. Our lack of exercises, irregular bowel movements is preparing the soil for a number of deadly diseases but we refuse to acknowledge it.
With full consideration to the above situation we are releasing the September-October Issue of Homeopathic Horizon Ezine on "Gastro Intestinal Disorders". In this issue we are trying to present the Homeopathic Management of some of the most common and most dreaded diseases of GIT.
Homeopathy as a science of healing is based on nature's law of cure. Irrespective of the diagnosis of disease it helps in establishing cure. A homeopath while remaining in the premises of non-surgical diseases can cure the disease and in the surgical cases provide relief to the patient. Time and again we find homeopaths claiming cure in surgical cases or in terminal stages; I don't deny such cures but in absence of proper record and reports it seems more like the miraculous healing rather than homeopathic cure. Not even for a fraction of second can we doubt the marvels of homeopathy but actions speak better than words. So, I solemnly request all homeopaths to maintain record of their cases and publish their success stories with authentic data. This will help all of us in proclaiming the supremacy and efficacy of homeopathy in establishing cure.
With this suggestion and with lots of wishes I present to the profession the September-October Issue of Homeopathic Horizon Ezine on "Gastro Intestinal Disorders" for your kind perusal.
Dr. P.Singh M.D. (Hom)