What’s in an “i”?
The following words are my own thoughts / opinions – please read them, do research and come to your own conclusions.
The letter “i” seems to get tagged to absolutely everything and anything especially where technology is concerned.
But why? It was possibly Apple who started the “i” rolling when they launched the iMac which at the time stood for “internet”. Since then it has become more of a marketing / brand identification symbol and lots of companies have jumped on the band wagon.
There is one place where the addition of the letter “I” to an organisation might be appropriate. I’m not having a go at this organisation because I think the staff do an amazing job. So what am I going on about?
The NHS should really be the NiHS where the “i” stands for the word “ill”. Let’s be realistic here as we pretty much only go and pay them a visit when we are ill. A lot of people visit their dentist every 6 months to get their teeth inspected by an expert who will use diagnostic equipment where appropriate. Our body is a way more complicated machine so how often do you get an expert to check it out? Simply we don’t. We only go and seek help when it’s already gone wrong.
What can we do about it? Putting it simply we all need to look after our own bodies and those in our care (such as kids). We need the education system to teach people how to do it, what to eat, what not to eat and how to exercise. Look at diabetes – millions in this country alone diagnosed and an estimated 1 in 50 people who have it but are undiagnosed. It’s a true epidemic but only the tip of the iceburg – most things that go wrong are attributable to our life style and eating / drinking habits.
Type 2 diabetes diagnosed within the past four years is reversible with a simple change of diet. I reckon there must be other conditions that can be reversed too.
They used to say “you are what you eat”. In reality this is wrong and should be “you are what you absorb”. If your digestive system is clogged and working inefficiently you can eat all you want but your body simply won’t get the nutrients, vitamins, minerals, amino acids it needs to maintain a healthy balance and that’s where things start to go wrong.
The human body has evolved over thousands of years and continues to evolve but extremely slowly. The digestive system knows what to do with single ingredient foods but really can’t cope with the highly processed mass produced diet that most people eat. The body can cope with a certain amount of toxins (things it doesn’t know what to do with) but overload it and it bangs them in to storage in your digestive organs. Because it stays there for extended periods it can do some real damage.
We could save the NiHS millions if we:
Eat real organic food (anything processed is needs to be avoided)
Drink plenty of water (avoid anything with sweeteners or sugar)
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