What is Disease?

Disease:  What is it Exactly?


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Per Microsoft Encarta, the definition of disease is "...a condition in humans, plants, or animals that results in pathological symptoms and is not the direct result of physical injury". True enough.

But -- what is the basis of disease?

What is commonly accepted as an explanation for the basis of disease originates from Louis Pasteur's (1822–95) "germ theory" which was asserted to - and accepted by - the medical community, and is the basis of all modern traditional medicine today. This theory basically states that the cause of disease is the germ (bacteria, etc.) and the germ then is an enemy of the body and it should be removed in order to be healthy.

FACT: There is no actual verifiable evidence to back up this theory.

Antoine Bechamp was a very intelligent French medical doctor, and contemporary of Louis Pasteur. Bechamp came forth with other evidence that stated that germs were "pleomorphic" (meaning they could change forms) and would change their shape and other characteristics depending on their environment in the body. When certain environmental conditions of the body were present he found the "germs" would transform to adapt to the environment. Further evidence of the day found that at the core of the body's environment is pH level of the body.

FACT:There is actual verifiable evidence to back up this information.

The ideal pH level of the body (identified from urine and saliva) is 6.4. Protozoa (single-cell animals that live in the body, or "germs") exist in harmony with the body when the pH is at this level. However when the pH of the body goes more acid or alkaline the protozoa cannot live and thus change forms in order to survive, often into forms that then result in disease - sometimes very serious disease.

The information given above is very basic (there are many additional details on the subject of actual cause of disease) but is sufficient to have a good understanding of the theory behind the cause of disease and the workability of RBTI.

RBTI (Reams Biological Theory of Ionization) addresses the body's balances (one of which is pH) in order to help the body's "environment" maintain a state where perfect health is possible.

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"There is only one cause of death, and that is old age.  It doesn't matter if a baby is born dead or if it lives to be 150.  Old age is nothing more than the body does not have enough energy to maintain life.  In mathematical terms, this is all death is."

--Dr. Carey H. Reams