The 6 Subclinical Defects That Underpin Every Disease

Owen Davis | August 14, 2019

Cancer. Diabetes. Arthritis. Heart disease. Anaemia. Obesity. All different diseases, and all with different symptoms. But all with a common link. 

If we accept that health is the opposite of disease, and we accept that health requires certain inputs and conditions, then we must accept that disease does too - it doesn’t just occur at random - it is the product of our actions. When we take action contrary to the needs of our body - either through poor diet or toxic exposure - we develop any number of the 6 subclinical defects. It is these 6 subclinical defects that underpin all disease. Without these defects, disease cannot occur.

The six subclinical defects are; PH imbalance (or acid stress - where the body shifts away from its alkaline state and becomes acidic), anaerobic tenancy (where the metabolism shifts away from its aerobic tendency), free calcium excess (where calcium is not bound and the heart, arteries and joints become calcified), chronic inflammation (where the body, or a part of the body is continually inflamed), connective tissue breakdown (where the body is unable to make repairs or build new tissue due to a lack of quality protein), and oxidative stress (where the bodies cells are damaged due to toxins and deficiency).

If you can control these 6 subclinical defects, you can control disease. And how do we control these 6 subclinical defects? Through balancing blood chemistry - the idea being that balancing blood chemistry will result in the body being healthier, stronger and therefore better equipped to combat whatever challenge its faces.