Instead of preventing chronic lifestyle diseases, we doctors just tend to manage them. Instead of curing, we just mitigate. Why? Because of ﬁnance, culture, habit, and tradition. Many of us envision a world where trillions of dollars are not wasted on unnecessary medical care.
For this reason comes the International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention. After all, “without data, you’re just another person with an opinion.”
Just to give you a taste, how about pitting plants against one of the most inflammatory diseases out there—lupus, an autoimmune disease in which your body can start attacking your own DNA. Kidney inflammation is a common consequence, and even with our armamentarium of immunosuppressant drugs and steroids, lupus-induced kidney inflammation can lead to end-stage renal disease, meaning dialysis, and death, unless, perhaps, you pack your diet with some of the most anti-inflammatory foods out there, and your kidney function improves so much you no longer need dialysis or a kidney transplant. And another similar case is also presented with a resolution in symptoms and normal kidney function, unless he deviated from the diet….