If you ask just about anyone you come across during your daily life, chances are they would tell you that they would love to lead a healthier life. People from all walks of life suffer from insomnia, digestive disorders, and poor diet practices. There are natural remedies, but many people either don’t know where to find them or are scared of them. In order to stay healthy, however, some of best ideas you will ever find are, ironically, much closer to you than you ever thought they would be.
Afflictions such as the migraine headache affect thousand of people every single day. Migraine headaches are extremely underdiagnosed and fewer than half of those who suffer from them ever even go to a doctor. Depression is three times more likely to occur with a person suffering from migraines than those who don’t.
An estimated 50 to 70 million individuals have some sort of sleep disorder or wakefulness disorder, and digestive diseases affect 60 to 70 million people. In today’s world, it is very difficult to lead the type of healthy lifestyle we want to lead. Finding the right system is tricky, but only if you don’t know where to look.
RBTI stands for Ream’s Biological Theory of Ionization and was developed in the 1970s by Dr. Carey Reams. The RBTI program is quite literally about how the body is put together, taken apart by disease and illness, and put back together again by healing and rejuvenation. The idea is that our bodies have the power within them to regenerate just as much as they are constantly, since our birth, under the bombardment of degeneration.
The basic theory of RBTI is that the key to our health is found in the analysis of our cells. It is in the cells and the turnover of these cells that we find regenerative power. Our cells regenerate, so finding which ones to target with our diet choices, water intake and other actions with bring our bodies into balance. Dr. Reams, the developer of RBTI, said in 1982 that individuals replace their entire body weight in dead cells in a single year.
Research, as it stands right now, is not yet clear on the exact cellular turnover rate for all the different cell ?types? or the period required for the entire body to be replaced, at the cellular level. The main reason is that turnover rates can vary greatly from one individual to another. As a result, no solid conclusions can be drawn but that all of the cells of our body are definitely replaced. This includes heart and brain cells. It was once thought not to be the case that heart and brain cells could be replaced. This notion, however, has been proven false.
As we get older, we watch and feel our bodies break down. We can no longer do the things we once we able to do. But with very little effort, we now have the opportunity to analyze our body chemistry and put ourselves in the condition to replace the old with the new. Who knows what kind of world awaits?