Fighting Back Against Illness, Disease, and the Pharmaceutical Drug War

As employment demands rise and stress increases in the lives of working people, pharmaceutical companies are taking advantage of people's hopelessness by offering drugs; the government is offering legalized weed, and alcohol use continues to increase.

It is known that stress causes many illnesses and infections, which is why it is important to constantly build and take care of the body's immune system. "For decades, public health experts have warned that the overuse of antibiotics was reducing the effectiveness of drugs that have lengthened life spans by curing bacterial infections once commonly fatal."

The only ways people can fight back against addiction, illness and disease and prolong their lives is by eating better and build their immune system against deadly viruses and bacteria. The problem is these airborne killers are becoming resistant to antibiotics and other forms of medication.

This is all the more reason people must exercise preventative maintenance for their bodies and get back to cooking healthy meals with clean vegetables and more fruits. Soups and stews are always good at the dinner table instead of fast food or processed meats.

According to a new warning "The rise of Candida auris embodies a serious and growing public health threat: drug-resistant germs. The germ, a fungus called Candida auris, preys on people with weakened immune systems, and it is quietly spreading across the globe."

Cases have been found in "Venezuela, Spain, India, Pakistan and South Africa. Recently C. auris reached New York, New Jersey and Illinois, leading the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to add it to a list of germs deemed "urgent threats."

Junk food, sugar and processed foods weaken the immune system and antibiotics are soon going to be unable to ward off these new bacteria and viruses. Drinking lots of water also helps build the immune system and cleanses the body of unwanted bacteria.

Time constraints prevent families from preparing and cooking home meals for their families. More people are working more hours and attending after work and school events while eating out on the run. It is imperative that people begin to make more time for real food and family. This may be the only way to survive in a society that offers deadly alternatives to living your best life.