Allow me to introduce to you Antoine Bechamp. This man was the humble yet giant intellect behind the heavily popularized Louis Pasteur. The two were locked in a struggle for decades. Louis Pasteur stole, plagiarized, and exploited the patient, thorough, and brilliant work of Antoine Bechamp, his contemporary. A writer by the name of E. Douglas Hume (actually a female writer that had to take the name of a man to get published at the time in 1832) chronicled the life of Antoine Bechamp as the most respected researcher and teacher in all of France! How strange that his name is hardly if ever mentioned in our “free” educational system!
It was Bechamp’s view that it was not the bug that caused disease, but rather the condition in which bugs lived. Disease happens when an imbalance causes some of the more pathological that is, bad, bacteria to take over. What causes that? Low resistance, weak immune system. Seems like such a simple idea, but that is really the foundation of the whole controversy all along. In the end, everyone, even Pasteur, agreed that bugs – bacteria and viruses – do not alone cause disease. – Tim O’Shea
For a detailed look into how modern medicine went awry with the Germ Theory of Disease, please see the link below. It just might enlighten your outlook on the nature of disease and its prevention and treatment.