Author Topic: Past/current illness causes related to Prenatal/Parental nutritional upbringing?  (Read 730 times)

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Offline norawnofun

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Hi all,

I am curious to what you attribute your current or past sicknesses to, when you were a child and when you became a grown up. Do you think your health related problems were/are a direct cause of what your mother ate while she was pregnant, what she fed you during postnatal care, what they fed you during childhood or what medical treatment you received?

I think it would make sense to get peoples opinion of why they think they had certain health issues later life. I for example attribute my ADHD issues at school to too much gluten in my diet. Possible side effects to vaccinations might have played a role too. The fix for ADHD back then was Ritalin which had hallucinating effects that lasted for years. I also think the fluoride tablets were the direct cause for the dental misalignment which could be fixed with bracelets only. Of course some of these issues could have had genetical reasons, however I doubt that.

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I inherited a nasty slow delayed onset allergy towards dairy from my father. It seems our family generally gets it if we suffer some stressful event(such as onset of old age etc.)
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Actually, I have read that, you can also inherit weaknesses from your father as well. In Chinese medicine, the kidneys are the "energy" you inherit from both your parents. The interesting thing is, when when I was 8, I got a very serious kidney disease. I would say that my father somehow contributed a bit to that. His lifestyle before I was born was unhealthy: he was/is a workaholic, slept very little (because he had no time and had to work all the time). He was totally overactive, did a lot of violent/dangerous sports (very bad for kidneys), smoked, liked his whisky, never got enough rest. This is the worst cocktail for damaging your kidneys.
From my mother I got a lack of nutrition, she didn't care about fresh food.
When I got sick, somehow the whole family started living a bit more healthy, in a way sickness can be a way towards health. (Not always).

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I have to add that I was already sick before I got diagnosed at 8, and when the crisis happened, but it had been building up for many years. I had very big rings under my eyes already as 3-4 year old child, and they got worse each year, and was weak and hyperactive at the same time.

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A lot of things contribute to a weak child and future disease. Not only nutrition or "inheritance". Things like the mothers nutrition, exposure to environmental toxins, cooking and household utensils (unless only raw foods are projected), exposure of toxins within the home environment like paints, moldy walls, dust and clean air, then exposure to radiation like cell phones, wifi, then products like shampoo, soaps, washing powder, dishwashing liquid, cleaning liquids, deodorants and much much more are subject to disease in your future offspring. That´s before the child is born. Then after it´s out there are a lot of things to consider as well. Choice of mattress (full of toxins), diapers (full of chemical), clothes (cotton doesn´t mean it´s all safe), toys, foods, carrier bags (for optimal future posture), baby wipes and and and. I didn´t even touch vaccines or meds during and after childbirth. There are a lot of things that can mess up a childs future life. Therefore I doubt that that it´s all about inheritance, some things yes but a lot depends on the childs upbringing and avoidance of toxins.

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yes, a babies/childs health is a direct result of the mothers lifestyle(eating habits, alcohol/drug/pharmaceutical/vaccine use, sleeping habits) before, during and after pregnancy.