Environmental and lifestyle factors in illness


Environmental and lifestyle factors responsible for increased rates of illness
Factors highlighted in orange have increased significantly during the 20th century, some by orders of magnitude.

  • poor diet and nutrient deficiencies
  • dietary toxins and food allergies
  • toxic exposure to heavy metals, aluminum, fluoride and other halogens, petrochemicals, pesticides, etc.
  • drug toxicity, side effects, addictions
  • toxic reactions to vaccines
  • multiple chronic microbial/parasitic infections
  • intestinal dysbiosis, pathogenic microbial ecology
  • exposure to allergens, molds, and mycotoxins
  • toxic or incompatible dental materials, infected teeth, root canals, traumatizing dental procedures
  • structural/anatomical abnormalities
  • inadequate physical activity and exercise
  • emotional stressors, traumas, psychotronic assaults, demonic possession
  • excessive exposure to harmful EMFs (e.g.: cellphones, WiFi, Smart-meters, microwave antennas, power lines), ionizing radiation
  • invasive, self-assembling nanotech bioweapons
  • insufficient time spent out in nature; confinement in artificial/urban environments
  • geopathic/geomagnetic stressors
  • inadequate/imbalanced light-spectrum exposure
  • insufficient periods of electrical grounding to earth voltage
  • disrupted circadian rhythms and sleep cycle
  • noise pollution