What causes disease?

What causes disease ?
With a decrease in nerve force, there is an accompanying decrease in elimination and excretion – ergo, there is a build-up of toxins – aptly named toxaemia. 
As the level of toxins increase they cause an irritation throughout the system. 
This irritation is no more evident that in the bloodstream – the river of life that feeds our cells and carries away the wastes.
When the irritation within the bloodstream reaches a certain point an alarm system goes off.
The body recognizes that an extraordinary effort is needed to ‘detox’. At this point a fever is initiated by the irritation of the bloodstream passing through the hypothalamus.
• Fever is nothing more than a rise in temperature – an increase in heat and heat is a catalyst – an agent that enters into an equation – causes a change - and isn’t used up itself.
• The fever actually speeds up the metabolic process of elimination and excretion logarithmically – it is stated by a factor of approximately 10.
At this point, we notice certain changes happening externally, as well as internally.
We get SICK - we have a cold, a runny nose, a cough, swollen glands, sweating, excessive urination, etc.
No matter what the symptom at this point, the resultant action needed is to get into bed and rest – abstain from using energy that is being required for the extraordinary process of healing.
Kevin Hinton