Why can’t I just find the right solution that works for everyone – for a given condition? Isn’t it just a matter of finding a cure?

Sometimes you can just find a cure.  But it’s not unusual for one cure to lead to new problems.  How many people go on drugs for chronic conditions, only to discover that their drugs are causing high blood pressure, or high cholesterol, and now they need a drug for that?

The problem with finding a solution that always works for everyone is something called bio-individuality.  One man’s medicine is another man’s poison.  We are all very individual in our health needs, and a good approach will take that into account.