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Conditions like obesity and allergies are health concerns that many people have learned to deal
with, taking medications in an attempt to improve their own condition without really understanding
the underlying cause of the issue. Both rampant obesity and seasonal allergies are products
of the late 20th and early 21st century. Prior to 1950, obesity and allergies affected only
a small minority of people. In the last sixty years, the number of people affected by these
conditions has ballooned. Why is this?
Doctors and researchers all over the world have been desperately searching for a cure for both
of these problems and in the process have uncovered some interesting facts about the modern
diet, lifestyle, and treatment methods that may explain why both allergies and obesity have
become such giant epidemics over the last two generations.
Especially when it comes to diabetes, most people assume that an obese person has become obese
simply because they chose to eat (and continue eating) unhealthy calorie amounts. And while
that may be foundationally true, there are much deeper, underlying causes that both compel
a person to overeat and make it more difficult for an individual to lose weight or to not
gain it. Most doctors still treat their obese patients as if obesity is entirely a choice
and not like the disease it is, with real complications and real triggers, ranging from the
kinds of pesticides used on farms to mental illnesses caused by social influences.
Dr. Tano’s books delve into how both allergies and obesity are treated in the modern medical
world and why the treatment methods currently utilized for both do not work. He then offers
real solutions, based on medical science that can help to reset a person’s body, so that
it functions how it was once intended to.
When it comes to books about common health problems and offering solutions to those problems,
you will usually see health professionals trying to capitalize on fad diets or trends. These
books do not fall into that category. Instead, they endeavor to provide real solutions to
patients who are battling serious conditions, whether it be allergies or obesity.