Treating Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Through Colon Hydrotherapy
Western Prosperity – the Blessing and the Curse
For much of human history mankind has been occupied with the incessant struggle to find food and water.
From the famine recorded in the times of Avraham Ovenu, to the famines in the times of the Kings of Israel, there are a number of references to famines in the Tanach. In more recent years, famines in Ethiopia, and Bangladesh and other Third World countries have made news headlines.
However, for residents in the developed Western world the idea of famine is no longer seen as a situation people might one day encounter, but rather as something that happened many hundreds of years ago, or a tragedy that strikes some distant corner of the underdeveloped world. Certainly, the abundance of food and water supplies the people of the developed world enjoy today should be viewed as a major achievement of mankind.
However, the Western world’s high standard of living in the early twenty-first century has been bought at a high price. The increasing incidences of the Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia ailments are among the most unpleasant negative consequences of this great abundance of material well-being…