Today I came across an interesting website belonging to Anthony William, a medical intuitive. In a podcast episode, he talks about his theory that vitiligo is not actually a result of the body attacking itself, but may be caused by specific viruses and chemicals oxidized in the liver. Ok.
So what he’s saying basically is that traditional medicine has it all wrong, that those systems are built on mechanisms made to monetize health care (well, true) and that the real truth actually lies in knowing that the body does not attack itself. That there are foreign invaders that cross wires in the system. And that it is possible to heal.
You know I love it when someone does not say the words every dermatologist says about vitiligo: “We don’t know what causes it and it’s really difficult to treat.” So I was doing cartwheels in my brain to hear this guy saying some pretty optimistic things about healing vitiligo. He’s even written a book with a deliciously looking apple on the cover about healing from this combo viral/chemical/oxidative influence in the body. Behold:
I have yet to read this book, but it is now officially on my read list. This sounds promising. If you’ve read this or had any results from following his recommendations, please comment!
Damn, that apple looks good.