That a person doesn't go to bed one night healthy and wake up diseased the next. It's important to understand that. A person doesn't go to bed healthy one night and wake up the next day, diseased. And this is, by the way, a very good thing. Because you can imagine if you can go from healthy to diseased in literally overnight.
I mean, it would be a disaster, but thankfully, that's not the case at all. And the second thing that we have learnt over the years is that the body will give you very specific clues as you move from health [00:00:30] towards disease. The frustrating thing with this can be, is that these clues will not necessarily show up in standardized blood testing. That's what we want to talk about today.
So, what we have found is that there are four specific stages that people go through as they go from health to disease. So there are four stages that they go through, and that's what we're going to talk about for the rest of this online workshop. What we want you to do throughout this webinar, is that we want you to just kind of think and say by [00:01:00] the end of it, we want you to be able to say to yourself, "Okay. I kind of have an idea of where I'm at on that path. Where am I on that road from health to disease?" That's what we want you to think about throughout this online workshop.
Speaker 2: You know, just a point, okay? I want to give you an example of what we just said. We wrote about this in our book, "Medical Crisis: Secrets Your Doctor Won't Share With You". If you look at a tip of a ballpoint pen, just the tip of [00:01:30] it, it'll give you the clue as to how fast cancer grows, for example, in the body.
Think of this, and ladies, I'm going to talk to you specifically, just to you for a second. Breast cancer. For breast cancer to grow to the size of tip of a ballpoint pen, it takes five years. [00:02:00] So the point is, right, by the time you could ever feel ...
Part of the medicine's goal, they'll say "early detection in disease". They'll say, "Well look, a good idea is to do a self-breast exam." Right? Just to see if you feel any lumps. But folks, let me tell you something. If you feel a lump [00:02:30] in your breast, if you feel it, I mean, think of how big that has to be and how long that tumour has grown in your body.
If it takes five years to get to a tip of a ballpoint pen, just think of what's happening and how long it takes. This is why it's so significant that ... You know, find out where you are on this path, because those clues are going to be very, [00:03:00] very essential to where you're at.
Speaker 1: Alright, so here is basically the four stages that we have found, and we've kind of given them names because it just makes it easier for people to remember. These are the four stages. We're going to talk about each and every one of them and we found some very interesting stuff throughout this. So as a person goes from being, we call the "state of wellbeing", they move into the second stage, which is kind of sub-clinical. We'll talk more about that, where their wellbeing [00:03:30] is threatened.
Then their wellbeing is overtaken by symptoms, and then they are in a state of disease. In between the third and fourth stages, what we call the "Now or Never zone", which we're going to talk about this in a lot more detail as we move forward.