It is estimated that the iris (the coloured part of the eye) has 23,000 nerve ending which are linked to the organs and tissue of the body. It is the reflex nerve impulses from the various points of the body, via the hypothalamus that formulate and alter the pattern of the fibres of the iris. By analysing these colours and patterns, an Iridologist can assist the patient in maintaining good health as well as aiding the patient to be aware of hereditary conditions, inflammation and toxicity within the body.
Iridology does not diagnose specific medical conditions or diseases, as many conditions have the similar tissue changes, however its purpose is to recognise:-
The persons “Individual Tolerances to Their Life” – have you ever seen people to can have a cold one day and then the next be out partying? Or someone who can eat the junk food, never take exercise and is hardly ever ill? Or on the other side, people who look after themselves so well, with diet and exercise etc and yet suffer with medical complaints? These are two ends of the spectrum – most of us are somewhere in the middle. By knowing where you are helps you understand your health and who you are.
Iridology is based on the following equation :
Health Status = Physical Inheritance + Environment (Diet, lifestyle, etc.) + Emotional/Spiritual Factors + Age.
health status equation by Dr Bill Caradonna –
Exciting new research is being conducted by the modern pioneers of Iridology. John Andrews, voted International Iridologist 2007, is still continuing his research into the effect of sugar on the body, amongst other research projects. Through his findings together with findings from independent Italian researchers, the adverse effects of sugar on the human body is proving to be of great significance particularly when sugar intolerance’s are undetected in certain medical investigations.
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