Clean Garbage Cans Don't Attract Flies

Written By Chiropractic Health and Wellness on October 18, 2012

Ever notice that flies like to congregate around dirty, neglected garbage cans?  You don't usually see them swarming near clean ones.  the same can be said for germs, bugs and viruses.

Germs are like flies...they're opportunistic.  Give them a dirty place to settle and they'll multiply.  Provide a weak host and they'll take advantage.  But that's not the case in clean, well kept environments.  BJ Palmer, the developer of Chiropractic said "if the germ theory was true, we would all be dead...".  He recognized that germs thrive in dis-eased (subluxated) indivuduals who can't fight back, not healthy, strong ones.

If you keep your body tidy with proper hygiene, good nutrition and most important - a clear nerve system, germs and bugs are less capable of taking up residence in you.  And if they make the mistake of trying to, you're healthy, well-adjusted body will give them the boot!

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