Health, Nutrition & Fitness

How to keep a Healthy Thyroid and Adrenals. Benefits of Vegetarian Diet!

Written by Dr. Manisha Bhatia

How to keep a Healthy Thyroid and Adrenals. This video explains the patho-physiology of diseases and how they can be cured with help of vegetarian diet, exercise and spiritual healing without any medicine.

Recent research and clinical studies have proved that diseases are not caused by bacteria and viruses but by weakened immune system. Around 97% of diseases originate from stress. Stress can varied physical as in form of trauma, mental, emotional or chemical in the form of toxins in unhealthy food and drinks. Others may include commercial products of daily use and environment.

Chemical toxins are acidic in nature and raises pH causing imbalance in homeostasis and metabolism by dampening thyroid functions. In acidic environment, adrenal glands secrete cortisol which raises pH. Thus helping the immune system to maintain the balance. Oxidative stress is caused by lowered thyroid function or rise in cortisol levels. Oxidative process is multiplicative process wherein free radicals are created. Cortisol is an anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and it regulates pH. Antioxidants have extra electrons and can neutralise free radicals. Billions of cells are killed daily by the fore said oxidative process. Chronic exposure to such acidic components raises cortisol levels in blood. As a result, pituitary gland decreases secretion of TSH which results in further dampening of thyroid functioning giving rise to a clinical condition known as hypothyroidism. Actually there is nothing wrong with thyroid gland itself. It is just a way to compensate to adapt to over-exposure to highly acidic environment into the body created by chemical stress factors. Like thyroid, all the organs can similarly get affected ending up producing secondary diseases namely Hypertension, High cholesterol, Diabetes, Endometriosis, Tumors, Dementia and many more.

These diseases do not actually exist but they are adaptive response produced by our system against stress. They ought to be cortisol mediated metabolic end results. Every disease originates from free radical oxidative stress. Even bacterial diseases are said to have originated from chronic oxidative stress.

These diseases are illogically and foolishly treated with hormonal drugs, anti-hypertensive drugs, anti-diabetic drugs, antacids, statins, blood thinners etc without understanding physiology and pathology behind them. Research has proved that most of these drugs only work in 30% of people and not on everybody. Instead of getting cured, the disease gets suppressed and cortisol then finds another organ to compromise which could be a more important organ then earlier. In case of persistent stress, finally one day adrenalin glands also get exhausted resulting into ‘Adrenalin insufficiency’ followed by ‘Adrenal crisis’ or ‘Addison’s disease’. There are no tests to detect this process and investigations can only reveal the truth after 90% of adrenal glands are destroyed.

Inclusion of green leafy vegetables and healthy water can solve this imbalance because they are rich in anti-oxidants. Incurable disease like Fibromyelgia has shown dramatic improvement just with plant based diet and plenty of water without any drugs.

Watch this video to learn about the beneficial effects of vegetarianism, exercise, prayers and meditation to overcome oxidative diseases.

About the author

Dr. Manisha Bhatia

M.D. (Hom), CICH (Greece)
Dr. (Mrs) Manisha Bhatia is a leading homeopathy doctor working in Jaipur, India. She has studied with Prof. George Vithoulkas at the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy. She is the Director of Asha Homeopathy Medical Center, Jaipur's leading clinic for homeopathy treatment and has been practicing since 2004.

She writes for about homeopathic medicines and their therapeutic indications and homeopathy treatment in various diseases. She is also Associate Professor, HoD and PG Guide at S.K. Homeopathy Medical College. To consult her online, - visit Dr. Bhatia's website.