Bronchial asthma is still frequently considered as a main cause of sudden
death despite the development of contemporary medicine. The disease is
associated with a paroxysmal reduction of respiratory track patency caused
by swelling of mucosa, increased secretion of mucus, and brionchiospasm
(viz. the prevalence of parasympathetic system (PS) in the respiratory
Conventional medicine looks for the cause of allergic reactions, disease
complications of other bodily systems or acute neurosis.
A certain diet profile is behind the development of asthma which also has
a family history.
Everyone has contact with allergens but not everyone becomes sick. For
example, some neurosis patients only suffer asthma when a different way
of eating is observed. This suggests that the cause of asthma is related
to diet. In the case of patients who followed the optimal nutrition diet
an improvement in the condition has been noted. Conventional medicine relies
on drugs which contain chemicals that stimulate receptors of the sympathetic
system (S), Corticosteroids, Aminophylline, Anticholinergic, and Disodium
cromoglicate. Unfortunately these drugs can have various side effects such
as hypertension, diabetes, obesity, sclerosis, gastric ulcer, arrhythmia,
convulsion and in drugs such as Disodium cromoglicate a patients condition
can become worse.
In conventional medicine bronchial asthma is regarded as an incurable disease.
The only way to cure this dangerous illness is by optimal nutrition which
addresses not only the symptoms of the condition but also the cause. For
the full benefit of optimal nutrition to be derived, it must be complimented
by selective current therapy, which applied locally (respiratory system)
stimulates the sympathetic system (S) and increases the size of bronchi.
The best results are achieved in cases of full and correct diagnosis of
bronchial asthma. Unfortunately, the diagnosis is not always correct, in
which cases other conditions such as chronic obturation of lungs, cardiac
asthma, lung collapse and pulmonary emphysema may be present. In all cases
there is a predominance of lung structure damage and recovery takes longer
and is not so spectacular.
The nature of the above type of illness requires that treatment be undertaken
at a centre of optimal nutrition. At the start of the optimal nutrition
diet it is necessary for patients to consume individual daily quantities
of proteins, fats and carbohydrates and undergo regular sessions of selective
current therapy. Patients must also be correctly diagnosed by a doctor
trained in optimal nutrition before undergoing treatment.
The Centre of Optimal Nutrition in Jastrzebia Gora is the only institution
within Poland which provides professional lectures in optimal nutrition
(2-3 hours daily by Dietician) and satisfies all the requirements mentioned
above for treatment. In addition, the microclimate in Jastrzebia Gora is
conducive for the treatment of respiratory conditions.
In the past few months real improvements in 100% of about 60 patients (both
adults and children) with asthma undergoing the above treatment have been
observed and 70 % of these patients have completely recovered (absence
of dyspnoea after they discontinued this medicine). In one patient a recovery
from 10 years of asthma was observed in just 4 days of treatment.
Such results cannot be claimed to be achieved by any other treatments for
Mariusz Glowacki M. D.
Consultant and Medical Administrator
of the Centre for Optimal Nutrition
in Jastrzebia Gora Poland