Why am I getting symptoms? Why am I getting sick with anything?
Your individual genetics, biochemistry and cellular nutrient levels play a huge part. You may have also heard of people getting their hair tested as well. The point is our bodies are made of mostly water and if there are lots of toxins in it, or our bodies can't get rid of them properly, we get sick. Often times we become accustomed to very sick environments, very sick people, very sick food without realizing it. A big part of this is because we are often forced to adapt to these sick environments but there are a certain percentage of people whose bodies and minds can't take the toxicity as others do. A large part of it is our bodies take on average to become accustomed to diets we never evolved with and this often makes us sick. The sad part is your "free" doctor isn't trained in individual metabolism, genetics and cellular nutrition. There are specialists, yes, and they too often aren't trained in these things. Most of the time people seek out help when it is too late.
Joel's Case Study
This study and the above videos shows that people often start off what they think is OK mainly because they don't feel any severe symptoms but is highly likely the metabolic problems were already there but building up over the years. Made worse with regular toxin consumption by socializing with people in the same work environment and drinking alcohol, maybe smoking marijuana. Many people work in toxic work environments and doesn't have to be around dust in a construction site. It could be in an office with what we think if harmless but artificial lights and constant exposure to wireless internet signals have an impact we cannot even see! The main point is the doctors telling you everything is fine is operating on very very limited standard, very limited tests, and very limited acute mindset. It is chiefly men who take on dangerous work and are told to "suck it up, buttercup" and other slogans we repeat without realizing the fell extent of trying to conform to horrific standards that others are told is normal.