Surprisingly, many different disease patterns often have a lot in common. Most chronic diseases – regardless of what they are called – stem from chronic inflammation.

The causes of inflammation are:

  • Bacteria
  • Viruses
  • Fungal infections
  • 85,000 common environmental toxins (see CERCLA list)
  • Radiation from Wi-Fi to radiation from cancer treatment
  • Genetic predisposition to inflammation
  • Genetic enzyme defects
  • Abnormal intestinal flora/microbiome
  • Deficiency of vitamins, trace elements, minerals, enzymes, amino acids
  • Dysfunctional acid-base balance
  • Countless food additives (pro-inflammatory foods, see
  • Convenience food, fast food (Hans-Ulrich Grimm: "Chemistry in Food), "Consumption is not Advised")
  • Wi-Fi radiation is defined as a cancer risk by the WHO

Any inflammation that lasts longer than seven days will turn into chronic inflammation.

With any chronic inflammation, there is a risk that the inflammation – sometimes only after a few years – develops into an autoimmune disease. Over the years, many autoimmune diseases increase the risk of cancer.