Comment: First of all, do you even

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First of all, do you even

First of all, do you even know what "holistic" means? Let me help you out:

adjective \hō-ˈlis-tik\

: relating to or concerned with complete systems rather than with individual parts

Secondly, there's this thing called "mathematics" which good scientists use as the tool for understanding Nature. In case you didn't know, the purpose of science is to understand nature.

One of the branches of mathematics explains coupled systems cannot be magically decoupled.

So, let's try to put these two concepts together so you can understand. The human body is a coupled system in and of itself, not to mention that it's also coupled to the environment as well. So in order to properly solve potential health issues, mathematics (the tool of science, remember?) says you have to deal with it "holistically," meaning as a complete system.

So, what reason do you have to believe that "evidence based medicine" which tries to magically decouple these systems actually work at all, i.e. diseases of civilization... diabetes, obesity, cancer, alzheimers, celiacs, crohn's, etc? Or, is that a faith based proposition you're spouting off?

Mother Nature Obeyed, The Scientific Approach of Weston Price, Part 7: Placing Price’s Work in Context