Embracing Evolution in Medicine: How Personal Growth and Evolutionary Medicine Can Improve Your Life

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In today’s fast-paced world, it’s essential to continually evolve and grow to adapt to our surroundings. When we think about evolution, we often think about the physical aspects. It’s important to keep in mind that it also encompasses emotional and mental growth.

Let’s explore how embracing evolution can help us shed what’s no longer serving us and improve our lives in a variety of ways.

Shedding the Old and Embracing the New

MOLT Butterfly Shedding

One way to recognize our personal evolution is by noticing the changes in our preferences and tastes over time. For example, you may have enjoyed watching scary movies or eating fast food in the past. But as you grow and learn more about yourself and what makes you feel good (beyond the immediate urge), you may find that these things no longer serve you.

It’s essential to honor these changes. If you’ve allowed yourself to let go of the old and embrace the new, that’s a sign of emotional maturity … a byproduct of evolution. This shedding process can lead to a more fulfilling life, as we make choices that are better aligned with our values and needs.

Evolving Preferences and Priorities

As we evolve, our preferences and priorities can change significantly. You might find that something you once loved or enjoyed no longer appeals to you or you’ve come to accept that the negative effects on your well-being are unacceptable.

For instance, you might have enjoyed watching scary movies or consuming unhealthy foods in the past, but as you grow and change, you may realize that these activities no longer serve you.

As a teenager, I watched the movie “Jaws” in the theater. I was traumatized. Even though I regularly spend time walking the beach where I currently live … decades later … I NEVER go in the water beyond knee-deep.

This isn’t my only unpleasant experience with scary movies that caused me to adopt a thoughtful approach when considering what qualifies as entertainment for me. I shared my experiences in an episode of Let’s Talk Toxins.

This shift in preferences and priorities is a natural part of personal evolution. Acknowledging and embracing these changes can help you lead a healthier and more fulfilling life. It’s important to recognize the impact of past traumas or experiences on your current well-being and make conscious choices to move away from activities that trigger negative reactions.

Evolution in Health: The Role of Genetics and Environmental Factors

Applying the concept of evolution to health leads us to the field of evolutionary medicine. This approach to health and well-being focuses on the genetic makeup of our bodies and how it predisposes us to certain conditions or diseases. By understanding our genetics, we can better appreciate why certain habits or environmental factors might affect us differently than others.

For example, some people may be able to consume unhealthy foods or be exposed to environmental toxins without experiencing negative effects, while others might suffer from health issues as a result. Those that are more sensitive often feel like they drew the proverbial “short straw” genetically.

We are unique. Each one of us has a unique genetic and energetic makeup.

It’s helpful to accept yourself just the way you are … even if you’d like to make some changes. Acknowledge that your body’s ability to handle certain challenges is different … and unique.

By understanding our unique genetic makeup and how it interacts with our environment, we can make more informed choices about our health. This process uses evolutionary medicine to improve our lives.

Evolution in Medical Treatments: Antibiotic Resistance and Cancer

Medical professionals have observed the effects of evolution in the treatment of bacterial infections and cancer. The widespread use of antibiotics has led to the emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, making it harder to treat certain infections. Similarly, cancer cells have evolved to become resistant to some chemotherapy treatments, reducing their effectiveness.

These examples highlight the importance of embracing evolution and supporting our body’s natural defense mechanisms. By taking care of our immune system and promoting overall health, we can better equip our bodies to adapt and combat pathogens and other toxins that we are challenged to continually detox.

Instead of fighting against evolution, we can embrace it and support our immune system and natural defense mechanisms. Supporting our bodies’ natural ability to heal and maintain balance is the key to harnessing the power of evolutionary medicine.

It could be thought of as the evolution of natural medicine.

The MOLT Method™: A System That Supports Personal Evolution

MOLT Method™ Program

My program, the MOLT Method™, is designed to help individuals shed what’s no longer serving them and embrace personal evolution. This method can be applied to various aspects of our lives, including our physical health, emotional well-being, and mental growth.

By identifying the areas in which we need to change and grow, we can work towards a more balanced and fulfilling life. The MOLT Method™ encourages individuals to embrace their unique path and support their body’s natural ability to evolve and adapt.

Embracing Evolution for a Better Life

Embracing evolution in all aspects of our lives can lead to significant improvements in our overall well-being. By acknowledging (and celebrating) our personal growth, shedding what no longer serves us, and supporting our body’s natural ability to evolve, we can live a more fulfilling and balanced life.

It’s essential to honor our unique journey and remember that everyone’s path is different. By embracing personal evolution and the natural changes that come with it, we can better navigate and enjoy the aging process.

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About the author 

Dr. Gala

Dr. Gala Gorman is a licensed Acupuncturist, Naturopath, and Author who offers practical advice and programs for people who are experiencing health issues resulting from chronic stress. She helps women relieve their symptoms, restore their energy, and reclaim their "Super Woman" status.

Dr. Gala advocates for getting to the root cause of the health issue and treating it naturally. She focuses on helping people learn to be their own health advocates. In her latest book, "What's Your Kryptonite?" she encourages readers to become their own PCP - Primary Care Person!

She uses advanced techniques that "reverse the clock" on aging.

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