Ecodisease

     It can be considered ecodisease, any disorder of structure or function in a human, animal or plant caused by intra or extracellular accumulations of unrecycled micro-residues. Such aggregations may have endogenous origins and causes, or they can be related to environmental sources and factors; or both. Normally and biologically seen, all known chronic diseases can be viewed as ecodiseases, and this proposed restriction has only as goal to draw attention to the biological phenomenon of untreated micro-residues amassing in living organisms and its serious pathological consequences.

 

Examples of Human ecodiseases:

-       All Benign and Malignant tumors.      -    Multiple sclerosis.

-       Diabetes mellitus type II.            -    Chronic traumatic encephalopathy.

-       Parkinson’s disease.                                   -    Prion diseases.

-       Alzheimer’s disease.                                  -    Cardiovascular diseases.

-       Macular degeneration.                                     -    Multiple system atrophy.

-       Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.             -   Amyloidosis.      

-       Atherosclerosis.                 -   Immunosenescence......etc.