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 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.