As children rapidly grow, they’re in a continuous process of breaking down and getting rid of old cells and tissues as newer cells and tissues emerge. (Sick, dead and dying cells getting replaced by healthy cells - remember, from Class?) Anyone with an immune system goes through this process, but for growing children it’s happening at a more frequent rate.
The byproduct of this ongoing process of detoxification is inflammation. As the immune system is constantly working to detoxify and rebuild the child’s body so that they can develop healthy tissues, the body can develop symptoms like mucus and you guessed it… fevers.
Fevers, in this sense, are created (innate design) by our immune system to defend the body against our body’s toxicity and the germs that feed on that toxicity.
An immune system that is vigorously exercised through fevers in childhood is a much stronger, adaptive, and able adult immune system than one that has been suppressed since birth with vaxxinations, antibiotics, and fever reducing medications.
Read our posts and join the conversation by commenting or sharing with community.