The term “normal” in human anatomy. According to allopathic medical systems, human blood sugar, blood pressure, body fat percentage, and body weight should all be within a certain range. Does this even make sense? Would it be possible to establish a standard that everyone should adhere to? No, it is not possible to find a normal or average level of blood sugar or blood pressure for everyone.
Every individual possesses a unique physical structure: weight, height, organs, etc. Each individual consumes different kinds of foods and beverages. Each person will have a job, a daily routine, habits, and extracurricular activities that are unique to them. In addition, their reasoning and mental health are distinct. How could their bodies need to be the same when each person has a unique physical and mental appearance and leads a different lifestyle?
“Normal” is a misleading term that is often used by drug companies to market their drugs. Millions of people live on Earth, and each human being on this planet is precious in their individuality. None of them was alike in any manner, be it physical or mental. Every single person leads a unique life, and no one can be compared to others. Even within the same family, each person has a different way of life, so their physical needs will be different. The terms “normal” and “healthier” are deceptive information terms used for business purposes.