Well, yes and no. Most diseases will do that, but not all diseases in all cases. For instance, an abundance of manganese-rich foods for the building of new sex-organ cells as proper water drinking washes out the old, fits nicely for such as prostate or breast trouble. Cystic fibrosis or muscular dystrophy seemingly fit not at all. Those and others are generally considered "birth defects." Personally, I think conception mistakes is a better label.
I met "dead doctors don't lie" famous Dr. Wallach many years ago at a farm conference. We got to talking about how if a properly mineralized sperm joined a properly mineralized ovum, a zero-defect baby would result.
"I guarantee it," he said. When I commented how lucky an expectant couple would be to get him involved, he cut me off with, "Oh, no...they have to come to me 6 months ahead so I can examine, then modify, the diets of both." He also assured me the child would be sexually sure and that such as Down Syndrome, as well as 30 or 40 other so-called genetic diseases are actually mineral deficiency cases.
Wallach's "Epigenetics: The Death of the Genetic Theory of Disease Transmission" is almost 600 pages of intoxicating stuff to those who truly understand Reams' constant harping that all disease is a mineral deficiency.https://www.amazon.com/Epigenetics-Genetic-Theory-Disease-Transmission/dp/1590791495/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=wallach+epigenetics&qid=1614118310&sr=8-1
Everybody here knows a 2 legged stool will fall over. It takes 3 legs for stability and here is our third.
Dr. Richard Olree focused on minerals for the genetic code. ACRES USA has a pretty good overview book. I only met Olree once, courtesy of Dr. Littleton, but I quickly understood that what he taught backed up Dr. Reams and his "all disease is a mineral deficiency.
However, some may want to watch videos to get an idea and YouTube has plenty if you type in Richard Olree.
Many will say, "How in the world can I absorb all this and put it to work." The easy answer is to seek out high Brix food, take your Min-Col, plus Algavim, and keep those RBTI numbers lined up. Then you can wait for your perfect descendants to thank you.