Massive Confusion Massive confusion exists about what it means to be healthy:
The average Joe is looking to vitamins and supplements to increase health - and erection. But what works? How much is Joe supposed to take and when? Are they really safe? Can he mix them with other supplements? Will they make Joe fart at the dinner table?
Most pets eat better than pet owners thanks to man-made food additives and artificial flavors. What are they and how can you avoid them?
Drug giants are pushing cholesterol-lowering drugs to grandpa and his grandchildren! Do they prevent heart-attack or are they silent killers like Vioxx and Avandia? Do natural methods for avoiding premature heart attack and stroke exist?
Blood sugar is rising faster than your doctor can prescribe Lipitor. The use of anti-diabetic drugs are at an all-time high, and so are their deadly side effects! Can type II diabetes be reversed naturally?
Children are now being stabbed 3 times more often with vaccines compared to their parents! Can they really handle all of the injections? Are they healthier for it? Is it possible to boost immunity naturally?
Massive health confusion is not inexplicable. We are not taught about it in school. Instead, vaccines are forced upon us. We are not taught about it by our doctors. Instead, drugs are pushed upon us. And we are not taught about health by governments. Instead, drug discounts are handed to us. This lack of health education comes at a cost. That cost is a tremendous amount of mental and physical resources due to unnecessary illness.
"The major causes of diseases in our country -- cancer, cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes -- are not genetic factors, as so many people believe and use as an excuse, but diets and lifestyle factors. We have documented that unhealthy diet and lifestyle account for more than 80 percent of heart disease, 90 percent of type II diabetes, and more than 70 percent of stroke and colon cancer." - Harvard School of Public Health
“The agency [the FDA] neglects safety in its rush to speed the drug-approval process because current laws and policies let the drug industry influence the FDA.” - Paul Stolley, MD, MPH, former senior consultant to the FDA
Solutions to a failed health care system are abundant, but not practical. The idea of a "universal health care system" is gaining in popularity. However, this will simply take power away from greedy drug companies and give it to bureaucrats at the expense of tax payers. It's like asking, "Do you want to be hit over the head with a wooden or aluminum baseball bat?" Either way, more dangerous drugs will be forced upon the general public. The only solution to a failed health care system is "emancipation from medication." This will only come through self education and the use of natural medicine.