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The Core of Our Healthcare Problem

July 10, 2009

1. Drugs offer relief of symptoms that gives an illusion of being okay. You don’t have to be as careful about what you eat. Your blood sugar, blood pressure or cholesterol will still be okay.
2. Drugs do not cure disease. If they did, you wouldn’t have to keep going back to the doctor.
3. Drugs usually have a long list of adverse effects that people would never guess possible.
A purple pill (heal the damage) has 120 side effects listed in the Physician’s Desk Reference.
4. Our bodies don’t have a chemical deficiency supplied by the drug, and they become toxic to it sooner or later. Then they go to their doctor for the “headache, diarrhea, or abdominal pain” for an additional prescription instead of quitting the one that caused it. They are now at risk for (visit for more information)

2 Comments leave one →
  1. David Clumpner (Clumpner Archives/archivesDave) permalink
    August 17, 2009 5:39 am

    Hi Rich, good blog but it is now high time to begin using our ‘shoe leather’ and see
    if this entire health (disease) care system can be reversed and I believe we have
    just a little over a year to do it in before it is totally irreversible.
    We MUST seek out (or start) a national movement for a preventive health program
    and I believe that Dr Dean Ornish may be our man, along with Ron Paul and a host
    of other luminaries willing to be involved.
    All congresspeople who refuse to support it should be removed from office next year.
    I have submitted this to Dr Ornish with copies to Ron Paul et al and awaiting his (their) reply.

    • thebridegroomcomes permalink
      February 1, 2011 1:17 am

      Good David
      I just saw that a Florida judge declared Obamacare unconstitutional. Thankyou for your efforts to stand for truth and right.

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