The Road To Good Health
May 29, 2012 by Bob Livingston
Healthcare in America is actually deathcare. It’s a big-dollar racket that fosters unnecessary pain, suffering and death.
Physicians are said to be practicing medicine. They’re always practicing and rarely getting it right. This is partly because of the chemical agents of death created by the pharmaceutical companies — and endorsed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration — which are always seeking a “cure” for the latest disease: seeking but never finding. Physicians are brainwashed by their pharmaceutical cartel-controlled medical schools and bought off by drug manufacturers.
Organized medicine is the third-leading cause of death in America. Drug companies rush new money-making medications to market before they’re fully tested for safety and/or ignore or cover up harmful side effects. Doctors recommend unnecessary (and possibly life-threatening) tests and surgeries. Hospitals administer the wrong medicine or the wrong doses or operate on the wrong patient. Doctors prescribe medicines that conflict with other medicines the patient is taking or that are not recommended for the ailment from which the patient suffers. Pharmacies commit dangerous errors in filling prescriptions.
Healthcare should be called symptomology, as the goal of organized medicine is to treat the symptoms rather than the cause of the disease.
Health is achieved through proper diet and exercise. A diet of natural — not processed — foods, particularly organically grown foods, is the road to good health and a happy life.
Eliminate processed foods and foods containing high fructose corn syrup and chemical additives from your diet. Consume primarily fresh — preferably raw — vegetables. Supplement with small amounts of fish and free-range chicken and beef and natural supplements of vitamin D.