Thursday, March 27, 2014
Big Pharma profiteering gone wild: $1,000-a-pill Hepatitis drug in USA sells for less than $10 in Egypt
And you still have faith on our Health Care? It's a business. That's all it is. See what Michael Adams (The Health Ranger) has to say about it. Big Pharma profiteering gone wild: $1,000-a-pill Hepatitis drug in USA sells for less than $10 in Egypt
Monday, March 24, 2014
This is a small victory in a struggling society of fake foods today...... Smart Balance to convert entire 'Buttery Spread' product line to non-GMO ingredients
Real healthcare begins with the individualThere’s a whole other side to health and that begins with the individual and one’s health philosophy, which starts in the mind. A new proactive perspective on health, rooted in nutrition utilization, can bring copious amounts of joy, energy, and quality of life. No doctor’s checkups, tests, or prescriptions are needed.
The individual has a powerful mind, spirit, and immune system that can overcome illness. There’s no need, no freedom in taking daily injections, or swallowing Drug Company pills, even if the insurance company pays for the nonsense. Most pharmacology is a false paradigm, rooted in science of lies. The heart and the vascular system can heal without high blood pressure medication, insurance bills, and doctor fees. The nervous system can heal without psychotropic medications. One can be confident in their digestive health without going to the doctor for a colonoscopy. No one needs a heavy metal laded flu shot to ward off illness.
In essence, modern day health insurance policies are only enslaving people to one way of reliant-thinking. These plans siphon from ones bank account and perpetuate a philosophy that encourages people to forget about preventative health strategies. Patients are herded into a system of disease management ideology, which only promotes side effect-ridden, profit-driven pharmaceutical drugs.
For affordability to return to hospital care, consumers should question whether they need health insurance payment plans altogether and begin adopting a new outlook on life. As the payment plans disappear, suddenly the individual is empowered with new health philosophies and practices rooted in personal responsibility and assisting the body with proper nutrition. As more end their dependent cycle on the medical system, real emergency accident-based hospital care will become affordable and less people will see no need to have their lives consumed with “insurance payment plans,” illness, and doctor’s visits.
You can be your own doctor. Trust yourself, self educate,and look for the strength within.
I truly believe that drugs and surgery should be used for emergencies only.