posted on Mar, 8 2013 @ 07:21 PM
Originally posted by MystikMushroom
Originally posted by Blue Shift
1. Doctors are always telling people to eat a better diet.
2. Spontaneous remissions happen a lot.
3. Anecdotal evidence is no substitute for science-based medicine.
edit on 8-3-2013 by Blue Shift because: (no reason given)
Good points...I would add another:
4. Never underestimate the power of placebo.
So your belief is that all the chemicals in our daily household products from food, soaps, cosmetics and on down the list, has no effect on our
health. You think that it's all in the mind. Sure, you have to have the right state of mind that you're going to win the battle, but you can't sit
back and change nothing. You have to make the right changes, then tell yourself you're going to win.
Another thing...most science-based medicine was developed from natural God-given products that we're already here. Big pharma can't make money off
of natural products, so they developed expensive medicines that in effect do the same thing. They then lobby the FDA to ban anyone from saying that
natural products will cure anything to secure their profitable industry. The FDA made it illegal for anyone to sell anything outside Big Pharma as a
cure for anything!
Those are facts and that's very sad for our country when my father-in-law can spend a few hundred dollars on some organic healthy groceries, cure
himself, but the AMA blocks doctor's from telling people this simple thing. Instead, they want you to pay $5,000 a month for chemotherapy treatment.
My wife's lifelong friend's father also has cancer of the pancreas. He died on the table during surgery because his heart wasn't in any shape for
it, they brought him back after several minutes. He tried the chemo and that hasn't worked yet. He now refuses to do anymore because it was too awful
for him. We sent his wife this plan and we hope they will give it a try. Doctor's told the family to be prepared for the worst for them, so I told
them, "what have you got to lose?"
Ask yourself this one question. How come there hasn't been an actual cure for a disease in nearly 60 years since Jonas Salk invented the polio
vaccine? Prior to this, diseases were cured and now they are just treated. Cures aren't discovered anymore because it's much bigger business for Big
Pharma to treat diseases for the rest of your life than to cure you overnight. It was just in the news that a baby was cured of her HIV. You do
realize this was an accident and some are suggesting the baby wasn't even born with HIV. They're going to find a way to discredit this discovery,
believe that. This baby was on a treatment plan for HIV, and then the mother stopped it. Six months later she showed back up at the hospital, they
tested and found the baby didn't have the virus any longer. Her doctor experimentally up'd the regular drug that was used for infants born with HIV,
so in effect, accidentally discovered the cure.