Why we are we so sick and what we can do about it!

Sep 25

As I continually elude to on my site, I strongly feel that we live in a toxic world.  And I believe that a build up of these toxins in our bodies over a period of time is the MAIN REASON for all of the illness and disease that we are faced with in our society today.  The good news is that we can all do something about it by staying informed and demanding that these toxins be removed from our environment. One of my main focuses in my blogs and pages on this site is what I consider to be the largest science experiment ever conducted on mankind without its consent.  That is the advent of GMO’s (Genetically Modified Organisms) into our crops and our overall food supply.  We live in a nation that does not require the labeling of GMO’s and actually protects the companies that have forced them into our food supply without any independent testing as to their safety.  The consequences for this are being played out before our eyes with devastating health consequences. Change.org has recently drafted a petition to be submitted to various officials from the UN, the Commission on Human Rights, and the International Criminal Court that demands that this science experiment end, and that we restore our rights to a healthy and accessible  food supply for all.   If you care about your health and the health of your children, PLEASE TAKE ONE MINUTE OF YOUR TIME TO SIGN THIS PETITION AT  THIS LINK.  The following is what’s outlined in that petition: We, the free-born people of the world, demand to live in a world free of poisonous food. We refuse to be part of Monsanto’s crimes against humanity and do whole-heartedly object to Monsanto’s activities! Article 11 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights put forth by the United Nations states that EVERYONE has the right to adequate food and to be free from hunger. Article 12 recognizes the right of EVERYONE to enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health. Monsanto’s activities are direct violation of these Articles and furthermore exploits Article 11: 2a and 2b for financial profit cloaking their company as utilizing progressive technologies to end...

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Doctors Admit Our Medical System Is Ailing

Sep 08

The August 30th edition of the Wall Street Journal ran a piece titled, “Our Ailing Medical System” recently that caught my eye.  The great thing about this article was that it was written by a doctor sharing fellow doctor’s points of view about the direction that our country’s health care system is headed in.  While those of us in the health and wellness industry, especially someone like me who’s spent the last two years of my life submerged in it have shared these sentiments over and over, it is good to hear it from a doctor’s point of view.  So what did they have to share?  Here are some of the more telling excerpts: In a 2008 survey of 12,000 physicians, only 6% described their morale as positive!  Now I don’t know about you, but if I find myself in situation where my life hangs in the balance, I’m pretty sure I’d like to be treated by someone who actually enjoys getting out of their bed in the morning and saving their patients.  Nearly half said they planned to reduce the number of patients they would see in the next three years or stop practicing altogether.  This is scary considering the fact that we are getting more sick as a nation with every passing year, and will need many more doctors, not less. Many doctors were quoted as saying that their job had become only that – a job.  Consider what one doctor had to say on a recent survey of more than 270,000 physicians: “I wouldn’t do it again.  I feel like a pawn in a moneymaking game for hospital administrators.  There are so many other ways I could have made a living and been more fulfilled.  The sad part is we chose medicine because we thought it was worthwhile and noble, but from what I have seen in my short career, it is a charade.” One reason for the discontent among physicians is that they simply don’t have enough time to spend with their patients to properly treat symptoms.The bureaucracy of the U.S. medical system has our doctors spending almost an hour on average each day, and $83,000 per year dealing with paperwork of insurance companies.  The...

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