We live in a world where corporate profit is more important than consumer health. Because our diets, for the most part suck, we turn to Rx drugs for health and survival. Before getting into why Rx drugs? let’s talk a walk on the wild side.
Besides being conditioned from infancy and being subjected to social and advertising pressure, the main reason that hooks people on animal foods is taste. One thing is clear though; we cannot stomach eating flesh in its normal state, especially if it's soaked in blood, even if it's cooked.
There are some interesting parallels between what we ingest and the consistent transformation of the flu virus. With the latest dietary guidelines calling for three servings of low fat or non fat dairy a day, the average family with two kids now consumes more than 85 gallons of milk a year. What the government does not tell you, nor enforces the removal of, is that most milk is filled with carcinogens and antibodies.
A better way to health is to make sick people well, the natural way. Chiropractic emphasizes body engineering, postural stability, vertebrae adjustment and dynamic, self-regulating, control systems. It is spectacularly successful and decidedly economical.
Discontent over present day medical care has become so decided, that it has triggered a fast growing switch to chiropractic by millions upon millions of people worldwide. The powerful and paranoid American Medical Association has long struggled, unsuccessfully, to erase chiropractic altogether, even to the point in Hawaii of making it so that a physician must be the primary, with referral rights, in an automobile accident.
Right now, 25 percent of all Americans are regularly taking sleeping pills, with $18 million being spent on prescription drugs and an additional over $600 million spent on over-the-counter pills. Not only do these figures emphasize the seriousness of the insomnia problem but how drug-oriented our society has become.
When we are talking about the media, it comes down to this question: do they create the consciousness of the people or is the consciousness of the people merely being reflected by the media?
The fact is that practically everyone watches TV and reads the newspapers; therefore, the media is in a position to influence. They are just as much leaders of the society as the politicians, schoolteachers, priests, etc.
With all the scams thrust upon us via the mainstream media and Nancy Pelosi, where do find the truth? Interestingly enough, I found two articles that blew my mind.
So, here goes.
Both were written by Marc Thiessen, a columnist for the Washington Post.
Dem Hypocrisy is Wall to Wall:
Barring some miraculous breakthrough, the current government shutdown is the longest in American history and the stupidest.
USA Today ran an interesting series of articles on our ridiculous health care system or should I say our “disease care” system. While more and more Americans concerned with the increasing costs of the U.S. health care system, hawked as the best medical care in the world, the problem is that those that cannot afford it are steadily increasing.