The 4 Health Areas Neglected By The AMA




Western medicine is world famous for diagnosis, surgery and trauma care.

However, there are four areas they have ignored that can produce remarkably vibrant good health quickly and for no or low-cost:

1. Detoxification—The Master Cleanse is a good example of this, but there are others. For people who can’t or won’t do the Master Cleanse (which does all the organs), there are liver cleanses, gall bladder cleanses and colon cleanses to name just a few. Removing toxins from the body better allows the body to heal itself.

2. Parasites—Western medicine has turned its back on the idea that people in developed countries could have parasites. The truth of the matter is that they are very common and in most cases easily killed and eliminated. The simplest and best know alternative parasite program in Hulda Clark’s. There are others. I’ve just used Clark’s. It’s surprising how much less you eat when your parasites are gone, not to mention how much more energy and clear thinking you have.

3. Probiotics—It’s sad to hear from people who have taken antibiotics for lengthy periods, but never told to take probiotics afterward to replenish these good bacteria that are part of our immune system and keep the bad bacteria (like Candida) under control. In addition, probiotics actually manufacture vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B12, and K. They also kill some of the disease-causing germs in your intestines and some recent studies report lower cholesterol and help in cases of irritable bowel syndrome (diarrhea, pain, and heightened food sensitivities).

4 Nutrition—Western medicine has been focused on medicine and surgery for handling disease. Because it’s not profitable for companies to promote eating fruits and vegetables, very little attention has been focused on nutrition. Nutrition tends to be a subject that contains a great deal of conflicting information, making me wonder how much is real science and how much is science that has been bought to discover information that looks good for the manufacturing company. As long as there are people who really believe that a diet of pizza, soda, candy and chips can build a strong health body for the future, we live in the dark ages of nutrition.

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gold account October 12, 2012 at 2:42 pm

Say goodbye to solid food. For at least 10 days, your new best friends are not-quite lemonade, water, and laxatives. That means 4 cups of salt water each morning, a cup of herbal laxative tea at night, and 6 to 12 glasses throughout the day of the “lemonade”—a concoction you make from fresh lemon or lime juice, maple syrup, cayenne pepper, and water, according to http://www.themastercleanse.com , one of the most comprehensive Master Cleanse websites. (Several variations of the diet exist, so it’s up to you to decide which one to follow.) Crave something more substantial? Too bad: Straying from the 650-calorie per day regimen is not allowed. Expand this section for more on Master Cleanse, including side effects.

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Edlita October 22, 2012 at 8:12 am

Maybe it would help you if you didn’t look at things as diet foods . When you want to eat soeimhtng (which you should do often, like every 2-3 hours), think to yourself what benefit am I getting from this? So instead of thinking of things you CAN’T eat b/c you’re trying to firm up, try thinking of what you CAN eat to help you. What you do eat is much more important that what you don’t eat. And the little things do add up. For example try a small handful of nuts, but remember to get them without salt. No need for that extra sodium. And drink TONS of water. I know it sounds very cliche, but once you get into a habit of really staying hydrated, you realize how much better you feel. Oh, and fresh, raw veggies are great. Just remember, the more natural a food is, and the less processed, the better it is for you. Good luck friend!

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