I went to the doctor the other day for a routine pap. The doctor’s office called to remind me it had been a long time and should probably come in. The nurse took my blood pressure and said that I needed a tetanus shot, as she could not see it in my records. I said “no thank you, not necessary”. She then said that whooping cough is going around in London and I should absolutely have that shot, OHHH and the flu shot also. She was quite put off when I said “no thanks”. Then the doctor came in she thought that I should go to the lab to have my hemoglobin checked and also an appointment for a colonoscopy, to make sure at this point in my life I don’t have anything wrong. Again I said “no thank you”. Then for sure you need to go and have a mammogram. “no thank you.” When I was leaving her office I took a look around and all the posters in her clinic were in relation to some kind of medication or injections. Wow I wouldn’t want to work in that kind of an environment. Not to mention I was kept waiting for 50 minutes in a freezing cold exam room. The people in the waiting room when I left were the same people that were waiting when I went in, everyone waiting, waiting for drugs or surgery.
I found some interesting research in a medical journal:
- #1 cause of death is medical doctor intervention
- 3 rd leading cause of death is drugs, prescription drugs
- When medical doctors go on strike around the world there is a dramatic decrease in the number of deaths in that area
- When they go back to work death rates increase
How about a natural healthy paradigm:
- Good food lots of exercise
- Good thoughts, rest, loving relationships
- Vitamin, minerals, herbs, homeopathic
- Regular chiropractic adjustments
“The only side effect to our way is life”.