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You think Americans are plump now? Wait till the next generation arrives. For many American children middle-age bulge begins at age 10.
Health professionals—well aware that overweight adults are at increased risk for heart disease, stroke, diabetes and even certain kinds of cancer—are beside themselves over this trend. Already we see kids with the so-called adult-onset form of diabetes. What will happen if the diseases we usually see only later in life begin to appear 15 or 20 years sooner in the life cycle? We may be about to find out. We're seeing the crest of a statistical wave that terrifies me. (source)
America is fat and getting fatter! Click on the image above to learn about the girl, over 600 pounds who died, and whose mother was found guilty in Court.
It is no longer a simple question of knowledge. It is a question of morality. When a person KNOWS that a sugar diet will make him fat, and eats loads of sugar, anyway, he is making himself a moral drag on society.
It is painfully obvious to me that the medical profession urges you to use EXACTLY the wrong diet for diabetes, and for that matter, heart disease. The government then enforces this wrong diet. Unbelievably they tell you that it is OK to eat sugar and that your diet should be high in carbohydrates, low in protein. The exact opposite of these recommendations is the truth.
In all my 15+ years of exposing government lies, this is now the biggest and worst of them all!
These Government-recommended diets CAUSE diabetes and heart disease! This page was first published in 2000. Now, near the end of 2001, the government is finally admitting that the data here is true!
The US government is finally looking at its own food proportion recommendations as a possible cause of the poor health and overweight in America. Click here to read a June 2002 article in the Wall Street Journal on the Food Pyramid. Another article in that same WSJ describes how various food companies are starting to worry that they will be sued, like the tobacco companies, for misleading people into thinking that their food was healthy. Of course, much of it is not!
How can I, a mere author from California (of all places) disagree with eminent authorities? Well, it is easy. When you read the research, even the research paid for by the drug companies, (more than 3,000 pages of research studies in my diet section alone) you cannot avoid the conclusion that a diabetic should NOT be eating sugar and MUST have supplemental chromium in his diet. This article is connected to more than 3,000 pages I have compiled to bring you the truth about diet!
Note: I am undoubtedly still in the minority on this. The book I want to send you from this web site says, simply, "eat good food." It does NOT say to eat this or that. So, the guy who strongly recommends that you MUST be a vegetarian? He and I would disagree on that. But, he and would agree, wholeheartedly, on the moral code of "eat good food."
That is the marvel of this common sense moral code. The code is written so that everyone should be able to agree with it -- yet it is very specific.
What is "good food?" People differ on the answer. People can differ on this and still be very good friends.
But, part of his moral code is to seek out the truth and be willing to live with it.
I would probably say that the vegetarian is not looking at the truth about diet. The vegetarian would undoubtedly say that I was ignoring the truth he has found.
We do NOT disagree on the moral code of "eat good food," but we do not agree on what is truth, nor, probably, have we agreed on a method of detecting truth and false information -- both. That is a vital part of this moral code. I treat that subject HERE.
If you are a diabetic, you have a moral duty to learn the truth about diet. You stand to have an amputation of your legs if you do not!
The subjects of diet and health care are very tense ones for people in our era. You may agree with the BOOK, the common sense moral code, but disagree with KARL LOREN about the value of eating carbohydrates, etc. I've covered THIS type of difference --- between the book I'll send you and my opinions, HERE.
Part of this moral code is, for instance, to brush your teeth.
Yes! It seems like almost too trivial, but in this subject of caring for yourself, there isn't much, is there. You eat right, keep your teeth clean and go to a good doctor when you should.
Even in dental work you'll find two dentists that agree on the code -- take care of your teeth.
Yet, one strongly believes that silver fillings are dangerous because of the mercury in them, while the next dentist strongly disagrees. This book doesn't get into that disagreement. You will agree that you SHOULD take care of your teeth.
When you see someone with rotting and dirty teeth, you know that whether he has silver fillings or plastic fillings, he needs SOMETHING. There is an agreed immorality in letting your body go to rot.
Is it taking care of yourself to smoke? Millions do it. Does that make it "right?"
Does smoking belong here? Is it, rather, like a drug? Wherever it belongs, you have a moral duty to investigate and see if it is, indeed, harmful. If you decide it is, you have a moral duty to do something to get off of that habit.
Among other aspects of caring for your body would certainly be included that you should go to a doctor when that is the right thing to do. Included in that would be, certainly, to evaluate the moral code of the doctor as well as his technical skills. You would be harming yourself, for instance, to accept a medical diagnosis from a doctor who was practicing fraud on you.
The affidavit itself is detailed and vivid: In one case, the affidavit says, a physician interviewed by the FBI claimed that a patient received a "four-vessel bypass surgery" despite "no evidence of any obstructive coronary artery disease." A series of examples make the argument that Drs. Moon and Realyvasquez performed various procedures, including heart catheterization, angioplasty and heart-valve replacement surgery, on relatively healthy patients. (source)
The FBI agents swept through the hospital, Dr. Moon's office, and the offices of cardiac surgeon Fidel Realyvasquez, who also practices at the hospital. They were collecting medical records and other evidence for an investigation into allegations made by at least one patient, as well as other doctors, that during the years the men have performed hundreds of unnecessary surgeries and other invasive procedures at the hospital, which is owned by Tenet Healthcare Corp. (source)
Country music legend Merle Haggard knows a thing or two about cheatin' hearts. Cheating on heart surgeries, however, is a whole different matter.
The 65-year-old recording artist, who is currently on tour, came home to Redding the other day to find the town in an uproar over allegations that a couple of doctors at the local medical center may have been pushing patients to undergo heart surgeries they haven't really needed. Haggard, it turns out, had a pair of heart stents put in by one of the doctors, Chae Moon, about five years ago.
Now, Haggard said, he's convinced that the fear he has long harbored in the back of his mind is completely warranted. "I suspected when it was done to me that I didn't need" an operation, he said. "There's a very good chance I may be a prime example of what Dr. Moon did. The whole thing has made me mad. I'm just waiting here for the FBI to contact me." (source)
The affidavit presents a far more chilling scenario, which is that Moon violated the ancient medical oath to "first, do no harm." One case briefly detailed by the FBI: A 59-year-old male received bypass surgery and, four years later, is still too weak to work. A cardiologist who reviewed the man's records for the FBI "found, at most, evidence of a relatively minor problem," the affidavit says.
The investigation, which will take months, is roiling the owner of Redding Medical Center, Santa Barbara-based Tenet Healthcare Corp. Tenet, which owns 113 hospitals around the country, last week revealed a federal audit of its Medicare billing practices. Between the Redding investigation and the audit, Tenet's stock has declined by two-thirds, shaving more than $15 billion off its market capitalization. Analysts have downgraded the stock, saying Tenet's moneymaking ways are threatened. (source)
Two doctors who are under investigation for allegedly performing unnecessary operations at Tenet Healthcare Corp.'s Redding Medical Center got to keep their licenses Wednesday. (source)
and this editorial in the LA Times:
Patients want to trust their doctors. Few demand a second opinion, even if they ought to, when a specialist says a surgical procedure is necessary to head off an imminent heart attack. That's what adds such a chill to the stories out of Northern California about cardiologists being investigated for performing risky but possibly unnecessary heart procedures that effectively bolstered their paychecks. So do the questions about whether hospital administrators could have turned a blind eye to possible medical wrongdoing in the name of profits. (source)
Am I too hard on these brilliant surgeons? What would you think if you knew your local bypass surgeon was doing his surgery while drunk, and was caught?
CANTON, Ohio -- At the peak of their careers, Philip Rice and Richard Schwartz were doctors who made heads turn. They dominated cardiovascular surgery in this city of 84,000. They posted some of the lowest surgical mortality rates in Ohio. Each doctor earned more than $1 million a year, and they reveled in the luxuries that a thriving practice could buy.
The two surgeons furnished their office at Aultman Hospital with Oriental rugs, glass sculptures and original oil paintings. They drove matching sports cars -- first Jaguars, then black, top-of-the-line BMW 750s -- that they parked side-by-side in hospital bays reserved for them by name.
In their grandest gesture, Drs. Rice and Schwartz each December threw a black-tie dinner party at a local country club for 200 friends and colleagues. That single night's entertainment cost $20,000, Dr. Schwartz says, but it established him and Dr. Rice as part of Canton's social elite. (source)
I've really hit into the bypass surgeons here. It happens to be the surgical procedure that brings in more money than any others. It happens to be a procedure I have studied extensively..
The data? Some 23% of all the Medicare patients there died after bypass surgery in 1984! This death rate was ten times higher than the best bypass surgery centers.
Was this unusual? Well no! What was unusual was that the statistics on death rates for bypass surgery had been kept hidden for many years and only in 1984, for the first time, did these figures finally get into the media. (source)
Well, I say that you have a moral duty to investigate what some doctor says he wants to do to your body.
It is YOUR body and you are responsible, morally, to take care of yourself.
In my opinion you would be immoral to allow someone to talk you into bypass surgery.
Obviously, you see, I am in a small minority with my opinion on this.
The book on morals I want to send you? It does not mention bypass surgery. So, bypass surgeons could embrace the code that says you should take care of yourself.
He "knows" with great certainty that he has the best treatment for you.
I know, with equal certainty that his treatment is useless, harmful.
We can't both be right?
We are not.
Eventually you come to a position in life where you are ready to take care of yourself, and you recognize that getting truthful information is far more valuable than buying pills. Here she is, the loving wife, a husband with a health problem, and one year later, with standard medical care he is needlessly blind:
His CVT doctor prescribe Coumadin. On December the 5th my husband could see, on December 6th he lost most of his vision. He went back to his eye doctor and was told that my husband was bleeding behind his eyes again. My question is, "Do you think the Coumadin is the contributor to my husbands bleeding behind the eyes?" (source)
Eventually, hopefully, you find some sources of information you can trust.
One of the worst possible sources of information of any type would be any mental health "practitioner!" They ask you a few questions, put a label on you, then prescribe a psychiatric drug that will, then, be your pathway to doom -- good food cannot, then, help you.
There is a final comment on the morality of taking care of yourself.
Once you have found an honest source of information, you have a moral duty to find some way to exchange with him -- not steal his ideas and buy your pills from a thief. (source)
The book on common sense morals includes a method of getting to the truth of the matter. Click here to read how that can be done even in an area with as many controversial views as in the field of health treatment.
This book also lays onto you your responsibility of taking care of yourself first. You cannot help others when you are dead.
These books are free to you -- but I ask you to pay a price. I don't ask for money, but I DO ask that you get at least a dozen other people to visit this site and get THEIR free books. Only in this way of the spreading influence can this book finally bring happiness and health to YOU and peace to the planet!