Cholesterol Is Not Bad For Your Heart But Heart Medicine Can Kill You

Written by Devtome contributor Bomac


The more one looks at the medical industry (and its compliant lap dog mainstream media), the more it appears that every day is opposite day. 1)

The words that are spoken are often diametrically opposed to the actions that are taken, and the consequences of those actions. Vaccines are proven safe and effective, we are told over & over like a broken record, yet by reading the warning inserts from the actual manufacturers of the vaccines, that curiously are packed 1 into a package of 10, allegedly for the doctor to give to the patients (Yeah, right), you will read (with the aid a large magnifying glass at least) a huge long litany of reasons why you should run, not walk, out of the doctor's office & never get another vaccination – or allow your children to get any more vaccinations – again.

The inserts actually inform you that the patient can get the actual disease they are being vaccinated against, as a direct result of the vaccination. Furthermore, they admit that – as a direct result of being vaccinated – you could actually give the disease you are vaccinated against to an unvaccinated person, even if you are not showing symptoms of the disease yourself.

That is completely opposite of the meme we keep being bombarded with that people who are unvaccinated are dangerous for the “herd.” The truth is that almost all the kids that are infected during disease outbreaks are children who have been vaccinated against that very disease. 2) (For more on vaccinations, see one of my previous contributions to the Devtome wiki project.) 3)

Cancer is another example of medical industry opposite day. The actual tools and modalities that the profit driven medical industry 4) uses against cancer, actually cause cancer (not to mention many other illnesses, and death. 5) The medical system, with its lap dog government agencies go after doctors who actually have incredible records healing people from cancer. These doctors will often lose their licenses and be fined into destitution, but they often end up in prison. 6)

Most non trauma surgeries arguably aren't even needed. At the very least, millions of surgeries in the USA are not needed, annually. 7) They often lead to worse problems. Many times they lead to death, during the surgery as well as its aftermath.8) Whenever there have been doctor strikes in the world, the mortality rates decrease during those times. 9)

Most drugs are not helpful, overall. In fact, pharmaceutical drugs are one of the top causes of premature death in industrialized nations. 10) They almost never address the cause of the problem, but simply suppress the symptoms. 11) This drives disease deeper into the body, only to reappear later, in a more severe form.

Plus, all drugs are toxic and have side effects. 12) Doctors are only too happy to prescribe more drugs for those side effects, and then more drugs for the side effects of those drugs, in a never ending downward spiral of increasingly bad health. Furthermore, you can never count on the medical industry to educate you as to how to prevent illness in the first place. 13)

Why on God's green Earth would they do that? Do you really expect them to kill the goose that lays the golden egg? Come on now. How old are you?

So Why Would You Expect To Be Told The Truth About Cholesterol?

Cholesterol is one of the top money makers for the medical industry. 14) The medical powers that be, have successfully made a boogieman out of something your body needs to survive. (In that sense, it's not unlike what the world government, global warming plutocrats have done with carbon dioxide.)

To “save” us from this (non) boogieman, they gave us the anti gift known as statin drugs. At this point, 25% of all Americans over 45 are permanently on statins. With the advent of the (non) Affordable Care Act (of contempt), unless people wake up, we can expect that percentage to increase, and that age to decrease, both in dramatic fashion. 15)

Statin drugs block or at least suppress your body's ability to produce the enzyme that is required for the production of cholesterol. Even if cholesterol really were responsible for creating plaque in blood vessels, making it difficult for blood to get to the heart, it would still be highly dubious to attempt to pharmacologically prevent the body from producing this vital, natural substance.

The reason for that is there are reasons the body produces the substance. Preventing that production is like throwing the baby out with the bathwater. 16) Your body needs to be able to create cholesterol for multiple reasons, ultimately including good health.

Modern medicine is infamous for providing 'solutions' to problems that create worse problems. Statin drugs as a way to prevent heart disease is a classic example. The great irony though, is that it's completely off base from the get-go. Stopping the production of cholesterol does not stop the thickening and hardening of blood vessels.

How Did Cholesterol Get Its Bad Rap In The First Place?

Cholesterol's bad reputation can be traced back to a German pathologist in the 1800s named Rudolph Virchow. He discovered thickening of arteries and he basically went on a hunch. Before you say that doesn't exactly sound scientific, you should be aware that hunches are very much what scientists use in their efforts to try to find out how things work.

They devise a working hypothesis and then do research to prove or disprove its validity. The problem comes when they forget that they are supposed to be as open to disproving their hunches, as they are to proving them. Police detectives will use the same formula, and will often deal with the same problem of neglecting to allow for the facts to disprove their hunch, and so they force the evidence to prove their hunch was right when, in fact, the evidence inconclusive, at best.

This helps explain how innocent people get arrested for crimes they did not commit. The prosecutors then take over in their effort to convince a judge and/or a jury that the police's working hypothesis was indeed valid. When they are successful, the wrongly arrested suspect goes to prison. This is why you should never answer questions from law enforcement.

In the realm of science and medicine, the researcher does not try to convince prosecutors that her hunch is correct. She tries to convince her peers. She will published her evidence in journals, and if her peers do not break it down, it is said to have withstood the scientific peer review process and it is usually generally regarded as scientific.

If other researchers do similar studies and draw the same conclusions, this is known as duplication and confirmation, and it further solidifies the first researcher's hunch. It is not uncommon for flaws, or flawed assumptions in the original study to be accepted and duplicated by subsequent researchers. That simply does not matter, in that every subsequent flawed study will reinforce false evidence as scientific fact.

Often times, there will be some research that draws different conclusions, mixed in with research that draws the same conclusions as the original researcher. Thus, the original hunch is a matter of debate. Yet, as time passes, the debate will be won by popular opinion of either the majority of the researchers, or at least the majority of the most well known or influential researchers.

In reality, it can be as subjective as a group as sports writers debating whether Michael Jordan or Wilt Chamberlain is the greatest player in NBA history. In the early years the consensus might be Chamberlain, but at some point it becomes Jordan, and as time goes by & fewer and fewer sports writers from the Chamberlain era are left to defend the Chamberlain hypothesis, the more it seems like those who support it either don't know what they are talking about, or that they are malcontents who have a personal axe to grind against Jordan.

Yes, a lot of science is based upon popular opinion, personality conflicts and political infighting. It's often not all that different than the way the Academy Awards are given for the alleged best performances in movies. There are campaigns waged to sway the voters, but some contenders may not choose to play the game, or be as good as playing the game as others. Thus, the Motion Picture Academy might come to agree that a certain movie is the best picture of the year, when there is not a lot of reason to back it up. Similarly, scientists are known to agree that various hunches are facts, when the evidence is hardly all that solid.

Once a hypothesis is considered to be fact, though, the passage of time makes it progressively harder to lose its status. Even when a growing number of researchers go on record to state that they do not agree, or they used to agree but have changed their opinion, it is extremely difficult to change the status of the original researcher's hunch from the scientific truth category back to a hunch.

Nowhere can this be seen more dramatically than in the world of HIV AIDS research. There is so much money being made, it seems virtually impossible that the world of “evidence based” medicine will ever pay attention to the ever growing numbers of thousands of doctors & researchers who are saying that the original working HIV = AIDS = Death hypothesis is an epic failure.

As I discussed in my Devtome contribution, Scientific Bias, a tremendous amount of medical and scientific “truth” is wrong, or partially wrong. Science, unfortunately, is about propping up past agreements, more so than the actual quest for truth. In many cases the original researcher sincerely believed her conclusions, but in many instances, the original research was solely money driven. The researchers were paid to create studies with predetermined outcomes, much the same way various expert court witnesses are paid to persuade a jury to certain conclusions.

So What About Cholesterol?

Getting back to Virchow, who found that a lot of heart disease was due to hardening of arteries. He proposed his hunch, that the production o cholesterol, aided by the consumption of various foods is the culprit. However he didn't present much in the way of evidence to provide any kind of proof that the artery problems were caused by cholesterol.

That's where a physiologist by the name of Ancel Keys came in during the early 20th century. He conducted a study that purported to solidify Virchow's working hypothesis. He wrote about it in his report, called “Seven Countries Study.” 17) This is what was used to nail cholesterol to the cross, early on. This study was referenced repeatedly by other researchers. The mere references to it, seemed to have the weight of duplication and confirmation, but that's rather typical in the realm of science.

This study purported to link saturated fat to coronary heart disease. There was a major bit of inauthenticity, though, which also is rather typical in the world of scientific research. Facts are not included into reports that would otherwise make their conclusions impossible In Key's case, the report should have been titled, 22 Countries, and the conclusion should have been the exact opposite.

Instead of concluding that this extensive research confirmed Virchow's hunch regarding the culprit of the hardening of the arteries, it should have concluded that the evidence, in aggregate, did not back that up. Keys cherry picked the countries where the evidence seemed to support the cholesterol hypothesis.

The results of 15 of the 22 countries were not included – not even mentioned in cursory passing. The reason is because those countries showed lots of incidence of people who consumed small amounts of supposedly cholesterol inducing fats, yet who had high rates of coronary heart disease (CHD) – as well as lots of incidence of people who ate lots of fat, but had low rates of CHD. Keys simply swept the vast majority of the evidence under the proverbial rug, because it didn't support the hunch he was trying to prove.

That is absolutely typical of so-called science. Don't think for one minute that things have gotten better 100 years later. If anything, they have become worse. Keep this in mind when you keep hearing the “experts” and their legions of minions talking about, “evidence based” this, or “science based” that.

Keys study showed there was no correlation between cholesterol and heart disease, but he changed the evidence so that he could conclude the 180 degree exact opposite. When you look at all the damage and the premature deaths that would come about from statin drugs designed to stop cholesterol, in large part, due to the false foundation laid by Keys, you can almost be forgiven for wishing that there's a special room in hell for him and all of his ilk. 18)

Today, there are more than 900 studies which confirm the lack of correlation between basic high levels of cholesterol & the formation of plaque that leads to heart disease. 19) Unfortunately, science being what it is, a quasi religion filled with practitioners bent on denying ever having been wrong, this news is not common knowledge Of course there are economic reasons that are even more at play in keeping the status quo.

What Cholesterol Is & Why You Need It

Cholesterol is a natural building component of your body. It is absolutely crucial to your health and well being. You are born with it, plus your body makes more it throughout your lifetime. It's so vital, your have not one, but two cholesterol manufacturing canters; your brain & your liver.

It's involved with every cell (trillions of them) that comprise your body (at the cell membrane level it plays a crucial role in cellular communication & interaction.) A deficiency of this vital element will be detrimental to almost all aspects of your health. It's that important.

Cholesterol is important for the production of bile, and thus, digestion. It's especially vital for brain functions. In fact, a quarter of your body's cholesterol can be found in your brain. It helps to make your brain synapses possible – (that is, the incredibly complex interactions and connections between your neurons that allow you to learn, remember and think.)

A shortage of this substance, due to any reason, including the use of cholesterol lowering drugs or a low fat diet, may play a role in the developing of Alzheimer's disease. Low levels are also known known to bring about negative changes in brain chemistry that are related to violent behavior.

Cholesterol is needed to produce various hormones, including the sex hormones upon which the very survival of humanity is dependent. It is also thought to play a part in the synthesis of sunlight upon your skin to Vitamin D.

Deficiency Of Cholesterol Leads To Heart Disease?

In what would be another classic example of opposite day medical phenomena, a cutting edge researcher, Dr. Stephanie Seneff, of the Weston A. Price Foundation postulates that there is ample evidence to indicate that one of the causes of heart disease is a deficiency of cholesterol. This is completely opposite of the continued working hypothesis of the medical industry. She formulated this opinion while studying the research of grounding, which was first published in 2005.

Grounding has to do with the interactions of electrons on the Earth's surface and the workings of the human body when the individual walks barefoot upon the ground. Electrons are transferred from the ground to the person, traversing throughout her entire body. There are a number of extremely beneficial effects that have been documented.

The workings of some of these effects are understood, while others remain a mystery. One of the more mysterious benefits of grounding (also known as Earthing) is that if the person's blood is too viscous, it becomes thinner, as it should be. Dr. Seneff's proposes that the electrons from the ground interact specifically with cholesterol & sulfur in the person's body. in a way that induces the healthy thinning of blood, as needed.

Grounding research indicates that a lack of grounding may be responsible for much of the epic proportion of heart disease humanity suffers from. Seneff's hunch is that, furthermore, if individuals don't have enough cholesterol, grounding will not be effective in regard to its blood thinning role. (I will discuss grounding somewhat more in depth in a separate conversation, that I will link here.)

The True Cause Of Blocked Arteries

The false scenario is that when you eat a lot of cholesterol producing food, the arteries to your heart will get blocked with cholesterol. That's not the case. That does not mean there are never ill effects from eating too many fatty foods, especially animal fats and processed junk foods. Being obese is not conducive to good heart health, but you don't have to cut back on eggs due to fear of creating cholesterol filled arteries to your heart. (In fact, eggs are some of the healthiest things you can give to your body.

Substances like sugar and fructose cause damage to your arteries. The more you go overboard consuming them, the more damage they do. Your body repairs the damage those substances do, and in so doing, it heals with a scabbing or thickening process. Therefore, the best way to cut down the risk of heart disease is to cut out processed sugar and fructose. If you are not ready to completely change the way you eat, at the very least, drastically reduce those substances.

The Exceptions

There are two exceptions where cholesterol levels can be indicative of heart disease risk. Don't get too excited though, and claim that everything you've just read, including the first part of the title to this article is untrue. Let me explain.

Would you say that water is not bad for you? Yes, you agree. Water is not bad for your health. You know you need to drink a lot of water. In fact, many things you drink, you should be replacing with water. Yet, did you know that people have consumed so much water they've become ill? It's known as water toxicity.

In fact, some people have consumed so much water, they actually died of water toxicity. You can have too much of a good thing. Too much of a good thing can be deadly. Yes? OK, then. That does not mean that water is bad for you or that you should take pills that take as much water from your system as possible.

3 Cholesterol Risk Factors

Just as you can drink too much water, if you have an exceptionally high total cholesterol level of 330 or higher, that would be a red flag. It was indicate you inherited a cholesterol disorder from both of your parents, and you might actually be an appropriate candidate for a cholesterol lowerihg drug. That is the case in maybe 1% of everybody currently taking statin drugs now.

You may have heard that there is good cholesterol (HDL) and bad cholesterol (LDL). That meme came about when the medical industry was no longer able to get away with completely demonizing cholesterol. However, the cutting edge (non mainstream, non paid off) researchers rejected that model. They said don't worry about either type.

Now, the word from the cutting edge researchers is saying there are 2 HDL risk factors, but that in no way means that HDL is bad. In fact, it would likely mean you don't have enough of it, in which case, you would not want to do anything to further reduce it, like take the drugs or eat a low fat diet.

HDL Ratio Equations

  • HDL/total cholesterol ratio:

Divide your HDL level by your total cholesterol. This percentage should ideally be above 24 percent. Below 10 percent, it's a significant indicator of risk for heart disease. [So, if your HDL is 50, and your total is 200, that would be 25%. Even if it were 20/200, making it 10%, it would be on the borderline o the significant risk level. You would want to increase your HDL.]

  • Triglyceride/HDL ratios:

This ratio should ideally be below 2. [If your triglyceride reading were 99 and your HDL were 50, that would be below 2. If your HDL were 100 and your triglyceride were 185, that also would be below 2. If the ratio were over 2, your could get it below, by increasing your HDL or lowering your triglyceride.]

Statin Drugs Opposite Day

Statin drugs have been linked to more than 900 side effects. It is an understatement of epic proportions to say that statin drugs are ridiculously dangerous. The vast, overwhelming, majority of people who are taking them, 99% or more, should not be taking them – and even they should be constantly monitored to make sure the benefits they are getting justify the harm they are doing. 20) 21) 22) 23) 24) 25) 26) 27) 28)

Moreover, lifestyle choices should be made in an effort to try to wean the small percentage of people who are qualified candidates for statins, off the dangerous drug whenever possible. In fact, everyone should make such choices, discussed below, in an effort to never develop the symptoms that inspire drug pushing doctors to put them on statins in the first place.

This is not to say that statins should be banned. I'm sure there are situations where they are appropriate, just as I'm sure there are situations where it's appropriate to amputate a limb. However the massive overuse of statins is tantamount to doctors in emergency rooms amputating limbs every time a patient go in with a severe cut.

Ironically, statin drugs – which are ostensibly, primarily used for the alleged reduction of heart disease risk – are known to actually increase the risk of heart disease, including the culmination in heart attacks. This type of irony is nothing unusual in the world of mainstream medicine. It's pretty much par for the course.

The specific way that statin drugs increase heart disease is through the development of insulin resistance. This is quite dangerous, on multiple levels, since, in addition to often inducing heart disease, insulin resistance is also shown to promote everything from diabetes to cancer to weight gain & belly fat to high blood pressure to Parkinson's to Alzheimer's to thyroid disruption to and chronic fatigue.

Statins double down on diabetes by raising your blood sugar levels. Normally, your body sends excess sugar and starch you have eaten to your liver to be converted into triglycerides and cholesterol. Statins prevent your liver from producing cholesterol, so it just releases that sugar into your bloodstream, thus raising your blood sugar level, which leads to hyperglycemia, which is basically a drug induced form of diabetes.

Doctors often can not differentiate statin induced hyperglycemia from actually type 2 diabetes. As a result the patient gets diagnosed as a diabetic, and is then given additional drugs, which create more side effects and illness, when they could have simply been taken off the statins if the doctor had realized the situation.

(That brings up the question as to why the patient was on the statins in the first place. You see that with drugs all the time. A patient suffers a side effect, and the doctor takes the patient off a previous drug she had prescribed for the patient to take for the rest of her life, and then the side effect goes away. Much of the time, the doctor doesn't prescribe a substitute drug for the one she just took the patient off of, which should make any thinking person ask why she prescribed the first drug in the first place.)

I realize the doctor would say it would have been alright if the side effect did not manifest, but since it did, the harm outweighed the benefit, in that particular patient's case. It's a pat answer and a common justification, but the more you become aware of how common side effects are, the more hollow the entire process is made evident. Doctors have been turned into drug pushers, pretending to be helping you when their purpose is really to make a lot of money for their drug supplier and some money for themselves.

When the doctor's answer to a side effect is to simply take the patient off the drug that caused it, rather than try to find a substitute, we should be thankful, because the substitute drug also has a litany of known side effects as well, but it's an admission from the doctor that the drug wasn't really needed in the first place. It would have been so much better if the doctor would have attempted to discover the actual cause of the problem and prescribed a lifestyle change to attempt to deal with it, but doctors are not taught to do that. They are taught to move product for their big-time drug suppler bosses. 29)


CoQ10 is a natural compound that our bodies produce, which is also found in certain foods. It's a popular health supplement, usually packaged in the form of liquid capsules. It has many benefits for the body, arguably most profound in the area of heart health.

Well, wouldn't you know it? Statin drugs are infamous for robbing your body of CoQ10? Isn't' that special, (as the Church Lady used to say.) The irony just never stops. Your doctor is concerned with your heart health, so she put you (for life) on a drug that is guaranteed to rob your body of its supply of a compound that is proven to be vital in the protection of your heart. (This type of phenomenon does not keep happening by accident. The folks at the top of the hierarchy of the medical industry do this on purpose.)

Statins are known to lead to myopathy, disease of muscle tissue. A huge reason for this is because they interfere with the functioning of CoQ10. It is a good idea to supplement with CoQ10 in general, but if you are an unfortunate person who must take a statin drug, it is absolutely mandatory that you also take the ubiquinol form of CoQ10.

The European Journal of Pharmacology published a study which showed that ubiquinol stopped the routine damage of muscular cells usually done by a statin drug, thus preventing myopathy. 30) Another study published in the Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology dealt with supplementing selenium plus CoQ10 by people who were suffering from known cases of myopathy brought about by statins. They had less pain, fatigue, cramps & muscle weakness. 31)

Other Side Effects Of Statins Drugs

Below is a partial list of other side effects of statins, beyond what was discussed above. Remember, there are more than 900 side effects that are known about, so this article is hardly exhaustive.

  • Immune system suppression
  • Accelerated aging
  • Liver damage
  • Depression
  • Destroyed cellular proteins, lipids and DNA
  • Cognitive loss
  • Lowered threshold for physical exercise
  • Neuropathy
  • Anemia
  • Dizziness
  • Kidney failure
  • Pancreatic dysfunction
  • Polyneuropathy (nerve damage in the hands and feet)
  • Oxidative cell and tissue damage
  • Cataracts
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Acidosis
  • Frequent fevers
  • Hepatic dysfunction (Patients need to be monitored for proper liver function because of the potential increase in liver enzymes)
  • Impaired ability to utilize carbohydrates and fat for energy

How To Avoid Statins

Depending on who is doing the tallying, heart disease is often cited as the number one killer in the United States, and a top killer throughout most of the world. There are things you can do to naturally reduce the risk of heart disease, which in the vast majority of cases, will prevent you from being a true candidate for statin drugs. (Of course, that wouldn't necessarily mean your doctor won't try to get you on them anyway. Now more than ever, you need to be educated & accept responsibility about your health to be in a good position to feel confident about asserting your rights with your doctor, much as you should be educated about your legal rights so you can feel confident when you assert your rights to police.

Ironically, most of the natural protocols for reducing the risk of heart disease have the effect of ensuring that your body is making enough cholesterol. They are not centered around shutting down your body's capability to produce this vital, life enhancing substance.

Yes, they may also help regulate the process so that you don't have skyrocket levels of cholesterol, but that is because it's possible to have too much of a good thing. These protocols aid your body in creating the balance it requires to be healthy.

Do not look to drugs to shield you against heart disease, because the primary cause is arterial wall damage & insulin resistance. Optimize your insulin level & prevent arterial wall damage via a healthy diet. This allows your liver to produce the cholesterol you need & it stops your body from repairing artery damage by thickening and scarring the arteries around your heart.

That means to eliminate – or at the very least, drastically curtail – sugars, especially fructose, and also grains. Make your largest portions vegetables & eat most of them raw. This will not only help to prevent heart disease & diabetes, but most every other chronic disease.

Heart & General Health Hacks

  • Exercise daily. Do things you enjoy, even if it's just a walk alone or with someone.
  • Eat organic varieties of eggs, coconuts, coconut oil, olive oil, nuts, seeds & grass fed meats. Supplement with animal based omega 3 oil, (from krill is ideal.)
  • Get enough vitamin D by making sure you spend some time in the sun each day.
  • Drink filtered water that is alkalized & ionic. (A great + economical choice is the pitcher from Vitev. To get fluoride out you could go with their $800 under sink unit, or bring water from the filtration machines found in or outside various grocery stores.)
  • Walk barefoot on the ground daily, if only for a few minutes. Among other benefits, this makes your blood less viscous, better able to circulate and less likely to clot.
  • Quit smoking. If you can't seem to do so, curtail your habit by 1/4 each year.
  • Don't consume more than a few alcoholic beverages per week (if you can't or won't give them up entirely.)
  • Get plenty of sleep.
  • Even if you have a sit down type of job, stand up for at least several minutes per hour. You can use boxes to put on your desk to make a standing desk for your standing time.

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I've spoken to people of various ages from various parts of the United States, that confirmed a common theme among school children within a clique, a group of friends, is to agree that a certain day, today, is opposite day. Thus, they will say the opposite of what they mean, when speaking to each other at lunch and recess. Living in modern society is very reminiscent of that. It's similar to George Orwell's dystopian novel, 1984, where the government spoke in doublespeak.
Diseases would not vanish if everyone were vaccinated. The 2% in the USA who choose not to vaccinate are awake and acutely aware of the best ways to avoid disease. They are less prone to come down with diseases because they take the steps required to build up their immune systems. They are begging for studies that show a direct comparison between vacinnated people and unvaccinated people, but the medical industry refuses, because they know such studies would decimate the belief that vaccines are needed.
So, why did I say, “profit driven” when mentioning the medical industry, you ask? After all, what industry is NOT profit driven? I can honestly attest to the fact that I can think of no industry that is not driven by profit – including the massive charity industry. I do believe, though, that it's important to remind ourselves of the profit motive behind industry in general, but especially the medical industry in particular. This is because we tend to look at the world of medicine from a different perspective. We tend to forget that it's about the money, just like any other industry. It's not filled with millions of Florence Nightingales & Mother Teresas. When industries are making millions and billions, and in the case of the medical industry, TRILLIONS of dollars, it is naive beyond embarrassing to presume that it is run on altruistic principles. Do you understand that if you invented a car that could get 300 miles per gallon of water, and if you refused to be bought out, you would be murdered by thugs who work for the automobile and oil industries? If you have that level of common sense regarding those industries, I would beg you not to give it up when you ponder the medical industry. If you created a miracle drug that healed everybody from their ailments, and prevented everybody from coming down with new ailments, so that we all could live in perfect health until we died peacefully in our sleep of old age, why would you think you would be safe, trying to bring that to market?
I'm not even referring to cases where the patient was sure to die, and the surgery was a last ditch effort to save her life. I'm speaking of the every day occurrence of people who die from the complications from surgeries that were not needed.
An industry apologist would probably say, “Yes, cholesterol causes heart disease, and a lot of money is spent dealing with that, but it's not a poor reflection on medicine. The truth is, cholesterol doesn't cause heart disease, but by pretending it does, the industry gets untold millions of people to permanently take statin drugs, which makes them untold billions of dollars.
Indeed, one of the worse aspects of the draconian Obamacare nightmare is that it forces people into the tangled deadly web of the medical industry, who had previously avoided it. One of the best aspects is that it raises healthcare costs so high, that millions of people will likely opt to simply drop their coverage and pay the IRS fines, thus extricating themselves from that tangled web of death, deceit and toxins. This will likely bring about more interest than ever in alternative health modalities, and nutrition and prevention education.
That is such a good phrase. Do you know its origin? Before the modern convenience of running water, people would haul water to their homes. They fill the tub, and use the same water. There would be a pecking order as to who would get to use the water first, second, third, and so on. Washing the baby was generally last. The water would be so dark, people would joke, don't throw the baby out with the bathwater.
I don't actually wish that, nor do I believe it. There is too much evidence that reincarnation exists for me to be able to believe in hell. Plus, I simply am unable to wish eternal torture with no chance for redemption upon anybody, no matter how much harm or suffering they have brought upon others. That includes the likes of Stalin, Mao Tse-tung, Mussolini, Hitler, or so called royalty & elites (as well as other low-lifes) who participate in the ritual torture and murder of children.
If you have a doctor who you go to see about a health issue, and you leave without a prescription, chances are great that you have struck doctor gold. It becomes 100% if she advised you to improve your nutrition, get better sleep, drink more (and purified) water, stop drinking alcohol & soda, get some daily exercise, get some daily sunshine, and/or to work on developing a positive attitude. On the one hand, this would hurt her business, because her patients would likely get well & stay well. If that happens, it would be nice if they remembered her at the Christmas season, with a thank you card and a check. It would hearken back to the ancient Chinese tradition where patients pay there doctor a small amount every month they are well, and not pay when they were sick. On the other hand, it would be good for that doctor's business, in that word of mouth would continuously bring her new patients, since almost no other doctors are actually helping their patients to become healthy.

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