Just one century ago in America, all of the most popular chronic diseases and disorders that we know so well today barely existed, including cancer, diabetes type 2, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s and heart disease. Still, nearly every medical doctor in the United States blames hereditary genes for these preventable health problems, as if somehow a few generations of humans changed hundreds of thousands of years of evolution basically “overnight.”
Doctors don’t receive training or coursework in nutrition during their 8 to 16 years of college and field work, so of course they’re not going to have any real consumption recommendations for preventing or reversing what IS preventable and reversible.
The once reliable “peer review” process now a myth completely debunked
When medical doctors and their shill scientists want to compete with the advice of nutritionists and Naturopathic Physicians, they always use the same old tired argument – “is their advice coming from peer-reviewed medical journals and research?” But what if you found out today that hundreds, if not thousands, of medical science research studies and “peer review” papers were based on lies and many were retracted due to fraud? Here come the facts – an avalanche of fake-reviewed papers.
This past spring, the journal Tumor Biology retracted over 100 research papers after discovering the authors FAKED the entire peer review process, and this came on the heels of finding more than 50 other faked papers last year in seven different journals.
In a massive sweep and clean-up of faked science, medical journals are being forced to retract papers for multiple reasons, including manipulation of the peer-review process, inappropriately allocating authorship, plagiarism, and attempts to subvert the whole peer review and publication system in order to hire industry shills to write whatever corporations want in order to sell experimental, dangerous drugs. Some “reviews” are even sent to fake e-mail addresses but use the names of actual researchers, all while pharma hucksters do the bidding (just enough to make it look plausible).
Retraction Watch experts say their team of investigators expect to turn up much more “journal” dirt from the past. That’s right folks, science, allopathic medicine and faked “peer review” research is on sale in America, and it’s been that way for over a century. The CDC, the AMA and the FDA run a racketeering operation with Big Pharma and the vaccine industry to create chronic sick care customers for life. Make no mistake about it. For years now, the quacks have been calling nutritionists frauds. Now we know exactly why. Chemical medicine is a racket based on lies and faulty research. That’s why Natural News is bringing you the truth, so you can distinguish between good advice and really bad advice. Here are the 8 WORST pieces of advice a medical doctor can ever give their patients.
BAD ADVICE #1. Most health problems are hereditary and all we can do is manage them with medications
That’s just a big lie. Most health problems develop after childbirth and are a result of consuming processed, chemical-laden foods and laboratory-made medicine. Allopathic medicine is all about managing symptoms rather than preventing or reversing disease and disorder. It’s all about the money.
BAD ADVICE #2. Get the flu shot
Influenza vaccines are the most dangerous inoculations of all, and the “proof is in the pudding.” The vaccine industry has paid out over $3 billion in settlement monies to vaccine-injured families, and the majority of that money is for flu shots.
BAD ADVICE #3. All (high) cholesterol is bad
Want the low-down on all cholesterol and how doctors distort the facts to sell you experimental medications with horrific side effects? Learn from Mic the Vegan right here, right now in this short seven minute educational video.
BAD ADVICE #4. Chemotherapy is your best chance at beating cancer
Did you know that 75 percent of medical doctors and oncologists would refuse any chemotherapy because of its ineffectiveness and its devastating and debilitating effects on the entire human body? Here’s what doctors who know better say:
“The majority of the cancer patients in this country die because of chemotherapy, which does not cure breast, colon or lung cancer. This has been documented for over a decade and nevertheless doctors still utilize chemotherapy to fight these tumors.”
BAD ADVICE #5. There is no need to test your blood for heavy metal toxins
Many health problems begin with acute and/or chronic heavy metal toxin overload in the body, including lead, aluminum, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, nickel, chromium and tungsten. These are often found in conventional food, over-the-counter medications, vaccines and prescription medicines. Nary an MD in America uses a “metal panel” to test their patients for these, which can cause multiple organ damage, even at low levels of exposure.
BAD ADVICE #6. Take aspirin daily to prevent heart attacks
Daily aspirin causes thousands of deaths every year from internal bleeding. If you’re looking for natural remedies to prevent heart attacks look into a plant-based diet and supplement with resveratrol.
BAD ADVICE #7. Avoid organic food or “it’s all the same quality” as conventional food
The fewer chemicals (including pesticides, GMOs and heavy metal toxins) you consume through food, water, medicine and personal care products, the healthier you will be. Period! Use common sense here.
BAD ADVICE #8. All vaccines are safe and effective
No vaccine in the history of vaccines has ever been proven completely safe or effective. To the contrary, many contain known carcinogens, heavy metal toxins, other animal’s blood, genetically modified organisms, and combinations of live disease strains. Be careful! Consult a naturopathic physician before injecting known neurotoxins.
Written by S.D. Wells and published by Natural News ~ September 12, 2017.
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