Building Health: Initiate a Health Strategy
My mother-in-law, a widow of a recently deceased doctor. The way she came out was a nightmare. This is because its health strategy has produced a ugly result.
Shortly before passing, she had a colostomy to set an intestinal blockade, the result of a struggle for decades to diverticulitis. Poor teeth and gums, renal failure and liver problems were also in the mix.
Not surprisingly, she rumped a carousel led by a doctor of prescription drugs and their side effects.
My mother-in-law came out of typical American fashion – slow ventilation by system by system accompanied by a loss of mobility.
She learned three difficult and painful lessons during her exit:
1) You can not find health in a physician cabinet.Doctor.
2) Pharmaceuticals do not restore your health.
3) Our “health care” system manages the disease, but does not improve your health.
My father, a retired dentist who can hardly move with a Walker, is also following the typical American health strategy.
Despite eating all the “good foods”, it deals with the effects of prostate disease, osteoporosis, arthritis, stroke, Parkinson and has recently been equipped with a pacemaker.
He too is up to this manifestation of prescription drugs led by a doctor. He has his Cozaar, Carbidoba, Ticlid, Prilosec, Voltaren, Lipitor and Zoloft. Its Vasotec and its doxycycline have recently been interrupted.
You do not have to follow this common American health strategy. “
Instead, you may want to consider implementing what I call the health strategy of Grandma Weiss / Uncle Wallace.
These parents of mine lived well in their 1990s, were rarely sick and rarely saw a doctor. They were not in the prey to slow, agonizing ventilations system.
On their last day, they went to the unattended bathroom, had an evening meal, drunk a little tea, read a little, were lying down and did not wake up.
At night, they closed the shop, all their metabolic enzyme systems put the head mercifully closed at the same time, the way nature heard.
This type of strategy is quite common in remote locations such as Vilcabamba in Ecuador and Abkhazia in the Russian Caucasus.
Dr. Weston A. Price has chronic other remote groups that fell ill or die as we do. He found that the regimes of these persons to be dense nutrients-dense, containing four times the minerals and ten times soluble vitamins in the US diet of the end of the 1930s and early 1940s.
Here are two common denominators found in Grandma Weiss / Uncle Wallace strategies and isolated groups indicated for their health and longevity:
(1) Mineral and vitamin regimes that maintain their more than 2000 metabolic enzymes throughout time.
(2) No dependence on prescription drugs that interfere with these metabolic enzymes.
Consider what happened to most Americans in the six decades starting in 1940:
The nutrient density of their diet, including that of “rights foods” in these schemes, continued to slide the descent and use of prescription drugs increased.
If you conclude that you want to rebalance your current strategy, here are some simple and logical things to do:
(1) Take advantage of the resources offered by the POTENTENGER Nutrition Foundation.
(2) Start looking for natural alternatives to prescription items and the counter of your drug cabinet.