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- Author Will David Mitchell: This book is years of life — your life.
- Dr. Linus Pauling: Every disease can ultimately be traced to one or more mineral deficiencies.
- Dr. Joel D. Wallach: The food pyramid has killed more Americans than all wars combined.
- Dr. Peter Glidden: Somebody ought to go to jail.
- Author Will David Mitchell: A magnificent journey begins with one step — in a new direction.
The Role of Big Pharma
It’s profitable, highly profitable for medical suppliers to keep physicians in the dark about treatments that would negate the need for mega-dollar scanners, million-dollar regimens of prescription drugs, hugely profitable tests paid for by insurance, etc.
I wrote about that profit motive in a thriller novel entitled. “The Seduction of DoctoRx”, 2012.
But wait. So what? Insurance-reimbursed tests are free to the patient, right?
Hardly. Nothing is free. We collectively pay for those tests. Consider insurance premiums to be a tax on the general public, except that it’s paid to the insurance companies, instead of to the IRS. Functionally, it’s the same thing.
The US Government even supports this tax. It exceeds income tax for some people.
Do you like your forever-increasing insurance premiums? Do you have any friends who do?
Do you understand why insurance costs have to be so high? The preceding paragraphs and a small amount of thought explain it.
It’s a shocker: keeping people sick would be highly profitable, whereas healing them would inhibit the money stream.
Are all physicians such crass schemers? Of course not! Are some of the leaders in Big Pharma? The evidence and logic are conclusive.
Poor nutrition kills people. That’s obvious. It kills physicians more quickly than the rest of us, simply because doctors don’t know what good nutrition is. Therefore, doctors eat more poorly than the rest of us.
As I wrote above, the proof of that disturbing statement is in physician obituaries.
The terrible conclusion is that while we need and honor doctors to let them sew us up on the battlefield and after motorcycle accidents, we can’t afford to follow their advice about nutrition.
We would die early, just like they do.
The dead doctors have died young because while they are alive, they were ignorant about nutrition.
I contend that most physicians are honorable and high minded.
They rarely lie but because they are misinformed by their profession, the effect has been worse. By thrusting themselves into a position of authority and then teaching people error, the effect has been worse than if someone with no reputation taught the same things.
Believing a lie does not make it true, any more than denying the truth makes it a lie.
Doctors have a moral responsibility to be correct or to say nothing and in my experience, most of them do violate that responsibility. When they don’t know everything, they should simply say so. Instead, most of them are parroting much of what the large pharmaceutical companies and their universities (who are largely controlled by pharmaceutical companies) and their research papers (largely controlled and sponsored by the same companies) say.
To be fair, most doctors, whom I’ve asked don’t like Big Pharma any more than you do.
However, doctors don’t have much of a chance. They typically take a single half-hour course in nutrition during their 12 years of college work. Even that course is heavily biased toward eating grains. They simply don’t understand nutrition. A slowly- increasing few do – because they’ve made extraordinary efforts to learn about it, risking their careers, but most don’t. Otherwise, they’d protect their lives with great nutrition. They can afford the best.
A nutritionist can read physician obituaries and recognize nutrition-related diseases that kill doctors early in life. The most common are simple deficiencies in calcium, copper, selenium and magnesium. How sad!