9 December 2010

Medicine's malfunction explained

Food does matter! Of course it does...

Dr. Peter Glidden talks about the third leading cause of death in the U.S., which is death by medical doctor prescribed medicines.

Few health professionals actually understand disease – how to prevent it and how to cure it. Dr. Glidden has been in the trenches of medicine for 23 years, witnessing first hand the decline of American health. He is one of the very few to realize the sobering truths that MD directed medicine consistently fails to cure disease, and that it causes massive amounts of harm in the process.

Furthermore, he understands that people around the world who continue to hold onto their cultural home remedies live longer and healthier than those that buy into modern medical methods! In America, Hispanics outlive whites by 2.5 years and blacks by 8 years – and it has nothing to do with genetics! Few physicians understand how and why this happens. Few physicians have hands-on experience delivering non-drug treatments that actually help people to recover their health.



Health is our natural state of being. So what would be a wise choice?

Well try a more 'Raw Living' approach.

"We work tirelessly to promote the benefits of raw foods and superfoods because we believe in their huge potential to support people in their busy stressful lives and give them more energy to create a space where they can see solutions not problems. Raw foods are not simply the latest fad diet, but are a simple and sustainable way of eating that can be incorporated into everyone's existing diet. Raw foods contain more life force because the nutrients and enzymes have not been destroyed by the cooking process, so they provide us with more vitality and increase our zest for life. Superfoods are natural plant foods which are exceptionally dense in nutrients, and so help us achieve optimal health." - Source RawLiving (more)



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