Monday, January 28, 2013

Tort Reform

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Evans Consulting Services, has questioned the ability of Americans to find justice. In the U.S. legal system, lawyers can only rely on epidemiology when suing pharmaceutical companies and doctors who prescribe pharmaceutical drugs. The tort reform movement over the last 15 years has limited the ability of lawyers to use any scientific or medical evidence in court that is not backed up with published epidemiology with a relative risk of more than 2. This all started with the Daubert Opinion and many federal judges have limited this type of evidence even more. Given the general opinion in the medical community that statins are beneficial, the bar is very high, both before a jury and the judge, to prove the harmful side effects of statins that are not warned of in the product labels. Pharmaceutical companies "warn" people about "side effects" while their primary sales agents, doctors, council their patients to ignore these warnings.
According to Ernest N. Curtis, MD, in The Cholesterol Delusion, epidemiology uses evidence of dubious value: Studies purporting to link disease to diet use death certificates for mortality along with diets supposedly eaten for decades by thousands and even by millions. Death certificates are legal documents used to wrap up the deceased affairs. In the English-speaking world "heart attack" is most often entered as the cause of death. In France, something else is entered. Hence, many fewer people die of heart attack in France than in the United States. One the other side of these studies, it is suggested that there is an "American diet" which 300,000,000 Americans eat or a "Chinese diet" which a billion Chinese eat. Epidemiological studies based upon such data are ridiculous on their face. Can anyone remember what he ate last year? Did anyone accurately record it? Yet the courts have chosen to limit what they will hear to "published epidemiology" and have chosen to ignore mountains of scientific evidence that contradicts what pharmaceutical companies claim.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

StrongLifts 5x5

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"You don't have to be sick!" My 200 pound Deadlift. Yowsa! I was already the "most improved" at the gym, after having been in a coma in 2000. I have now officially left the ranks of the weak and sick. What I eat and what I don't eat may have something to do with this. I think it does, whatever some might say. I take no drugs and see no doctors. Let's see how I am 12 months from now. Will I be squatting 220 pounds in September on my 66th birthday? I probably will. The total weight I lifted today was 6135 pounds.

Morley Evans's Chart

You can do this too with the correct nutritional foundation:

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Canadian Medicine

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Dear Tanya,

Here is a short list that you could consider:
  1. as I previously noted, CMPA stands for Canadian Medical Protective Association (It protects doctors.)
  2. the CMPA is not an insurance company
  3. the CMPA was created by the CMA, the Canadian Medical Association, in 1901
  4. the CMA was established in Montréal by a few doctors several months after Confederation in 1867. They wanted to ensure that doctors were paid.
  5. the CMA has always been concerned with money and power — not health or quality.
  6. both associations operate from the premise that doctors never make mistakes and that God or patients are always to blame for problems.
  7. every patient who tries to sue a doctor is merely trying to get something she or he is not entitled to having, according to the CMA and the CMPA
  8. an unhappy patient (or his or her family) who tries to sue is greedy
  9. doctors must belong to the CMA and the CMPA or they cannot practice medicine in Canada. They enjoy a monopoly.
  10. the CMPA does not appear in court records as being involved in the defence of doctors, it pays the lawyers whose names do appear as representing the defendants
  11. the CMPA sometimes "settles out of court" with patients it decides might have a legitimate case against a doctor
  12. all settlements come with a gag order to protect the guilty
  13. doctors put their own interests and those of fellow doctors ahead of everyone else — patients and their families come last
  14. doctors and their organizations are protected by lawyers and judges, legislatures, the media and most importantly — by public opinion
  15. CMPA fees started being paid by Canadian taxpayers when doctors started grumbling about increases they had to pay
  16. initiates (young doctors) and patients are unaware of the true nature of medicine
  17. your doctor does not care about you — at all. The acid test is money. Ask your doctor to write a cheque to compensate you for something he did or failed to do. You will find out, pronto.
The CMA and the CMPA are criminal organizations of the first order.

It may be possible to reform Canadian medicine, but I have my doubts. Aggrieved parties can not expect to get justice in Canada. The CMA and the CMPA along with their members are above the law in Canada. What is left for Canadians? Canadians can drain the swamp. When the swamp is dry, the bad doctors that live in the swamp will disapper along with their organizations, associations, colleges, schools, lawyer buddies, legislators and journalist allies. Canadians can put them all out of business. How?

The first thing a Canadian has to understand is that medicine is not health care and if a Canadian wants to be healthy he or she must not go to the doctor. Doctors know nothing about health. One doctor even suggests that the purpose of medicine is to make people sick. Modern living makes us sick too. We must replace what modern living has removed from living: exercise and nutrition form the foundation of health.

Most people could become healthy, even if they are unwell now. Health can be rebuilt. Canada would need many fewer doctors and only the good ones would be needed. Medical costs would collapse. Health budgets would be slashed. The medical crisis in Canada would disappear. Unemployed doctors could become bricklayers, janitors and street sweepers. They could shovel snow. There is lots of snow in Canada. Some doctors might even become physically fit while digging ditches on the Chain Gang.

Healthy people don't need doctors but sick people do need doctors. They don't need doctors who cheat, lie, torture and kill them. They need doctors who help them. There are such people. If they don't keep quiet and do what they are told, good doctors are persecuted by the bad doctors who run today's medical systems. Isn't that amazing?

Here is one example: If you have cancer, go to Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski in Texas. Dr. Mercola says this. There is a growing list of good doctors who cure cancer, heart disease, diabetes and all the incurable maladies that "modern" pharmaceutical medicine cannot cure. Other doctors prevent disease; they know something about exercise, nutrition, health and wellness. Your first defense against disease is health, not drugs.

What you are doing, Tanya, is drawing attention to the problem. Canadians must understand that they cannot lie around watching hockey games and pharmaceutical ads on TV and go to the doctor when they get sick. They must actively avoid getting sick. If something does happen to them, as something did happen to Jessica, they must actively search for help, as you did yourself for Jessica. The Internet is a wonderful resource that did not exist a few years ago. If necessary, Canadians must leave the country for treatment. Go someplace where your doctor cares about you. Canadians must not listen to Canadian experts who say no. Canadians must not wait for treatment in Canada because it is "free". It is not free. Canadians must stop believing crooks and liars.

 - Morley

Harmed By Medical Error:
Jessica's story:
One of my own stories:

This problem is found in Australia and the United States too:
Theresa MacKay, NSW, Australia: buy her book
Danny Long, North Carolina, U.S.A.: sign his petition
Robin Karr, Kentucky, U.S.A.: read her story

Here's a link to the United Kingdom:

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Friday, January 18, 2013

Lifting Safely

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Okay, okay, I'm a nanny, not a he-man. But I plan to live another sixty years. I won't get there if a heavy weight at the gym falls on me. Prompted to act by Greg yesterday, I did this today.

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A super-safe Bench Press setup. A ton could fall. I would be untouched.

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The cotter keys are usually left out by other lifters. They are there for a reason, guys.

figure 3
Barbell Row setup keeps the barbell 18" off the floor which is necessary
when one is a beginner using small weights.

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A standard Bench Press setup.

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One and a half inch safety hooks don't make me feel safe. I'll never use this again.

In figure 3, in the mirror you can see Rob pressing 14 forty-five pound plates (623 pounds or 282.59 kilograms) on the Precor® leg press machine. He added to that two 25 pound plates later. In figure 4, you can see Tony's lime green Adidas shoes. None of the babes were working out today when I was there. Stay tuned for some pretty girls (photographed with their permission, of course). They keep me coming back.

Thursday, January 17, 2013

How Central Banking Works

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Canada is a mouse that sometimes roars and always has an inflated opinion of itself. Canadians, who have always believed their lying leaders and their stooges in the media, are about to pay the price — come to think of it, Canadians are always paying the price for sleepwalking.


Canadian Housing Edition

How Central Banking Works

“Back in 2009, our hot housing market acted as a life preserver in a sea of economic uncertainty. Now it feels more like a cinder block tied around our necks.”
– Chris Sorensen, “The Great Canadian Real Estate Crash of 2013″, Macleans
Mark Carney, BOC Governor
Canada’s housing market is in the opening phase of a historic collapse. According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) sales of existing homes dropped 17.4 percent year-over-year in December, while sales in Vancouver plunged an eyewatering 31 percent in the same period. While prices have held firm so far, it’s only a matter of time before droopy demand leads to an excruciating correction. Sometime in the next 12 months, prices will follow sales down the plughole wiping out a sizable chunk of the equity people were counting on to feather their retirement nesteggs. Despite the media’s braying about a “soft landing”, the sharp decline in sales suggests that Canada will face a catastrophe very similar to the one in the US, the only difference being that Canada will not suffer a financial crisis at the same time. (Mortgages are not securitized in Canada.) . . .

Click this link to read the full article.

MIKE WHITNEY lives in Washington state. He is a contributor to Hopeless: Barack Obama and the Politics of Illusion (AK Press). Hopeless is also available in a Kindle edition. He can be reached at

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Safety First

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Safety First: always, always. Greg was very lucky. He posted this on to warn other lifters that safety must always be a weight lifter's top priority. Greg is an experienced lifter who is strong. He was warming up here to bench 315 pounds. He was alone too. It took a few weeks to get over his embarrassment over a near-fatal event. Greg takes chances no longer. Safety rails in a squat cage are essential. He always uses them now. It's better to be safe than dead. Stay strong.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Body Compositition

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I'm right in the Middle.

Monday, January 14, 2013

American Empire

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Here in Canada, I had never heard of Henry Wallace, oddly enough. Wallace was FDR's Vice President during Roosevelt's third term in office. Franklin Delano Roosevelt was a tricky customer, so we cannot be too sure what he had in mind. But I do think Roosevelt, like Woodrow Wilson and nearly all Americans, believed that the world would be a better place without the British Empire and other empires and monarchies. I think they really believed they were for the common man and that the United States really was, and is, "the last best hope of mankind." All the empires, except The British Empire and The Empire of Japan were wiped out by 1918. True, the French believed they still had an empire until they lost Algeria in 1962 and the Belgians thought they had an empire until they lost the Congo in 1960 but both empires were long gone before. The British and Japanese were finished off by 1945 with WW II. As Roosevelt said, "Nothing in politics is an accident." Henry Wallace, as a leftist who championed the common man, would have been in the American mainstream which is anti-imperial and anti-war. Remember all those Frank Capra movies? So from where comes the U.S. Empire, the empire that does not think it is an empire? This is the source: using evil to eliminate evil must result in evil. I have no doubt that Roosevelt would have felt closer to the Soviet Union than to the British Empire (He would have overlooked the evils of Stalin, Trotsky and Lenin). Churchill felt that he was the odd-man-out in WW II and he knew the light was growing dim on his beloved British Empire. (The Soviet Union and Nazi Germany were both immune to the Great Depression. Try to imagine that the Great Depression was engineered by Wall Street and the Fed to prepare the American people to fight WW II which would establish the U.S. world-wide empire. That is what we had with the Truman years — the Zenith of that empire. The long slow slide down the slippery slope had already begun when Eisenhower became the POTUS in 1953.)

Here are some links to Olive Stone's The Untold History of the United States. They are on YouTube. Showtime is an American channel that is not available in Canada.

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Avoid Doctors

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Medical costs are out of control, world-wide. Everyone is trying to find ways to find more money to dump into medicine. Doctors and everyone involved in the medical systems love it, of course. However, dumping more money down a rat hole only makes the rats happy. It doesn't solve anything. Happily, the solution to the health care crisis is in your hands. It doesn't require the cooperation of anyone else. You can take steps yourself to become healthy. The first thing you can do is avoid doctors. Your doctor cannot make you healthy. Medicine is not healthcare.

What killed Steve Jobs? The short answer is the immune suppression drugs that he was given after his liver transplant to prevent rejection of the transplant. The long answer is the diagnosis of pancreatic cancer that he got when he had a screening test as part of a checkup in 2004. Jobs likely had been living with cancer for years before this diagnosis and he lived for years after — despite the medical treatments he received and the changes in his Vegan diet that were recommended by doctors.


July 26, 2012 by DAVID MIHALOVIC
When It's Time For a Health Check-up, Avoiding Your Doctor Can Save Your Life

Today, more than ever, conventional medicine is one of the biggest threats to your health. You're nearly 300,000 times more likely to die from a preventable medical injury during a hospital stay [than in an airliner crash]. Pharmaceutical drugs are 62,000 times more likely to kill you than food supplements and 7,750 times more likely to kill you than herbal remedies. CT scans are a major cause of the breast cancer they are supposed to detect [and prevent]. No ifs, ands or buts about it, Doctors are a leading cause of death and if you want to a live longer life, you'll avoid them [like the plague].

When Brian Mulroney, the former Canadian prime minister, went for a check-up in 2005 he was given a CT scan
This discovered two small lumps in his lungs, and surgery was recommended. 
The operation was complicated by inflammation of the pancreas -- a serious condition which meant being in intensive care.
He spent six weeks in hospital but was readmitted a month later because a cyst, which had developed on his pancreas because of the inflammation, had to be removed as well.
All those operations, scans, time off work, tests -- but some say such medical testing is worth it if they catch the nodules early and save lives isn't it? Not at all. The nodules weren't cancer -- they were benign. 
Essentially, Mulroney had surgery and complications for a 'problem' that hadn't actually been a problem. This happends thousands of times per day across mainstream medicine.

'Body MOT' screening tests -- like those the politician had -- are done for people who are completely well and have no symptoms.

clampdown on clinics offering MOT health checks to the worried well -- which can include whole body scans -- has been signaled by governments, amid concerns over the exposure of healthy people to unnecessary radiation.
How could an innocent check-up be harmful?
Part of the problem of looking for abnormalities in perfectly well people is that rather a lot of us have them. 
The crux is that most of them won't do us any harm.
There's a well known story of a patient who was rather paranoid about contracting lung cancer. He was never a smoker or regularly exposed to second hand smoke, but his father had lung cancer so he thought his genes predetermined his fate. The patient tested himself every year with medical scans he thought would spot the cancer if it were to grow. One day a doctor saw a spot on his lung after a scan and diagnosed it as cancer. The patient underwent all sorts of medical treatment, including radiation. He ended up dying six months later from cancer that actually did form in the lung. Six months later his family reviewed old x-rays from previous scans of his lungs that the patient had completed 15 years earlier. The exact same spot in the same position was always there.

Part of the problem of looking for abnormalities in perfectly well people is that rather a lot of us have them.

So, for example, if you do MRI scans of the brain in people who are healthy, you will find that 1.8 percent have a swelling in an artery, an aneurysm, and 1.6 percent will have a meningioma -- a type of brain tumour. 
Yet these people have no symptoms and the vast majority will never develop any problems related to what the scan shows.

Many cancers will subside without treatment, however most patients don't want to risk cancer growth. What people don't often think about is that what you do know can often kill you. In other words, the knowledge of cancer can actually promote further cancer growth if that's what you believe. Psychological studies and assessments on patients have established that 78% of people are more likely to become ill if they believe they will contract the illness from a coworker or family member.

When pathologists examine prostate glands from men who have died from an unrelated cause, they find that between 45 and 80 percent of the men -- particularly if they're older -- have prostate cancer.
Yet this hadn't caused them harm and wasn't responsible for their deaths. If those same men sought treatment for this condition, their risk of death increases and this correlates well with their participation in conventional medical care.
Or take heavy smokers, screened for lung cancer using CT scans. In at least 20 percent of patients, cancer is picked up on the scan -- but this is a 'cancer' that would grow slowly and would not affect the person's life span.

In a Swedish study of 60,000 women, 70 percent of the mammographically detected tumors weren't tumors at all. These "false positives" aren't just financial and emotional strains, they may also lead to many unnecessary and invasive biopsies. In fact, 70 to 80 percent of all positive mammograms do not, upon biopsy, show any presence of cancer.

Perhaps one of the most damning reports was a large scale study by Johns Hopkins published in 2008 in the prestigious Journal of the American Medical Association's Archives of Internal Medicine (Arch Intern Med. 2008;168[21:2302-2303). In the Background to the research it was pointed out that breast cancer diagnosis rates increased significantly in four Scandanavian counties after women there began receiving mammograms every two years.

In the study looking at two large scale groups of women in Norway, one having a mammogram every two years for 6 years, the other just at the end, the researchers themselves went on to conclude that they cannot link the increased incidence of breast cancer diagnosis simply to more real cases being detected because the rates among regularly screened women were significantly higher than rates among women of the same age who only received a mammogram at the end of the same six year period.
You might think picking this up is good, safe medicine?
Sadly, it's not. These people are 'overdiagnosed' -- they're told they have cancer, when it won't go on to cause symptoms or an earlier death.

But they are treated as though they have a life-threatening condition. This means they get the risks of treatment, without the benefits.

Medical mistakes kill 100,000 Americans per year. The total cost of medical mistakes, lost income and production, cost of disability and health care, totals $17 to 29 billion a year. Dr. Mercola lists a brilliant series of top reasons to avoid your doctor. Everything from mammograms to depression and high blood pressure are a greater risk to your health [when] diagnosed by a medical doctor rather than [when they are] undiagnosed.

Everything abnormal gets treated with treated drugs, operations, radiotherapy or chemotherapy. What is wrong with that picture?

If you are overdiagnosed -- given a label of a disease which was never going to harm you -- there's no chance you can benefit from the treatment. You can only get side-effects.
Overdiagnosis is one of the enormous issues in modern medicine, but most patients don't know it. This is partly because of a strange paradox.

The more unnecessary treatments that are given, the more people believe their lives have been saved by screening. The opposite is true.

Giving lots of people a 'false alarm' from a disease they were never going to die of -- and then pronouncing them 'cured' -- makes it seem as though screening was successful. 
In other words, the more popular a screening test is, the worse the test may be. 
What if these people knew that the stress of the diagnosis and treatment was for a cancer that wasn't going to harm them?
In reality, overdiagnosis is a risk in most screening tests, such as the national screening programme for breast cancer. 
Around a quarter of women diagnosed with breast cancer as a result of routine mammograms are overdiagnosed -- they were treated with surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy for a cancer that wouldn't have harmed them.

What patients need to remember is that the pros of screening should outweigh the cons. This is rarely considered by the patient and not properly conveyed by the doctor.

For example, the are many clinics who offer an ultrasound of the arteries in the neck for those who have been at high risk for stroke.

A narrowing of these arteries can lead to a stroke. So wouldn't it be a good idea to find out about them before they cause one? 
It sounds temptingly logical. In people who have had a stroke or a ministroke, having this scan to see if further treatment is needed is very useful. 
But for people who are completely well and haven't had a stroke or mini-stroke, the research is compelling -- for not doing it. 
The problem is that an operation to correct the narrowing of arteries is more dangerous -- with complications including death and actually causing a stroke -- than the risk of a stroke happening through not operating. 
This balance of risks is the reason why the ultrasound is not offered in most countries in the world.

Margaret McCartney, a GP based in Scotland was recently involved with an investigation from the independent consumer organisation Which?, who telephoned five such clinics that used CT and MRI scans to get further information about the tests they ran.
Three of them didn't mention the risks of overdiagnosis, and one only partially covered the risks. 
Surely if you are going to spend thousands you would want to have the potential for harm spelled out at the first opportunity?

Potential patients need to know what they're getting into -- well before they get into the costly screening scanner.
If you want to truly prevent disease you must avoid conventional medicine and take care of your own health. This includes, avoiding as many chemicals and pollutants as possible. Drinking clean, chemical-free water without fluoride. Exposing your body to sunlight. Choosing the right diet strategy for your body type while avoiding genetically modified foods. Exercising while trying to minimize stress and anxiety. Avoiding pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines at all costs. Most of all, don't give another person power over your health regardless of their credentials. Take control because nobody knows your body like you do.

Dave Mihalovic is a Naturopathic Doctor who specializes in vaccine research, cancer prevention and a natural approach to treatment.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Untold History

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We are so noble, aren't we? Start here: "Everything you think you know is a lie." No one even claims the Nazis were this bad. Think about it.

Untold History of the United States

Oliver Stone, Obama, and the War in Vietnam

Oliver Stone’s Showtime series, Untold History of the United States, is the most radical mainstream television I have ever watched. Eye-opening scenes, shocking speech by our presidents, splendid narration by Stone, all make for a compelling series. A 700-page book by Stone and historian Peter Kuznick accompanies the eight-part program; it provides greater detail and covers more ground than the Showtime installments, allowing viewers to gain an even better understanding of our “untold history.”
Episode 7, which is mainly about the War in Vietnam (or the Second Indochina War as it is also called), riveted me to the screen. Stone atones for whatever guilt he has felt about being a soldier in Vietnam by laying out the horrors of the war, the sheer murderous violence of it, in vivid detail. I came of political age in those years, and I got angry all over again watching the bombs and defoliants falling, the victims screaming, and the politicians and generals lying. It will be a joyous day when that master liar and war criminal Henry Kissinger dies and joins his cohorts in mass slaughter, Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon. His name should become a synonym for murderer.
The carnage brought to Southeast Asia by the United States is mind-boggling, as Stone and Kuznick document:
*nearly four million Vietnamese killed.
*more bombs dropped on Vietnam than by all sides in all previous wars throughout history, and three times more dropped than by all sides in the Second World War.
*19,000,000 gallons of herbicide poisoned the land.
*9,000 of 15,000 hamlets destroyed in the South of Vietnam.
*In the North, all six industrial cities devastated; 28 of 30 provincial towns and 96 of 116 district towns leveled by bombing.
*The United States threatened to use nuclear weapons thirteen times. Nixon chided Kissinger for being too squeamish about this. Nixon said he, himself, just didn’t give a damn.
*After the war, unexploded bombs and mines permeated the landscape and took an additional 42,000 lives. Millions of acres of land have still not been cleared of live ordnance.
*Agent Orange and other defoliants have caused severe health problems for millions of Vietnamese.
*Nearly all of Vietnam’s triple canopy forests were destroyed.
*3,000,000 tons of ordnance struck 100,000 sites during the “secret” war in Cambodia, causing widespread social dislocation, destruction of crops, and starvation. The U.S. bombing campaign in Cambodia was directly responsible for the rise of the Khmer Rouge under Pol Pot and the genocide that took place afterward (The United States actually sided with Pol Pot when Vietnamese troops finally ended his reign of terror). Stone and Kuznick quote a Khmer Rouge officer:
Every time after there had been bombing, they would take the people to see the craters, to see how big and deep the craters were, to see how the earth had been gouged out and scorched … The ordinary people sometimes literally shit in their pants when the big bombs and shells came. Their minds just froze up and they would wander around mute for three or four days. Terrified and half crazy, the people were ready to believe what they were told. It was because of their dissatisfaction with the bombing that they kept on cooperating with the Khmer Rouge, joining up with the Khmer Rouge, sending their children off to go with them … Sometimes the bombs fell and hit little children, and their fathers would be all for the Khmer Rouge.
*2,756,941 tons of ordnance dropped in Laos on 113,716 sites. Much of the Laotian landscape was blown to bits.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

RIP, China Study

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Here is Chris Kresser, L. Ac (California licensed acupuncturist), on the famous China Study which claims to be the last word on vegan diets and disease, but is it? Kresser says it ain't. You had better have a look.

Promoting fruits and vegetables — which I do — does not necessarily mean advocating eating only fruits and vegetables — which I do not do. There are many essential nutrients that are not contained in fruits and vegetables. Vitamin D is one of them. Despite decades of intense propaganda to the contrary, fat is good for you and you need it. Contrary to popular opinion, avoiding fat will not make you thin and it can make you fat.


Dr. Al Sears, M.D.

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This looks interesting. Why not have a look?

Tuesday, January 8, 2013


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Want to be healthy? This is "flu season" but I don't get sick. No, I didn't get this year's flu shot or see a doctor. This is what I do:

I drink 8 eight ounce glasses of refrigerated filtered tap water a day (1.89 Litres) and more when I am lifting weights. I don't sweat much but a sip between lifts seems to give me strength. I drink JuicePLUS+ Complete blended with half a banana and spinach, celery, kale and a cup of water 3/4 of an hour before going to the gym and another JuicePLUS+ Complete shake with berries when I come home. I probably get everything I need, electrolytes, protein, vitamins, minerals, and micronutrients. I also take six JuicePLUS+ Orchard, Vineyard and Garden capsules (2+2+2) every day. No Gator-Aide. I eat copious amounts of fresh, raw, fruits and fresh raw or steamed vegetables with animal and vegetable protein and fat. I promote good digestion with Oat Bran, Flax seed and Kefir. I supplement with Omega 3 essential fatty acids (Antarctic Krill oil) and 5,000 IU of Vitamin D3 to keep my level between 40 and 60 ng/ml. I lift weights three times a week and get sunshine in between. I rest when necessary. My blood pressure is 100/63. My cholesterol 9 mmol/l  = 348 mg/dl. Doctors think I should be dead and they did their best to kill me, but I think I may live another sixty years. I may even get to start a family in ten years and set a record. I am always looking for ways to improve what I do. This is not rocket science: I am finding ways to replace what "modern living" has removed from life. I go to church. I thank God.

Foods to eat: crucifers like cabbage, kale, collard, broccoli and cauliflower; spinach; beets; carrots; beans; dandelion. Eat fruit: grapes, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, oranges, apples. Sauerkraut, coleslaw, flax, oat bran, yoghurt and kefir help digestion. Good news for lazy people: Raw is good and it is simple. Raw is real fast food. Avoid sugar and crap at the drivethrough. Healthy eating is easy.

What are you doing to be healthy? Watching TeeVee Ads? Listening to doctors? Taking their drugs? Eating at McDonalds? Getting sick? Getting old?

- Morley Evans

Tuesday, January 1, 2013


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There were doctors long before there were pharmaceutical companies. 

Doctor in Egypt
There were doctors in ancient Egypt (3150 BC). Who knows what they did? Acute injury would have been common and chronic injury rare.

The first Chin Emperor, Qinshihuang (259 BC to 210 BC), was given mercury pills by his doctors to bestow immortality. We know the emperor died at 49 after going nuts. We don't know what happened to his doctors. They probably said, "We did everything we could," in Chinese.

Qinshihuang was buried in his huge underground mausoleum which was surrounded by armies of life-size terra cotta soldiers and which contained a lake of mercury shimmering under a blanket of pearls in an underground night sky. We can guess the emperor's doctors continued practicing medicine since mercury was a new discovery that was believed by doctors to contain magical properties. 

Hippocrates (460 BC to 370 BC) came two hundred years before the first Chinese Emperor. Hippocrates is best known for the Hippocratic Oath and the Hippocratic Maxim "Do No Harm." For centuries, every doctor has sworn to adhere to the Hippocratic Oath when he becomes a doctor.

Some 19th and 20th century doctors
Yet down through the Ages, doctors have been guided by the maxim "Being a doctor means never having to say you're sorry." Immediately before pharmaceutical medicine (so-called "modern" medicine), doctors bled the sick. These doctors refused to accept that bacteria had anything to do with disease and were insulted when it was suggested that they themselves were the cause of most infant mortality. "The very idea!" 

Dr. Morris Fishbein, head of the American Medical Association (1924-1949)
An unrepentant soul burning, forever
Doctors have never accepted responsibility for anything they have ever done. "That was somebody else, not us." Doctors just move on to the next big thing. Pharmaceutical drugs (including antibiotics and vaccines), radical surgery and radiation were big in the 20th century.

Doctors don't apologize, that would be admitting that they make mistakes.

Doctors can't admit they make mistakes. Doctors believe they are gods who are infallible and omniscient. (Most doctors are in the same business as fortune tellers, clairvoyants, sleight-of-hand artists and other magicians.) Doctors never make amends or pay money to their victims. They learn from the start that they are a breed apart. 

Since doctors never Repent, and Repentance is required to be Saved, it is safe to assume that Hell is jamb-packed with doctors who are being tormented for eternity. Too bad, doctor boy.

Dr. Albert Schweitzer
There are doctors like Albert Schweitzer, Max Gerson and Hippocrates who won't be found in Hell, however. It is time good doctors separated themselves from the quacks and criminals who run the medical establishments that protect monsters.

For the first time, ever, the Internet provides a means for victims to sound the alarm. When the bell rings loud enough, and long enough, reform will come. Remember: Good doctors are motivated by compassion not money and status. Good doctors serve their patients, not themselves. We don't need the bad ones. They can go to Hell. 

"I don't want to hear about this," your friends and family tell you. Don't shut up. Keep making noise. Tell the world about Medical Malpractice. Does your doctor put his money and position ahead of you? Find out. If he does, find someone else. 

Harmed By Medical Error

- Morley