Should there be profit in medicine? If one makes his money operating on you and prescribing pills, why would they ever tell you to eat differently so you don’t have to pay him? It’s simply not in their interest doing so.
The doctor wears two hats. And, one of them is a businessman. He is under financial pressure to meet his expenses and overhead. And, you are the one who is going to be billed for it. So, is the answer socialized medicine? Isn’t our medical system socialized medicine, already?
When you see your physician, they are looking for something wrong, not something right. But, why aren’t they telling you what food to eat and lifestyle changes required to prevent ailments, conditions or diseases happening in the first place?
Socialized medicine doesn’t seem to work out too good in other countries. Very long waits. Free enterprise works better if it isn’t regulated to death. Yet, if food can cure, why aren’t there more doctors who prescribe a better diet so we get well without being cut open?
When people stay sick, doctors and hospitals make their money. Diet and lifestyle changes have been proven to save lives and make people well again.
‘Potential of Dietary and Lifestyle Factors to Prevent Chronic Diseases:
Several lines of evidence indicate that realistic modifications of diet and lifestyle can prevent most CAD, stroke, diabetes, colon cancer, and smoking-related cancers [1 ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK11795/] ‘.
There is big money in dying. And, once we get caught up in that system, many never get out of it alive. Maybe, there is hope. It seems there are more and more doctors who believe plant based whole food cures what’s been ailing us. I have studied what these well known physicians profess. They believe and have proven a change in diet and lifestyle works wonders. It did for me, and it just might work for you, too.
Source- 1 URL ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK11795/
Website Title Disease Control Priorities in Developing Countries. 2nd edition.
Article Title Prevention of Chronic Disease by Means of Diet and Lifestyle Changes
Date Published January 01, 1970
Date Accessed October 28, 2018
Note- consult your doctor before you change your diet.