Preach it Mike Adams – Health Ranger.
After reading a few different headlines and articles today, foretelling of current and future doctor shortages, I was left with the feeling that everyone is missing the point.
That’s when Mike Adams came to the rescue, and put a great article together preaching and as a population what we have an excess of. In this care, sick and dis-eased people.
Dis-ease. It’s taking me back to chiropractic philosophy class, and the thought of the late, great, Dr. Fred Barge, D.C. pontificating about the truth about health, wellness, dis-ease, and chiropractic.
The sicker our population gets through physical, chemical, and emotional stresses, the more people we will need to take care of us. With the most common belief systems thinking we also need a cocktail of drugs and medications, opposed to changing our lifestyles, eating habits, and other things we have control over. Receiving an adjustment from a chiropractor to help correct nervous system function happens to be at the top of my list.
One of the solutions I saw today in a front page headline, was the potential expansion of the scope of nursing. I am not against this per se, but the skeptic in me wonder who set this idea in motion, since it’s typically the people who would benefit most.
The idea of demanding more doctors, more nurses, and more drugs to combat dis-eases of lifestyle, seem to be missing the point entirely. Most articles do not let on to which type of doctors we have the greatest shortage of, but it is common knowledge that the dis-eases and sickness most Americans are suffering from relate to lifestyle.
Mike Adams mentions, this is also setup to be another big time money grab by the health industry.
What we’re witnessing here is a massive expansion of the sick-care industry which already swallows 20 percent of the U.S. economy. Over the next few years, that percentage will rise to 25 percent, then 30 percent, and this financial sinkhole called “mainstream medicine” may even hit one-third of the entire national economy.
He follows this up with two choices for us to make, #2 should include a few other things like exercise, emotional stress reduction etc…
Choice #1) Invest in more doctors and expand the business of disease to ensnare the entire population in a cycle of pharmaceutical dependence, nutritional ignorance and accelerated disease.
Choice #2) Invest in nutrition and shrink the sick-care industry by showing people how to stay healthy, fit and free of disease. Downsize sick care, in other words, by unleashing health.
It is great to see someone speaking truth about health, and I couldn’t agree with the author more.