Alternative Health Options

Remember the days when the family doctor was someone who could be trusted? Someone who would do an honest diagnosis and then tell you exactly what was wrong and the best way to get better? Those were the days, my friend.

Today, it seems like many doctors are just trying to score points with their employers by getting you to submit to every imaginable unnecessary test. They’ll prescribe expensive drugs you don’t really need – and which could actually end up doing you more harm than good – and refuse to tell you about natural and healthy alternatives to those medicines. Not surprisingly, the big pharmaceutical companies and the Food and Drug Administration are in on it, too. Their goals seem to be cleaning out your wallet and weakening your system with unneeded and potentially harmful vaccinations.

And don’t even get me started on ObamaCare, which is the ultimate train wreck designed to make people dependent on government healthcare and destroy the budgets of individuals, businesses and even states. So, what can we do about this healthcare mess?

Well, the most important thing we can do for ourselves is to stay as healthy as possible through good-sense, natural means. Like eating raw fruits and vegetables every day. Like taking Vitamin D for your bones and blood vessels. Like taking B vitamins for breathing issues including asthma, wheezing and bronchial spasms. Like eating walnuts to help lower your cholesterol, relieve your arthritis and battle depression. Like drinking coconut juice for subclinical infections and taking iodine for your thyroid and your circulation. Like drinking a little red wine for your heart and eating blueberries to stabilize your blood sugar levels.

Of course, there are countless additional natural ways to stay healthy. We’ll discuss more of them in upcoming blogs. In the meantime, let me know what natural foods you eat to keep healthy and out of the doctor’s office. Other readers would love to hear about them.


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