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Your Beliefs,Your Health and Your Life Tempe AZ

Most doctors are doing the best they can with the information they have, and many of them are truly caring individuals. But doctors don't study health, they study disease. They are taught that interference with nature, by using chemical treatments and surgery to remove or repress symptoms, is the way to achieve health. Again, really think about this. Does this make sense to you? Do you want to believe this backwards system? Many people do.

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Your Beliefs,Your Health and Your Life

by Roe Gallo, M.A.

From Living Nutrition vol. 3

Where do mistaken beliefs come from? Much of the public’s beliefs about health and disease are formed by the food and drug industries and the billions of dollars they spend in marketing and advertising.

Also, doctors have a big impact on our beliefs. At one time, I was a great example of that, but if I had continued to blindly place my faith in the medical profession, I wouldn’t be here today. Most doctors are doing the best they can with the information they have, and many of them are truly caring individuals. But doctors don’t study health, they study disease. They are taught that interference with nature, by using chemical treatments and surgery to remove or repress symptoms, is the way to achieve health. Again, really think about this. Does this make sense to you? Do you want to believe this backwards system? Many people do. It allows them to continue their unhealthy lives and leave the “responsibility” to the men and women in white coats.

Don’t look to the medical industry to provide information on health, because it doesn’t know how to create health, all that doctors know is how to treat symptoms. The “health” industry, like the food and drug industries, is a massive money-making machine. The health industry is excellent at business and terrible at health.

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