Are doctors the only ones who understand health?

We have been taught that if something is simple, it's not respectable, because it doesn't feed our ego. That's part of why doctors don't want to hear about nutrition, because it's taught to grade school children.

It has everyone's minds thinking that health is something that only a medical school graduate can understand - rubbish!

It took time for me to come out of the brainwashing because it felt like I'd been in a hypnotic fog. Then I see you, and you just "get it," and you don't care what anyone else says, you know the truth. It's awesome.

I have a friend who told me recently that I need to become a doctor to reach more people. I told him that's the opposite of my message - I want everyone to see how simple nutrition is, that we need to take it back into our own hands - forget about the status of "doctor."

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"We have been taught that if something is simple, it's not respectable, because it doesn't feed our ego. That's part of why doctors don't want to hear about nutrition, because it's taught to grade school children."

Perhaps the greatest example of this lies with the cure for heart disease invented by Linus Pauling back in 1989. Millions continue to die each year while cardiologists and family practitioners are not taught nutrition in medical school or refuse to pass along what knowledge they have about it to their patients because "It's too simple" and it represents a profound economic threat to the pharmaceutical and conventional cardiology industries. Based on science that pre-dates World War II, cardiovascular disease is caused by a vitamin C (ascorbic acid) deficiency. This vitamin is absolutely critical for collagen synthesis in the human body. Without it the arteries deteriorate and require Lipoprotein (a) cholesterol "patches" to prevent them from rupturing. In 1989 Pauling invented the cure for heart disease when he discovered that lysine (found in a protein that is exposed in deteriorating arteries) has a natural attraction to the sticky small density cholesterol Lipoprotein (a) that doctors seldom test their patients for. Statin (cholesterol-lowering) drugs actually increase Lp(a) cholesterol while lowerling LDL cholesterol and put cardiac patients at even greater risk for heart disease (this warning is even printed on Canadian statin drug labels). There is a great deal of information on this subject at the website www.TowerLaboratories.com. They sell high-dose vitamin C/lysine drink mixes based on the science and discovery of Drs. Linus Pauling and Matthias Rath. The company's founder was a personal friend of Pauling who learned about this straight from Pauling and the company has been formulating the Pauling therapy for over 12 years.


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