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06-24-2013, 02:18 AM #16
j browsing Member
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yes it is big bussines..and when one reads about the side effects damned.gif i had a show down with my doc a month ago and she took me off some of the prescriptions gaah.gif

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06-24-2013, 02:20 AM #17
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(06-24-2013, 02:10 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  yup.gif I haven't consumed GMO's in over 7 years and feel great. It took nearly 2 years to get a candida infection under control from all that sh!t food and antibiotics they prescribed in the States.
Eating organic is the way to go, but with the economy in the toilet, that's quite expensive.
We haven't used fluoridated toothpaste in about 3 years either, we brush with baking soda and salt and rinse with hydrogen peroxide.
The way to stay away from drugs is through healthy living.


Good for you, JayRodney!

GMO's are in a simlar category as drugs in their ability to sicken.

Although organic costs a lot more, sometimes it's not as bad as it first appears. For instance, organic grapes are much more filling than commercial grapes, especially when the commercial grapes are balloon like with water. So I eat fewer grapes.

Then there is the added benefit of not swallowing the pesticides. I do wash the grapes with "Fit" or some other produce washing product, to reduce exposure to those poisons.

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06-24-2013, 02:22 AM #18
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(06-24-2013, 02:18 AM)j browsing Wrote:  yes it is big bussines..and when one reads about the side effects damned.gif i had a show down with my doc a month ago and she took me off some of the prescriptions gaah.gif


Way to go, J Browsing. cheers.gif Check Google and find some herbs to replace the other prescriptions.

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06-24-2013, 02:25 AM #19
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Yes, you're right. It's the crap food, especially the stuff containing HFCS and fats the body can't deal with and makes you hungrier. Good quality food makes you eat less, also I think because it adds another dimension to the whole eating experience.
06-24-2013, 02:44 AM #20
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(06-24-2013, 02:25 AM)Octo Wrote:  Yes, you're right. It's the crap food, especially the stuff containing HFCS and fats the body can't deal with and makes you hungrier. Good quality food makes you eat less, also I think because it adds another dimension to the whole eating experience.


How do we turn this train wreck around?

With 70% taking at least one drug and 50% taking at least 2, it looks like we are past being screwed. Society can't survive this level of intake, especialy since the trend says it will be going even higher.

Countries outside the US aren't immune to this problem either because they are just at a different spot on the time line.

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06-24-2013, 02:53 AM #21
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(06-24-2013, 02:18 AM)j browsing Wrote:  yes it is big bussines..and when one reads about the side effects damned.gif i had a show down with my doc a month ago and she took me off some of the prescriptions gaah.gif


Good! Do you feel any different after getting off of those meds?

I don't know BAG. Seems like educating yourself is the only thing that makes you deal with that sort of thing, and I'm afraid a big portion of the population, both in the US and here won't bother with such. Yes it's a sad state of affairs and I honestly don't know what to do about it.
06-24-2013, 03:11 AM #22
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(06-24-2013, 02:53 AM)Octo Wrote:  
(06-24-2013, 02:18 AM)j browsing Wrote:  yes it is big bussines..and when one reads about the side effects damned.gif i had a show down with my doc a month ago and she took me off some of the prescriptions gaah.gif


Good! Do you feel any different after getting off of those meds?

I don't know BAG. Seems like educating yourself is the only thing that makes you deal with that sort of thing, and I'm afraid a big portion of the population, both in the US and here won't bother with such. Yes it's a sad state of affairs and I honestly don't know what to do about it.


Maybe the problem is that most people on drugs don't understand that there are far superior solutions to their health issues. So they shrug their shoulders and say to themselves that they have no other real options.

It will be damn near impossible to educate 200 million adults in the US and billions more worldwide before it is too late.

It doesn't look like there is much time to me. My guess would be 5 to 20 years tops. It could be just five years before the breaking point is reached.

Pray for me. hug.gif

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06-25-2013, 09:27 AM #23
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It's even worse than I thought. We are really doomed.

I sent a message similar to this one to my subscriber mailing list.

About twice as many people unsubscribed as the previous record. That means a lot of other subscribers hated the newsletter or disliked it even if they didn't unsubscribe.

It looks like the folks who are taking prescription drugs are really defensive about their pill taking and attached to their pills.

So the chances of getting the country off of them is slim or none and Slim left town long ago.

My guess is that in under ten years, this country sucks so bad from unemployment due to bad health, sick people who can't take care of themselves etc, that large portions of the country will look like Detroit does now.

America is rolling down hill and picking up speed. You know those pictures you've seen of Walmart people? That's what society is going to look like all over.

Pray for me. hug.gif

Your prayers have worked like crazy. Maybe one of these days I won't have any behavior issues.  
06-26-2013, 01:20 AM #24
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I take pain killers now n then, or muscle relaxers. I actually try to stay natural, however have muscle spasms down my face, neck and jaw. My best guess is it is caused by degeneration of my spine or tmj. I have tried everything to help it seems. Anyway. Like I said, now n then... Because its hard to function somedays when I wake up. I literally have to lift my head with my hands. At the heart of the issue though I suspect a food allergy or something. Food allergies/ intolerance are most responsible for almost all mental issues and probably half medical issues.

Anywho, 70 percent is far too much. But how do they conclude that number? Does it include prescriptions for medical devices as well?
06-26-2013, 01:32 AM #25
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Sorry to hear that Sako. Have you tried Kava-kava? It's not legal here in EU, but I hear it is in the US. Have you been diagnosed? I have a bad back myself and keeping in shape, I walk a LOT, and stretching takes care of it mostly.

And I agree with your suspicion that diet has a great big deal to do with it.
06-26-2013, 02:03 AM #26
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Meanwhile in the UK...


Quote:Government statistics for 2011 show that in Wales there were 3.8million prescriptions of antidepressants for a population of just over 3million, the equivalent of 1.24 per person.

In England there were 46.7million prescriptions for a population of 53million, or 0.88 per person – at a cost, according to the Health and Social Care Information Centre, of £270million.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...pills.html

And this is just antidepressants. damned.gif
06-26-2013, 11:26 PM #27
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(06-26-2013, 01:20 AM)Sako316 Wrote:  I take pain killers now n then, or muscle relaxers. I actually try to stay natural, however have muscle spasms down my face, neck and jaw. My best guess is it is caused by degeneration of my spine or tmj. I have tried everything to help it seems. Anyway. Like I said, now n then... Because its hard to function somedays when I wake up. I literally have to lift my head with my hands. At the heart of the issue though I suspect a food allergy or something. Food allergies/ intolerance are most responsible for almost all mental issues and probably half medical issues.

Anywho, 70 percent is far too much. But how do they conclude that number? Does it include prescriptions for medical devices as well?


IDK the details of how they arrived at their stats, but the lead author said their report was consistent with other studies done on the same topic. The report was just on prescription drugs which is different from a doctor's order for a medical device.

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