Medical doctors are not trained to teach you how to achieve extraordinary health. They are trained to treat disease, and more specifically; the symptoms of disease. Physicians are taught how to diagnose illness and subsequently prescribe pills with lots and lots of not-so-fun side effects.
Day and night, we are incessantly exposed to pharmaceutical drug commercials depicting shiny, happy, healthy people running through fields of flowers, programming the viewer to accept disease as a completely “normal” way of life. Clever marketing techniques, such as creating acronyms for every disease, tricks the consumer’s mind into thinking, “Oh, well if they have an acronym for it, it must be real.” At the end of each commercial the narrator speedily rambles a long list of side effects that may include; diarrhea, vomiting, nightmares, insomnia, irritable bowel, dizziness, headaches, tremors, dry mouth, drowsiness, ad nauseam. In most cases, the side effects are worse than the symptoms of the disease itself. In truth, these are not “side effects” at all but direct effects that you are guaranteed to get if you take the drug long enough.
Because the mind identifies better with “labels,” many general diseases are dissected into a multitude of diseases so that a drug can be assigned to each of them. The bottom line is; more drug labels can be produced if more diseases are labeled which will, in turn, increase sales.
You may be surprised to learn that, in the last century, no chronic diseases have been cured. None. And this is true despite the fact that hundreds of billions of dollars have been given to organizations for research which are also called “causes” that devote their time and energy to finding cures for a myriad of diseases. Cancer research alone is funded to the tune of $5 billion a year. But instead of coming up with cures, any cures, we’re left with a Patient/Doctor/Pharmacy disease-care system that consistently makes more and more money as more and more people become drug-addicted “treatment customers” for life. Not surprisingly, the global prescription drug sales market is expected to reach $360 billion by 2014.
Instead of falling prey to the disease-care system scam, the Next Human will see through this monetary conglomerate designed to keep the person’s body in a state of disease. Next Humans will understand that the body is innately intelligent and regenerative. They will know the truth that the body can repair, re-grow, and rebuild itself given the proper conditions. Eating a nutrient-dense, alkaline-forming, starch and sugar-free diet is crucial for achieving extraordinary health.
Jason Lincoln Jeffers is an online Wellness Coach who founded Sunlighten and co-founded Sunlight Day Spa; companies dedicated to infrared sauna therapy, sound therapy, and massage therapy. His Wellness Coaching practice embraces meditation, infrared sauna purification, upper cervical chiropractic care, and eating an alkaline-based, nutrient-dense, sugar and gluten free diet.