Do you want to get off your medication?
89% of people in this country take prescription drugs for chronic health conditions. That’s almost everyone. Does that alarm you?
We start medicating children in this country, putting them on drugs to control conditions such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism. They become prescription drug users as early as age 5.
You are the exception to the rule if you do not take prescription drugs. You might feel abnormal. You might even wonder what’s wrong with you.
On the other hand, if you are taking prescription drugs, you might be sick of the high costs, the side effects, or the fact that you are destined to be taking them the rest of your life.
Want to do something about it?
The healthcare system is spiraling out of control. Costs are increasing, health is diminishing, and we seem to be getting nowhere, even with renewed efforts by the Obama Administration to reform the system.
Clearly you need to take matters into your own hands and make choices that make sense to you.
Ask yourself just one question: Am I getting better or worse?
If you’re getting worse, or not getting better, why continue to do what you’ve been doing?
Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Albert Einstein, (attributed)
US (German-born) physicist (1879 – 1955)
So what can you do about it?
The following video by Dr. Terry Shintani will show you how to get off your medication, with the help of your doctor. His proven program has helped people stop diabetes medication in as little as two days!
100% of the people who follow his program lose weight.
–Why eating more can help you weigh less
–Why low-carb diets don’t work
–The major myth the entire health-care system is based on
–Why genetics plays a much smaller role than you think
–The #4 cause of death that isn’t a disease
The video is an hour long and will show you exactly how to turn your health around, with basic changes in diet and lifestyle.
Take an hour and consider the evidence he presents. Then consider your future and what it might be like if you continue on the path you are currently on.