Five Health Steps the System Does Not Want You to Take

I am an LPN Nurse and recouping from being very sick, this is how I ate myself back to health. This article continues telling the story of my research into a different kind of nutrition.

Joan L. McDaniel                 September 13, 2012

 As I said before in this site I am recouping from being very sick, run down and overworked. In my attempt to regain my years of lost strength, I have been asking questions and doing research on how to get and stay well, and did the food I eat cause my illness?

I agree with the Health Ranger in that I think the system wants us all sick and complaint or dumbed down to not interfere with what they have planned. We can all agree, getting sick is big business, and big money adventure - Especially if it is the big C.

What if we were told to follow unhealthy health choices that would make us sick?  What if the reason were to keep the big money machine going? After all getting the Big C illness, involves a huge commitment and major health expense. What if, we could of avoided getting sick in the first place? How can we stand up to this systems that seems to be making us ill.

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D Pinto October 09, 2012 at 04:05 PM
I think you are right on point!
Joan McDaniel October 09, 2012 at 07:38 PM
Thank You D Pinto. All I know Is something must be right for I'm feeling better, I'm back to work and Energy I have not had in years. Thanks Again.


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