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WESTERN MEDICINE FAILS TO CURE ARTHRITIS

WILL WESTERN MEDICINE EVER ADOPT OR TEACH MY DISCOVERY OF THE SPECIFIC FOOD AND EXERCISE COMBINATION THAT FIXED MY ARTHRITIS?

Sadly, in my opinion, and I believe I can say this based on the first amendment right of freedom of speech, real cures just don't fit the business model of western medicine. Healthy people don't visit doctors.

If there are simple, effective, and cheap cures (and I believe there are), most people won't change their diet and exercise habits to adopt them. Getting people to change what they eat seems like it is more difficult than getting people to change their religion!

Besides, if people did that, they might not need to go to the doctor for a whole host of other problems!

But also, if a person eats a food to fix a medical issue, what's in it for the doctor? Nothing.

A pill requires re-filling a prescription, and a new doctor's visit, which earns money for the doctor.

Healthy people don't make doctors wealthy. I'm a free market advocate of capitalism, but it seems the "for profit" version of medicine is failing people.

Doctors would rather prescribe pills. And Americans would rather take pills.

Most Americans have no problem hearing "there is no cure, but we can manage your pain" and take "medicine" that is nearly indistinguishable from heroine, that not only makes the pain go away, but also makes the pleasure center of the brain light up and sing!

That's the sad reality that I'm up against; a multi billion dollar industry that just might do anything to attack me if I get too successful in selling what has worked for me. I've seen them attack, jail, and fine, many others in my few short years; but what else can I do but to talk about what I know works for me? That's still legal, I hope and think.

If you type in "arthritis joint pain" at google, the webmd article comes up. At first, they sound like they know so much: "We now recognize over 100 different forms of arthritis,"
http://www.webmd.com/osteoarthritis/features/joint-pain-management-age

But then, they reveal how little they know; they don't know what causes fibromyalgia, and they don't know how to help it, other than pain meds, or antidepressants, or sleeping pills, or maybe some kind of exercise! But even more arrogantly, they claim in a God-like way, "there is no cure for fibromyalgia".

"Though there is no cure for fibromyalgia, treatment is focused on managing pain, fatigue, depression, and other symptoms in an attempt to break the cycle of sensitivity, pain, and decreased physical activity."

http://www.webmd.com/osteoarthritis/features/joint-pain-management-age?page=3

See, that just makes me mad. No cure? No cure!! How do they know? How do they know!! Have they tried everything? Do they know what you or I know? No they don't, but they act like Gods as if they do know what every human on earth knows! In fact, I tried to contact the professionals about my specific food/exercise combination, and they won't even return my calls! How infuriating!

Let me tell you something. If a simple and cheap $5 food and a specific kind of exercise could cure arthritis and muscle pain and joint pain in 95% of people who tried it, the doctors would never know about it. Why not? Because there is no money available to fund the studies that would determine if that worked, because big money does not care if cheap stuff that can't be patented will work, and because there is no long term money available in selling, or no capitalistic incentive, to fund that kind of a cure!

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