Friday, December 16, 2016

Lessons from the Miracle DOCTORS (Part 1)

Lessons from the Miracle DOCTORS
A Step-by-Step Guide to Optimum Health and Relief from Catastrophic Illness By Jon Barron

Congratulations, you now have in your possession one of the most critically acclaimed books on alternative health ever written. However, we have learned from experience that despite the best of intentions most people when confronted with either reading 180 pages on screen, or printing those pages on their home printer, balk and do not proceed. It would be a shame if you denied yourself access to this life changing material for such a reason.

Therefore, what we suggest is that you print just the first 28 pages and read those. You will then know how valuable this information is and whether or not you want to read the rest of the book. Do yourself that favor; print and read just the first 28 pages; it will change your life.

Note: although the material in this book is copyrighted, you are nevertheless permitted (and encouraged) to download  it, print it, and share it with as many people as you like free of charge -- as long as you do so in its entirety.

Medicine is, and always should be, considered a vast field of service, constantly pioneering to improve the well-being of us all. From the beginning of my education in health and nutrition,
I have known many medical doctors whose efforts and service to humanity could be described as nothing less than heroic.

It is with these doctors (and that perspective) in mind that I offer this book to any and all who read it. This book is dedicated to all those who have fought ignorance and prejudice, to all those who have paid the price, and to keeping this information alive and available for the rest of us. Among a whole host of others, these include: Dr. John Christopher, Dr. Richard Schultz, Dr.

Julian Whitaker, Dr. David Williams, Dr. Jonathan Wright, and my wife, Kristen.

1. There Has to Be an Alternative..................................... 1 
2. The Baseline of Health......................5 
3. Intestinal Cleansing, Detoxification, and Rebuilding . . . . . . 12 
4. The Probiotic Miracle  . . . . . . . . . . . .   19 
5. Enzymes = Life  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 
6. Diet, the Slow Killer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 
7. Vitamins, Minerals, and Phytochemicals . . . .42 
8. Miracle Herbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 
9. Free Radicals and Antioxidants  . . . . . . . . .60 
10. Balancing Hormone Levels in the Body  . . .69 
11. Dying of Thirst  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 
12. Your Mouth Is Killing You  . . . . . . . . . . ... 92 
13. Cleansing Your Liver and Blood  . . . . . . . 97 
14. Optimizing Your Immune System. . . . . . .111 
15. The Thought That Kills . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 
16. Exercise: Move or Die. . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
17. It's All About Energy  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
18. Let's Talk About Cancer . . . . . . . . . . . .148
19. Specific Recommendations . . . . . . . . . .163

  The variety of pain and suffering is as plentiful and as diverse as humankind. Sickness, disease, and injury abound, and the world cries for help. Throughout the ages, we have found comfort in our healers, our doctors and nurses—individuals who give their very lives to solace our grief and bind up our hurt. They have become bigger than life, and in the truest sense, they are heroes.

  In America, we have grown up trusting our family doctor. There is peace of mind in knowing that someone cares, that someone knows your child by name and is moved by compassion when you, or someone you love, is hurting.

  In my life and travels around this globe, I have met many great healers. I have seen them at their best and marveled at their skill and courage. In emergency rooms and intensive care units, in private clinics and at disaster sites, in burn units and trauma centers, they work tirelessly with heart and hand. They save lives
and mend bodies, unite loved ones and offer hope. Our world is better because of them.

  Understand, when you need a doctor, only a doctor will do. If you are severely injured in an automobile accident, you want a skilled surgeon—not even the best herbalist in the world will do.

  Modern medical science has made incredible advances and contributions which have alleviated pain and suffering. Surgical technique (the cutting apart and repairing of the human body) has made remarkable progress. Identification of germs that cause disease and improved sanitation, which aids in preventing that
disease, have also seen vast achievements. Burn treatment, trauma, and emergency room care are nothing less than miraculous. When it comes to these areas of medical care, the value they bring to us is impossible to measure.

  But as you read the pages of this book and note my candid observations, you will see that there is another side to this story. There is great failure in health care today—and, as a result of that failure, great pain and unnecessary suffering. And it is important that as you discover how badly the modern medical paradigm is failing that you take great care not to assign blame wrongly. Yes, there are doctors whose practices we all abhor, and we wish they could never practice medicine again; this book is not for them, and
it is not about them. Neither is my commentary directed at the thousands of faithful health care workers who go about their daily jobs. Specifically, I am driven to confront the very foundation of the modern medical paradigm, a philosophy that costs trillions, promises hope, but delivers misery. No one, including many
inside the influential medical community, can help but acknowledge these great failings. The bottom line is that if modern medicine had been effective in addressing the major and most threatening scourges of our time (heart disease, cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, Alzheimer's, etc.), this book would have no purpose. But sadly, for all our education and massive expenditures, modern medicine has failed miserably. You may wonder why.

  Modern medicine likes to trace its roots to Hippocrates, the patron saint of today's doctors. In truth, its roots rest more comfortably in the Newtonian views of the 17th century when philosophers and scientists defined the universe as a great machine. Physicians of that era were not immune to this influence and likewise began to define the human body as a machine. According to this "new" paradigm, the body could be analyzed, catalogued, adjusted, and repaired as required—just like any other machine.

  This viewpoint became firmly established during the 19th century when the "body as machine" concept was taken to its ultimate, absurd extreme. The human body was no longer viewed as a holistic entity, but rather as a grouping of separate parts and pieces. Disease was no longer viewed as a body state, but as a set of symptoms. Ultimately, and so it is today, the province of medicine has become the observation and classification (or at least the management) of those symptoms. In this paradigm, disease or illness or injury manifests itself as symptoms entirely separate from the body as a whole (a decidedly non-holistic paradigm). The body is irrelevant. If the symptom can be eliminated (i.e., the pain and suffering), the problem must of necessity be gone as well.1

  As it turns out, this paradigm works very well in surgical repair. If you break an arm, the doctor works with that part of the machine and repairs your arm. If you are wounded by a bullet, the doctor removes the bullet and repairs all of the separate parts of your body damaged by the bullet—again, problem solved!

  Unfortunately, the paradigm fails when it comes to the major diseases of our time—cancer, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's, etc. Consider:

  You have clogged arteries. This eventually causes your blood pressure to rise so your doctor prescribes blood pressure medication to eliminate the symptom of high blood pressure—not the problem, clogged and hardened arteries. To reduce blood pressure, doctors have essentially four classes of medication in their arsenal.

1. Diuretics, which reduce pressure by making you pee out water from your body. Reduce the volume of fluid in your blood, and you reduce the pressure. Unfortunately, side effects can include dizziness, weakness, an increased risk of strokes, and impotence. (Not to worry, there are medications to alleviate the side effects.)

2. Calcium channel blockers, which work to relax and widen the arteries -- thus reducing blood pressure. Then again, a major side effect of channel blockers is a 60% increased risk of heart attack.

3. Beta blockers, which work by weakening the heart so it won't pump as strongly, thereby reducing blood pressure. One of the major problems with beta blockers, though, is the increased risk of congestive heart failure. Now catch this. Despite the increased risk of congestive heart failure, an article in the New England Journal
of Medicine August 20, 1998, recommended putting “every single” heart attack survivor on beta blockers.

4. ACE inhibitors (the new drugs of choice), which like the calcium channel blockers, also work to relax and widen the arteries. Unfortunately, ACE inhibitors can produce severe allergic reactions can be deadly to fetuses and children who are breastfeeding, and can cause severe kidney damage.

  But remember, these drugs only treat the symptom, not the cause—clogged arteries. So eventually, as your arteries continue to clog to the point where even the medication no longer helps, you start getting the inevitable chest pains and shortness of breath. At that point, your doctor is then forced to chase the next set of symptoms and perform a coronary bypass or angioplasty to relieve the symptoms.

  And like the drugs before it, surgery merely addresses the symptoms, not the problem. Think about this for a moment: If all your doctor did was bypass or clear the arteries supplying blood to your heart, doesn't that mean that all of the other arteries in your body are still clogged—including the arteries that supply * 

1-[And there are some who would argue that today's medicine has even gone beyond treating the body as a machine—that doctors, today, have taken things to whole new levels of absurdity; they treat the body as a mere set of "numbers." Consider this: When you go to your doctor now, he or she orders up a series of very expensive tests (bloodwork, PSA, EEG, etc.), each of which produces a set of numbers. Then, based on those numbers, your doctor prescribes a series of drugs to move those numbers up or down. In this model, even symptoms don't matter—only the numbers.]

*blood to your brain? The answer, of course, is yes. And, in fact, your odds of having a stroke after heart surgery are dramatically increased.

  Not to worry. Your doctor has another drug to deal with this problem: Coumadin® (medicinal rat poison),which inhibits clotting and thins your blood so that it flows more easily through the narrowed arteries. But Coumadin has its own set of problems, and, of course, you are still on all of the previous blood-pressure drugs and symptom relieving drugs that your doctor previously prescribed.

  The bottom line is that the average person 65 years or older in the United States takes an average of 15+ medications a day (prescription and over-the-counter combined), each and every day of their lives. And only the first 1 or 2 drugs are actually prescribed to deal with the original medical problem. The other 13+ drugs are all required to deal with the negative side effects of the original 2, plus the interactions of all the other drugs they are taking. And the really sad fact is that in over 95% of all cases, the original problem
could have been resolved naturally—with no side effects.

  Do you understand the implications of that statement?

  Disease can be averted, treated, and in many, many cases even reversed — naturally, with no side effects!

  I have been fortunate to travel the world, to meet and spend time with dedicated men and women (some from within the medical community, and some from the world of holistic medicine) whose work in the field of healing has distinguished them as miracle doctors. Not once or twice, but every day, over and over, they do what modern medicine says is impossible. They cure the incurable.

  I found these remarkable people to be open and willing to share their ideas and methods, and they found me hungry to learn. I have seen firsthand the evidence of their work. In addition to watching and listening, I have read and researched, catalogued and compared, and finally assembled here in these pages principles that can make you well…and keep you well.

  These are not untried theories. I have not sought after fads or latest trends. Many of the truths included here are centuries old. All are proven. Good health is not the result of any single action. There are no "magic bullets" when it comes to achieving good health. Good health is the result of making right decisions day after beautiful day.

  In the pages that follow, I have tried to show you the barriers to obtaining good health, and I have presented practical, proven step-by-step methods for breaking down those barriers and seizing (for yourself and your family) health, energy, and mental and spiritual well-being. A lot of what you will learn here will fly in the face of so-called "conventional wisdom." But understand, just because something is commonly accepted does not necessarily make it true. Our modern society has invested countless trillions of dollars into
the ideas, equipment, research, facilities, and promises of our present health care system, and it is almost unbearable to consider that much of it is a waste. It will take great courage to accept responsibility for your own health, but I believe you, and millions like you, can, and will, do just that.

  It has often been said that this is the only body you'll ever get, and it must last a lifetime. The only question is how long and healthy that life will be. The simple fact is that you absolutely can live well into your 70s, 80s, and beyond, in great health and with great vitality — but you need to make the right decisions now for that to happen. If you want to live a full and satisfying life, then you must take back controlof your own health — today. -- Jon Barron

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