6 Tips For Avoiding Unnecessary Doctors


One of the main reasons that people need to seek the advise of a doctor is because they haven't been listening to the advise that their own bodies have been giving them for years...

- Any time that you continue eating when your body is telling you that it is already full, you aren't listening to your body.

- Any time that you get out of bed when your body is telling you it still needs a few more hours of sleep, you aren't listening to your body.

- Any time that you take a drug to cover up the symptoms that your body is producing to let you know that you shouldn't be doing something, you aren't listening to your body.

Lack of communication is responsible for a lot of problems in the world. (Including many of our health problems.)

If you injure your foot it will hurt to walk on that foot for a while so that you will stay off of it until it heals, and in most cases your body has the ability to heal it's self, and all you really have to do is not interfere.

So if you get sick and you suddenly feel tired and not that hungry, it might be wise to just stay in bed and fast for a while.


The two most financially profitable industries in America are "The Fast Food Industry" and "The Pharmaceutical Industry" who both make trillions of dollars a year!

Do you see a connection???

If people aren't sick they won't buy drugs, and if people aren't on drugs that make them feel better they won't be able to continue to eat the foods that are making them sick.

One time a friend of mine started to go blind and had to be rushed to the emergency room, and when the doctors examined him they informed him that he had diabetes. I went to the hospital to visit him and when I walked into his room I was shocked to see that he was eating a bacon cheeseburger, greasy french fries, and a large Coke! (There was actually a "Wendy's" fast food restaurant built into the hospital!)

What kind of a "recovery meal" is that for a diabetic???

The incident made me realize that some doctors are either completely ignorant about the connection between diet and health, or they are aware of it but are more interested in treating sick people with expensive drugs and surgeries then they are in encouraging true preventative actions which would prevent people from getting sick and needing a doctor in the first place.

Here is a video from in an interview with the chief officer of the "American Diabetes Association" in which he makes it clear that he sees no connection between diet and diabetes.


If you take a "Medical Dictionary" and you randomly pick one of the thousands of health problems that is listed within it, and then you spent some time researching that particular health problem and learning about all of the symptoms associated with it, there is a very good chance that you will start to worry that you might have that health problem.

And if you are feeling unwell and you start "Googling" your symptoms it can be even more scary...

Now imagine what will happen if millions of people watch the News and are told that lots of people are getting sick and dying from the latest flu.

What will happen is that millions of people will panic and go out and spend millions of flu medicine, and some will even go out and buy a year's worth of canned goods and bottled water because they have been worked up into believing that it is the end of the world!

And whenever there is a"mass hysteria" like this there will of course also be countless unnecessary doctor vists being scheduled because of how scared everyone is that they have the latest flu.

What I'm about to say may sound almost too simple, but the healthier you are the less you have to worry about health problems.

However, "stress" is a "silent killer", and even if you are a healthy person you will actually become less healthy and more vulnerable to illness if you are constantly living in fear, so try to take comfort in knowing that if you take good care of yourself the odds of you getting sick is low, and the odds that you would actually die from a sickness instead of being able to overcome it is far lower.


In the early 1900's it was strongly believed that ALL major forms of sickness and diseases would be completely eliminated by the year 2000 thanks to all of the pharmaceutical drugs that were being developed.

And because of this belief the natural remedies that people had been using for countless generations became looked at as "primitive" and "inferior" to the modern medicines that science was creating, so people stopped using them in favor of the "New & Improved" medicines that they could now buy at any drug store.

To make a long story short, pharmaceutical drugs didn't eliminate all sickness and disease. In fact, there is actually far more sickness and disease now then there was before the pharmaceutical industry existed!

It was also believed in the early 1900's that through the help of medical science people would be living a lot longer by the year 2000 as well, and although it is true that there are people in America today who are in their 80's, 90's, and even 100's, a lot of them are in nursing homes where they are confined to a bed or a wheelchair, and are completely dependent on others to feed, clothe, and bathe them. (And many of them don't even recognize their own children when they come to visit them!)

So rather than saying that people are "living" longer thanks to modern medicine I think it would be far more accurate to say that they are "dying" a much slower death, and aren't really "living".

In the past when an old person died it would often be quick and painless, and if there were any witnesses in the room when they died they would usually say something like the following...

"Our Grandpa was just sitting there in his chair talking and he seemed perfectly fine, but then he suddenly closed his eyes and lowered his head and that was how he died."

But today nursing homes are filled with old people who are dying a very slow death, and when they finally do pass away their closest loved ones actually feel kind of relieved and will say things like...

"At least Grandma isn't suffering any more."

The ancient wisdom of natural medicine has been almost completely forgotten in only the last 100 years since pharmaceutical drugs were invented, and if an author writes a book reminding us of which herbs our ancient ancestors used to take to heal themselves if they got sick, that author will most likely be threatened or publicly ridiculed by people within the medical industry who want that information to be completely erased from the general population's mind forever.

Thanks to the internet however it is becoming a lot easier to not only find but "connect" with people around the world who have cured themselves of major diseases naturally, and who want to help others do the same.


Think for a moment about just how strong and resilient the grass in your front yard is. You can walk on it, you can run over it with a car, and you can even cut it with a lawnmower and it will still continue to grow and thrive. But if simply lay a towel over a patch of grass and leave it there for a few days preventing the grass from getting any sun exposure what will happen is that the grass will turn pale and start to die, and the same thing happens to us when we don't get enough sunlight.

The sun is 93 million miles away from the Earth yet it can open and close all of the flowers on Earth, and it could also heal millions of people out there if they started spending a little more time outside, so if the weather is nicer outside than inside why settle for second best?

They say, "You Are What You Eat." and there is an interesting phenomenon that happens to people who eat a "plant based diet" like the one that I recommend on this website. Plants need sunlight to live and thrive and if you leave a house plant on a window sill it will actually lean towards the sun on sunny days, and the longer that you eat a "plant based diet" the more that you too will find yourself wanting to be outside whenever you look out the window and see that it's a sunny day.

Many doctors will tell their patients that the sun causes cancer, and that they should either stay out of the sun completely, or wear sunscreen as protection, but if the sun causes cancer, I have 3 questions to ask...

- Why is it that people's immune systems become the weakest during the winter when they are getting the least amount of sun exposure?

- Why is it that the areas of the body where men and women are the most likely to develop cancer just happens to be the intimate areas of the body that are the most covered up and that virtually never gets direct sunlight?

- Why is it that skin cancer is more common than ever, despite the fact that we spend less time in the sun than ever before? (Most people work at jobs that are in doors, do all of our traveling inside of vehicles, and spend most of their free time in their house watching TV.)

I'm not suggesting that it would be impossible to get too much sun exposure. (If you get a sun burn it means that you were either in the sun for too long or you were in the sun at the wrong time of the day when the sun was the strongest.) But what I am suggesting is that most people are getting far too little sun exposure, which weakens our immune systems, and I think that putting sunscreen on your skin which not only blocks your body's ability to produce Vitamin D from sunshine, but that also contains toxic ingredients that get absorbed into your skin (and possibly even "baked" into you skin if it's a hot enough day) also increases your chances of getting skin cancer.

"Vitamin D" is often referred to as "The Sunshine Vitamin", but it is extremely important to understand that you can only produce "Vitamin D" from sun exposure during certain times of the day, and depending on where you live you may only be able to produce it during certain times of the year. So I strongly recommend that you watch the interesting video below which will teach you exactly how to figure out when the sun is strong enough where you live to produce "Vitamin D"...

If you can produce Vitamin D where you live I encourage you to find a place in your yard or somewhere near-by where you can lay in the sun with as little of clothing as possible. (And preferably none at all, because no part of your body is truly clean if it never gets exposed to fresh air and sunlight.)

If you are going to "sunbathe" and you have light skin I feel that 20 - 30 minutes of direct sun exposure is enough. (Ideally spend half of that time laying on your back and the other half laying on your stomach.) And if you have dark skin you can (and should) spend about twice as much time in the sun since you have more melanin.

We need sun exposure, but not too much, and not too little, and for those who don't know, this is the reason we have different skin colors.

"Melanin" is a natural "sun screen" that our bodies developed over countless generations, and the more of it you have the darker your skin color will be. (Our ancestors who lived near the equator had dark skin to protect themselves from the constant sun exposure they were getting, and our ancestors who lived in colder climates with long periods of winter produced far less melanin and had light skin so that their bodies would be able to absorb what little sun exposure they were able to get.)

For those of you who are currently living in a cold climate where you have to go several months in a row with cold weather and inadequate sun exposure, I highly recommend that you schedule your vacation time for the middle of the winter and that you go some place warm and tropical, so that you can be in the sun and recharge your immune system during the cold months.


"What you eat has nothing to do with health and can't heal you... But eat our pills!"

- The Pharmaceutical Industry

More than half of the deaths in the United States are due to "Heart Disease", "Diabetes", and "Cancer" and we are often told that there is no cure for these diseases yet, but that if enough money is raised for research we may be able to find one someday.

And in the meantime we are encouraged to go ahead and just continue to do the very things that gave us these health problems to begin with.

As I'm writing this there is a virus going around that people are panicking about, and while I would like to think that this could be a powerful wake-up call for people, it seems that just like when an individual person who is experiencing a major health problem wants to reach for a drug that will cover up the problem and allow them to continue doing what gave them the health problem in the first place, society seems to be searching high and low for a pharmaceutical drug they can take that will allow them to go "back to normal" and not change.

For years now people have been getting told that that their immune systems are essentially worthless, and that virtually all of their health problems (including obesity) are genetic problems that they can't do anything about, and that only drugs, doctors, and surgeries can heal them.

If we genuinely care about health than why is virtually ALL of the focus on finding a cure in the form of a drug, and virtually NONE of the focus on making healthier lifestyle choices?

And keep in mind that even if a cure is found for this virus, it would only cure that one virus, where as healthy living will not only make you less vulnerable to to this one thing, but it will also make you less vulnerable to virtually ALL major health problems. (Including other "epidemics" like cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, etc.) And more importantly, healthier living may be the only way that humanity can prevent FUTURE health epidemics which could be far worse than anything we can even imagine yet!

I see people at grocery stores today who are so worried about their health that they will spray the handle of their shopping cart with sanitizer, but then they will go in the store and load the rest of the cart up with foods that everyone knows is bad for your health!

Deep down everyone knows that no drug will ever be able to make them "healthy" if they are living an unhealthy lifestyle, but people want to believe in a drug like that so bad that they will sometimes fool themselves, so please use your common sense and do not wait for a drug to be created that will fix all of your problems. And instead start your health journey today through the help of the 6 NECESSARY doctors for our health...