are putting consumers at risk! "They
exist to make money for stockholders,
not to serve the needs of the consumer.
They're about sales, not about service.
It's a matter of profit over prudence.
To big to fail is too big to serve.
To serve is to succeed." 'The Doctors' video.
"You have to understand the process of healing in the Age of Aquarius.
What will give the healing is the flow of your soul energy." Yogi Bhajan
corporation's first purpose is to make money for
its stockholders, not to serve the needs of consumers.
The BP-Gulf Coast oil disaster
is an example of what can
happen as a result of a corporation's obsession with profits
and their indifference and insensitivity to peoples' needs." Opticianry Review
Pharma is remarkably good at creating diseases and convincing
us that we have
them -- even when we don't. They've gotten so good at it that
seven out of 10 visits
to the doctor's office now result in prescriptions. In 2004, spending
medication was $188.5 billion, almost five times what was spent
in 1990, according
to a report by the Government Accountability Office. Are we getting
sicker? Or is
the pharmaceutical industry just getting really good at telling
us that we are sick?" Alison Fairbrother
the history of the food and drug multi-national corporations, it's
good idea not to consume many of their products. For instance, if
look at the history of aspartame,
how it got approved, and how it still
remains on the market, there's plenty of reason to use great caution."
to the power and corrupting influence of Big
Pharma, the teaching
of nutritional science and the use of vitamin and herbal supplements
not taught to any significant extent in our medical schools. The
reason is that teaching this science reduces the use of prescription
with a health care professional should occur before applying
adjustments or treatments to the body, consuming medications
or nutritional supplements and before dieting, fasting or exercising.
None of these activities are herein presented as substitutes
for competent medical treatment. See