LINK TO THE DISEASE MONGERING ENGINE: http://www.naturalnews.com/disease-mongering-engine.asp
Let’s face the fact that the “mainstream consumer” isn’t very healthy
People who follow mainstream health information from the mainstream media are the most diseased people of all. They eat processed junk foods, they take lots of dangerous pharmaceuticals, they routinely get vaccinated and they completely fail to protect their health with nutritional supplements, superfoods or fresh living foods.
These are the people supporting the pharmaceutical industry, the cancer industry, the diabetes industry and the heart disease industry. Through their suffering and death, they keep the medical system alive and profitable. And if you want to be healthy, these are precisely the people you need to reject in order to be safe and healthy yourself.
Don’t follow the crowd off the edge of the cliff
The mainstream crowd, you see, isn’t very well informed when it comes to health. Crowd psychology tells us that people tend to follow whatever the crowd is doing for no reason other than the fact the crowd is doing it. The human mind figures, “Well, if the crowd is doing that, there must be a good reason for it,” and so people just go along with practically anything as long the crowd supports it.
This is how people end up drinking sugary sodas, eating at fast food restaurants, drinking pasteurized milk and living on processed junk foods. This is how they end up eating microwaveable food, or drinking diet sodas or consuming margarine, artificial sweeteners and “processed cheese food.”
This is what causes people to get vaccines that they don’t need or take dangerous prescription medications that might harm them (or kill them). Crowds as a whole aren’t very intelligent — even when individual members of the crowd might be highly intelligent on their own. And if you follow the mainstream consumer crowd without thinking for yourself, you can only expect the same outcome the crowd is experiencing: Degenerative disease, pharmaceutical dependency and medical bankruptcy.
That’s why achieving lasting health means distancing yourself from the mainstream crowd and in many cases doing the opposite of what they do.
You’ll be healthier by doing the opposite of the mainstream
When the mainstream crowd rushes to get vaccinated against a hyped-up, non-emergency “pandemic”, just do the opposite and don’t get vaccinated.
When the mainstream crowd rushes to get free chicken at KFC because Oprah announced it on her show, do the opposite and go drink a smoothie or something.
When the mainstream crowd rushes to be subjected to mammography radiation (which actually promotes breast cancer), do the opposite and get a far safer thermograph (or just take a healthy dose of anti-cancer vitamin D and stop living your life in fear of cancer).
When the mainstream crowd pops pills for depression, cholesterol and high blood pressure, do the opposite and take nutritional supplements that nourish the body instead of poisoning it. While you’re at it, get your butt off the couch and get some fresh air and exercise.
Basically, watch what the mainstream consumers do and make a conscious effort to do the opposite (in most cases, anyway).
Don’t leap from one mindless crowd to another
While you’re doing all this, be careful not to leap from one mindless crowd to another. In rejecting the mainstream crowd, in other words, don’t fall blindly into following another crowd, even if it appears to be a “healthy” and “informed” crowd.
In my view, you should never follow any crowd just because it’s a crowd. That includes the raw food crowd, the yoga crowd, the vegetarian crowd, etc. Instead, think for yourself about what makes sense to you. And then, if your conclusions match their conclusions, it’s okay to join that group (or hang out with that crowd) as long as you continue to invoke a reality check from time to time. Make sure that what the crowd is doing always makes good sense to you and you won’t be blindsided by crowd stupidity.
Crowds usually aren’t very smart. But YOU are! You have the ability to think for yourself, to change your mind at any time, to improve your decisions, to upgrade or downgrade your lifestyle, etc. Exercise these gifts where appropriate, and don’t be afraid to try out new eating habits, new exercise schedules and new approaches to self care. Find out what works best for you, regardless of whether a “crowd” exists that practices the same thing.
Don’t be a mindless health nut, in other words. Be mindfully health conscious and go with what works best for you rather than what’s popular or cool.
Check in with yourself from time to time
Most of all, if you ever find yourself going along with the mainstream crowd — like waiting in line at a crowded vaccine clinic — it might be a good idea to pinch yourself and engage in a little lucid thinking by asking questions like, “Should I really be here? Does this really make sense? Is there a safer, more natural alternative that I could explore instead of injecting my lifeblood with mercury, formaldehyde, aluminum, aborted fetus cells, potentially contaminated animal tissue and mutated viruses?”
Think about this the next time you’re about to get your breast pancaked at the mammography clinic. “Does bombarding my breasts with ionizing radiation really make good sense?” Of course it doesn’t. People only do it because they are going along with the mainstream crowd. And the crowd is clueless about breast health, ionizing radiation, vitamin D or cancer prevention.
So be smart. Be an individual. And be brave enough to reject the crowd and do something different that’s probably a whole lot safer and healthier.
Getting sunlight on your skin to generate vitamin D is rejecting the crowd. And yet it’s the very best way to prevent cancer for FREE!
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