Andrew Saul Quotes.
Use vitamins in place of drugs. This takes some moxie to do, for we have been taught to be consumers of medicine. We have been taught that anything cheap and safe cannot possibly be effective.
Doctors frequently get it wrong. One out of five patients today is in the hospital because incorrect treatment by a physician put him or her there.
We have been taught to “just eat a balanced diet.” We have been taught wrong. The truth is natural healing works.
We can take more time and interest, and give more attention to our personal health than a hired professional can. We have learned to go get medical help, not to give it. We have learned to relay our body’s needs to another, not to provide them ourselves.
If you have never tried a plant-based diet, start. If you’ve never juiced vegetables, start. If you’ve never taken vitamin C to saturation, start. If you have never done a half-hour fitness workout each day, start. But, there is no such thing as a free lunch, a quick fix or a magic wand to cure illness.
A hospital patient can expect one medical error every single day of any hospital stay. Malpractice suits are numerous enough that one may reasonably conclude that there is certainly no guarantee of proper health care by contracting it out.
It is possible to learn more than your doctor knows, particularly in key areas that specifically apply to you. In fact, you may discover material that your doctor never saw, or did see and never investigated.
Modern medicine has created more co-dependents even than co-pays. We’ve learned to hold out for a magic bullet such as a new miracle drug, breakthrough surgical procedure or new organ transplant. What rubbish.
Self-care means accepting some risk, and accepting much responsibility. It is not for all people or all cases.
Much of the fear of doing something wrong vanishes when we are knowledgeable about what we are doing.
he very word “patient” implies passivity and powerlessness. Me-teacher-you-dumbbell, or me-doctor-you-patient, or me-politician-you-voter, or any other paternalistic or maternalistic stay-in-your-place tradition will not pass muster with me.
If we learn more than the doctor in areas of value to our health, it is our duty to apply this knowledge to the betterment of ourselves and our families.
If you want to be productive, follow leads and dig. Whether it is for oil, gold or information, it requires action – your action. Question authority. Do it yourself.
Change your life. If you want to get better, that is what you have to do.
I believe that alternative healing methods are much more than just temporary or half measures.
It’s unreasonable to expect medical doctors and pharmaceutical companies to tell you how to avoid their services by trying the alternatives.
Andrew Saul is John Hall in a business suit. He’s wrong on the war, on national security, immigration, abortion. He’s Sue Kelly all over again.
Good health makes a lot of sense, but it does not make a lot of dollars.