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Met a lady With M.S. today.

Posted: November 18, 2010 in Health

So today i went into the bank to open a couple more accounts for some online business, and i get to talking with the lady opening the accounts. Nice lady, late 40’s, maybe early 40’s, normal looking person. So we start talking about my online business, and about how she wants to get some supplement from like boliva since she heard it can help cure MS. MS is a lifelong degenerative debilitating disease. I thought it put you down a lot faster then she said.

Basically she says one day her hand felt like it was going to stop working, and another day her eye hurt when she looked a certain direction. Doctor to optometrist, optometrist to optomologist, a neurologist was in there somewhere too. Basically she had some damage to her ocular nerve, but still had 20/20 vision. None the less she needed surgery now according to them.

They had to do a spinal tap to test for MS. What the fuck. They have to drill your spine to tell you whats wrong with you ? What type of medical world is this ? So spinal tap comes back positive. Worst pain shes ever felt. Then she had some leakage ?! Apparently i f you get a spinal tap done you can still drip out and then you have to go get another surgery to fix it. Which she did since the pain was unbearable.  So multiple surgeries later, and she says yesterday she had to go for her steroid infusion. Basically every week or couple or weeks she has to go get shot up with steroids to “help to prolong time between relapses”.  Basically they want to give you shots in home of having longer time between when your body acts up, yet ms episodes are induced by stress among other things. I think a spinal tap is too much stress to begin with.

Apparently they said having a kid at 37-40 was a negative for her body and many people have MS and dont know it. Symptoms started then (6 years ago) and shes been dealing with the bullshit ever since. Overall good mood and outlook, basically her life is a crap shoot now. They still manage to bill out her insurance company for a couple grand a visit..

Look at this real life story in conjunction with the cancer article i just posted. Think big picture.

Also when she went for her series 6 and 63 tests (banking inusrance license) she also ran into a lady there whose brother had ms, and is feeling a lot better after trying this bolivian berry or some herbal shit. Basically a story about how he was healed all naturally and made a full recovery.  It is indeed possible, but more people need to open their eyes.

A hospital is a store.

The medicine is the product.

Doctors are the salesmen.

Nurses are the delivery people.

They have a poor customer service.

And a real shitty return policy, none…

If they cant save you they should give you your money back, or just tell it to people how it is. If you get cancer and you are old, like old old, just let it happen, thats what the older people want. I dont want to be 85 going to chemo fuck that shit.  At that point give me the drugs and let me go …


Terminal cancer patients flock to hospitals for costly, futile treatments before dying: study

BY Tracy Connor

Tuesday, November 16th 2010, 4:19 PM

Too many cancer patients are dying in hospitals instead of at home or hospice – especially in Manhattan, researchers reported Tuesday.

Nearly one-third of U.S. patients with advanced cancer spend their final moments in a hospital, where they may get expensive but futile treatment, the study says.

The numbers were even more dramatic in Manhattan, which had the most in-hospital cancer deaths – 46.7% percent, according to Dartmouth College researchers.

Mason City, Iowa, had the lowest rate – just 7% percent of cancer patients there died in the hospital.

“In some healthcare systems, patients with advanced cancer have a greater chance of spending their last weeks and months in hospitals,” said Dr. John Goodman, who co-authored the study. “Geography is destiny.”

The city’s best-known cancer hospital – Memorial Sloan-Kettering – had a lower rate than other Manhattan facilities. Thirty-four percent died there, while 42% were admitted to a hospice.

Goodman said that showed Sloan-Kettering doctors were having end-of-life conversations with patients “early enough in the process to give them the opportunity to die at home or in a hospice.”

He said that patients with no hope of a cure would prefer care that allows them to be home with their families.

Recent studies have found that terminal cancer patients who die at home do so peacefully and that they may live longer than patients who get last-ditch chemotherapy instead of pain relief.

Yet insurance reimburses efforts to cure at a far higher rate than palliative care, researchers said.

And patients and doctors are often reluctant to give up the fight against cancer or to even discuss that scenario.

“Physicians tend to go overboard so as not to miss a chance to save a patient’s life,” said George Sledge, president of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.

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Finally some acknowledgement

Posted: November 16, 2010 in Health

Ok well someone is finally believing what the fuck im talking about, i look and feel great now. 30 pounds lighter since 6  months ago, down to 224 or so. Can’t wait till i get rid of the candida and the parasites and get to 200 and starting jumping over cars lol.  The father has decided to get all natural toothpaste this weekend and see if he sees a difference. My aunt has had many of the same stomach issues as i, and been dealing with them her entire life. My mom is a nurse so she knows some things, also i think both my parents are pretty fucking smart….west point and georgetown. Its only right that i know what im saying. Now ive got dad forwarding MY emails telling people how it should work and hes gonna try it. One of my first real accomplishments on this mission was making believers out of my parents, now that im working on that, anything is possible when the student teaches the teacher..

Mom brought up a point though, that fluoride is only in the municipal water so if you have a well you are ok.


I will explain later to her. What water do you think they use when they are making your cookies and cakes ? lol Any processed foods are made with fluoridated water, there isnt a well big enough to supply factories. Thats how they getchya.  Im actually waiting on water test results to see whats really in my ‘well’ water that still has 180 ppm. Basically there is minerals and other assorted things in the water, and this is considered clean water. Brita filtered water should be down 90-100% lower then that, you need reverse osmosis or alkaline water. Future business needs to be done there to bring miracle water to the world. At least this country.

Oh yea so aunt is sick, all symptoms of too much flouride. Currently getting her thryoid tested. Fluoridation mimics something being wrong there, i think i should be able to heal her one day. Only time shall tell..

Just go read this guys article, 50 reasons why flouride is useless and negative..


Sample Number5 and 6  of 50 Reasons why not in article

5) One of the early trials which helped to launch fluoridation took place in Newburgh, NY, with Kingston, NY as the control community. After 10 years of this trial (which was methodologically flawed), it looked as if there was a large decrease in dental caries in the fluoridated community compared to the non-fluoridated community. However, when children were re-examined in these two cities in 1995 (50 years after the trial began) there was practically no difference in the dental decay in the two communities. If anything, the teeth in unfluoridated Kingston were slightly better (Kumar and Green 1998).

6) Modern research (e.g. Diesendorf, 1986; Colquhoun, 1997, and De Liefde, 1998) shows that decay rates were coming down before fluoridation was introduced and have continued to decline even after its benefits would have been maximized. Many other factors influence tooth decay. Studies in India (Teotia and Teotia, 1994) and Tuczon, Arizona (Steelink, 1982) have shown that tooth decay actually increases as the fluoride concentration in the water increases.

So makes your teeth worse and makes you sick ? Applied it still only gets through first 1/3 of the plaque.

11) Fluoride is a cumulative poison. Only 50% of the fluoride we ingest each day is excreted through the kidneys, the remainder accumulates in our bones, pineal gland, and other tissues. If the kidney is damaged, fluoride accumulation will increase.

12) Fluoride is very biologically active even at low concentrations. It interferes with hydrogen bonding which is central to the structure and function of proteins and nucleic acids. Thus, fluoride has the potential to disrupt events at the very heart of living things (Emsley, 1981).

Yea im still reading, you better go read that.

17) Rats fed for one year with 1 ppm fluoride in doubly distilled and de-ionized water, using either sodium fluoride or aluminum fluoride, had morphological changes to their kidneys and brains and had an increased level of aluminum present in their brain (Varner et al, 1998). Aluminum in the brain is associated with Alzheimers disease.

Ahh flouride causes alzheimers im done with this go read the whole list, fucking horrible.

21) Studies by Jennifer Luke (1997) showed that fluoride accumulates in the human pineal gland to very high levels. In her Ph.D thesis Luke has also shown in animal studies that fluoride reduces melatonin production and leads to an earlier onset of puberty.

Why 12 year olds are running around with boobs.

22) Three studies from China show a lowering of IQ in children associated with fluoride exposure (Li et al, 1995; Zhao et al, 1996 and Lu et al, 2000). Another study (Lin et al, 1991) indicates that even just moderate levels of fluoride exposure (e.g. 0.9 ppm in the water) can exacerbate the neurological defects of iodine deficiency, which include decreased IQ and retardation. (According to the CDC, iodine deficiency has nearly quadrupled in the US since the 1970’s, with nearly 12% of the population now iodine deficient .

23) Earlier in the 20th century, fluoride was prescribed by a number of European doctors to reduce the activity of the thyroid gland for those suffering from hyperthyroidism (over active thyroid) (Merck Index, 1960, p. 952; Waldbott, et al., 1978, p. 163). With water fluoridation, we are forcing people to drink a thyroid-depressing medication which could serve to promote higher levels of hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) in the population, and all the subsequent problems related to this disorder. Such problems include depression, fatigue, weight gain, muscle and joint pains, increased cholesterol levels, and heart disease.

It bears noting that according to the Department of Health and Human Services (1991) fluoride exposure in fluoridated communities is estimated to range from 1.58 to 6.6 mg/day, which is a range that actually overlaps the dose (2.4 – 4.7 mg/day) shown to decrease the functioning of the human thyroid (Golletti & Joyet, 1958). This is a remarkable fact, and certainly deserves greater attention considering the rampant and increasing problem of hypothyroidism in the United States. (In 1999, the second most prescribed drug of the year was Synthroid, which is a hormone replacement drug used to treat an underactive thyroid).

lol so flouride makes us fat too, un fucking believeable

Im going to get a blood test again so i can analyze my own results, had one a year ago maybe 8 months doc said maybe a little high cholesterol. Gave me a few scripts, didnt really take them, but did things to lower colesterol level, so we shall see if any change, also what percentage of what is inside me.

Has to be known.  This is crazy. Ordering BP cuff right now. Actually ordered a digi wrist cuff so i can show my girlfriend how she makes my bllod pressure rise on the spot and it causes me harm lol.  Funny but not.  You’re killing me,  stop it, no really…no. Ah i love her though, loves me more then i love myself  so i guess that means something. Although i am starting to become quite fond of myself lately with this newfound knowledge.

Tucker max at it again, saw the dvd only preview for his movie ‘i hope they serve beer in hell’ You have to read this guys stories, ive been reading them for years and they are hysterical, now they made a move based on the crazier of the stories  YOU CAN READ HERE now back to topic.

1 in 4 has high blood pressure, as in risk of heart attack and death. Now when your heart has to push and work to get the blood out it makes your heart muscle thicker. apparently not a good thing.

Blood Pressure will kill you. The stages before heart attack are basically called pre heart attack stages.  4 categories listed below for most groups to give you one idea of good vs bad blood pressure.

BP is measured as  Systolic pressure / Diastolic pressure.

Systolic is how much pressure your heart has to exert to push blood through your viens

Diastolic is the pressure in your veins when they are relaxed.

Yes the slash is a divide sign.

Normal = 120/80

Pre-hypertension = 120-139 / 80-89

Stage 1 Hypertension = 140-159 / 90-99

Stage 2 is Worst = Over 160/100

Either high number means high blood pressure, not just one or the other.