Dr. Oz and they must be doing something right -. Otherwise, we would not incur the wrath of the medical establishment, Big Pharma and Big Agra
Recently, 10 doctors pressured Columbia University to expel celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz distinguished university hospital and department of health sciences and medicine.
In a letter to the dean of the faculty department, doctors attacked to present alternative and natural remedies in her syndicated television show, The Dr. Oz Show.
also he punished him for caring about genetically modified crops.
Welcome to my world, Dr. Oz.
Since graduating from medical school nearly three decades ago, I found often in trouble for taking large pharmaceutical companies, Big Agra, and the medical system called “respected”.
Forgive me, but I declare guilty of worry about the health and happiness of my patients over empty their wallets.
But there is a clear reason why large medicine is so opposed to natural remedies -. You can not make enough money from them
put profit before health not only ignores the best interests of patients, this means that the medical establishment ignores our interconnectedness with nature and medicinal benefits provided through a number of plants, flowers and trees.
The English poet John Donne 17th century famously wrote, “No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of everything.” It is this sense of being part of something much bigger than us that was being lost in our technology and age-profit.
Throughout both old, accumulated last century, traditional wisdom has been thrown. Health has taken a back seat to put patients on the hamster wheel of big pharmaceutical companies highly profitable drugs.
By daring to tell the truth – that for every disease there is a non-toxic, natural healing, without drugs -. I consider it a threat to the profits of big pharmaceutical companies
By daring to reveal that GM foods have been linked to depression, fatigue, infections, mental confusion, nausea and even cancer, I am a threat to the profits of Big Agra.
And for daring to suggest that doctors should focus on the cause of origin cures and healthy people instead of the profitable management of the disease, the medical establishment considers me as dangerous ago.
In his letter attacking Dr. Oz, the authors accused him of having “contempt for science and evidence-based medicine.” And they claim that promoted “quack treatments and cures.”
At least they are predictable … And the reasons are obvious.
Many of the writers of the letter have links with Great Agra and well documented snuff industry. 1
Dr. Gilbert Ross, one of the doctors who signed the letter, serves as the executive director of the American Council on Science and Health. Funding for this group, which is presented as an unbiased source of scientific studies, comes largely from Agra big giant like Monsanto.
Four other firms in the letter also belonged to doctors with ties to the group.
Not surprisingly oppose any criticism of GMOs. If they did, they would bite the hand that feeds them.
Other supporters of the American Council on Science and Health as Big Pharma giants Bayer and Bristol Meyers Squibb, and at least three clusters of snuff. 2
and lead author of the letter, Dr. Henry Miller, has been a vocal opponent of the campaign to label GMO products. 3
But this is not the first time Dr. Oz has been attacked. A few years ago, after he said omega-3 fatty acids to be a vital, natural nutrient and fish oil is recommended further studies discredit suddenly emerged from fish oil.
However, these studies failed to stand up to the withering criticism of his methods.
also I consider omega-3 to be vital nutrients. And there’s a truck science agrees.
A study of Harvard University, for example, estimates that omega-3 deficiencies contribute to the deaths of up to 96,000 Americans each year. 4
However, doctors will likely label the omega-3 as a “charlatan treatment.”
Indeed, omega-3 fats are very important for your health. They are anti-inflammatory and without them, the risk of these diseases is triggered:
- Heart disease;
- Skin disorders;
- degeneration Ophthalmology;
- Autoimmune diseases;
is difficult to get enough omega-3 diet these days. processed foods today have increased intake of omega-6s, which neutralize the benefits of omega-3. We need omega-6, but not too many. The proportion of omega-3 and omega-6 should be 2 to 1.
have also polluted our traditional sources – of cold water fatty fish. Dietitians recommend no more than two 8-ounce servings of fish per week. But that does not provide enough omega-3.
Meanwhile, our plant sources of omega-3 have become less powerful, because our soil is stripped of nutrients from farming methods shortsighted Big Agra.
However, I do not recommend fish oil. It is very difficult to find fish oil that has not been contaminated by pollution in our oceans.
I tell my patients that the best sources of omega-3 supplements containing krill oil or oil Calamarine -. Or a combination of both
These oils contain substantial amounts of the most potent of the omega-3 -. DHA and EPA
And I recommend combined with the natural astaxanthin krill oil, a powerful antioxidant that can help DHA more efficient cross blood-brain barrier
Calamarine oil comes from squid, which live in the darkest depths of the sea, far below the toxic waste trapped in nearby streams to the surface.
Based on my experience, your daily dose of omega-3 should include 500 mg. DHA and about 60 mg. EPA.
attacks conventional medicine and his cohorts in Big Agra and large pharmaceutical companies on natural resources and low cost are nothing new. And like Dr. Oz, I will not be silenced.
To your good health,
Al Sears, MD, CNS
1. Dr. Mehmet Oz. “Exclusive: Dr. Oz says’ We’re not going anywhere.” Time. Accessed 04/29/15.
2. Kroll, A., and Schulman, J. “The leaked documents reveal the secret finances of a group of science in favor of the industry.” Mother Jones. October 28 2013.motherjones.com/politics/2013/10/american-council-science-health-leaked-documents-fundraising.
3. Dr. Mehmet Oz. “Exclusive: Dr. Oz says’ We’re not going anywhere.” Time. Accessed 04/29/15.
4. Danaei G, Ding EL, Mozafarrian D, Taylor B, et al. “The preventable causes of death in the United States .: comparative risk assessment of dietary, lifestyle and metabolic risk factors” PLoS Medicine . 2009; 6 (4): e1000058 .Additional Tags for this post:
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