Debbie Speaks out About Health Care

An interesting letter in which Debi, who had been diagnosed with MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS, describes her efforts to recover from this debilitating condition
using the current Health Care System of drugs, and then compares it with her experience on The Hallelujah Acres Diet using nutrition to let the body do the healing. I
believe you will find the contrast between the two striking!
I am a 57-year old woman with MULTIPLE
SCLEROSIS. When I first tried The Hallelujah Diet I was fed
up with our ‘health care’ system. I had been in the
hospital 4 times that year, and had been treated with a 5-
day regimen of steroids on each occasion. I was also taking
13 drugs per day – drugs like morphine, Percocet and
Oxycontin, and still having trouble with MS exacerbations.
Nothing doctors were doing was helping and I was miserable.
I could hardly get through my days.
I was put on complete Social Security disability and had
no hope of anything more in a day’s time than lying around,
sleeping, popping drugs, feeling very bad, and of course
being very depressed. That’s when I went into a local
Christian bookstore to get a book, any book that might help
me, and found your book The Hallelujah Diet. Then a
stranger heard my MS story and suggested The Hallelujah
Acres website, http://www.hacres.com .
After doing a moderate amount of study, my husband (who
is very supportive) and I adopted The Hallelujah Diet, and
almost immediately set about weaning myself off all the
medications the doctors had me on. It took 2½ months, but
eventually I was even able to discontinue the morphine
patches. On The Hallelujah Diet I gradually got better and
better. We stayed strictly on the diet for 6 months.
Then, a little at a time, I started going back to my old
SAD, until I was completely off The Hallelujah Diet and
back on the meat, sugar, and cooked food diet again. On the
SAD, my symptoms soon returned, and it was back to the
doctors for my ‘health care.’ First it was one drug, then
two and then more and more until finally I was on 6
different drugs. Finally I said ‘NO MORE’ to the
neurologists. This gave me a very bad reputation for being
a difficult patient, and this went into my medical records.
Each time a doctor wanted to add another drug I refused
until I ferociously dreaded any future doctor appointment
and was willing to do almost anything to put an end to this
endless drug regimen the doctors insisted I be on.
As you can imagine, the current health care pathway that
doctors take is a very expensive one, but ‘insurance pays
for it, right!’ It becomes so easy to say to yourself that
the whole world’s system of health care can’t be wrong, BUT
IT IS! Sadly, I didn’t wake up to this until the doctors
wanted to put me on a completely new drug called Tysarbi.
It was controversial, and three out of 2000 die of a brain
disease from this combination therapy. They say there is no
way of knowing who will develop this brain disease or what
causes it, but they prescribed the drug anyway to the tune
of $28,000 per year, because my insurance would pay for it.
My husband and I made the decision to NOT take the drug.
Now we are back on The Hallelujah Diet and will do it
absolutely the best we can, and trust God the best we can.
And again, I will wean myself off the medications and
hopefully never go the doctor and health care system
currently available in America ever again.
Our doctors may
mean well, but they don’t know. They are uninformed and are
being taught incorrectly in medical school. The hours they
spend on any type of nutritional education are practically
zilch. They do the best they can, but the truth is that it
is ‘we the people’ who have given them the ever-increasing
power that they have over us. They think they are God, but
they are not!
We may think that it is expensive to purchase BarleyMax®
and organic carrots, and all the things we need to be
healthy, but the alternative to that is the loss of not
only our health, but also our will. When we no longer can
choose how we spend our day, then we have lost our freedom.
How long will it take us to realize that our health is our
choice? I believe the answer to this issue all boils down
quite simply to education, not government health care, nor
money, but rather educating ourselves to the truth of where
real health care comes from – a healthy diet and God.
Our nation is suffering
the consequences of a burdened health care system, but it
has been ‘we the people’ who have allowed it to be so.
Until ‘we the people’ stand up and each personally chose
health, by choosing to put only healthy foods into our
body, nothing will change. Kindest regards and special
thanks, Debi.”

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2 Responses to “Debbie Speaks out About Health Care”

  1. Mark Wadinski Says:

    Good info, all those drugs just kill use and the medical industry just gets rich, and never give good nutrition a chance to heal the body.

  2. ozenblog Says:

    Thanks Mark. You are correct. I totally agree. More awareness is needed for natural products and healthy living. Great Squido Lens.. Thanks

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