It has always been Dr Maulfair's belief that we should all die old and healthy. Today doctors and coroners are pressed to specify a cause of death, so the terms “old age” and “natural causes” are rarely used. We are conditioned to believe that we all eventually must die from a cause such as cancer, a heart attack, a stroke, or some other disease. However, our bodies are designed to simply wear out. That's a perfectly reasonable way to die — and it is possible. The trick is to get to that point before it "breaks" from a chronic degenerative disease. Hear more about that on this episode.
According to a recent article in the British Medical Journal, prescription drugs are tied with strokes as leading causes of death in the United States. In Europe, there are even more people that die per year as a result of prescription medication.
This does NOT have to be the case. There ARE ways to increase the quality of your life by RESTORING YOUR HEALTH — NOT MANAGING DISEASE.
Another article from the Harvard Center for Ethics Newsletter reveals that even properly prescribed drugs (NOT overdosing, misprescribing, or self-prescribing) cause almost 2 million hospitalizations per year. Additionally, almost 1 million patients that are already in the hospital are given drugs that cause serious adverse reactions.
We've known for years that Americans tend to be overweight and sedentary, and that our healthcare system produces less-than-desired results. We now know that we live shorter lives than people in other rich nations, and that infants in the US die from various causes at far higher rates — even though we're spending more and more on medications. Why is this?
Hear the 5 factors that identify if you have metabolic syndrome — a precursor to diabetes, cardiovascular disease, premature death, amputations, and more.
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