J Morris Hicks

J Morris Hicks

Posted September 2, 2011

Published in Health

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American Hangnail "Association." Do we need one?

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No. And we may not need one for heart disease very much longer...

If you missed the CNN Special "The Last Heart Attack" this past Sunday, you will have several opportunities to see it -- described later in this post. Among other things, that "special" got me to thinking about all of the huge organizations that have been created for the diseases driven by our toxic Western diet: the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, and the American Diabetes Association to name just a few. We're talking about huge organizations with thousands of employees and billions of dollars.

American Heart Association

Ever wondered what would happen to all of those organizations if each of their specialty "diseases" simply disappeared. Dr. Esselstyn says that heart disease (our number 1 killer) is a "toothless paper tiger that need never exist." And he knows how to get rid of it quickly if it does exist -- without the use of stents, statins and bypass surgery. By simply returning to the natural diet for our species, we can eliminate an estimated 80% of all diseases and their trillions of dollars of cost.

Thanks to Dr. Gupta and CNN this past Sunday, now millions more people know how to make themselves "heart attack proof." And with no heart disease, there would be no more reason to have an American Heart Association than it would be to have an American Hangnail Association. Sounds ludicrous, but it's true. Clearly, there is no need for a "hangnail association," nor would there be much need for any specialty organizations focusing on diseases that no longer existed. Continue reading this article...

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