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Offline JC Spencer

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Could this be the Quick Pathway to Lowering Healthcare Costs?
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2009, 10:11:26 AM »
Five diseases cause more than two-thirds of all U.S. annual deaths.  Five diseases cost 75% of our annual healthcare costs.  Could these five diseases hold the answer to solving our healthcare crisis.  The answer to the healthcare crisis is to STAY WELL.

We focus on the urgent because we have not addressed the important.  The important is optimal health which prevents the urgent.  Could the rising wellness movement replace today’s sickness industry?

Today the urgent is a group of five diseases – heart disease, cancer, stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (bronchitis, emphysema), and diabetes.  When you change the name from “diseases” to “medical expenditure” the five names change to:  heart conditions, trauma, cancer, mental disorders (Alzheimer’s, stroke, bipolar disorder; paranoia; psychiatry; psychosis; schizophrenia) and pulmonary conditions.  Physical trauma is of itself not a disease.

This leaves us with the five diseases - the highest medical expenditure - cardiovascular conditions, cancer, brain function disorders, pulmonary conditions, and diabetes.

What if  the same strategy that could have obtained optimal health and prevented these five killers CAN PROVIDE A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE for those with these diseases?

What if  the same common sense nutrition that could have prevented the five killers diseases CAN ACTUALLY REVERSE these five killers?

While the whole crisis is not simple, it is the very simple than can start the change.  The first two steps that can make worlds of difference are:

(1) Drink more clean water and; (2) replace your harmful sugar with a good sugar.

Improving brain function can indeed play a major role in correcting over 600 diseases. Learn more about beneficial sugars at

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