During my recent period of illness, I had the opportunity to read the book Natural Cures They Don’t Want You To Know About by Kevin Trudeau. If any of you have read the book, you would know that it speaks about a few lawsuits short of a conspiracy perpetrated by the medical profession, the drug industry, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
Now, I’m not one to be easily brain-washed, and I use that term very loosely. But, after reading the book, I felt vindicated that there was actually someone else in the world who shared my view. I guess having grown up in the modern world, we were exposed to so many pills and surgery that could “cure” our ailments. It is quite disheartening to learn that there are natural cures for so many chronic illnesses such as HIV/AIDS, Diabetes, Cancer and Heart Disease that are being surpressed by the FDA that I cry for the world we live in, where the love of money is the root of all evil and it continues to rear its ugly head all around us. From wealthy people taking poor people’s money under the guise of attractive returns on Investment (Good riddance to Madoff) to drug companies charging an arm and a leg for medication that is not curing any condition to associations claiming to trying to find a cure for ilnesses that are plaguing the world and causing thousands of death annually.
I had a “not so serious” illness and it cost me almost J$1M for medical care including surgery.
There is a lot said about Kevin Trudeau and the fact that he is making millions of dollars doing what he does. This is someone who has served time for mistakes caused by greed. The FDA made successful attempts to censor and put him and others out of business. The truth is, there is a place in this world (and more so the land of America, the land of freedom and opportunity) for everyone – diverse medical opinions, diverse religious views, diverse work ethics, diverse relationship practices. To each their own.
For me, I am sold on Kevin Trudeau and his theroy about prescription and non-prescription drugs, eating habits and other health and lifestyle practices. I have made small adjustments to my lifestyle based on what I can afford and what is most convenient to my circumstances. It just may make me live a little bit longer.