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In this video, Dr. Huntoon discusses the 4 Causes of ALL Health Concerns and what you need to consider when approaching your health.
Most medical doctors will never look for these 4 Causes since, if addressed, would stop the need for medication and/or surgery.
If you would like to avoid Medicines Two Choices, have a consultation with Dr. Huntoon and perhaps you will never need either.
Medicine can offer you two choices for your health concern:
1 Medication to mask (cover up) your symptom temporarily
Or they could have you take as a long term palliative therapy (just stay on it as a way of managing your symptoms ie. blood pressure or cholesterol medication
2 Surgery for your end stage disease to remove the problematic area
Or they could replace the organ or tissue ie. knee replacement or organ replacement like a heart
Unfortunately, that is ALL They Can Offer.
And, that is the only thing your Health Insurance Company Policy will pay for through your health insurance. Appreciate that in order for your health insurance to take effect and for you to have a benefit is if you have a diagnosable disease as the result of a specific test or screening ie. x-ray, MRI, CT Scan, blood test, which requires more office visits and costs more money.
So, as you can see, the medication does not fix your problem, and the surgery may leave you worse off then before the surgery, as no one can ever tell the outcome of these things ahead of time. It is Not a TRUE SOLUTION.
Now, if your Medical Doctor knows the best they can offer you is medication, known to have harmful side-effects, and known to be toxic to the body over time (why they need you to have routine blood work to monitor the effects of your medication)
They can offer you surgical intervention to remove parts of your body and permanently alter the body you were born with
If that is all they have to offer you, Might they tell you there is nothing else "you" can do with your health concern? Might they make you feel like what you have as a health concern is your final destiny?
And might you go into agreement with that because no one is telling you different?
And if you go into agreement with your Medical Doctor's Perspective, What does that mean for you and your life?
2. Do you still have more life left in you and you are willing to do whatever it takes to overcome your situation?
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