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Published on 3/26/2018
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This may seem like a harmless question but it isn’t.  Must we get sick?


It seems we have been socialized to believe and expect to get sick  and have a diminished state of well being  in our later years.


We have been conditioned to look forward to it and we sometimes seem surprised when we meet someone who are still very active in their 80’s.


QUESTION? How do undomesticated animals get health care? .Who takes them to the veterinarian?


Consider with me the connection between nutrition and brain function; between nutrition and good eye sight.

If brain health depends upon foods that provide vital nutrients the brain needs to function properly; if eye function depends upon nutrition that provides what the eyes need, it becomes apparent that we can expect bodily deterioration when we fail to give our bodies proper nutrition.


Ought not the medical industry complement our efforts to maintain good health rather than replace them?


When we do for the body what it can do for itself, we cripple its ability to defend and restore our health when it has been compromised.



Might you conclude with me that just as people in some third world countries have fewer diseases; that animals who do not have human owners somehow live long productive lives, that there may be something we can do to maintain healthier bodies.


Just a few thoughts to consider as we view ourselves as a nation. Yes, we are our neighbor’s keeper.


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Would appreciate your reaction to this article with a view toward improving our nation’s health.

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