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“Healthcare Can Kill You,” says Richard Ruhling, MD


“It’s been 35 years since they started calling medical care, healthcare. Medical care has little in common with healthcare, and it’s often inversely related. The more prescriptions you take, the sicker you become because the drugs don’t address the underlying cause of most conditions and they all have adverse effects,” says Richard Ruhling, MD, who was board-certified in internal medicine before teaching at Loma Linda University, 1974-78.

Responsible for executive health, Dr. Ruhling had an executive tell him that sugar bothered his joints. Another said cheese bothered his joints. A third said that meat bothered his joints. Ruhling says they were smart men and they realized what most people don’t -- that if we were born normal and later develop a problem, we did it to ourselves by what we put in our mouths.

The Door to Illness
“Our bodies are built from the food we eat. As computer programmers say, if it’s garbage in, it’s garbage out--for years until the body can no longer eliminate the poisons and then we get sick. If we ask our doctor, we’re likely to get a prescription for relief of symptoms but we usually come away with no better idea of the cause. And sooner or later we become toxic to the pill that relieves our symptoms. Soon we have a bag of pills that affect our appetite, mental clarity and enjoyment of life,” according to Ruhling, who adds: “Forcing medical care (Obamacare) with its high risk of adverse reactions on anyone goes against the grain of the Constitution… Didn’t Ronald Reagan say: ‘The most terrifying words are, I’m from the government and I’m here to help you.’ ? ”


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