The McDougall Newsletter - February 2017
  February 2017 Printer Friendly PDF Vol. 16 Issue 02

Diet Therapy is the Way to Make Real Money in Medicine

For my entire medical career, spanning half a century, the pot of gold to be made from sick people has been tapped into almost exclusively by the pharmaceutical, surgical, radiation, device, screening, and hospital and healthcare provider industries. The economics are changing, fortunately, as the news spreads that "food poisoning" (due to subsisting on the rich Western diet) is the cause of most of our chronic diseases, and that diet therapy will prevent and cure most of these patients. You can become a dominating part of this multi-trillion-dollar medical-care business (about $9,990 annually per US citizen) by practicing diet therapy: the prevention and cure of common diseases by teaching patients how to stop food poisoning (via the standard American diet) and how to eat food that supports good health (like the McDougall diet).

Honest Medical Care Begins with Training

Medical students tell me that the two primary purposes of their half-million-dollar education are (1) to get them ready to pass the national licensing boards, and (2) to learn a trade. Yes, medical schools, and the residency programs that can follow for further training, are trade schools designed to provide technical skills required to perform the tasks for a specific job. For example, all healthcare practitioners are trained to prescribe medications (including supplements), catheterize coronary arteries (cardiologists), insert intestinal scopes (gastroenterologists), and remove body parts and replace them with mechanical devices (various surgeons). These tasks are the profit-makers.

Featured Recipes

Recipes this month are contributed by VICKI BRETT-GACH, a Certified Vegan Lifestyle Coach and Educator through Main Street Vegan Academy, and a Certified Personal Chef through Wellness Forum Health. Vicki completed training in Nutrition for a Healthy Heart, and earned a Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition through the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies.

Mixed Berry Oatmeal Muffin Cups
Overnight Oats with Apples, Apricots, and Almonds
Ratatouille Flatbread Pizza
Spicy Black Beans and Greens Over Rice
Perfect Lentil Soup and Mashed Potatoes
Chocolate Sweet Potato Brownies with Banana-Date Frosting

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