Get Out of the Medical Business: A Primary Goal of the McDougall Program

Updated May 31, 2015

Atul Gawande, a staff writer for The New Yorker and a practicing medical doctor, wrote “Overkill, An avalanche of unnecessary medical care is harming patients physically and financially. What can we do about it?”

newyorker-5-15-205x300-4659206

I recommend that you take the time to read this article about how new government regulations, progressive medical doctors, and innovative healthcare delivery groups are reining in aggressive medical care charged at criminally high prices to the consumer. There are major steps being taken in the US to help you and your family. However, you cannot depend on these efforts alone. I encourage you to take the following steps:

1) Eat the McDougall Diet
2) Do not look for “hidden disease”
3) Seek medical help only when you need it
4) Learn to say “no” to doctors
5) Take safety precautions

Read More…