Gambling With Your Life

By Dr. John Reizer

American healthcare consumers are gambling with their lives each and every day. By taking various prescription and non prescription medications, that have deadly side effects attached to them, human Guinea pigs regularly roll the dice when they swallow, inject, and inhale suppressive pharmaceutical products that block the regular expressions of physiology in their bodies.

Here’s the wager most people are willing to make: I’ll bet my future health and wellbeing will not be irreparably damaged from the drugs I decide to take. The payoff; I will hopefully receive some sort of temporary change in the symptoms I am experiencing, or a lab value will move in a direction that’s been touted by experts as being a good one.

How crazy and delusional are people when they place their faith and trust in toxic products that have been manufactured by for profit drug companies? The short answer, pretty damn crazy and delusional.

American healthcare consumers are big risk takers with their lives. Look up the drug warnings for the products people are consuming and actually take the time to read the literature that’s been written in a font that requires a microscope to read. There’s a reason it’s been written in such small print.

Each time you take a drug, it’s like placing a single drop of a chemical into a beaker of clear liquid. Each drop placed into the beaker has a cumulative effect on the liquid. Eventually, one of those drops will suddenly turn the clear liquid bright red. CANCER!

When you take drugs, you’re betting that one of the products won’t turn a beaker filled with clear liquid inside your body bright red.

The pharmaceutical companies want to know; do you feel lucky? Do you?