When it comes to finding the cure for cancer, researchers who operate in a western science point of view believe they're doing important work when they dissect and disassemble plants to find isolated anti-cancer chemicals that can be replicated in synthetic pharmaceutical factories. But this approach to finding a cure for cancer is flawed, says Mike Adams, and today he's launched a short cartoon story to illustrate why.
Click here to view The Scientist, the Holy Plants, and the Cure for Cancer.
The cartoon story is the latest story in a growing body of work that Adams produces to help educate the public about the true nature of health, causes of disease, and solutions to personal health transformation. Previously, Adams authored Welcome to the Town of Allopath, a fable about the outdated philosophies of western medicine. It has since become one of the most popular natural health stories on the internet and has been read by over one million people around the globe.
With this new story about "Holy plants" and the cure for cancer, Adams hopes to reach another one million people with an entertaining, yet educational tale that's fun to read and easy to share. "Even fictional tales can sometimes tell the truth in a way that's far more educational than any scientific paper or technical document," Adams said. "When people read this short story, they have an 'Ah-ha!' moment at the end. They get it. They smile and can't wait to share the story with others. To me, that's an educational success."
Adams is also the creator of numerous natural health political cartoons now published on www.NaturalNews.com. These include the hilarious Conflicts of Interest cartoon about the FDA, the emboldened Honest Food Labels cartoon and the shocking and highly controversial Health Freedom cartoon about cancer doctors forcing chemotherapy treatments onto teenagers and children.
Never one to back away from controversy, Adams is also an author and writer who gives away most of his work. He has created a library of free, downloadable interviews and guides on natural health called the Natural Health Library, he built the increasingly-popular Honest Food Guide that replaces the USDA's biased dietary advice, and has even launched a series of free nutritional reference sites such as HealingFoodReference.com and HerbReference.com.
Considered a champion of natural health by the internet community, Adams was once a believer in conventional medicine (drugs and surgery) and suffered from prediabetes, borderline obesity and chronic back pain before transforming his body, mind and spirit through healthy eating, nutritional supplements, exercise, sunlight and green living. His mission and current health statistics are published at www.HealthRanger.org.
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