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Originally published February 25 2013

Tomatoes, dandelions, and hawthorn - why they trump Obamacare

by Lance Johnson

(NaturalNews) The Affordable Care Act seems compassionate, but its one size fits all philosophy suppresses real healthcare, the kind found growing freely and more affordable - in nature. Fully implemented in 2014, this law mandates every American purchase health insurance. This is the first time in U.S. history that Americans are required to buy a product. This one-size-fits-all mandate of herding people's health philosophy is misguided, ignorant, bankrupting, and tyrannical. It flies in the face of real health. The most successful, healthy people know from experience that the most effective health philosophy is simply a lifestyle of nutrition utilization and positive thinking.

Eating tomatoes is cheaper than disease management drugs

The mysterious elements of foods - the nutrients, minerals, enzymes, and antioxidants inside - are absolutely necessary for healthy survival. These blessings of nature, when digested in their real form, are important for energizing the body and mind. The best part about nutrition - it was never intended to cause bankruptcy. You can find nutritious blessings growing freely in the pasture, in the park, in the woods, in the vacant lot, or in the garden.

Tomatoes, for example, are more than just food. They are medicine. The lycopene inside a tomato is a powerful antioxidant that aggressively scavenges free radicals from its surroundings. Many chronic diseases result from tissue injury caused by free radicals. Free radicals can trigger chain reactions that damage lipid membranes, enzymes, chromosomes, and other cellular components. By utilizing antioxidants, one can prevent free radical damage to cells, keeping disease at bay. This is the philosophy of real health insurance - taking care of the root cause.

Dandelion, the most affordable diabetes medicine

The government is trying to make pharmaceutical drugs more affordable, but drugs don't create health. They suppress symptoms and cause new problems. For example, diabetes can be treated with Sulfonylureas, which stimulate the pancreas to create more insulin. Ultimately, this causes low blood glucose, upset stomach, skin rash, or weight gain. Thiazolidinediones may help but can cause congestive heart failure.

Ultimately, there are natural options, like the abundant, affordable dandelion. Dandelions aren't just weeds. Packed with vitamins A, C, iron, and calcium, dandelions are strong detoxification foods. Dandelion juice can help diabetic patients by stimulating the production of insulin from the pancreas, keeping the blood sugar level low. As a diuretic, dandelion makes the diabetic patient urinate frequently, removing the extra sugar from the body. Since they are bitter, they also lower sugar level in the blood.

Hawthorn berries trump heart prescription drugs

Low sex drive, dizziness, and fatigue are all clinical side effects of current heart prescription drugs. This is counterproductive and enslaving.

Why not try hawthorn berries instead?

The German Commission E, a scientific body which determines the effectiveness of herbal medicines, recommends hawthorn for:

• Cardiac insufficiency
• Cardiac pressure and tightness
• The aging heart
• Mild bradyarrhythmia
• Increasing coronary and myocardial circulation

Enough said. This berry, rich in antioxidant flavonoids, benefits the heart through powerful anti-inflammatory, relaxing effects on the blood vessels. One cannot overdose hawthorn either.
It is a berry of safety and longevity.

Why do heart medications even exist, when mankind knows all about this powerful berry?
Why do Americans cling to"health insurances" and government mandates? There are more affordable, simpler answers to health all around. Positivity, creativity, and nature will pave the way for real healthcare. Hope exists, but it's far from government mandates rooted in a system of drugging medical intervention.

Sources for this article include:

Haas, Elson, MD. "Staying Healthy with Nutrition,"
http://drugs.about.com/od/diabetesmedications/a/diabetes_meds.htm
http://www.susunweed.com/herbal_ezine/November08/healingwise.htm
http://www.ehow.com/about_5312043_side-effects-heart-medication.html

About the author:
Inspired by powerful changes in he and his family's own health, Lance Johnson is excited about the future of nutrition, cellular detoxification, and organic products.

As an avid, everyday learner and researcher, Lance believes real health opportunities exist outside of the mainstream medical industry.

Passionate, he has begun creating an all natural products movement from the ground up at: www.allnaturalfreespirit.com

Pick up a stick of all natural deodorant or a few bars of Liberty Soap from the Free Spirit online store.

And keep in touch for more empowering health information at www.allnaturalfreespirit.com


Inspired by powerful changes in he and his family's own health, Lance Johnson is excited about the future of nutrition, cellular detoxification, and organic products. As an avid, everyday learner and researcher, Lance believes real health opportunities exist outside of the mainstream medical industry. Passionate, he has begun creating an all natural products movement from the ground up at: www.allnaturalfreespirit.com Pick up a stick of all natural deodorant or a few bars of Liberty Soap from the Free Spirit online store. And keep in touch for more empowering health information at www.allnaturalfreespirit.com



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