How Prepared Are You to NOT Become a National Statistic?

by Admin on April 22, 2015

SAMSUNGHow Prepared Are You to NOT Become a National Statistic?

What you need to know right here in Green Valley/Sahuarita, Arizona!

If airplane crashes caused over 600 deaths a day, 365 days a year, would you be concerned?

Can you imagine the hysteria and chaos this would cause?

Would you fly again? Of course not! All airplanes would be grounded!

Our country would be paralyzed!

What if you were told that over 225, 000 are killed and over 2 million people maimed and disabled every year…year after year from modern medicine…would you believe it?

Well, you better believe it. In fact, it even has its own name:

“Iatrogenic Disease”

To those unfamiliar with the term, Iatrogenic Disease is defined as a disease caused by medical treatment.

That means doctors, hospitals, medications, etc.

Sounds far-fetched and ridiculous? Think again!

Why Aren’t We, As a Society, Aware of This?

Because the real causes are hidden! Most medical coding only describes the cause of organ failure and does not identify iatrogenic causes at all!

Death by Medicine

A comprehensive research article, Death by Medicine, authored by Gary Null PhD, Carolyn Dean MD ND, Martin Feldman MD, Debora Rasio MD, and Dorothy Smith PhD, described in excruciating detail how the modern American medical system had bumbled its way into becoming the leading cause of death and injury in the United States.

From medical errors to adverse drug reactions to unnecessary procedures, heart disease, cancer deaths and infant mortality, the authors took statistics straight from the most respected medical and scientific journals and investigative reports by the Institutes of Medicine (IOM), and showed that on the whole American medicine caused more harm than good.

Just What Are “They” Going to Do About It?

 They, meaning government health officials, are obviously concerned and worried about this country’s reputation for safety in our health care system.

The problem is that, as it always is with government, things move at a snail’s pace when change is needed, and as I mentioned before, this country has yet to have in place an adverse event reporting system.

Since it seems that “they” don’t have definitive answers or solutions, who does?


WE” Do, That’s Who!

We must, as a society, begin practicing self-care instead of healthcare.

What I have been telling you is not intended to frighten you, but there must be a wake-up call because we’re heading toward a half of million people annually that aren’t waking up!


We must start making informed choices about our health. Imagine that, making intelligent decisions about our own well-being.

It is quite obvious that relying on our healthcare system and the government to make these decisions for us, about us, just isn’t working.

It’s time to quit subjecting our bodies to misguided medical interventions and to reward ourselves with the healthy minds and bodies that come from taking control of our lives by emphasizing proper diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes.

I consider the fact that there are three predominant influences on health: physical activity, dietary patterns, and our willingness to make changes. Basically what this means is that lifestyle is our medicine. Period.

So it shouldn’t be a surprise that I named my program…


We can change the world or change ourselves. And when we change ourselves we can change the world.

Doctors are trained to think about patients through the lens of disease.

That model is archaic and useless. What I have told you previously proves that.

Functional Medicine

Remember that term. It’s about to change your life.

It did mine! Much more on that later!

I personally love mysteries, as I’m sure you do, and I’m going to throw you many clues.

But hang on.

Listen up for a second. I have something I want to give you free of charge.

I would like to offer you a complimentary thirty minute, one-on-one consultation with me to discuss your concerns and issues!

Of course, we have to melt our schedules together, and as you can probably guess, mine is very tight.

But no matter what, I will always make time for you!

Love ya,

Thumper at Mind to Motion Pilates Plus


P.S.  Listen to this, its brilliant. Tom Blue, the chief strategy officer for the American Association of Private Physicians put it this way:

“Most of us have three types of insurance. We have auto insurance. We have home owners insurance. And we have health insurance. And in two of those instances, we have a very clear and healthy understanding of what insurance is there to do: with our car and our house.

We have insurance to help us avoid financial ruin in the unlikely event of something catastrophic. We’re paying to manage a risk. Your house burns down. That’s bad. Your insurance can step in and save you from financial ruin.

Imagine what your house or car would look like if you believed that anything insurance doesn’t pay for is unnecessary. I mean you would be out of gas. Your tires would be flat. You would have burned up your engine. Your gutters would be falling off.

You would have a dilapidated home and a dilapidated car!

If you want to see the human equivalent of that belief, just have a look at the declining health in our population.”

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