(NaturalHealth365) Big Pharma is getting into the business of social engineering, by understanding the patient on levels that go way beyond the physical realm. They are looking at the psychological and emotional components that help create a “compliant pill taker”. Never forget the obvious – the more pills we take, the more money they make.
They say the “road to hell is paved with good intentions”
To get the best data, mental health experts must follow the patient on his or her journey from diagnosis to end of therapy, then translate the seemingly endless stream of qualitative data. This is becoming known as human factors engineering (HFE) and is centered on getting a patient to adapt new routines and habits.
This takes precedence over curing, preventing, and finding the underlying cause of any condition; America’s idea of health is disease management and its citizens are getting too comfortable with this idea. A pill for every ill.
Big pharma creates a web of disease – no patient can escape
For the pharmaceutical delivery device industry, understanding the core of human factors engineering (HFE) is designed to look at the context of how a human interacts with the world. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has offered recommendations for medical device design optimization through human factors analysis testing and validation.
Using in-depth statistical analysis, data, aggregation and a thorough understanding of the potential users’ behaviors, motivation and needs means disease management can become a permanent fixture in the lives of patients.
One (major) theme emerging in conventional medicine is that early treatment and acclimation to a medically-managed condition equals a “healthy” solution. Yet, no one bothers to ask why a toxic (often lethal) prescription drug is needed to be healthy? Pharmaceutical companies develop compelling marketing and sales campaigns; product launches; and compliance studies to produce the world’s most manipulated population.
Understanding the truth will free you of drug addictions
Big pharma produces chronically ill patients by creating a dependency on drugs to only alleviate symptoms, not the underlying cause of disease. And, let’s not forget the serious (negative) side effects of taking these poisonous chemicals.
The FDA just issued a drug-safety communication for the first time that ties incretin mimetic drugs used for type-2 diabetics as contributors to pancreatitis and precancerous cellular changes.
Incretin therapy increases pancreatic mass and beta cell mass potentially putting patients at risk for malignancies which would entail using a whole slew of chemotherapy drugs. This puts in perspective the saying, “with managed care a patient can become a patient for life.”
A study reported in JAMA Internal Medicine found a significant rush of hospitalization for acute pancreatitis, while Peter Butler, MD of the University of California Los Angeles and colleagues found an increased risk of both pancreatic and thyroid cancer from these diabetic drugs.
This is just one example of how long-term use of prescription drugs cause more harm than good.
A better way – no drug company wants you to understand
Diabetes, heart disease and cancer are complex pathological conditions that conventional pharmaceuticals will never cure. There is a way to prevent devastating, long term dependence on drugs through simple changes to lifestyle habits. Evidence is providing a new model for studying the interaction between diet, gene expression, physiological response and disease.
There are published papers in Cell by A.J. Marian Walhout, PhD, co-director of the Program in Systems Biology and professor of molecular medicine who describe how metabolism and physiology are connected to diet. Her work describes how different diets produce differences in gene expression – which can be linked to crucial physiological changes.
We already know that diet affects the bacteria in the human digestive system, which are linked to physiological changes. The digestive system houses most of the immune system – our primary defense against disease. In addition, diet is now being connected to the length of telomeres – which are intimately related to a long, healthy life.
Diet also changes insulin signaling pathways and gene expression which is what practically inhibits type-2 diabetes from occurring and reverses its progression naturally. By the way, if you suffer from diabetes – I encourage you to investigate the successful work of Dr. Gabriel Cousens. He’s curing diabetics without the need for toxic drugs.
The bottom line – the pharmaceutical agenda is to provide temporary relieve, not to support a real return to health. Their definition of health includes regular doctor and pharmacy visits just to survive. Drugs are being positioned as a reliable partner for all stages of human existence including infants, toddlers, teens, adults and seniors.
Lifestyle factors are extraordinary powerful at preserving youthful functioning and supporting favorable gene expression. There is an abundance of scientific data to suggest that a low-cost, dietary approach can produce unprecedented breakthroughs in cellular performance and health.
No drug formulation can produce the benefits of a plant-based, natural (chemical free) diet. Make every effort to be healthy and live the life of your dreams.
About the author: Blanche Levine has been a student of natural healing modalities for the last 25 years. She has the privilege of working with some of the greatest minds in natural healing including Naturopaths, scientist and energy healers. Having seen people miraculously heal from all kinds of dis-ease through non-invasive methods, her passion now is to help people become aware of what it takes to be healthy.
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