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"Physicians should not be so quick to prescribe a drug if there is a natural alternative available. I have seen many illnesses improve without the use of drugs. In order to achieve our optimal health, we need to supply the body with the basic raw materials that it needs. Drugs are not part of those raw materials. Eating a healthy diet, drinking water, and detoxifying are examples of ways to improve your health. I have written seven books to help get this message out. You can make changes in your lifestyle which will positively impact your overall health."
- David Brownstein M.D., Drugs That Don't Work and Natural Therapies That Do (Get the book.)

"If you have any inkling that your drug is causing the troubles, talk to your doctor about adjusting your prescription. • Food sensitivities are a major factor in IBS. Go to Chapter Three for more information about food sensitivities. It will help you detect your triggers. • Low fibre diets contribute to irritable bowel syndrome. Refined flours such as white flour and sugars are high glycemic, which means they flip into a sugar quickly in the blood stream. They also feed bad bacteria in the gut. Constipation may cause some residual build up of stool along the intestinal canal."
- Heather Caruso, Your Drug-Free Guide to Digestive Health (Get the book.)

"Excessive HCL can cause heartburn. • drug use and stimulants increase the risk of indigestion. This would include substances such as alcohol, tobacco, immuran, cortisone, iron, aspirin, antibiotics and pain killers. • Eating too fast may cause dyspepsia. This can be due to rushing whilst eating or not chewing due to pain in the teeth. Chewing your food not only breaks it down into smaller pieces but it also improves the digestion of starches. Saliva mixes with foods and produces an enzyme that helps to pre-digest starches before they enter the stomach."

- Heather Caruso, Your Drug-Free Guide to Digestive Health (Get the book.)

"I hope this book gets everyone looking for safer alternatives to drug therapies. TO ALL OF OUR HEALTH! ' From CDC.gov 2 WSOCTV.com 1 Kaiser Family Foundation. Prescription drug trends fact sheet. June 2006 4 Anderson, G. Health Affairs."
- David Brownstein M.D., Drugs That Don't Work and Natural Therapies That Do (Get the book.)

"A common constipation drug is called "Milk of Magnesia." A magnesium deficiency manifests itself with symptoms of constipation, cramps, heart palpitations and allergies. Typical dosage of magnesium ranges from 400 to 600 mgs per day with meals. Do not take magnesium if you have kidney disease. Milk Thistle Milk thistle helps to improve liver function and stimulate bile flow. This herb has a detoxifying effect on the liver and gallbladder. It is often used in conjunction with dandelion. Drink plenty of water to flush the system of toxins."
- Heather Caruso, Your Drug-Free Guide to Digestive Health (Get the book.)

"Neither Peter nor Sandy remembers exactly why the doctor then prescribed Depakote, a drug that its maker, Abbott Laboratories, markets for conditions ranging from migraines to seizures to mania. Peter believes the doctor told him it would help him fall asleep and escape the effect of his daily doses of stimulants, which are known to keep children wired and awake all night. Sandy thinks the doctor prescribed Depakote because Peter was spacey. "The doctors would see the kids for just a couple of minutes," Sandy said. "Every time there was a side effect, they would add a new med."
- Melody Petersen, Our Daily Meds: How the Pharmaceutical Companies Transformed Themselves into Slick Marketing Machines and Hooked the Nation on Prescription Drugs (Get the book.)

"Doctors have found that this medication-induced dementia often reverses if it is found and the patient stops taking the offending drug. But how many people never learn that it was their medicine that took their minds away? Pharmacia had created a disease, but its remedy was harming some people in ways not worth fewer visits to the bathroom. TWO Midwestern Medicine Show Of the fifty states, there was one I believed the medicine merchants might find the least alluring. Sitting in the heart of Middle America, Iowa is a place where change takes time to happen."

- Melody Petersen, Our Daily Meds: How the Pharmaceutical Companies Transformed Themselves into Slick Marketing Machines and Hooked the Nation on Prescription Drugs (Get the book.)

"Patrick Kelly, a top marketing executive at Pfizer, the drug's maker, told a reporter from Advertising Age in 2001. The company's sex pill became part of American pop culture almost as soon as Pfizer introduced it. Not even Prozac, the antidepressant first sold in 1988, had been the topic of so many discussions around the water cooler, at the dinner table, or on late-night talk shows. With Viagra, Pfizer marketers showed they were experts at creating a style or personality for a pill."

- Melody Petersen, Our Daily Meds: How the Pharmaceutical Companies Transformed Themselves into Slick Marketing Machines and Hooked the Nation on Prescription Drugs (Get the book.)

"But even the healthiest food, like broccoli and spinach, superstar vegetables so to say, can be dangerous when a person takes a blood-thinning drug like Coumadin (Graedon, pg 64). Suddenly milk can be harmful; coffee of course, but also pudding. If someone takes acne medicine (like Accutane) and vitamin A at the same time, this can increase toxicity in his body. Antibiotics can mess up with vitamin K. If he takes blood pressure medicines (like Accupril, Altace, Capoten, etc.) taking potassium at the same time can give him too much potassium and can be dangerous."
- Kenneth W Thomas, Ron Gilbert, Gerd Schaller, Side Effects: The Hidden Agenda of the Pharmaceutical drug Cartel (Get the book.)

"Tips for Vomiting • Drink a lot of water or clear fluids. • Fast for the day to take the pressure off the stomach. • If you must eat, consume only bland foods. Avoid spices, fats and solid foods. • Rest after you eat, so that you do not rile your stomach. • Do not over consume any food or drinks. • For morning sickness eat small frequent meals and carry crackers to snack on. • For motion sickness try to focus on an object in the horizon. Ride in the front seat, not the back. • If smells bother you, stay out of the kitchen whilst meals are being made or cook odorless food."
- Heather Caruso, Your Drug-Free Guide to Digestive Health (Get the book.)

"Do not take a product containing phenylalanine if you are pregnant or nursing a baby; if you take an MAO inhibitor drug; or if you suffer from panic attacks, diabetes, or phenylketonuria (PKU). If you have high blood pressure, start with the lowest dosage and monitor your blood pressure before increasing the dose. • Capsaicin, an ingredient in cayenne (capsicum), can provide pain relief when regularly applied to the affected area."
- Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 4th Edition: A Practical A-to-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & Food Supplements (Get the book.)

"The common diabetes drug metformin (Glucophage), for example, reduced Ale by about 0.6 percentage point in a large research trial.9 The vegan diet also proved highly effective in reducing body weight and cholesterol. To put all this in perspective, the landmark UK Prospective Diabetes Study showed that a 1-point drop in Ale for people with type 2 diabetes lowers the risk of eye or kidney complications by about 37 percent.10 This is the effect of just the Ale drop without considering the ability of the diet to also reduce cholesterol and blood pressure."
- Neal D. Barnard and Bryanna Clark Grogan, Dr. Neal Barnard's Program for Reversing Diabetes: The Scientifically Proven System for Reversing Diabetes Without Drugs (Get the book.)

"Supplemental alpha-lipoic acid is used not to counteract deficiencies but to act essentially like a drug. In high doses, it acts as an antioxidant. In people with type 2 diabetes, it appears to increase insulin sensitivity and reduce symptoms of nerve damage.10,11 In many studies of alpha-lipoic acid, researchers used intravenous infusions rather than oral doses. So far, it appears to be safe, but it is not yet clear whether it will yield clinically important effects over the long run and if so, what doses are safe and effective for long-term use."

- Neal D. Barnard and Bryanna Clark Grogan, Dr. Neal Barnard's Program for Reversing Diabetes: The Scientifically Proven System for Reversing Diabetes Without Drugs (Get the book.)

"In my experience, most patients on insulin and about half of all patients on a sulfonylurea or nateglinide drug who begin a low-fat, vegan diet have hypoglycemic episodes, usually within the first several weeks. Patients will be delighted to know that they have improved so much that their medications are now too strong, but they will also be concerned about what hypoglycemia means. It is important for them to understand that it was caused by their medication and that it does not indicate that there is anything wrong with them."

- Neal D. Barnard and Bryanna Clark Grogan, Dr. Neal Barnard's Program for Reversing Diabetes: The Scientifically Proven System for Reversing Diabetes Without Drugs (Get the book.)

"These results are stronger than any single drug is likely to bring. For some people, that is all it takes to return their Ale to the normal range. PUTTING THE RIGHT FUEL IN YOUR TANK Now we have covered the basics, the three guidelines that work together to help you regain control: Avoiding animal products, keeping oils to a minimum, and favoring low-GI foods. These guidelines work together. Meeting one of them is not enough. For example, jelly beans can be vegan, and they are low in oil. Because they are essentially solid sugar, though, they have a high GI and will spike your blood glucose."

- Neal D. Barnard and Bryanna Clark Grogan, Dr. Neal Barnard's Program for Reversing Diabetes: The Scientifically Proven System for Reversing Diabetes Without Drugs (Get the book.)

"The second number (0.2%) doesn't look so great, and that doesn't take into account the risks from statins themselves, which I will get to shortly. What about the evidence for heart-attack prevention if you don't have a prior history of heart disease?"
- J. Douglas Bremner, Before You Take that Pill: Why the drug Industry May Be Bad for Your Health (Get the book.)

"Drug Addiction. drug abuse is pervasive in our society. It may be defined as the improper use of any drug, including: (1) Drugs legally prescribed and then used improperly by a patient; (2) legal drugs obtained illegally and used without a doctor's prescription; (3) illegal drugs. The addiction problem crosses ethnic, gender, and age boundaries: black, white, and brown, male and female, from elementary school to senior citizen. Organs most adversely affected are the brain, heart, lungs, liver, and kidneys."
- John Heinerman, Heinerman's Encyclopedia of Healing Juices (Get the book.)

"This was the birth of the tricyclic medications. Tricyclics, which include doxepin (Sinequan), amoxapine (Asendin), and amitriptyline (Elavil), increase norepinephrine and serotonin levels in the synapses (the spaces between the nerve cells in the brain). The main problem with the tricyclics is their anticholinergic side effects: dry mouth, constipation, memory problems, confusion, blurred vision, sexual dysfunction, and decreased urination. Other problems include heart arrhythmias and blood pressure drops. Elavil is associated with the worst of these problems and probably shouldn't be used."
- J. Douglas Bremner, Before You Take that Pill: Why the drug Industry May Be Bad for Your Health (Get the book.)

"People who take anticoagulants or use drug patches also should not use magnets. And on a practical note, keep your magnets away from your computer's hard drive and storage disks. MASSAGE Massage involves the manipulation of muscles and other soft tissues. It is beneficial in treating a wide range of conditions, including muscle spasms and pain, soreness from injury, and headaches."
- Phyllis A. Balch, CNC, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 4th Edition: A Practical A-to-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs & Food Supplements (Get the book.)

"As I see it, sugar is a socially acceptable, legal recreational drug. Like other recreational drugs, sugar can lead to mood highs and lows. And like other drugs, sugar can destroy your health over time and lead to Spent. Most people I see in my practice are sugar addicts—their behavior and emotions are somewhat controlled by sugar, even though they don't realize it and would probably deny it if I suggested it. Just take a look at how addicted we Americans have become to the white crystalline substance."
- Frank Lipman, Mollie Doyle, Spent: Revive: Stop Feeling Spent and Feel Great Again (Get the book.)

"Here is a chilling analogy. A scientist working in a laboratory would never randomly mix eight or more different chemicals in a test tube without studying the projected effect of the chemicals. "Thus, when an elderly patient is prescribed eight to ten medications concurrently, it is impossible to predict the outcome."102 Studies show that the elderly take over 30% of all medications prescribed.103 There is an attitude prevalent among elderly patients (and among patients in general), that if the doctor does not give the patient a prescription, the doctor's visit was a failure."
- Kenneth W Thomas, Ron Gilbert, Gerd Schaller, Side Effects: The Hidden Agenda of the Pharmaceutical drug Cartel (Get the book.)

"In other words, if one hundred people each took an SSRI for ten years, about five of them would make a suicide attempt that they wouldn't have if they hadn't been on an SSRI. There was no difference, however, between SSRIs and the older tricyclic antidepressants, suggesting that all antidepressant medications may carry an increased risk of suicide. Questions about suicidal thinking with antidepressants have been around for years, and occurred with the tricyclics."
- J. Douglas Bremner, Before You Take that Pill: Why the drug Industry May Be Bad for Your Health (Get the book.)

"A "widget" is a mythical thing used for discussion in college business classes. them have two or more chronic diseases.98 (We define "chronic" as lasting over a long period of time, as opposed to "acute," which means of a limited sharp duration.) Poly-pharmacy is defined as the concurrent use of multiple prescription medications. It can occur at any age level, but it is most prevalent among the elderly. There have been several studies that find that patients aged 65 and over will have an average of two to six prescribed medications and 1 to 3.4 non-prescribed medications."
- Kenneth W Thomas, Ron Gilbert, Gerd Schaller, Side Effects: The Hidden Agenda of the Pharmaceutical drug Cartel (Get the book.)

"Here is a chilling analogy. A scientist working in a laboratory would never randomly mix eight or more different chemicals in a test tube without studying the projected effect of the chemicals. "Thus, when an elderly patient is prescribed eight to ten medications concurrently, it is impossible to predict the outcome."102 Studies show that the elderly take over 30% of all medications prescribed.103 There is an attitude prevalent among elderly patients (and among patients in general), that if the doctor does not give the patient a prescription, the doctor's visit was a failure."

- Kenneth W Thomas, Ron Gilbert, Gerd Schaller, Side Effects: The Hidden Agenda of the Pharmaceutical drug Cartel (Get the book.)

"Unfortunately, doctors may not be able to provide their patients with all the details on side effects. They aren't hiding anything; they just can't keep up with new information. There are more than five thousand medical journals, each of which publishes twenty articles a month, meaning that there are more than 1 million articles published each year. It's impossible for anyone to read all of this, let alone a busy general practitioner or internist, or even a specialist, all of whom are often buried by insurance forms and HMO paperwork."
- J. Douglas Bremner, Before You Take that Pill: Why the drug Industry May Be Bad for Your Health (Get the book.)

"As a wide-ranging examination of the pharmaceutical industry in the British medical journal The Lancet recently concluded, "The present drug regulatory systems . . . are highly vulnerable to industrial capture, and permit the industry's scientific experts to have extensive conflicts of interest [my italics] while providing their expert advice." In other words, the FDA is too weak to stand up to the political machine of Eli Lilly, Pfizer, and Merck."
- Greg Critser, Generation Rx: How Prescription Drugs are Altering American Lives, Minds, and Bodies (Get the book.)

"How could the use of one drug cause irreversible osteoporosis? It goes back to the statement that you can't poison a crucial enzyme or block an important receptor for the long-term and expect a good result. Provera*, being a foreign substance to the body, blocks the body's receptors for progesterone. Furthermore, since it is a foreign substance, the body has a difficult time detoxifying Provera . The end result is a whole host of serious adverse effects such as irreversible osteoporosis. Instead of putting Depo-Provera in the 'black box', the FDA should remove it from the market."
- David Brownstein M.D., Drugs That Don't Work and Natural Therapies That Do (Get the book.)

"The station then could cut to the film of the child as if the anchor were doing a live interview. "Yes," Lacy said. "I think the Theophylline has helped a lot because before, the medicine didn't help me, and I couldn't run very fast in sports. But now, I can run fast and do very well." Senator Kennedy invited the companies' executives to speak at the hearing to explain these videos and their other marketing techniques, but they declined. Instead, the industry sent Gerald Mossinghoff, the president of the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association. Mr."
- Melody Petersen, Our Daily Meds: How the Pharmaceutical Companies Transformed Themselves into Slick Marketing Machines and Hooked the Nation on Prescription Drugs (Get the book.)

"They mainly cared about whether the drug improved control of blood sugar, which Rezulin did, but not to the extent that might warrant a switch. Patients, on the other hand, cared deeply about their daily number of shots, regardless of how well their blood sugar was controlled. "There was a missing discussion — that was the challenge — how to stimulate that discussion between patient and physician," recalls Ehrlich. Only with that discussion would Rezulin sales take off."
- Greg Critser, Generation Rx: How Prescription Drugs are Altering American Lives, Minds, and Bodies (Get the book.)

"As soon as the drug was stopped or its dosage reduced, the compulsive gambling stopped. The addictive nature of dopamine seems to require glutamate, a dietary amino acid that can be neurotoxic in large amounts. In addition, some people inherit genetic variations that may predispose them to addictions. For example, one variation in the gene that programs a cellular dopamine receptor (which the neurotransmitter attaches to on brain cells) is associated with an especially strong addiction to nicotine and more difficulty breaking a tobacco habit."
- Jack Challem, The Food-Mood Solution: All-Natural Ways to Banish Anxiety, Depression, Anger, Stress, Overeating, and Alcohol and drug Problems--and Feel Good Again (Get the book.)

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