Mike Adams (The Health Ranger) – What Doctors Don’t Know About Nutrition
I’m so glad that you’re part of this “The Truth
About Cancer” because you just mentioned it — nutrition. Nutrition is so important. That
is something. This is what blows my mind, Mike. You take a typical medical doctor who
goes through a decade of school. How many courses do they typically take in nutrition?
And the answer is at most one. And it’s not really a course, it’s a one-day mini whatever you
would call it, a two-hour sit down. They don’t even really go into nutrition. They go into
the ways that certain vitamins affect your body, your enzymes, but that’s it. That’s it!
One of my good friends is a physician in San Antonio. He said that he went to school for
12 years. Twelve years! He had two literal hours on a Wednesday afternoon for nutrition
and that’s it. So, the reason that your doctor does not tell you about the effects of nutrition
on your health or about the effects of nutrition on cancer is that he or she doesn’t know it. Well, and it’s also a great example of the
astonishing disconnect that exists in the mainstream medical system. They think that
your body is somehow disconnected from what you feed your body. Which is astonishing,
completely irrational, illogical, unscientific, right? So, the good news is that it becomes very
easy to start waking people up and to start educating people about what’s real in terms
of nutrition and health. Because… people can understand this. We live in a materialistic type of society,
so if you start with a material metaphor or with a material explanation, you can make
good progress in this. You can say, well look… What you eat and drink is digested, right?
It becomes your blood composition. Your blood is made of what you eat and drink. People
say “yeah, I get that.” Okay, great! Unless you think your blood is made magically,
which doesn’t happen. So then your blood circulates throughout your body. Your blood
brings the materials that then become your organs, that fuel your brain; your cognitive function
that fuel the function of all of your organs, and that replenish and rebuild all the cells
of your body. As you lose cells, you build new cells. You replace cells. So, clearly
what’s in your blood becomes your physical body, right? They say, “yeah right. I get
that.” So then, you literally are what you eat, physically. It’s an inescapable conclusion.
So, if you’re eating junk, if you’re eating toxins, or if you’re eating heavy metals…
your body, your brain, your organs, your skin, everything that’s in your physical
body becomes junk, becomes toxic, becomes processed; not natural. That idea is not
yet recognized by the entire system of modern medicine with all its claimed advances
and with all of the billions of dollars that have gone into
the cancer-research industry. They still cannot yet grasp a simple concept that a five year
old understands almost automatically. You are what you eat.