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Don't Get Health Insurance! -Roger Mason

People all over the world are desperate for health insurance. The vast majority of them cannot afford this, and look to the government for nationalized health care. Something for nothing, in order words. Get someone else to pay your medical bills. In 2014 Saviour Obama will further bankrupt this country with universal health care. Marx is laughing in his grave. Nothing fails like government programs. You get 10 cents back for every dollar you pay in taxes. Government health care has been a total, complete, absolute failure in every country is has ever been tried. Even private health insurance is a complete waste of money. Yes, auto insurance and home insurance make sense. Health insurance is just  plain stupid. Have you ever met one single person who was happy with their health insurance plan? Of course not. Even welfare recipients, who are getting “free” (at our expense) health care, hate their plans.

An ounce of prevention is worth ten pounds of cure. All health plans are after-the-fact allopathic care. After-the-fact. This is completely 180 degrees backwards. People are so insecure, they feel they must be “safe” and “protected” by an expensive health plan.  These plans get more and more expensive every year, while delivering less and less.

Insure your own health with diet and lifestyle! That’s real health insurance. Go print out the article Seven Steps to Natural Health, and tape it to your refrigerator. Diet is ev-erything. Eat whole natural foods. Eat two meals a day. Eat out as little as possible. Don’t eat junk or snack foods. Take your lunch to work. This will cost you less than the typical deadly American diet. Spend $100 a month on proven supplements and hormones. You can take all the scientifically validated supplements, and balance all your basic hormones (except for GH) for about $100 a month if you are over 40. People under 40 especially do not need health insurance. Health insurance is just a money making scam.

Exercise every day. Join a gym, walk, play tennis, whatever you like to do. Do not take prescription drugs, except temporarily in an emergency (natural hormones like testoster-one and thyroid do not count here). Fast every week for 24 hours on water. Join the monthly two day Young Again International Fast. Limit or end any bad habits. You don’t have to be a saint, but you can give up smoking, coffee, alcohol, and desserts.

Follow these seven steps, and you won’t need any health insurance.Your diet and life- style will be your insurance. Health is real wealth, and costs very little financially. You can actually save money, since the average American over sixty is on at least four differ-ent expensive, toxic prescription drugs.

A local acupuncturist was really amazing and most effective. She paid $12,000 a year for a very expensive health plan, and constantly complained about it. Twelve grand and she wasn’t happy at all. She ate what she wanted. She was clueless about supplements and hormone balance. She did not exercise. She indulged in what she wanted to, such as des-serts. She just died of cancer in her fifties. Of course she ran to a cancer center and spent tens of thousands of dollars to be butchered, irradiated and poisoned. That’s how much good her $12,000 health insurance policy did for her.

Americans eat twice the calories they need, hog down 42%  saturated fats, swill 160 pounds of various sugars each year, and eat twice the protein they need. They eat only 1% whole grains. They don’t exercise. One third are outright obese. They are overfed and undernourished, yet they clamor for health insurance plans. Now they want the government to insure their health with your money. This whole country is nuts folks.

Make diet and lifestyle your health insurance plan. An ounce of prevention is worth ten pounds of cure. What you eat and how you live is the best way to insure your health.

(Right, your poor old author has never had some cockamamie health insurance plan.)

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