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Re: Here come the regulations


A view of Healthcare Reform and the Future Of Health Care
We need to have a system of medicine based on keeping people healthy through education and empowerment. And that means teaching young and old that they can maintain their health and prevent disease through foods, nutrition, and healthy lifestyle choices. To provide the public the incentive to make proper choices it needs, on an individual basis, to see the positive and negative effects of these choices. The technology to provide to each person regardless of their state of wellness a “yardstick” to measure health change between “Time A – (the present) and Time B – (after intervention) that is not related to disease is available NOW.
New analysis methods that measure changes in an individual’s wellness will reduce the number of people developing degenerative conditions and thus effectively reduce the disease burden in our society.
Conventional clinical tests are designed to identify individuals within the population who are already in a diseased state for drug treatment qualification. Clinical tests were not developed nor validated with the goal of helping individuals maintain or retun to wellness.
The restoration of balance is fundamental to all indigenous healing practices. We can use modern Science to supplement our societies lack of healers.
 

 
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