Science is a collective and cumulative process of assessing evidence that leads to increasingly accurate and trustworthy information.

We value science as a society because through the application of scientific knowledge, we help satisfy many basic human needs and improve living standards.

However, when it comes to the science of health, it seems that the only real science, according to our ruling class, is medicine.

I wonder why Natural Hygiene or Neuropathy is not considered a science. Isn’t biology a science? Well, it seems that when it comes to health matters, these are not “real” sciences.

It turns out that Medicine has a monopoly on health; which started in the early 20th century, imposed mainly by a very powerful family in order to control the drug market.

This explains why it is *illegal* to treat cancer with diet in many countries and why – among other inexplicable facts – doctors do not study nutrition.

You’re probably thinking I’m joking, right? No, this isn’t a joke. It’s the sad reality of the world we live in. I wish it were different, because my father would still be alive; if he had been told that his type 2 diabetes was easily healed by changing his diet instead of taking medication; but that’s not what medicine is for.

The pharmaceutical business does not create cures, it creates “customers”!

When the medical establishment and the ruling classes talk about “science” they mean the science they sponsor. In other words, “trusting the science” is a euphemism for trusting the system.

“We should trust the real science,” I heard a doctor say on TV. Do you know what they mean by real science? Eating junk food, getting cancer, and undergoing chemotherapy. That’s what they call “real” science, so they can make a profit.

A science based on “natural laws” like Natural Hygiene that teaches you to eat a healthy plant-based diet to prevent and even cure disease is branded as pseudoscience in the eyes of medicine.

In the words of Dr Herbert Shelton: Natural Hygiene is the scientific application of the principles of nature in the preservation and restoration of health.” “Hygienic means health preserving. Practically, it implies the observance of the laws of life.”

Natural Hygiene is not perfect, no science is, but to refer to Natural Hygiene as pseudoscience is as laughable as blaming Mother Nature herself for spreading fake news.

The sad reality is that most of the population is unaware of the differences because we have never been taught health in schools, which means that people die without knowing where their liver is; or what the heart actually does. It’s shocking when you think about it, but that’s the society we live in.

Medicine not only has a monopoly on health treatments, but also on education; which means keeping people ignorant is good for business. Ignorant people can only shut up and follow orders if they know nothing.

All mainstream nutrition courses, i.e. where your local dietitian and nutritionist get their diploma; they are also designed by the big medical and industrial powers of the world, so don’t expect these “professionals” to support a raw food diet approach, as they don’t study, nor understand natural health – no idea, zero, nada!

In the words of professor Noam Chomsky: “The whole educational and professional training system is a very elaborate filter, which just weeds out people who are too independent, and who think for themselves, and who don’t know how to be submissive, and so on — because they’re dysfunctional to the institutions.”

Need I say more?

Despite all the “advantages” of medicine, we still need lockdowns 100 years after the last great Spanish flu pandemic of 1918, which makes one wonder: has medicine actually made significant progress in the last 100 years to improve the collective health of the population, given the trillions of dollars spent every year on developing new drugs and other medical “research”?

Aldous Huxley once wrote: “Medical science is making such remarkable progress that soon none of us will be well” and I couldn’t agree more.

I am not bashing the science of medicine or the doctors themselves. Medicine is useful if you break a leg and for surgeries, but when it comes to treating disease it has failed us miserably, by their own admission.

Worse still is to think of the billions of dollars wasted on drug research that could have instead been invested in prevention and education. Can you imagine the healthy and beautiful society we could have instead?

Obviously, investing in prevention and the healing of diseases by natural means is a no no; since they can’t sell drugs and make a profit.

When it comes to important health issues, eliminating the cause of the disease should always be more important than treating the symptoms, right? This is common sense to you and me, and pretty much to everyone else, but not to our ruling class, it seems.

Always remember this: Big Pharma and the medical industrial complex profit while you are sick; when you are healthy, YOU PROFIT!

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Ariel Belloso

Ariel Belloso is a writer who transformed his health through the power of raw food. The former DJ and music producer's life changed forever in 2001, when his mother was diagnosed with leukaemia. Already a keen nutrition researcher, Ariel calculated that eating a raw, plant based diet could help his mother overcome her cancer. This became his motivation to learn more about natural health and the raw food lifestyle. Following her son's advice, not only did Ariel’s mother beat her cancer, she recently celebrated her 85th birthday! Using the knowledge gained from his years of ongoing study into natural health, Ariel has also managed to overcome several serious health issues himself, as well as helping many others regain their health and improve their quality of life. Ariel has written 5 books on the subject of natural health, nutrition, and fitness.

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