29 min

Is Our Healthcare System Making Us Sick? Commonly Used Drugs That Have Significant Risk. Intellectual Medicine with Dr. Petteruti

    • Medicine

We don't have a healthcare system, we have a sick care intervention system. Pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, and doctors make the bulk of their money when you are sick and they get to intervene. There is very little incentive to put forth research on ways to keep you healthy.

Drugs have become the centerpiece of what we mistakenly call  "healthcare" in our country. Drugs and surgery are dangerous, toxic, and can cause harm. On the other hand there are times where conventional medical intervention can be valuable. In this episode we discussed the split between health maintenance, and our sick care intervention system. We also give listeners specific advice regarding drug classes that are commonly utilized but have significant risk.

Living the 120 year lifespan is helped by avoiding encounters with the "sick care" intervention system that presently exists. Intellectual Medicine, and its brainchild "DRIPBaR" are helping to lead the charge toward a new approach to healthcare maintenance.

We don't have a healthcare system, we have a sick care intervention system. Pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, and doctors make the bulk of their money when you are sick and they get to intervene. There is very little incentive to put forth research on ways to keep you healthy.

Drugs have become the centerpiece of what we mistakenly call  "healthcare" in our country. Drugs and surgery are dangerous, toxic, and can cause harm. On the other hand there are times where conventional medical intervention can be valuable. In this episode we discussed the split between health maintenance, and our sick care intervention system. We also give listeners specific advice regarding drug classes that are commonly utilized but have significant risk.

Living the 120 year lifespan is helped by avoiding encounters with the "sick care" intervention system that presently exists. Intellectual Medicine, and its brainchild "DRIPBaR" are helping to lead the charge toward a new approach to healthcare maintenance.

29 min

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