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A baby is born with a hole in its heart, a common birth problem. In the past, those babies died. Now they undergo surgery, with many drugs used, to repair the hole in the heart. The babies then go on to live full lives. Diet cannot repair the hole in the heart or get a child through surgery alone.

Should that baby not have surgery and the medicines given after it?

A child develops a bad heart as a result of strep throat which goes untreated by antibiotics (again medicine), which was a common problem before antibiotics were developed. The approach at this point is other medicine to help the heart (digoxin and furosemide). Diet cannot fix this.

Should children now who get strep throat take antibiotics and live or give up medicine and likely die or be an invalid for life?

A child is born with type 1 diabetes. The only cure for this is to inject insulin. Insulin is a recombinant dna insulin made from human insulin and escheria coli. If the child does not inject insulin, the child will die. This is not the form of diabetes that can be fixed with diet. Untreated diabetes leads to death.

Should the child take medicine or die?

An adult loses thyroid function. A common occurance with age. Untreated, it leads to serious health problems and death. The only thing a person can do is take thyroid replacement medicine. Diet cannot fix this.

Should an adult refuse to take the medicine and face a painful lingering death or take the medicine and live?

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An adult loses thyroid function. A common occurance with age. Untreated, it leads to serious health problems and death. The only thing a person can do is take thyroid replacement medicine. Diet cannot fix this.

Should an adult refuse to take the medicine and face a painful lingering death or take the medicine and live?


My mother had this problem at an early age and had she not taken the replacement I would not be here..... I'd have never been born. Since I'm sort of prejudice about that I'll leave it up to you all to decide whether or not that was a good thing. LoL.

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A baby is born with a hole in its heart, a common birth problem. In the past, those babies died. Now they undergo surgery, with many drugs used, to repair the hole in the heart. The babies then go on to live full lives. Diet cannot repair the hole in the heart or get a child through surgery alone.

Should that baby not have surgery and the medicines given after it?

A child develops a bad heart as a result of strep throat which goes untreated by antibiotics (again medicine), which was a common problem before antibiotics were developed. The approach at this point is other medicine to help the heart (digoxin and furosemide). Diet cannot fix this.

Should children now who get strep throat take antibiotics and live or give up medicine and likely die or be an invalid for life?

A child is born with type 1 diabetes. The only cure for this is to inject insulin. Insulin is a recombinant dna insulin made from human insulin and escheria coli. If the child does not inject insulin, the child will die. This is not the form of diabetes that can be fixed with diet. Untreated diabetes leads to death.

Should the child take medicine or die?

An adult loses thyroid function. A common occurance with age. Untreated, it leads to serious health problems and death. The only thing a person can do is take thyroid replacement medicine. Diet cannot fix this.

Should an adult refuse to take the medicine and face a painful lingering death or take the medicine and live?


God gave us phyisicans and medications for a reason.Many are a Blessing.Think of all the people who died before we had these medications.




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