Vernon Coleman: ‘The Biggest and Most Powerful Lie Doctors Tell’

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6 Responses to “Vernon Coleman: ‘The Biggest and Most Powerful Lie Doctors Tell’”

  1. ian says:

    Brilliant that Vernon points this out in a very easily understood way. I’ll pass it on, thanks D’.

  2. Belyi says:

    There were powerful natural antibiotics such as colloidal silver. It is still used in hospitals to sterilize delicate pieces of equipment.

    It has been found to be almost the only antibiotic which successfully fights MRSA and, as more people catch on, the price rises.

  3. Gordon says:

    It wasn’t too long ago I was talking to my local plumber about life expectancy and pointed out that we had plumbers to be more thankful for our longevity than big pharma which like to take all the credit.

    One only needs to visit the old graveyards in any city to become aware of the infant mortality of bygone years due squalid living conditions and poor sanitation.

    The slum clearances of the nineteenth century and the introduction of the Town and Country Planning Act 1947 brought about the building of affordable council housing which improved hygiene and living conditions. Further improvements to housing came by way of the introduction of the Tolerable Standard which was added to the act and ensured all housing had to meet the minimum standard. Today this standard is constantly being reviewed.

    I do agree what Vernon has to say in the article with exception of “Better Food.” Todays food is mostly void of any real nutritional value to the body and much of it is down right bad for you. Take for example vegetable oil to name just one.

    https://brandnewtube.com/watch/the-truth-about-the-toxicity-of-vegetable-oil_S7MYpPREgTYA2dM.html

  4. danceaway says:

    Have you noticed that the council houses of the 50’s and 60’s and even 70’s are far larger with much larger gardens than the modern houses built in recent years?

    Yes, Dr Mercola has written about the dangers of vegetable oils. Not sure if we posted it here?

    • Gordon says:

      Regarding the first part of your question, yes, I have noticed and concluded the reason for the larger gardens was to encourage growing your own fruit and vegetables and the smaller rooms in todays houses is to save on energy.

      Call me cynical or what but I also believe town councillors throughout the periods you have stated started buying up near derelict properties at rock bottom prices to renovate with 75% council grants and later sell on at massive profit. Today grants are no longer available so their next scam is to have shares in the companies that produce all the millions of waste bins.

      Regarding your question on vegetable oils see the following:
      https://tapnewswire.com/?s=vegetable+oil

      Seems that Tapestry and I like to talk about food.

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