Ten Things Missing from Health Care Reform Debate
Dec 01, 2009 11:32PM
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Adams cites these top 10 reforms missing from President Obama’s health care plan:
*Â Â Â Ending the Food and Drug Administration’s suppression of natural cures and safe, effective nutritional supplements.
*Â Â Â Educating the public about how to prevent disease with nutrition.
*Â Â Â Ending big pharmaceutical corporations’ monopoly on drug prices and patents.
*Â Â Â Restoring the ability of local doctors to practice medicine without being controlled by bureaucrats in Washington.
*Â Â Â Cracking down on ads for junk foods, sodas and pharmaceuticals that convince people to purchase harmful products.
*Â Â Â Banning dangerous chemical ingredients that cause diseases in the first place, such as aspartame, sodium nitrite and monosodium glutamate (MSG).
*Â Â Â Improving school lunches by serving nutrition foods, instead of what’s cheap and convenient.
*Â Â Â Ending bizarre food subsidies on crops like corn, which make high-fructose corn syrup the cheapest sweetener for manufacturers to use.
*Â Â Â Affirming health freedom for parents who wish to opt out of the current system of forced vaccinations and gunpoint-enforced chemotherapy.
*Â Â Â Requiring honest food labeling that clearly identifies foods that are irradiated and genetically modified organisms (GMOs).