As I write to you now, I'm sitting in a radiologist's
office waiting to be called in for an ultrasound and an x-
No problems--just routine tests. One of the pleasures of
being in my 40's and having a family history of colon and
As I sit here, I'm watching the people around me. One of
the assistants at the desk looks about 50 and has to be a
good 50 pounds overweight. She's answering the phone and
signing people in between bites of her donut and sips of
There's a guy who looks like he has arthritis or some
joint problem because he can barely walk and grimaces with
every step. He's drinking a Pepsi--and it's 8:00 in the
morning! It's making me nauseous just to look at it.
Another office assistant, who appears to be about 25, is a
good 30 pounds overweight. She's munching on what looks
like an Egg McMuffin and drinking orange juice.
OK--they just called my name. Gotta go for a little while.
...OK, I'm back.
The first x-ray technician that took care of me is my age
(she told me) and looks to be about 40 pounds too heavy.
As she was going over my chart she said, "You're not on any
medications? At 45? Really?"
"Hmmm. That's unusual."
Sadly, she's right.
As I sat in a private waiting area between my two tests, I
thumbed through a magazine and saw 36 pages with ads for
drugs, and the magazine was only 88 pages long! And
another 12 pages were ads for other big pharma products
like glucose test strips and Depends. The only thing I saw
that didn't seem drug-related was a picture of Martha
Another technician came to get me for my second test. She
looked to be about 40 and was easily carrying an extra 25
or so. She had trouble walking too.
Now my tests are done and I'm waiting for the results.
A guy on the other side of the room has to go 350 lbs. or
better. They just called him in for his GI series...and I
can only imagine what they'll find, but they'll need to
find his stomach first.
OK--I just found out my tests are clear and I'm good to go.
I told you this story today because this 90-minute
experience of being in a doctor's office was a hit-me-in-
the-face, crystal clear picture of today's average person,
their horrible eating habits, lack of physical activity and
our society's ever-growing dependence on drugs to solve all
problems instead of practicing prevention and eating right.
- Every single person I saw in that office was overweight.
Every one. I was the only person even remotely close to a
normal body weight.
- All of the food and drinks I saw people take in were
extremely acid-producing and terribly combined.
- The pain that each person was suffering was obvious--the
(many) extra pounds, the trouble walking. All the results
of eating too much, eating the wrong foods, bad food
combinations and lots of acid in the body.
And this was in a doctor's office, where they're supposed
to know something about health!
The things I saw today are all also very preventable.
I stood out as the only slim one on no medications with
clear test results for a good reason...
What I eat.
And if I can do it, so can you.
You just have to be willing to stop the "magic pill"
mentality and start treating your body the way it's
supposed to be treated.
When you feed the body the right foods (like I teach in
Great Taste No Pain - http://greattastenopain.com ) the
body responds with a grateful, "Yes!"
Excess weight goes away easily. Your pH becomes more
alkaline and you're less of a breeding ground for diseases
like arthritis, osteoporosis and cancer.
All of your body's systems work better. You're probably
going to be able to reduce or totally eliminate many or all
of the medications you currently take.
You'll sleep a lot better and have more energy during your
And you'll be adding precious years onto your life.
Isn't it worth it?
Come join the tens of thousands around the world who've
already made the choice. Don't make doctors and big pharma
any richer. Feel great every single day.
Take care of your body and it will take care of you.
I am 72 yrs old, and have not felt well for months, being
unaware that I have diverticulosis.
About 1 month ago, I had an acute attack of
diverticulitis. My doctor gave me antibiotics and told me
to eat mashed
potatoes, pudding, and rice.
After about 2 weeks, I felt in a further weakened state,
with continued nausea, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. I
lost weight, and felt very fatigued.
In desperation, I found your website, and am so grateful.
I ate only your carrot and cilantro soup for 4 days, and
felt better every day.
Yesterday, I started on your program.
Today, my pain is about 80% gone. I went for a long walk,
and worked in my garden. I have always been in good
health, and do not take prescription medication, but I
really thought my good life was about over with.