The fact that we are overfed yet undernourished, that our mind creates our health for good or ill and that these revelations, which confirm traditional wisdom, are lost on the medical establishment of today, confirm that we need a completely new approach and system for healthcare.
A brief history of health
At the turn of the 19th century here in the West, food was scarce and life expectancy was around 45 years. As the decades passed and food, and in particular protein became more readily available and life expectancy steadily rose during the first half of the 20th century.
During WWII food was rationed yet records show that people were fitter, slimmer and healthier during this period. After WWII the NHS was founded to ensure that people did not have to suffer financially if they became ill and the vision was that preventative medicine which included nutritional supplementation, would create a healthier population and reduce the need for medical care.
Over the next few decades, mechanised farming was introduced, fertilisers and pesticides were more heavily used and the resultant increase in food production spurred the food processing industry so that by the 1980s we could eat what we wanted when we wanted it such that over consumption followed and today 70% of adults in the UK are now overweight or obese.
The pharmaceutical industry also expanded during this time along with the expectation that a “magic bullet” would be found for all our ills.
The industry expanded on this premise until the 90s when drug pipelines suddenly emptied and the industry became desperate for new sources of revenue. That new source is vaccines.
The once ethical (?) pharmaceutical industry transformed into one that places profits above all else and with few other tools at their disposal, doctors are the foot soldiers of an industry that now medicates and injects us at their behest!
Simply Vital was founded by Janice Wilson whose training in Pharmacy and Medicine was followed by a successful career in pharmaceutical research and development. Realising that profits rather than people’s wellbeing was the driving force of the industry and increasingly frustrated with the conventional medical model which focuses on the suppression of symptoms rather than finding the true cause of disease, she decided to pursue the natural healing modalities that had spurred her interest in medicine since childhood, and Simply Vital was born.
When Janice decided to start her own venture she revisited the world of naturopathy, a subject she had first discovered as a teenager. She researched how naturopathic doctors in the past healed their patients with clean air, clean water and nutritious food and explored how the development and nurturing of the nervous system profoundly affects our health later on in life.
Mostly dismissed by the medical establishment are our thoughts and feelings which together form our attitude or our approach to life.
This is odd since the research shows the dramatic effect these have on health outcomes:
However, in the light of recent events (2020 onwards) and the push for the 4th industrial revolution, which states that by 2030, you will own nothing but be happy, and that this revolution will not change the world as much as it will change YOU, this is no longer so surprising.
We are now in the midst of a battle between good and evil. Man has taken technological progress too far and they are using it to frighten, medicate and ultimately control us for their own gains.
They are trying to squash the very thing that makes us human: our spirit. They will NOT succeed!
Please join us as we help create a new paradigm for health.
Some famous quotes:
“Doctors pour drugs of which they know little, to try and cure diseases, of which they know less, into people, of whom they know NOTHING.”
“Let thy food be thy medicine, and thy medicine be thy food.”
“The cure of the part should not be attempted without treatment of the whole. No attempt should be made to cure the body without the soul. Let no one persuade you to cure the head until he has first given you his soul to be cured, for this is the great error of our day, that physicians first separate the soul from the body.”
It’s time to remember our humanity.