newmser on 3/11/13 wrote:In the meantime, you'd better stop drinking water entirely. What does the good doctor Bergman have to say about this?
newmser on 2/27/13 wrote:I recall that your wrote you believe you can cure cancer with apricots. The FDA hasn't banned those, and you don't need to go to Mexico to get them - but feel free to travel there, get some coffee enemas. And be sure to drink plenty of water.
newmser on 12/29/13 wrote:DrGeoff and JeandeEau:
You both sound like reasonable people, but I have a feeling you're barking up a very wrong tree. From what I've seen on this site, want2bke feels that all disease is due to diet - or vaccines, or dental fillings, or mis-aligned spines, etc. Apparently he or she has never heard of poliomyelitis (caused by a known virus), or metachromatic leukodystrophy, adrenoleukodystrophy, or cystic fibrosis (all terrible genetic diseases).
Oh, and apparently HIV-AIDS shouldn't be treated with anti-retroviral drugs - it should be treated with vitamins and supplements.jimmylegs wrote:newmser, please keep your contributions civil. thank you. please feel free to post conflicting research if you have found studies that demonstrate no influence of nutritional status on resistance to hiv-aids.
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HappyPoet wrote:newmser on 3/11/13 wrote:In the meantime, you'd better stop drinking water entirely. What does the good doctor Bergman have to say about this?
Since we all do know that life will die without water, your not-so-thinly veiled innuendo for him to "stop drinking water entirely" means that you want him to die. Only a very mentally deranged person would wish another person to die because of something said on an Internet forum. You have a lot of dangerous anger, and I hope you seek professional psychiatric help, preferably with a neuropsychiatrist, before you act out your sick thoughts on someone in the real world.
want2bike wrote:You have been listening FDA logic. Since we find toxins in nature wouldn't hurt to dump more in the water. That way their friends in the aluminum industry have a way of disposing of their hazardous waste. If you believe that fluoride is a poison it is best to ingest as little as possible. Best to use a reverse osmosis water filter and get as few toxins in your water as possible. Do you think Hitler was giving fluoride to the Jewish people to make them healthy? FDA logic is stupid logic. Comes from the days when the doctors would give people arsenic and mercury in the proper dosage. They were hoping to kill the disease before they killed the patient. They still follow the same logic today. Give the people toxic drugs and we might kill the disease before we kill the patient. Problem is they are killing a lot of patients. If you follow the advice of the FDA(Fraud and Deception Agency) you will never get better. Dr. Bergman has a better way.
HappyPoet wrote:Harry, I thought about what you said, and I admit that I sometimes have too much of my brother in me--No. 2 at Department of Homeland Security which many members here already know--and let some of that slip into my post to newmser. Thank you for letting me realize I was a bit too harsh with newmser.
HappyPoet wrote:Since we all do know that life will die without water
want2bike wrote:If you are such a healthy person why are you here pushing the use of drugs?
You hear about the old man who smoked cigarettes for 50 years and was still healthy. Guess cigarettes and fluoride are a good thing right?
There is significant epidemiologic evidence that smoking cigarettes increases the risk of lung cancer and coronary artery disease. Not all individuals are affected, and many individuals suffer minimal to no ill effects of smoking cigarettes. Smoking simply statistically increases the likelihood of certain diseases. Do you have any high quality evidence that fluoride in the water is deleterious?Read the back of your toothpaste and see what you are suppose to do if you swallow the paste.
It is known to be safe to swallow roughly the amount used for brushing teeth, and it says this on the package.We should have freedom of choice in our country not the FDA telling us they are the only way.
And you would be wise to answer HONESTLY.
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