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A Major Breakthrough in the Prevention of Diseases



Praestat cautela quam medela

Precaution is better than a cure
(Nice rhyming Latin Proverb)
After years and years of relentless preaching and propaganda the medical profession has finally, with a little help from the pharmaceutical industry, succeeded in getting her message across that precaution or prevention of diseases can not be achieved by:

a nutritious, healthy and balanced diet;
a balanced lifestyle which would include some relaxation to lower stress-levels;
sufficient exercise; and
avoidance of environmental and other toxins.

But that the prevention of diseases and ill-health is only possible through:

+++ regular health checks which would include x-rays and scans;
+++ vaccinations;
+++ daily supplements, in particular the synthetic vitamin and mineral supplements; and
+++ preventative surgery.

The medical world is absolutely delighted with this breakthrough and is now looking ahead at some very prosperous years.


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Brigitte Franssen 2007
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