What is more important, proper health or an ineffective health care system?

According to Natural News, even if the Healthcare.gov website starts working from November 30th, the fact remains that the entire concept of Obamacare is based on nothing more than cost shifting the burden of paying for disease management.
Obamacare is modeled on the idea that a sufficient number of young, healthy people who aren’t yet sick will sign up and pay increased rates in order to subsidize the sicker people.
For every cancer patient that the government spends $500,000 on “disease management” interventions such as chemotherapy, there’s a bona fide cure to be had for less than $5,000 worth of nutrients and botanicals. That’s a 100-to-1 savings, and it has a far better outcome, too, since chemotherapy actually causes repeat cancer as well as permanent damage to the kidneys, brain and heart.
But treating patients affordably is not a profitable business model for the so-called “sick-care industry.” There’s money to be made from sickness and disease, after all, and there’s even more money to be made in keeping people sick for a lifetime. The sicker they get, the more drugs they need, and drug companies have already proven over and over again that they’re willing to bribe doctors and commit felony crimes in order to push their often-deadly drugs onto the market.
As long as the health care industry is based on profit, it will never produce healthy outcomes for patients.
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What one really needs if you want a sustainable health care system is something like the following:
• Outlawing all drug advertisements that target the general public. Drug ads do nothing but convince people they need more drugs even when they don’t. (All such drug ads were illegal before 1997.)
• Ending the FDA’s censorship of truthful health claims on nutritional supplements, thereby allowing sellers of herbs, superfoods and dietary supplements to make truthful, qualified, scientifically validated claims about the ability of dietary products to treat, prevent and cure disease. Vitamin C, for example, cures scurvy. But the FDA does not allow this claim on a bottle of vitamin C.
• Breaking the state medical monopolies that marginalize chiropractic, Chinese medicine, herbal practices and other holistic healing arts. State medical boards needs to be reined in with a national “Medical Bill of Rights” that guarantees freedom to practice the healing arts without oppressive interference from state medical boards (which are almost always run by conventional medical monopolists who have financial ties to Big Pharma).
• Ending all drug patents and shifting R&D to publicly funded universities. This would immediately take the profit out of junk science drug promotions and sharply reduce the cost of drugs to the public.
• The outlawing of all toxic, disease-promoting ingredients in the food supply (HFCS, aspartame, sodium nitrite, etc.)
• The breaking apart of the FDA into separate “Food” and “Drug” regulators.
• Reforming the mission statement of the NIH to study causes of health rather than causes of disease.
• The outlawing of FDA, CDC, USDA and FTC employees from accepting jobs inside the very industries they regulate. (Stop the “revolving door” of regulators taking jobs with Big Pharma.)
• The outlawing of drug company bribery of doctors, financial influence of medical schools and commercial funding of science journals.

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