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+Mark Hyman, M.D. you get it among so few. We are a system of systems as humans I am impressed with your conclusions and wanted to balance my previous rantings on degenerative conditions with kudos where they are due.

One of my favorite quotes from your article "Most don’t realize that after gastric bypass diabetes can disappear within a week or two while people are still morbidly obese. How does that happen? It is because food is the most powerful drug on the planet and real whole fresh food and can turn on thousands of healing genes and hundreds of healing hormones and molecules that create health within days or weeks. In fact, what you put on your fork is more powerful than anything you can find in a prescription bottle."

"FOOD IS THE MOST POWERFUL DRUG ON THE PLANET!" Dr. Mark Hyman, M.D.

+Whole Foods Market +Diabetes Research Institute +Diabetes Action Lab Educational Initiative
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I think it's a lovely example of how a turbulent eddy in the healthcare delivery system can be created as a self-serving device. This is also an example of how a universal healthcare system could prove itself. Not by rejecting a treatment out of hand, but by demanding reliability in a fashion similar to the NSF system.

I don't think that "fresh whole food" turns on "healing" though. I hope I didn't understand him correctly.
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