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Collapse of Drugs”, due to wellness by David Tippie When you first open a book how fast you get hooked is important and David hooks you from beginning to end. Profound words and not profane words are mind grabbing and make you keep up the pace. You will be enticed to run, lift and examine all in your mind at the speed of light. You will be so uplifted everything will leave you begging for more. Chronological aging is correct; however biological aging is a collection of your mistakes in life. Wouldn’t you want to learn what those are so you could change them? He reminds you that wellness in not an entitlement; it is an event that takes place every day of your life, called lifestyle. The book is going to make heavy lifters out of everyone who reads it, to such an extent that your knowledge will far exceed the status quo in orthodox medicine and, there have been folks who actually fired their doctor when reaching this higher realm of awareness. David Tippie is going to pack your head with something that will make you pay attention right now and that is; cancer is only the symptom and not the disease. The clock is ticking, do you want to learn? Your time for answering that question is running out-- like the sands of an hour glass; oh yes, and your life expectancy--- is that sand. Drugs are the only legal way you can say, treat or cure, naturalist’s get jailed when they tell people they can treat or cure; so you must be the heavy lifter, who takes advice that is not given as a prescription. Listen up; does the medical pharmaceutical sickness industry need sick people to continue to make their huge profits on their drugs or do they need well people? Tune in for more

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