You won’t yet find it reported on television news channels, but studies confirming the safety and effectiveness of natural preventive health approaches are being published every week. While the mainstream media mostly still prefers to concentrate on pro-pharma propaganda and scare stories about the supposed dangers of vitamins, awareness of nutritional and Cellular Medicine is now global and growing. Illustrating this, studies show that dietary supplements are being used by up to 69 percent of the population in the United States; over 54 percent of elderly women and almost 34 percent of elderly men in Germany; more than 71 percent of pregnant women in Saudi Arabia; and 43 percent of young people in Malaysia. Similar usage patterns can be found in many other countries across the world. Based on the sheer volume of published research that exists, we have reached the point where healthcare reform – inspired by Dr. Rath’s scientific discoveries and studies conducted at the Dr. Rath Research Institute – is becoming unstoppable.
Adding further support to the ‘micronutrient synergy’ principle introduced by scientists at the Dr. Rath Research Institute, a review recently published in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association found that vitamin D can’t be metabolized without sufficient levels of magnesium and that patients with optimum magnesium levels require less vitamin D supplementation to achieve sufficient vitamin D levels. Perhaps most impressively of all, and as we reported a couple of weeks ago, an approach using a synergistic combination of vitamin C, vitamin B1, and the hormone hydrocortisone is showing truly remarkable results in the treatment of life-threatening sepsis and septic shock.
And if that isn’t enough to convince you that change is coming, consider the fact that the British Medical Journal (BMJ) recently announced it will launch a new nutrition journal in July 2018. While our Foundation has been highly critical of the BMJ’s inaccurate and defamatory reporting in the past, we congratulate it on finally showing signs of recognizing the importance of the proposals made by Dr. Rath in an open letter to its editor, Fiona Godlee, in January 2007.
Towards our goal of a preventive system of healthcare based on nutritional and Cellular Medicine approaches, it is clearly now no longer a matter of whether the necessary changes will come, but when. Quite simply, whether you are a politician, a doctor, a scientist, a medical student, a patient, young or old, how soon healthcare reform happens is now in the hands of us all.