Monday, January 8, 2018

Dr. Jennifer Daniels, M.D. – Simple Cures Abound - 2017.10.24

Dr. Daniels is a former medical doctor who had her medical license suspended due to not prescribing enough drugs and truly healing her patients. Dr.Daniels is widely considered one of the foremost Alternative Healing Physicians alive today. She graduated from Harvard University with Honors receiving a BA degree. Her education continued at the University of Pennsylvania where she received her Medical Degree (MD) and also attended Wharton where she received her MBA in Health Care Administration. She practiced medicine for 10 years as a Board Certified Family Practice Physician where she saw first hand the power of Natural Methods. She has been coaching clients to successfully heal naturally since 1985. She is the author of the award winning book, Do You Have the Guts to Be Beautiful?

-Deficiencies incurred with a vegan diet.  Dr. Daniels experienced failing health after being a vegan for 25 years.  B vitamins – best sourced from liver .  B vitamins are intrinsically animal sourced.  Cholesterol – body can only make 75% of what it needs.  Animal products are only external source of cholesterol.  Cortisol, sex hormones – all need to start with cholesterol.  If cholesterol is below 170, body will start deteriorating.

Dr. Daniels will be back at the end of January.

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Erik Paul said...

I can't decide if she's legit or a dangerous quack. That caller who mentioned a $5,000 charge and her response got my attention.

zapoper said...

I don't even know what the money he talked about was for. He did sound stoned or something. I'll have to listen to it again.

feelstupidyet said...

She is a quack and a product of affirmative action/quotas. Plenty of people are eating a Vegan diet properly and are healthy. It doesn't take 25 years to get a nutritional deficiency. It is actually an amino acid found in meat that is causing artery and heart disease. Look it up. Research has come out on this in the last couple years.

Erik Paul said...

Yeah, I didn't think of the afimative action angle, that explains a lot. There have been a number of horror stories associated with those "doctors". Of course I'm no fan of conventional allopathic medicine by any stretch and there are numerous horror stories everywhere there.