According to Natural News, a new article published in the American Journal of Public Health reveals that U.S. and Canadian health insurance giants own nearly $2 billion worth of stock in fast food giants like McDonald’s, Burger King, KFC, Taco Bell and others.
So profits made by health insurance companies are reinvested in industries that make people sick and diseased, bringing them back to buy more health insurance down the road. It’s a pretty clever business model for an industry that seems focused on the almighty dollar and obviously has no concern whatsoever for the actual health status of its customers. If anything, these health insurance companies hope that you get sicker!
Investors in the mainstream media are some of the same companies that own medical imaging equipment manufactures that produce mammography machines and CT scans, too. And did you know that the American Dental Association owns patents on materials used in mercury fillings, which is one of the reasons why the ADA continues to push for installing toxic mercury into the mouths of children?
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A new survey from Bankrate.com shows that a majority of Americans are more worried than ever about their healthcare and finances. The poll of 1,006 participants revealed a shocking trend of ballooning medical debts and dwindling personal savings. What’s shocking is that most of this problem is caused by health insurance.
In a way, this survey exposes health insurance plans for what they truly are — medical system insurance. These monthly payment plans empower the medical system, not the individual and their health. Even after the Affordable Care Act was implemented, the trajectory of increasing medical debt hasn’t improved. If anything, the law has made the health insurance racket even more burdensome, mandating an overpriced product on practically all Americans — a product that only insures the medical system.
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