Survival Enterprises is a different kind
of company. We really care about our customers, and we feel
responsible for helping you to get the best "bang for your
buck". If we don't feel that our products would best serve
you, then we'll refer you somewhere else. Call us. You'll see.
I've spent over 30 years researching
the "wheres and whyfores" of the human body.
I have seen more needless suffering
then one can imagine. I have seen doctors play God with their
patients lives, and willingly use the suffering and fear of their
patients to get rich.
I have seen the American Medical
Association, the Federal Drug Administration, the Federal Trade
Commission, the American Psychiatric Association, and all those
associated with these organizations, claim that certain cures,
treatments and remedies are "illegal", "bad for
you", a "sham", a "con game" etc.
While at the same time I saw
these treatments CURE PEOPLE!
Anyone who thinks that the man
who drives a $100,000 car, lives in a $1,000,000 house, makes
over $1,000,000 a year, and calls himself a "doctor"
would willingly cure you and stop his income is naive beyond belief.
The (so-called) "medical
community" is an oddity of nature, and the biggest scam to
ever be forced upon the public.
What sort of person would promote
drugs and surgery as the "universal cure for all things",
KNOWING that they are guilty of lying and allowing pain and suffering
to go on and on and on?
Every year the AMA (American
Medical Association) and the APA (American Psychiatric Association)
"create" new (so called) diseases so the government,
and insurance companies, will subsidize their drug research, promotion
and distribution of deadly drugs to society. A society which thinks
that drugs MUST be good, otherwise our government would never
allow them into our children's hands, right?
These organizations which control,
not only what you think, but what you can "legally"
use for your problems are evil. Pure self-serving evil.
Then, on the other hand, are
the people out there who have some kind of problem, disease or
physical complaint, who want a "one shot cure"!
You've got this problem, have
had it for years, and you want it cured overnight??
Life takes effort. You didn't
get sick overnight, and there ain't no such thing as an instant
The controlling belief here at
Survival Enterprises is that one must be healthy enough that one
doesn't NEED to get sick. Preventive maintenance, as it were.
You take care of yourself before
you get sick, so you don't get sick!
Example: Women KNOW that 75%
of them don't take enough calcium/magnesium. So why is that important?
Woman lose blood each month, which wipes out their calcium levels.
The human body CANNOT make it's own calcium, so we MUST get it
from either food (and it just isn't in the foods most of us eat
anymore) or a nutritional supplement.
This lack of calcium WILL (notice
how I didn't say "'might"") cause the following
conditions (depending on the degree of calcium loss):
PMS (this includes mood swings,
intestinal and general body cramps and weakness)
I could list another twenty or
thirty ailments that the lack of calcium DOES cause. And that's
only in women! There's a whole different list for men and children!
Doctors tell women to take calcium
supplements. I've seen doctors prescribe everything from TUMS
(can you believe that??) to daily injections of God-knows-what,
to Flintstones Vitamins, and NONE of it works. But that is what
they want; just more reasons to pump you full of costly drugs
and more expensive surgery.
While Survival Enterprises sells
(for only $15) a calcium/magnesium supplement that DOES stop pain,
stops the ravages of osteoporosis and has put thousands of people
BACK in control of their lives.
You KNOW that the medical community
can cure very little. Their job is to prolong your suffering as
long as they can, for only ONE reason:
A few years ago my wife had a
gallbladder (gall stones) attack. She was literally in screaming
pain. At the hospital, the doctor, in a nonchalant manner, told
us that, of course, "her gallbladder must be removed. It's
standard procedure in cases like this."
"Surgery didn't give me
this problem, so how else can we handle it without surgery?"
"No other way we know of."
Lucky for us an old nurse came
to my wife and told us to get a book - "Prescription For
Nutritional Healing". We did. And, within two days, her pain
was gone and, within a week, her gallbladder was CURED!
What magic did we find in the
book, that the medical community had no knowledge of?
A mixture of olive oil and lemon
Our total cost to CURE my wife's
gallstones and stop her intense pain was UNDER $30, and that even
included the cost of the book!
The cost of the operation the
doctor said was "standard procedure in cases like this"?
The point is this - take charge
of yourself. Stay healthy. Be willing to try things, and DON'T
just take the word of a late night infomercial, a flyer in the
mail or the guy next door who just got caught-up in the latest
pyramid scheme selling liquid health slime for a MLM..
Get educated on your body and
the things that can help you stay healthy. READ!! There's all
kind of knowledge on the internet, you just have to spend some
time looking it up.
I know it's hard sorting out
all the hype, multilevel marketing and crap for sale on the internet,
but you can and, with a little perseverance, do it. I know you've
been lied to, and have probably been used as a guinea pig by the
medical community, but the truth is out there. And this is the
only body you have. Take care of it, and it'll last longer.
And for God's (and your) sake,
NEVER believe a doctor when he says "you'll just have to
learn to live with it!"
There IS help available. Survival
Enterprises is here to help.
Kurt Wilson CEO
statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.
This product is not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat
The above is a Government ORDERED statement.
It is NOT based in either reality or sanity.
Just like our Government.
a landmark decision on Friday, Jan. 15, 1999, the US Court of
Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled that
the health claim rules imposed by the FDA unconstitutional
and in violation of the Administrative Procedure Act.
The court instructed the FDA to allow the use of disclaimers on
labels rather than to suppress these claims outright.
The court further held prohibiting nutrient disease relationship
claims invalid under the first Amendment to the Constitution.