Is Suzanne Somers a doctor? No, she’s not. She’s an actress, an entertainer, an entrepreneur and an author. All you need to do is pick up a newspaper, watch a television show, or visit a website to see her being criticized for her books. After all, they say, “She’s not a doctor!”
What these bozos are leaving out however, is the simple fact that Suzanne is not making any medical claims. What she is doing, thankfully, is interviewing some of the top medical professionals in the world as well as sharing information she’s gleamed from the forefront of longevity and complementary medicine.
When she interviews someone like Dr. Russell Blaylock, a leading neurosurgeon with more than thirty years of experience and he is talking about the dangers of food additives, especially excitotoxins like MSG in soft drinks that we’re giving children, it is a medical doctor delivering the message.
When she talks with someone like Eric Braverman, another world-class doctor, it is he, not Suzanne, who is the source of the information.
Throughout her books, particularly “Breakthrough” my personal favorite, Ms. Somers delivers life saving ideas and preventative health information from the top independent medical experts of our time.
The one and only reason that she is attacked is because this information in the hands of masses, will greatly improve the health or our rapidly deteriorating population.
While this seems to you and me to be a good thing, it’s a huge threat to a pharmaceutical industry whose business model is to keep as many people as possible, taking as many drugs as possible. No, Suzanne Somers is not a doctor, but thankfully she’s a writer and she’s not afraid to step out and take the heat to ensure people hear the truth about maintaining their health and not succumbing debilitating disease.
However, don’t take Suzanne’s word for it, nor mine for that matter, find out for yourself. If you want to know more about ways to remain healthy, take responsibility for the state of your health and learn what you need to know to stay as healthy and vibrant as you possibly can. In my book, Don’t Let an Old Person Move Into Your Body, I devoted an entire chapter to this subject and in the back of the book as well as here on my Web site, I list contact information for some of the leading independent sources of health information.
By taking responsibility you’re putting your health back in your own hands where it belongs. By all means visit your doctor regularly, however expecting she or he to “fix” your problems without assistance from you is simply ludicrous.