Re: Excessive mucous in body-how to get rid of it?
Rich Shewmaker, for some reason, does not want our friends who have an excess mucous problem to be
aware of the fact that a simple adjustment to their diet can help to decrease the amount of mucoids
in their bodies.
Here's a story about the "Worst Doctor in America", posted to a couple of newsgroups earlier this
year. The poster nominated Robert Dowling MD as "Worst Doctor" for throwing an ice cream and
cheesecake party for his patient to whom he had given an artificial heart. The patient suffered a
severe setback, experienced an overwhelming buildup of mucous and secretions in his lungs. Became he
was too weak to expel that mucous, so an artificial breathing machine was used to keep him alive.
Please note the poster's comment that the doctor's ignorance was probably due to the fact that
nutrition is not a required course of study in medical school. This is a rather astonishing
revelation, considering that good old Doctor Hippocrates, honoured as the father of medicine and
whose oath doctors are still required to take, once said "Let food be your medicine, and your
medicine food". It is something ignored or supressed by modern medicine.
THE WORST DOCTOR IN AMERICA
There have been many nominations for the worst doctor in America. Insurance companies no longer want
to insure bad physicians. Many doctors can no longer afford to practice the art of healing because
of escalating malpractice rates.
In my opinion, there is one doctor who merits the "Worst Doctor" title above all other incompetents.
He is Robert Dowling, M.D.
During June of 2001, Dowling's Louisville, Kentucky, patient was given just thirty days to live.
After a lifetime of abuse, this man's cardiovascular system sent a series of signals, all bad, to
himself and to his attending physician.
A lifetime of eating the wrong foods can translate into a painfully short future.
What hath man wrought? A new artificial heart was implanted into Dowling's patient. He became the
first human ever to receive a fully operational self-contained machine inside of his chest. The
"AbiorCor pump" was implanted on July 2, 2001. A day that will live in history.
Thirty days after the surgery, Robert Tools and his physician enjoyed a one-month anniversary
celebration commemorating his survival.
The lead researcher/physician, Robert Dowling, M.D., had this to say:
"The goal of all of us working together is to give patients of this device a good quality of life."
How did Dr. Dowling honor his patient?
By staging a party for the guest of honor, and serving him ice cream and cheesecake.
Mr. Artificial-Heart-Recipient may have had a bionic heart, but his arteries had been saturated by a
lifetime of similar foods containing cholesterol and saturated animal fat.
Ms. Dowling most certainly made a bad cardiovascular system just a little bit worse. His symbolic
gesture immortalizes a physician's arrogance. Doctors such as Dowling believe that diet plays
little role in human health and healing.
Ben Cohen of Ben & Jerry's fame had quadruple heart surgery at about the same time. One wonders
whether his physician threw him an ice cream party too.http://www.notmilk.com/benheart.html
Would you think it wise to eat ice cream and cheesecake after having life-saving heart surgery?
Mt. Dowling explained why he would feed his critically ill artificial heart recipient saturated
animal fat containing casein, a tenacious glue and mucous forming protein.
"The goal...is to give patients...a good quality of life..."
How did Mr. Tools react to the cheesecake and ice cream?
He suffered a severe setback, and was placed on a ventilator to assist his breathing. The
artificial heart recipient experienced an overwhelming buildup of mucous and secretions in his
lungs. Mr. Tools became too weak to expel that mucous, so the artificial breathing machine was used
to keep him alive.
Eat casein and produce histamines, then mucous. The reaction is often delayed, occurring 12-15 hours
By eliminating all milk and dairy for just one week, most people note the differences, which include
less mucous, better sleep patterns, more energy, better bowel movements, clarity of thought, and
muscle, bone, and back pain relief.
Why don't Dr. Dowling know this? Could the fact that nutrition is not a required course of study in
medical school have anything to do with a physician's ignorance?
The Abicor device can be a lifesaver, but dairy-loving doctors like Dowling can be hazardous to
Please share the following (which appeared in the Journal of Allergy and Immunology in March of
1998) with your physician so that he or she does not repeat Dowling's folly:
"Cow's milk is one of the most frequent food allergens. Whole casein appears to be highly
allergenic...85% of the patients presented a response to each of the four caseins. "
Ice cream and cheesecake were given to a patient soon after life-saving heart surgery. The man was
killed, and his doctor should be charged as an accomplice. The murder weapons? A spoon and a fork.
The motives? Arrogance and ignorance.
That was just the prescription given to artificial heart recipient, Robert Tools, by his so-called
healer, Robert Dowling, M.D.
Mu. AbiorCor recipient died soon after Dr. Dowling allowed him to attend his final party. Dowling
blamed his death on long-standing health problems.
In early November of 2001, Tools feasted upon a cheesesteak sandwich and chocolate milkshake during
an outing with the mayor of Louisville, Kentucky.
A hospital press release noted that bleeding started soon after the meal and shortly thereafter,
Tools' organs began to fail. The unlucky man suffered a stroke Nov. 11. He died the following Friday
The hospital said Tools' death was unrelated to the stroke.
Tools is survived by his wife, Carol, and two children. His wife's comments:
"After our decision to participate in this experimental procedure, he has been able to make a
difference for mankind, enjoy some of his favorite things in life, and experience a bit of notoriety
- and for Bob, nothing could have been better."
Perhaps a diet low in saturated animal fat and cholesterol could have been better, Mrs. Tools. A plant-
based diet may very well have extended your husband's life, and that example may have made much more
of a contribution to mankind.
Doctor's prescription: Ice cream, cheesecake, and cheesesteak sandwich. A recipe for heart disease,
suffering, and death.