Look W.H.O’s Stealing Our Health – We Can Take It Back | Dr. Tess Lawrie
Dr. Tess Lawrie is a significantly cited scientist, the Director of EBMC LTD, EBMC squared CIC, a health and research company and a co-founder of the World Council for Health. Dr. Lawrie joins us today to share not only her wealth of knowledge in these new paradigms but also what her team is pursuing to take back control of our health and humanity from the dictatorial grasp of Mr. Global set to control us all.
On What the Future of Health Can Look Like…
We stand up for good health and we do this together through love and community. We believe in a healthy world where everyone enjoys information, transparency, access to medicines and support, while respecting individual health choices, without fear of discrimination or persecution. We believe in a world where we keep our water and our air, our food uncontaminated and our families together. The world concept for health began in September last year and we have over 150 partners across 50 countries. And we’re growing every day. We have several committees namely a health and humanity committee, a clinical ethics committee, a law and activism committee and among others, these are volunteer, run and led and we have no conflicts of interest. We have no donations from industry or any other types
On Improving Our Health and the Planet…
How do we identify and address environmental health challenges? And here we will be looking at the fluoridation of water. We’ll be looking at what’s happening with farming, the use of pesticides and radio frequency, radiation. Among other things because I think COVID has occupied our minds so completely in the last two years that we have completely ignored all the other things that are potential threats to our health, then addressing how to optimize health. We have to look at the environmental challenges…leading us into a healthier paradigm where we take responsibility for our health in a preventative way.
On the global approach to healthcare and medicine…
It should be all about health promotion. It would be all about predicting poor health and preventing it. In the ideal world, we would be much more in tune with nature. We would be choosing to spend time outdoors with our shoes off, singing, dancing. We are much more suited to dancing and singing then what I’m doing in this office right now and what you’re doing in your office right now. What I’m saying is, we wouldn’t necessarily need injections. Obviously, there’s always the chance you’re going to have an injury and so one needs hospitals and doctors. But we need practices that we do ourselves way before we get sick. We need to be able to recognize when we are not well.
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