Dr Google Will Not Save You

Dr. Google Will Not Save You

What do you do when you have questions these days? You probably go online and search, like many people do every day.

“The latest data shows that Google processes over 99,000 searches every single second (Internet Live Stats, 2022).
This makes more than 8.5 billion searches a day (Internet Live Stats, 2022).”

What does this word mean? Where can I find this item? What causes specific symptoms? How can I relieve acid reflux?

We have so many questions. To be blunt, you cannot Google yourself to good health.

I don’t believe Google actually wants you well. If they did, your searches would lead you to information that gives you real answers. Sadly, the search results are doing the opposite.

Dr. Google Will Not Save You

Google has been censoring health information since August 2019. When you enter search terms, any non-mainstream health websites are pushed way down in the search results.

Top results are institutional health websites by hospitals and government institutions that tow the party line.

Lest you think that is the only source of censoring – Facebook and YouTube are also playing that game.

According to Dr John Bartemus, “By burying natural health websites, Google prevents you from finding scientifically validated health information that may help you put puzzle pieces together for better health.

In so doing, they are partnering with Big Pharma … in funneling you toward the promotion of drugs, surgery, vaccines, toxicity, deficiency [and more] – all for money.”

Searching On Google Can Make It Worse

As though hiding health information isn’t enough, just the act of searching Google can make you worse. Read on and I will explain what I mean.

You have disturbing symptoms and wonder what’s going on, so you start by typing those symptoms into a popular search engine. We already know the results are not going to make it easy to find the information you need.

On top of that, you probably don’t have the freedom to search during work hours, so you hunt late into the evening, losing valuable hours of sleep.

What has been your experience? You notice symptoms and search online to see what it may be. Did the top results prompt concern, even fear? The worst-case scenario is often what comes to the top of the search results, so fear would be understandable. In this case, though, fear isn’t protective.

It actually works against you by suppressing your immune system which was already working to restore balance in your body before you started your search.

To recap this vicious cycle:

  • A person has some health concerns and starts with an internet search to figure it out.
  • Natural health information is buried in the search results in favor of institutional medicine.
  • The person may be directed to more medication (and side effects) or is sucked into frightening possibilities, and
  • Loses sleep, which hinders performance in tasks in the coming days.
  • Rinse and repeat.

Don’t Miss Out On Helpful Information Online

My goal in offering this information is to make you aware that you are not getting the full picture when you search online. Be aware that you are more likely to be herded toward traditional medical treatment without seeing other opportunities.

Food and lifestyle influence your health, too, but the traditional medicine content in your search results won’t show that.

Symptoms may seem to have appeared recently, yet the physiology leading to the symptoms may have been at work for some time. Resolution can sometimes seem quick, but my experience has often shown that it takes time.

If you are ready to make changes to pursue wellness, I invite you to schedule a Discovery Call to talk about your situation and how I can help.

Kelly Lutman Pursue Wellness

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