A doctor in particular on the East Coast of the United States has done the unthinkable: he spends less time in his office in New York and more time to reconnect with the roots of what it means to be in good health.
Dr. Weiss’s new pharmacy takes root
Dr. Robert Weiss has spent more than 25 years caring for Hudson County residents, according to this article on the site, but now he’s exploring a whole new way to make them look and keep them healthy: a “pharmacy” to full-fledged build on the power of plant-based nutrition as a means of healing rather than medication or surgery.
Weiss officially started New Jersey State’s first medical farm at 90 km from his office in New York, where he owns a 140-hectare farmhouse in 18th-century style.
“Plant-based whole foods are the most powerful tools practitioners have to fight diseases – more potent than any drug or surgery,” he told reporters.
Weiss quickly pointed out that you can not repair an ankle fracture or other physical ailments simply by using vegetable dyes, but he said in the article that a well-chosen herbal medicine can cure, treat , prevent and even cure the most threatening modern diseases, even cancer.
Organic farming as medicine
In order to make the jump, Weiss sold his practice, although he still sees patients three days a week there, in order to buy his farm.
A total of 90 families have paid membership fees and are willing to harvest the crops, so far, enjoying the fruits, vegetables and organic plants, from the two Weiss farmers.
“Human health is directly related to the health of the environment, the production of food and how it is grown,” said Weiss at “I see this farm as an opportunity for me to take all the biology and plant chemistry that I studied, and relate them to the human biological system. “
His peers did not always agree with his ideas, he added, but Robert remains convinced that he made the right choice.
And as always, the evidence ultimately lies with the impact he has had on his patients, like Angie Rotella-Suarez, whose mother’s life was essentially saved by Weiss’s recommendations for dieting. vegetable and organic food consisting of starchy foods (including sweet potatoes), steamed vegetables, fruits (especially many blueberries), and water.
Suarez prepared the meals for her mother and after only 2 weeks she stopped taking her blood pressure medications, left her wheelchair (and 18 kilos), and started doing chores in the house each day, regaining his energy and motivation in life.
While he has not received the full support of his peers about his change of approach, his patients think differently.