Archive | January, 2012

Millenium Diet versus Celebrity Diets

23 Jan

Millenium Diet versus Celebrity Diets


More than 50 percent of the American population is categorized as overweight. With few exceptions this gargantuan weight problem evolved for two obvious reasons: over eating and ingesting the wrong foods. Celebrity diets are concocted from the pillars of weak minds that are untested, unhealthy and work for the miniscule who put their faith in these icons. Many of these factitious programs have a meteoric rise then fall with a quiet thud never to be heard from again. Celebrity Doctors have done an enormous amount of harm to those who follow them like sheep. Instead of utilizing dietary regimens that work, people delay by following these icons of the media whose programs have weak or no foundations. The Millenium Diet offers a scientifically based program based on the experiences of thousands of patients who benefited by this extensively studied regimen. Millenium Diet’s core structure stresses elevated levels of protein intake, reduced carbs and restricted calories. Fundamentally different from other programs, the body shifts away from burning mainly carbs to protein that is metabolized more efficiently. Weight loss in the range of 4-8 pounds per week is common for the first five weeks then 2-4 pounds per week thereafter. Other benefits from The Millenium Diet are lower cholesterol, lower triglycerides and stabilization of blood sugar. This diet can be adapted to many lifestyles, it is inexpensive to apply and is safe for diabetics. This is one program the media does not like to recognize because it reduces their ad revenue from the bogus commercial diets they support. Excellent reviews of this regimen can be found on many diet sites throughout the internet. In the event you have a group that want to learn this program, we teach it on site. If you really want to lose a lot of weight, this program is for you.  Please call us at 410-515-7858.  Mark Davis, M.D., author of The Millenium Diet, The Practical Guide for Rapid Weight Loss.

Maryland Judiciary: Can it be trusted

20 Jan

Maryland’s Judiciary: can they be trusted

Marylanders must confront reality, they may not always receive justice under a judicial system that costs them hundreds of millions to support. Revisionists in black gowns have become habituated to reframing laws with interpretations that are far from their initial intent. Classically judgments would be based on facts, exculpatory documents, transcripts and other solid pieces of evidence that support your claim. In Maryland Courts outcomes are now based on considerations that go far beyond distinguishing right from the indecent. In two recent cases before the Howard and Harford Circuit Courts respectively, my own experiences denote the “new justice” that Marylanders can expect from their Courts. As a pro se in both cases the judges opined for the Maryland Board of Physicians though the facts were “200” percent against them. As president of Healthnets Review Services, factual accuracy is the basis of a research organization such as ours. This accuracy was embedded into the legal briefs before both courts. The Courts’ had to know that the lawyers for the Maryland Attorney Generals’ Office (AG) were lying in open court and in their legal briefs or they had no business being judges. Worse the Appellate Courts have allowed similar activities by state employed attorneys from the AG’s office without sanctioning them. Perhaps these judges had aged out, both were in their sixties. Or worse, they were medicated which impaired their judgments. If not, Maryland has an implicit problem in its courts where they will allow the state to triumph when all the facts are against them. The only conclusion one can draw is Maryland Courts can no longer be trusted to provide sound and unbiased judgments when a petitioner sues a state administrative authority because the fix is in. Mark Davis, MD President of Healthnets Review Services.

Millenium Diet; The Best of the Best Diets

19 Jan

Millenium Diet: The best of the best diets

Mellenium Diet changes the manner in which people think about the foods they ingest. This program’s core moves people into a high protein low carb regimen with restricted calories. This allows the body to burn foods with a very high efficiency rate. The selection of foods is carefully listed to maximize weight loss. Dieters generally lose 4 to 8 pounds per week for the first 3-5 weeks then moves them into a mode that attains losses in the 2 to 4 pound range. Additional benefits include rapid lowering of cholesterol and other blood fatty acids. Regimens, such as the Millenium Diet, have been shown to extend the lifespans of lab animals by 50% or more. Patients’ input were the key to the evolvement of the Millenium Diet. They had tried many programs and failed. You know the type, the ones written by the celebrity MDs who know little or next to nothing about dieting and nutrition. When we studied the foods and food groups that made people obese, we adjusted them and or remove them entirely. The result is one of the best diets in the country to lose and maintain weight loss. The Millenium Diet, The Practical Guide to Rapid Weight Loss can be purchased anywhere. If they don’t have it, they will order it for you. This is America’s best diet and the one you should turn to if you want that new look yesterday. Mark Davis, MD author of The Millenium Diet, The Practical Guide for Rapid Weight Loss.

America’s Diet, The Millenium Diet

18 Jan

America’s Diet: The Millenium Diet


America’s health has never been worse. Obesity is the number one medical problem in the country. According to a study released in the Journal of the American Medical Association this month, one in three Americans are Obese. Statistics are alarming: 35.7 percent of adults tip the scales on the obese side and 16.9 percent of children between the ages of 2-19 find themselves in the same dilemma. As long as people continue to stuff their faces with carbohydrates obesity will reign supreme in America. With the advent of the technological revolution few people take time to exercise. Children in my own community rarely are seen playing near their homes, which reflects national trends on inactivity amongst youth. Media continues to churn celebrity and commercial diets as the key to weight loss. Several of these regimens are released every week, yet America gets fatter and fatter. Why? These bogus programs evolve in the minds of those who have minimal to no knowledge of nutrition or the science of weight management. Many celebrity doctors have harmed millions with their fictitious diet regimens that keep the money rolling in, yet do nothing for your obesity. The Millenium Diet is a regimen that is physiologically compatible with the human body allowing it to burn calories more quickly. Protein is the key to a more efficient metabolism and the Millenium Diet uses this segment of the food chain to accomplish its goals. Weight loss in the range of 4-8 pounds a week for the first 3-5 weeks is normally seen, then 2-4 pounds per week is commonly seen thereafter. Economical, very healthy and applicable to most lifestyles, this is the program that America has been denied too long.  The book is inexpensive but the results are worth millions. Mark Davis MD, President of Healthnets Review Services, author of The Millenium Diet, The Practical Guide for Rapid Weight Loss.

Romney: the default candidate

16 Jan

Romney: the default candidate


History is on a collision course with 21st century reality. Spin, misrepresentation and prevarication take a front seat to the truth in the new millennia. Romney did not win Iowa by a landslide or take New Hampshire by storm. Media verbiage has been constructed to place Romney as the frontrunner when the race has barely started. Recent announcements that the Bay State’s former governor will be the peoples’ choice at the Republican convention is ludicrous at this time. Many doubts have surfaced concerning Romney’s credibility and stance on current issues. His timidity shines through the false polish his lackeys have instilled into him. Bain Capital, Romney’s financial vehicle to riches, was bane to thousands who lost their jobs under his tutelage. Listening to recent comments on Fox, Romney’s entire background has been revised. His new angelic persona is directly contradicted by historical fact. Deified as the man to look for as the Republicans best chance to regain the White House, does not say much for this party. Conservatives see him as moderate who stratifies his statements dependent upon the crowd he finds himself. The establishment sees one Romney and the working stiffs see the chameleon he really is. Americans are being misled into thinking Mitt Romney is the cure-all for the many evils presently plaguing this country. They may find he is part of the problem, not the solution Fox and other media sources are leading us to believe. Mark Davis, MD author of Demons of Democracy,

Obamatopia: Three Steps Back and One to the Left

16 Jan

Obamatopia: three steps back and one to the left


Dysfunctional visions of society evolve within the confines of deluded minds. Inbred hate, disproportionate expectations and an inability to conceptualized moral circumstance has drawn the Obama administration into a maelstrom from which it cannot escape. Pulled into the storm are tens of millions whose only vice was they believed a message that turned into a nightmare. Obama’s drive to reconstruct society following a roadmap that imbues the indolent, inert and undeserving with positions of authority undermines the strengths of this once great nation. Merit has little meaning for those who achieved without a scintilla of merit. Throngs are magnetically drawn to anyone who promises them a free ride at others expense. This is the demagogic stream of thought that effusively moves through Obama’s coterie of diminished minds. Limiting achievement so the minimalists in society can look the same on the playing field, suppresses humans innate desires to improve their life situation. Obama effortlessly introduces divisiveness into each confrontation he has with the masses. His selective audiences are too dimwitted to see the fallacies in his challenges to them. History moves forward at a pace time will allow, Obama wants his new society constructed in a few short years. Central government with its tentacles encumbering anyone who does not follow the designated plan becomes that tyrannous force stifling all human creativity. As a result Obamatopia flashes into existence for a brief interval then falls into the trenches where it returns to dust. Countless demagogues, over the millennia, have lead entire populations into oblivion with their concepts of civilization. Obama does not stand higher than them, but does stand apart. Destructive forces that rage in his mind have a schizophrenic bent, stating one thing yet acting on them in a very different manner. America’s rich history has absorbed many who were determined to change a system that has worked for more than two centuries. Obama had his chance to bring efficiencies into the game, but went down the wrong path. Recently, to undermine the opposing party, he suggested changes in government infrastructure that they have been proposing for three years. Mr. President you are too late to the party. Your plans have gone awry and have thrown tens of millions off balance. America will still stand when you are finally on your way home. Mark Davis MD author Demons of Democracy, the book that pegged this president from the very beginning.

American Heroes: gone but not forgotten

14 Jan

American heroes: Gone but not forgotten  


America has lost an integral element of society, its heroes. Icons who were strong, relentless, dependable and good. Heroes of yesteryear dominated the airwaves in the 1950s. Children and their parents would gather around an ancient device called a television. Looking more like a piece of furniture with a small screen built in to its central core, this device radiated programming from three or at maximum four channels. Certain times during the week drew the largest audiences. George Reeves in his pajama fitting outfit portrayed the man of steel, Superman. Week after week he battled crime while protecting those in distress. America’s ideals all embedded into one man. This was one of many visages we watched flicker across the screen during those years. The Lone Ranger fought injustice in the old west. With his trusting friend and companion Tonto, no criminal was safe from their swift intervention. These were men; strong, virile, extremely intelligent and always there when you needed them. Evolutionary forces in the media changed the face of our culture by diminishing heroism and buttressing the weaknesses found in society. America has gone down the road most traveled by present societies. Elevating lying to an art form, displaying fornication as a sporting event, condoning single parent households as natural and proper, suppressing the word of God whenever and wherever possible and enriching oneself at the expense of others. Heroes would shudder knowing the society they protected for so long has fallen from grace. They had a code of ethics which were cemented into their minds, not to be found in present day media icons. America has grown weak internally. Men are now portrayed as effeminate in every level of society. Earrings, nose rings, tongue rings and tattoos originally signs of individualism, move the present day male towards a unisex version antithetical to God’s original creation. For a society to be strong men must differentiate themselves from their female counterparts. The push is on from all quarters to merge the sexes into some new type of being with elements of each gender found in the same person. This homogenized human is then free to act with the characteristics of either sex. This new weaker version of the male takes the place of those who we revered in the 1950s. Superman is new and improved; sensitive, stylish, subservient and checks with his lawyer before crashing through a walls. America’s moral decline has much to do with the present intrinsic weaknesses in the family unit. Men should revisit the old videos to see how they are supposed to act because the present representation of the male makes me sick. Mark Davis MD president of Healthnets Review Services.