I had to know for sure. So I came up with a plan… I decided to post adverts online and in local newspapers, asking for volunteers who might be willing to put our vision protocol to the test. After just 4 days, we had people, suffering from varying degrees of vision loss, desperate to take part in the trial. Without exception, and within a maximum of 32 days, all volunteers reported dramatic improvements in their vision. I received emails, phone calls and text messages from people overwhelmed by the changes, and desperate to thank me.
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Remember, due to the toxic environment we now live in, which includes everything from the food we eat, to the water we drink, to the air we breathe, our eyes are being relentlessly attacked by damaging and poisonous free radicals on a daily basis. But the most shocking thing of all is that the optometry industry continues to try and blind you from the truth, by falsely claiming that glasses and contacts are the only way to deal with your vision loss, when in reality, all they do is make your eyesight worse.
Instead of treating the symptoms of your vision loss, like the optometry industry have been doing for centuries, this unique and ground-breaking protocol treats the root cause — free radical damage, by feeding your eyes the eight crucial antioxidants they need to destroy those free radicals and help you achieve crystal clear perfection in a matter of days. This completely natural protocol has already transformed the eyesight, and lives, of 51, people, and will achieve the same spectacular results for you too.
These great-tasting recipes, which take no more than a couple minutes to whip up, cover breakfast, lunch and dinner for a full 3 weeks, and all you need to do is follow the protocol and drink the smoothies daily as instructed, to achieve the same dramatic improvements in your vision that Lindsay and thousands of others have been able to achieve. It really is that simple. And you can get access to everything in the next 90 seconds. But before you get started, you probably want to know how much it is, right? But let me ask you this? Can you really put a price tag on your vision, and a protocol guaranteed to improve, protect and maintain it for the rest of your life?
Whatever figure you have in mind, you know as well as I do that taking action today and investing in the future health and longevity of your eyesight will be one of the best investments you could ever make. It all adds up. This will not only destroy your life and place a huge burden on your loved ones, but it will wreck your bank balance too. And frankly, I would have sold everything I own to save my wife from a future of blindness. Or even a quarter for that matter. And the last thing I want is for price to be a factor in your decision. So if you click on the button below right now, you can pick up the complete Outback Vision Protocol for the price you see below.
Studies have repeatedly shown that binaural beats, which are sounds created to alter or enhance electrical frequencies inside the brain, can improve vision. My health as an eighty two year old is not that bad, but I noticed that my near and far distance eyesight was getting worse. I was living with my health problems without knowing that they could be improved. Also, my legs used to inflamed a lot and now they are normal, I feel more energetic, plus I lost eight pounds!
This program has been simple to follow and with fast results. I told my friend about the Outback Vision Protocol and she started the smoothies this past Wednesday. Before trying the Outback Vision Protocol, my health was pretty good but I have severe scoliosis. I exercise and try to control it but some days are harder than others. I was excited about the Outback Vision Protocol, trusting that it would help my eyesight as well as overall health. Because of all the testimonials that I read, I didn't have any doubts about the protocol and since I started the Outback Vision Protocol, I am enjoying better health.
I have more energy, I can read some things now without my glasses, I have a better outlook on life, and the smoothies are delicious and fun to make. My health is really good - it was my vision that was the problem and I like driving so had to do something about it. My clear distance vision is so much better - it's amazing!
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Not only has it helped my vision so much, it has helped my health too. Because of all the antioxidants, I feel great. Your vision protocol was a God send. Thanks again very much. Every five seconds, someone in the world goes blind.. Every single second, the human body is being attacked by damaging environmental and dietary toxins that are releasing destructive free radicals that wreak havoc on your eyesight — and no glasses prescription will ever protect you from that. Do you really want to run the risk of blindness, where you become a burden to your family, or worse, end up in a care home, frightened, alone and unable to enjoy even the simplest of pleasures?
Do you really want to sit there and do nothing, and continue to allow these poisonous free radicals to eat away at your eyesight until you can no longer see your children, your grandchildren, or even your own face in the mirror? And you can do it all from the comfort of your own home, in as little as 21 days from now. And imagine how that will feel. This is your chance to join them. But time is running out. So make the right decision. Make the only decision you can make, both for yourself and your family.
Hit the button below and put The Outback Vision Protocol to the test completely risk-free for a full 60 days — and start seeing the world the way it was meant to be seen. Before starting the Outback Vision Protocol, I had already been diagnosed with macular degeneration and am taking injections in my eyes every 4 months. I also have diabetes for which I take 2 pills a day, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.
I really thought this program was a hoax but I will try anything to save my vision. After starting the vision shakes I find I have more energy, I require less sleep than I did before starting the program, and I can see more without my glasses. I am hopeful that this will help me get better to the point of being able to get off of some of the medications that I am taking. I will find out when I go to the doctor next month and have all my labs done. I think anyone who needs help with their vision should try it. It can only help and it's not that hard to follow.
I tried this program because of the sincerity and because it was a healthy food consumption and mostly raw I have been a proponent of raw foods. I have lost the vision in my left eye due to Macular Degeneration; my right eye does not have full vision. Most of the shakes are great tasting; but because of budget constraints I have to replace things like Maca Powder; Pomegranate Juice, etc. I usually replace them with a berry of some sort.
Otherwise, it never reaches your gut and your brain. I now have clarity in my right eye I prefer natural remedies to pharmaceutical solutions. The recipes in the Outback Vision Protocol are great, very tasty, and very filling. I am enjoying those a lot. I am only in the middle of week two, and so far I have noticed a reduction in "floaters". I have been told I have glaucoma and they have prescribed painful drops that are designed to keep the pressures down. They have completed one laser surgery to reduce pressures. The Outback Vision Protocol is a reasonable price for an expensive problem.
My sight was all but gone in right center vision, due to macular degeneration. It was frustrating, but had come to accept it for what it was. I doubted it would work for me, but after watching the video presentation by Bill Campbell I decided to give it a try. My vision is coming back to me and I have hope for better vision now. After all, no optometrist who wants to continue receiving a paycheck will ever tell you the truth about the real cause of vision loss, that corrective lenses do more harm than good, and that there are now clinically proven natural ingredients shown to improve vision and protect the health of your eyes for life.
So if you have any questions, here are some of the most common ones I get asked, which I hope will give you all the information you need to make an informed decision. The good news is, this protocol does the exact opposite. It heals the retina and the macula, and then supports and improves the health of your eyes, including the lens, cornea and optic nerve, by giving them the essential eight nutrients and vitamins they need to function at their very best.
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Of course, each individual case is different. So you have absolutely nothing to lose. And you can even keep the program, just to say thank you for giving it a try! Yes, I can assure you that they will be. So I urge you to take this opportunity while you still can and order The Outback Vision Protocol today, before this page gets taken down for good.
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Members know their personal needs better than we do. Administrative cost savings are passed along, too. Women and children are often marginalized in development in Nigeria. Discrimination against women and children inform social exclusion and poverty. They are often withdrawn from school at the slightest excuse, as a result of the limited value put on educating the girl-child, compared to the boy.
Yet, abounding evidences show that educating women lead to enhanced family income, health and hygiene, child education and wholesome up-bringing, as well as reduction in infant and maternal mortality rates. The patriarchal society leaves women significantly disadvantaged. In several areas of Nigeria, widow and female disinheritance practices represent the most blatant violation of the family and individual rights of the woman and girl-child. Increasing and widening poverty, along with certain cultural traits, has driven millions of children into types of child labour that are exploitative, hazardous and prejudicial to their welfare and development.
There is rapid spread of street children, child begging, child trafficking, child prostitution and child abandonment. Newly born children are abandoned in public places, such as markets, toilets, taxis and hospitals, by unwed young mothers fearing disgrace and stigmatization Ikediashi, ; Anumnu, Family destitution has forced many youths to join gangs and criminal groups, resulting in a high wave of urban crime and the consequent sentencing and extra-judicial killing of youth offenders. Women are generally considered to be at the lowest rung of poverty ladder in Nigeria.
Robust economic growth and poverty alleviation cannot be achieved without these empowerments.
Women participation in development in Nigeria has been rated very low due to poor and inadequate provision of various factors of production, due, among many other factors, to discriminatory ascribed cultural role and class of women in Nigerian society. Women are part of the missing links in the development quagmire confronting the least developed economies, where Nigeria belongs. Also, women have been identified as vital part of the Indian economy, and constitute one-third of the labour resource and primary member contributing in the survival of the family Ozuru et al. Between and , the GDP per capita retrogressed at the average rate of At the current growth rate of 0.
This exacerbates poverty of income and access Eneh, And, UNIDO observed that the low-income African countries will not break free from the shackles of poverty unless and until they diversify their economies, especially through industrialization. The report pointed out that slow progress in poverty reduction can be attributed to shortcomings in respect of private sector development and structural reform.
Historical antecedents of policy reversals, summersaults and failures in Nigeria: Nigeria is replete with brilliant impeccable and well written policies, visions and reforms agenda. The problem is implementation. The policies, visions and agenda often end up as paper-works rubbished by insincere implementation efforts and corruption.
Similarly, four decades after the national development planning in Nigeria, the empirical indices of the basic problems confronting the Nigerian state, such as widespread poverty, large-scale unemployment, low-capacity utilization, illiteracy, urban congestion, huge debt burden, inadequate and decayed social and physical infrastructure have not been eradicated or meaningfully mitigated Onah, Government officials are not committed to the development policies of their predecessors, hence the national landscape is littered with uncompleted projects Okigbo, ; Oladapo, Discontinuity is a style of misgovernance in Nigeria.
Policy and programme reversal, summersault and failure are common in Nigeria Eneh, All the four National Development Plans failed. Reintegration, Rehabilitation and Reconstruction - a follow-up programme to the No victor, no vanquished declaration to end the Nigerian civil war - also failed, hence the present marginalization problems and the attendant ethnic militia confronting the nation Eneh, b. Similarly, all the poverty alleviation programmes PAPs of successive administrations in Nigeria have failed.
Literature is agog with reforms programmes in Nigeria. Commentators have justified the institution of the reforms agenda in the Third Republic:. This informs the overwhelming public support enjoyed by the reforms agenda. But, the reforms have not sustained public confidence, for reasons noted by Okonjo-Iweala and Osafo-Kwaako Thus, the likelihood of jettisoning or bastardisation of NV is very high, judging from history and antecedents.
On this ground, one cannot foresee Vision As has been noted, Nigeria is awash with captivating development visions, policies and plans, but corruption-induced failure of implementation of development projects on the part of the political leaders is responsible for underdevelopment in the country. Each of the successive governments had one or more development visions to chant, but eventually there was no actualization and no regrets for the failure; no review and no direction.
These political visions are smokescreens for enriching cronies, political stooges and sycophants. Some of the projects were started, only to be abandoned halfway, after wetting the appetite of citizens. Nigeria abounds with abandoned projects and policy summersaults. For example, decades after and with the huge fund sunk into the Ajaokuta Steel project, it is a failure story. Add these to numerous other white elephant projects, the amount of wastes makes for no progress in development.
This leads to the citizens losing confidence in the leaders whose words are not their bonds, but display consistent failure in delivering their promises. The social contract theory posits that the people trust the government leaders for their inalienable rights and that people change their non-performing leaders through democratic electoral processes Eneh, Although, Nigerians long for change of political leaders during democratic processes, the politicians forestall this by use of various forms of electoral malpractice. The Resource Curse Thesis Auty, refers to the paradox that countries and regions with an abundance of natural resources tend to have less economic growth and worse development outcomes than countries with fewer natural resources, because of decline in the competitiveness of other economic sectors, volatility of revenue due to exposure to global commodity market wings and government mismanagement of resources.
This paradox of plenty hypothesis is supported by other scholars, including Sachs and Warner and Gylfason Besides, natural resources often provoke conflicts Collier, , as different groups fight for their share. This undermines governance and economic performance, as is evident in Nigeria, where the operation of militia in the oil-rich Niger delta region hampers exploration. The officials are not committed to the development policies of their predecessors, hence the national landscape is littered with uncompleted projects.
Lack of discipline and political will in the formulation and implementation of policies constitute the most serious defects in the exercise. A policy is only as effective as the discipline and will that sustain it. Lack of discipline manifests in the infusion of partisan and ethnic politics into the technology of data collection, in the location of government projects and in the application of policies, while poor policy performance is largely attributed to lack of commitment and political will on the part of the leadership.
Therefore, it is recommended that the leadership commit to sufficient discipline and political will to enforce policies. Nigerian leaders have added Vision Its rural areas must be transformed from age-long poverty and misery centres to urban status of world standard. Nigeria must move from its th position in the UNDP human development ranking to the first 20 position in the world. Meanwhile, the vast majority of Nigerians are ill-fed, ill-clothed, ill-housed and ill-educated.
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