A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeye's fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from September 25, 2020
“Medicine is not healthcare. Food is healthcare. Medicine is sickcare”

"Medicine is not health care. Food is health care. Medicine is sick care” (or “Medicine is not healthcare. Food is healthcare. Medicine is sickcare") is a saying that has been printed on many images. Authorship is uncertain.

“Medicine is not healthcare. Food is healthcare. Medicine is sickcare. Let’s all get that straight!” was posted on Twitter by The Paleo Foundation on August 22, 2012. “Medicine is not Health Care, Food is Health Care, Medicine is Sick Care. Let’s all get this straight, for a change #Nutrition #Right_Weigh” was posted on Twitter by Mai Nasser on September 30, 2012.

“‘Medicine is not healthcare. Food is healthcare. Medicine is sickcare. Let’s all get this straight for a change.’ The quote is attributed to American physician Sidney R Garfield (1906-1984), who sought to understand and treat the body, mind, and spirit of his patients and ended up founding a prepaid healthcare scheme and hospital in the USA in the 1940s” was printed in The Chronicle (Australia) on December 24, 2012. It is uncertain if Sidney R. Garfield, co-founder the Kaiser Permanente healthcare system with businessman Henry J. Kaiser, ever said this because the quote became popular in 2012—almost 30 years after his death.


Wikipedia: Sidney Garfield
Sidney R. Garfield (17 April 1906 – 29 December 1984) was an American medical doctor and a pioneer of health maintenance organizations. He co-founded the Kaiser Permanente healthcare system with businessman Henry J. Kaiser. He graduated from the University of Iowa College of Medicine in 1928, which is now called the Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine.

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The Paleo Foundation
@PaleoFoundation
Medicine is not healthcare. Food is healthcare. Medicine is sickcare. Remember that.
5:07 PM · Aug 22, 2012·Facebook

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The Paleo Foundation
@PaleoFoundation
Medicine is not healthcare. Food is healthcare. Medicine is sickcare. Let’s all get that straight!
5:10 PM · Aug 22, 2012·Facebook

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LifestyleCoachCindy.
@LifeCoachCindy
Medicine is not healthcare—Food is healthcare. Medicine is sickcare. Let’s all get this straight, for a change. http://fb.me/1A5qM3Q2s
3:53 PM · Sep 29, 2012·Facebook

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Mai Nasser
@Bent_Rawya
Medicine is not Health Care, Food is Health Care, Medicine is Sick Care. Let’s all get this straight, for a change #Nutrition #Right_Weigh
8:38 AM · Sep 30, 2012·Twitter Web Client

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Solutions for Living
@EntwistleHealth
Love this quote:  “Medicine is not health care, food is.  Medicine is sick care.”
9:05 PM · Oct 1, 2012·Twitter for iPhone

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Everest Spice Epsom
@EverestSpice
Medicine is not healthcare...........food is healthcare. Medicine is sick care. Let’s all get this straight, for a change......!!
5:04 AM · Oct 2, 2012·Facebook

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Sattva
October 5, 2012 ·
“Medicine is not healthcare-- Food is healthcare. Medicine is sick care...”
I cannot speak for Dr. Stein’s political philosophies, policies, and practices, but I certainly like this quip. Food is healthcare, and food does not simply include what we eat. We take in food with all sensory organs. This is why Ayurveda and other holistic health sciences have so much to offer us, and study of such systems allows us to re/activate our innate capacity for self-healing.

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Saschie MacLean
@lovesaschie
“@Azita: Medicine is not healthcare. Food is healthcare. Medicine is sick care. - @FoodIncMovie” great film.
11:09 PM · Oct 12, 2012·Twitter for iPhone

The Chronicle (Australia)
Let food be thy medicine: mantra for good health
by JAVIER ENCALADA
24th Dec 2012 7:00 AM
(...)
“Medicine is not healthcare. Food is healthcare. Medicine is sickcare. Let’s all get this straight for a change.”

The quote is attributed to American physician Sidney R Garfield (1906-1984), who sought to understand and treat the body, mind, and spirit of his patients and ended up founding a prepaid healthcare scheme and hospital in the USA in the 1940s.

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Allocation of Lifestyle Supporting Services to Working Diabetes Type II Patients
Executive MBA thesis
Erwin Spijkers
December 4, 2013
Pg. 11:
“Medicine is not healthcare. Food is healthcare. Medicine is sick care. Let’s all get this straight for a change.” Sidney R Garfield (1906-1984), Kaiser Permanente’s founding physician.

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Healing Traditions of the Northwestern Himalayas
By Pankaj Gupta, Vijay Kumar Sharma and Sushma Sharma
New York, NY: Springer
2014
Pg. 36:
Medicine is not healthcare. Food is healthcare. Medicine is sick care. Let’s all get this straight for a change...
Sidney R. Garfield

13 August 2015, Caboolture (Queensland) Shire Herald, “Seminar aims to make healthy living simple,” pg. 14:
Owner David Devery said that the key to living well was having a better understanding of what you were putting in your body and how that affected your health outcomes.

“We believe that medicine is not health care, food is health care and medicine is sick care,” Mr Devery said.

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Vegan Posters
@veganposters
Medicine is not health care. Food is health care. Medicine is sick care. - The Vegan Banana #vegan
6:46 PM · Sep 23, 2020·VeganPosters

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