Clinton Ray Miller, known as the Father of Health Freedom, passed away four years ago on July 24, 2013, in Cedar City, Utah. He had a huge influence on the freedoms we enjoy in the health industry. Clinton was a true fighter extraordinaire for what he believed to be true and dedicated his entire life making these dreams a reality for all. This month we honor a life well lived!
In 2003, Clinton described his entry into the politics of health freedom: “My life as a health freedom activist started about 50 years ago in Salt Lake City, Utah. I started one of the first health bakeries in the United States. I called it Clinton’s Wheat Shop. My motto was “The Whiter the Bread, the Sooner You’re Dead.” It was printed in bold letters on the back of my truck and on the label of every loaf of bread we sold. We made 100% whole wheat “HEALTH BREAD”. We ground the wheat fresh every day on stone burr mills. It was made without any preservatives.”
Clinton Miller along with his wife Bonnie was the pioneer of all pioneers, working to protect health freedom for all Americans. His conviction that “Health Freedom is second only to Religious Freedom” was the foundation of his life’s work.
In the spirit of honoring Clinton Miller and his lifelong work on our behalf, please support the Sunshine Health Freedom Foundation with your contributions via Nature’s Sunshine and other health freedom groups who are fighting for our right to remain free and true to our beliefs of being able to make choices on how we treat our bodies. Much of the freedoms we enjoy today are because of the efforts of Clinton Ray Miller and those who have followed in his foot path.