Have You Taken Your Nutritional Supplements
Have you ever heard the saying: "if you
lose your health, then you lost everything"?
Well, that's quite a statement, because when
you are healthy then you can more easily perform
the activities that you want. But if you are not
healthy then you have to put more effort, more
energy on the same activity, and then it becomes
a load on you every time you have to do it.
As we start to age, our body has its mean, vicious
way of tricking us.
We feed our bodies garbage year after year, and
our body says "Oh, that's OK! You just keep
abusing me, I'm fine!", so we do.
We keep neglecting our body, year after year.
We keep abusing our bodies, year after year, and
then we get diabetes, arthritis, cancer, stroke,
or we drop dead in our early 50's or our early
60's, or have a sudden heart attack... and then
we wonder why!
Some stunning facts
Millions of us right now have high cholesterol,
and we don't even know it.
In fact, millions of us, right now, are so clogged
up with hardened fat in our arteries right now,
that when we do have a heart attack, it'll come
so severe, or so hard, that we won't even have
the chance to be hospitalized.
One half of all of us men, and one out of every
three women will develop cancer in our lifetime
unless we make a major change in our way of living
Osteoporosis is one of the leading silent killers
in the world today. It slowly creeps up on the
body, because year after year the body loses bone
density, until you get a fracture and then the
results can be devastating.
Osteoporosis, which literally means porous bones,
is also nicknamed the "silent thief",
and also the "silent killer", because
its action is slow and asymptomatic, which means
that you may have the sickness right now and not
notice anything, have no symptoms at all.
But once your bones become very fragile from
the illness, it only takes sometimes a strong
sneezing, or lifting a load to break a bone.
There almost 18 million people walking right
now with diabetes. They are abusing their bodies
and they don't even know it.
Diabetes is putting millions of us in danger,
and yet out diet plays such a critical role, especially
for the millions and millions of people who have
adult onset diabetes today.
Heart disease is the number one killer in North
America today. And heart disease is just a nice
way of saying that your body is filled up with
a bunch of plaques, and hardened fat after years
and years of us not taking care of our bodies
as well as we should.
Needless to say, the diet that we choose to feed
ourselves plays a critical role in the way our
body can handle such terrible diseases. And millions
of people in the world today do not eat well.
With terrifying stats like those above, why would
we continue to abuse our body by feeding it garbage
year after year, and never giving our bodies what
it truly needs?
What can we do?
The fact is our bodies are these amazing machines,
but if we keep abusing our body year after year
by eating cooked and processed foods that are
completely stripped away of all the nutrients,
the critical nutrients that our bodies need to
stay healthy, and if we continue to eating that
fast food, filled with all that bad fat, a few
of us are going to get away with it, but most
of us are going to end up paying a dear, dear
price down the road.
We need to start protecting our bodies the best
that we can by giving our bodies the right forms
of whole vitamins, chelated minerals, probiotics,
enzymes and other micronutrients that are scientifically
know to nutritionally support the body, not only
in the area of cancer, but also against so many
other issues like heart disease, high cholesterol,
osteoporosis, arthritis, diabetes, the immune
system, and all the other areas of the body.
I believe that if they tried to create the greatest
set of nutritional products known in the world
today, and then educated all of us about the truth
when it comes to taking the right whole vitamins
for our body and the right absorbable minerals
for the body, we will end up taking these products
for the rest of our lives.