Why Do So Many Americans Rely On Drugs?

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rose-Ms. Sue
Asked at 2012-08-01 12:45:03
....especially since there is alternative stuff out there that actually works? In addition, Linus Pauling who won the nobel prize for his work did state that ALL diseases are a result of malnutrition--meaning that we do not get adequate minerals out of our food no longer. Also, artificial vitamins and minerals do not work as well as those provided by nature.
I started taking a complete mineral supplement containing 72 minerals a little more than 2 years ago and can gladly report that my eye sight improved, my hair got thicker, my skin got better, and that I've lost weight. It's not even expensive, widely available on the internet and in health food stores. It's called Marine Phytoplankton. I also take another well working supplement to detoxify my body and provide all the nutrients it needs. It's calle blue-green algae and is also available on the net and in some health food stores.
I have 2 insurances meaning I wouldn't have to pay a dime for medication, but knowing what I know now(from experience), do I prefer to solve my health issues a natural way--not with drugs. There are drugs that won't even work--because some viruses are drug resistant by now(i.e. MRSA, which by the way can be killed by taking GSE 750mg for 3-4 weeks). I enjoy a much better health since I switched from drugs to natural remedies. It does not mean that I will never take medicine again--it only means that I will take prescription drugs only if ABSOLUTELY necessary. What do you think about this?

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