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Are You Mentally Allergic to Natural Health Supplements?

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The cheapest way to avoid huge hospitalization bills is to keep healthy. Not to do so is the most expensive way to live life. And to have good health, we have to go natural most of the time. For us middle income folks, the cheapest way is to opt for natural health supplements.

Taking natural health supplements is often cheaper than eating natural and fresh fruits and vegetables daily. But unfortunately, a lot of people seem mentally "allergic" to natural health supplements. They have developed the mindset that these are "bad" for their health.

Incredible what some doctors do to the mental beliefs of their patients.

However, the fact is, synthetic medicines are really the ones we should be careful about, They do real damage to health. A little overdose can endanger your life. With natural health supplements, there is no overdose.

Admittedly, natural health supplements are not designed to replace synthetic medicines. They are supplemental in nature--an "added" food source to help your body get more nutrition easily. More organic nutrition does a lot of good to your immune health. And indeed, natural supplements come from natural food--fruits, herbs and vegetables--nothing more.

So, what's wrong about natural fruits, herbs and vegetables? These are God's creation he designed for our bodies. Read about it in the bible. Synthetic and chemical medicines are never in God's design for us.

Yet, of course, this blog does not encourage you to take natural health supplements against your will. You can ask your doctor about it before you take them, but it will only work if your doctor believes in alternative medicine and natural food supplements. If not, he'll only talk against it and tell you things he probably knows nothing about.

In my case, I take natural supplements with medicines. For instance, I take synthetic antibiotic when I have infection (as prescribed by my doctor) together with my all-natural non-acidic Vitamin C natural supplement that comes from young corn.

The truth remains--God designed our bodies to be fed and treated with natural food, not chemicals.

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