Despite a health budget in the trillions of dollars, we seem all seem to be getting sicker and sicker. We’re fatter, less fit, and get cancer way more often than we used to a hundred years ago. It seems mainstream medicine is failing us. Should we be taking all natural health supplements instead?
Now don’t get me wrong here, mainstream medicine has made some huge breakthroughs in the last 100 years too, just look at the cure rates for cancer. But despite the fact the cancer can be cured at a higher rate than ever before a higher percentage of us still seem to be getting it.
So the problem is as much the rate or incidence of disease as the ability to cure it. And whilst mainstream medicine focuses on cure, all natural health supplements focus on prevention.
Of course there is plenty more that we can be doing to help prevent poor health. A good diet, rich in fresh fruit and vegetables and low in fats, particularly saturated fats, and low in salt and sugar is essential, as is regular exercise, but there is growing evidence that good dietary supplementation is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle.
This is true for a variety of reasons. There is growing evidence that our horticultural practices of intensive monoculture farming are robbing the soil of the essential vitamins and minerals that our bodies need for optimum health. And if they aren’t in the soil they can’t be in the fruit and vegetables.
Ditto the obscene use of chemical fertilizers, and the jury is out on GM food, though I for one don’t want to eat any of it.
But there is also evidence that there are so many different natural substances that could be hugely beneficial to our health, and even if we know about them we are unlikely to be able to satisfactorily add them to a daily diet.
Today I have been reading some of the latest exciting research about curcumin and resveratrol, two natural substances that have been discovered and studied in the last few decades. Both are showing extreme promise against various ailments, and there are many who are already taking all natural dietary supplements which include curcumin and resveratrol. But how do you get them in a good diet? Hard to know.
There are some excellent niche health care and dietary supplement companies at the forefront of research into producing the highest quality all natural health supplements, and chances are you’ve never heard of these companies.
One in particular produces natural dietary supplements of the highest possible quality, with 77 different ingredients that are known to demonstrate a massive range of preventative properties, all combined with a world leading delivery system.
Yes there is ample evidence that you should be taking all natural health supplements. Our disease rates are rising with our Western lifestyle, and whilst modern medicine focuses and deals very well with cures, there’s little attention paid to prevention.
Great dietary supplements focus on prevention, and keeping us healthy so we never need to rely on modern medicine, and I for one don’t every want to depend on a doctor.