Let me guess. You’re here because you want to take control of your health the NATURAL way. Natural health approaches make good sense to you, right? They do for me too.
It’s a FACT that many of the pharmaceutical drugs that Big Pharma sells had their origins in plant medicine. Extracts from the plant kingdom have been healing and helping mankind for centuries. Long before the pharmaceutical industry became so powerful.
Because we choose natural remedies and a commonsense approach to nutrition and life, we are not exposing ourselves to the toxic impact of all the chemicals they’re using in the food supply chain. Including chemical fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides and fungicides at the farm, along with growth hormones. Then in the factory the list of chemical additives is a long one. It includes flavor enhancers, preservatives, phthalates in plastic packaging, anti-mould, anti-bacterial, disinfectants, emulsifiers and stabilizers. But they also use anti-microbial agents, antioxidants, artificial colors and flavors, bleaching agents, humectants, thickening agents, and anti-caking agents. And more. (Do a Google search for chemicals used in food processing, but be warned — it’s a worrying topic.)
And because we choose a natural approach to eating and living, we are not forcing our bodies to deal with the high-salt high-sugar and high-fat concoctions that the take-away industry is selling by the truck load.
So… CONGRATULATIONS on adopting a health conscious approach. And WELCOME to NaturalHealthJoy, where you’ll find a growing body of well-researched health presentations across a huge range of health topics.
If you’d like to know a little about me, here are several posts I’ve written that are somewhat autobiographical…
- The Magic of Seaweed From The Beach To Turn Sand Into Rich Productive Soil
- The Mad Professor And The Smelly Drain: Instead of Those Nasty Chemical Cleaners!
- My Story: Instead of Meloxicam’s Adverse Results & Complications
- And I enjoy good clean jokes and funny stories, so here are a few funny posts