Are Your Medications Causing Disease and Illness?

Most medications never get to the root cause of disease and illness, only treating symptoms.

Did you know that pharmaceuticals and over-the-counter medications deplete vital nutrients your body needs on a daily basis? For example:

Steroids deplete Calcium, Folic Acid, Magnesium, Potassium, Selenium, Vitamin C, Vitamin D and Zinc.
Blood Pressure medications deplete Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, COQ10, B6 and Zinc.
Cholesterol medications deplete COQ10, Vitamin E & Omega 3.
Birth Control Pills deplete all the B vitamins, including Folic Acid, essential fatty acids (the Omegas) and many others.
Acid blockers like Tums and Rolaids deplete Vitamin B12.

Vitamins and minerals are the gas and spark plugs critical for all organs and systems. They keep your body nourished and provide the energy (or the calm) required. These nutrient depletions can cause any of the following:

Anxiety
Depression
Heart Irregularities
Stroke
Body Aches, Pains
Heaviness in legs
Parkinsons
Alzheimers
Headaches/Migraines
Osteoporosis/Osteopenia
Gray Hair
Hair Loss
Bad Breath

Think about the medication you’re taking and its negative effects on your body. Why not let me help you get to the root cause of the reason you’re taking medications?

Did you know that heavy toxic metals such as lead, cadmium, mercury, arsenic and aluminum can push out precious minerals to create their own hiding place? This could be the root cause of why you’re taking meds.

This article was written by Dr. Sharon Price, PhD, CN

http://www.nutritionaldirection.com

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