A Cherokee Chief was teaching his grandson about life. He said to the boy, “A fight is going on inside me. It’s a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil, full of anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, self-doubt, and ego.
The other is good. He is good, full of joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith.
This same fight is going on inside you – and every other person too.”
The boy thought about it for a minute and then ask his grandfather, “Which wolf will win?”
The grandfather simply replied, “The one you feed.”
America is divided. Many people are having trouble making decisions. The China virus is being used to try and change the way we live. The political parties are divided and there seems to be no compromise from either side.
The same is true in the medical field. The pharmaceutical side is all about the numbers. Get blood work done and they give you the results with a bunch of numbers; and if you don’t fall into the right set of numbers you may need a drug.
Those numbers cover everything from blood pressure, cholesterol, weight, glucose, vitamins, hormones, bone density, and many others. If your levels are too high or too low, they will tell you how important it is to get a prescription drug, therapy, or you may need surgery, based on the numbers.
Then you read about the drug they suggest and learn about the side effects. One example is cholesterol-lowering drugs such as Lipitor or Crestor. These drugs can lower your overall cholesterol but at what cost?
Even though I’m not talking specifically about the financial cost, which can be expensive, I am also talking about the cost to your physical health. Some of the most common side effects are cold-like symptoms, joint pain, diarrhea, urinary tract infection, stomach pain, and nausea. It is also well known that there is more than one type of cancer that can occur when taking statins. Another consideration is that if you do have a heart attack while taking statins, you are up to 90 times more likely to die from the incident.
Other more dramatic disorders caused by statins are myositis, a chronic debilitating condition that includes dermatomyositis and polymyositis. Another disease that statins can cause is called rhabdomyolysis, which can cause severe muscle pain, liver damage, kidney failure and death. Some people call it muscle wasting disease. The list of side effects caused by statins are too long to cover in this newsletter; so I strongly suggest that you go over all the possible side effects before taking any prescription drug.
If you are like me and millions of other Americans, you may want to consider taking the Healthy Heart Combo, which contains the all-natural ingredients that have proven to support your cardiovascular system from start to finish. Not only does it support your cardiovascular system, it is loaded with antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and super foods, making it the most impressive cardiovascular supplement program ever.
We developed it over 15 years ago and now have thousands that no longer take statins, high-blood pressure drugs, anthimeria medications, and other drugs to treat the symptoms of heart disease. These people didn’t stop taking their drugs until their doctor agreed to let them stop and keep an eye on their progress.
Over time, their doctors provided them with the medical reports showing where they were and where they are now. Yes, even the medical profession is finally agreeing with us that sometimes the natural way can help stop the dependency on prescription drugs.
To learn more, go by Herbs & More in Athens or NHC Herb Shop in Killen and get the free CDs called Heart and MSM+C and healing. They are free because the information is so important and interesting that we believe everyone should consider their options.
So, if you are tired of going to the doctor’s office all the time just to be put on more medications, go by one of the locations today.
Your friend in health,
Roy P. Williams