Current estimates show that between 50% - 70% of all adult
Americans take prescription drugs. Over 85% of Americans
take some kind OTC or prescription drug every single day.
Now, drugs certainly do have their purpose and have saved
or helped many a life, so it's not that they're all bad or
But what all drugs ARE is a bunch of chemicals. Chemicals
that are foreign substances to your body. Things that were
not put in you at birth by the Creator.
So what happens is your body reacts to these chemical
"invaders" and you get side effects.
Here's the scoop on drug side effects like you've never
heard it before:
First of all, what you won't see in the tiny print in
those drug pamphlets is that one of the most common reasons
people get stomach problems from drugs is that many drugs
throw your intestinal bacteria completely out of balance.
They help create an environment in which the bad bacteria
grow out of control and they overcome and kill off your
This is devastating...
When this happens, your digestion is not as efficient as
it must be. So you can end up with stomach bloating, gas,
pain, constipation and diarrhea.
But the possible side effects don't stop there.
You see, the bad bacteria eat away at your intestinal
lining, making it porous like a sieve. Once this happens,
you can get toxins and incompletely digested proteins
leaking out into your abdomen and bloodstream, causing pain
and inflammation all over your body.
This can mean headaches, backaches, joint pain, soreness
and fatigue, to name a few.
So, it's not surprising that many drugs cause side effects
like headaches, joint or muscle pain and digestive
Now you know a major reason why.
Drug side effects are yet another reason why it's
essential to keep your intestinal flora balanced.
About the Author
Sherry Brescia is a natural health researcher, president
of Holistic Blends, Inc. and author of the mega best-
selling Great Taste No Pain Health System.
She has over 20 years experience in the medical research
field, and cured herself from IBS in 1992 by changing her
diet and eating the way she now teaches in her Great Taste
No Pain system.
Sherry has made it her life's mission to help others with
digestive challenges by educating them about the role of
diet in overall health and the importance of an alkaline pH.
**The FDA has not evaluated all of these statements. The
contents of this email are not to be considered medical
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experiencing health challenges, always consult your doctor
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