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Illness Isn't Caused By A Drug Deficiency!: - Healthy Choices & Whole…

by Vic Shayne Ph.D.

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Despite the widespread dependence of the Western world on prescription and over-the-counter medications, Dr. Shayne lets you discover hidden secrets that may save your life: most illnesses are due to toxins, stress, exposure to extreme temperature changes and "foul-nutrition;" and that "no illness or disease is ever caused by a drug deficiency." Drugs don't build health, nutrients do! Learn how the nutrients within foods are the building blocks to health and recovery, while most people in our modern world are trying to survive on dead, processed foods that cannot support life. Dr. Shayne boldly uncovers the health-destroying politics of modern medicine, marketing and advertising that keeps us from discovering the wondrous healing powers of nature.

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