“The latest studies on vitamins have some medical experts saying ‘case closed’ – it’s time for most consumers to stop wasting money on multivitamins and other supplements, because they have no proven benefits and some possible harms.” This quote is from a researcher from John Hopkins School of Medicine.
Canadians spend nearly $3-billion a year on vitamin pills and other dietary supplements hoping they can function as a form of insurance against dietary and lifestyle lapses.
My Colleague, Kate Johnson, from the state of Maryland writes about finding another solution to skin problems than the vitamins and supplements she was taking. She writes: ‘Because I didn’t smoke, did eat well and exercised regularly, I began to search for other ways. I knew there must be something else.’
Read Kate’s article and find out how she found a complete cure for her condition that a dermatologist had pronounced incurable. She also shares an apropos quote from Mary Baker Eddy, who explored the spiritual nature of health and challenged “health laws” of her day: “The poor suffering heart needs its rightful nutriment, such as peace, patience in tribulation, and a priceless sense of the dear Father’s loving kindness.”
An inspiring read: Do we really need vitamins to be healthy?