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The Cost Of Being Sick And One Possible Alternative: Glyconutrition


A lot of people I've talked with about health supplements usually are coming from about the same place - you know: "been there, done that." People are tired of hearing about the latest and greatest and - for the most part - figure that all supplements are pretty much the same.

People also agree that vitamin and mineral supplements might help a little, but that they're definitely limited like helping someone get over some huge illness like cancer.

And actually, up until a few years ago, that was true. People took vitamins and minerals just because that seemed like the thing to do, but no one really saw any of the kind of results that would - you know - be considered fairly miraculous.

So I think it's normal to think that "If there was some kind of a real breakthrough out there with nutritional supplements, I'd already have heard about it - or at least my doctor would of."

So, OK, let me say something right now. You can believe me or not, but here's the thing: I've been looking in to a nutritional supplement category called "glyconutrition" since I first heard about it about 2 years ago. Personally, there's no doubt, at least in my mind, that - and it doesn't matter what kind of health condition you're talking about - glyconutrition will at the very least help, and in many cases, bring very sick people back to full, radiant health.

It seems to me that, given the state of today health care crisis, everyone should know about any supplement - like glyconutrition - that significantly increases the chances of staying healthy.

In a book that came out last year called: "The Cost of Being Sick", medical establishment insider Nicholas Webb shows us with a lot of facts and figures how messed up the health care system really is. And by that I mean: expensive and unreliable and - unless you've been living under a rock somewhere - you probably already know that.

Looking Nick Webb's facts and figures, it's clear that insurance rates and healthcare costs are just spiraling to the point where - already a lot of people are excluded and as time goes on here in the next 5 to 10 years, most people won't be able to afford the insurance premiums which will, by that time, will amount to the same as your average mortgage payment. Think about that. That's huge.

But some of us are lucky - especially if we can see into the future. Not with ESP, but by being smart enough to be able to read the writing on the wall.

Now, assuming you CAN recognize the signs of danger, what can you do about it? That's the bottom line, isn't it? What can any of us DO about it?

So that's a good question. So, let's look at some of the options.

One option is that you can do nothing. I mean, you can just hope your health hangs in there and take your chances.

The other option is to take some action. Now, admittedly, up until recently there wasn't much of anything you could do. But that changed ten years ago. It changed when a pharmacologist working for the drug industry stumbled onto one of the most important health discoveries of our lifetime: glyconutrition.

I would highly recommend doing some research on glyconutrition because it's probably the best form of health assurance you can get.

In today's world of rising health costs, glyconutrition is one of the most effective strategies available to you and your family.

David Lear is a freelance writer whose primary interest is glyconutrition. Testimonials, scientific validation, and other information about glyconutrition can be found at http://www.glycoresults.com


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