WHAT ELSE YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT SUPPLEMENTS?

Written by Bo Jeune-Fille


COMPANIES do not KNOW HOW TO MAKE HERBAL FORMULAS without BULK VITAMINS and MINERALS! There is a trend onrepparttar market mixing herbs with different ingredients also calledrepparttar 144734 'fillers'. Seriously, just look onrepparttar 144735 label most Supplements are mixed with herbs... Why? To make those products more attractive for you. Extra Vitamins, Minerals and other 'goodies' are purchased as a bulk. So, when you readrepparttar 144736 label you see a long list... yes? THE UGLY TRUTH IS OUT... Minerals are striped of fromrepparttar 144737 sea-salt and from other sea vegetables. Often, man-made synthetic Vitamins and Minerals are added to your supplements and Health Foods. GENERIC/Synthetic Vitamins and Minerals are inexpensive to make, just as generic drugs. One thing those companies do not understand that HERBS should NEVER be mixed together with isolated Vitamins and Minerals. NEVER! Bulk products are often not fresh, different product can have a different exp. date andrepparttar 144738 worse what can happen, when herbs are mixed with them. Herbs are especially sensitive to air exposure so, beforerepparttar 144739 final product is ready herbs are not as potent. Q: WHY HERBS ARE MIXED WITH OTHER INGREDIENTS? There is only ONE answer to this question: It is not easy to make herbal supplement that works! So, companies are adding other by-products to increase their effectiveness. Herbs are smart, they know what to do, and inrepparttar 144740 right hands they are transformed intorepparttar 144741 work of ART. Herbs works best inrepparttar 144742 combination - just as gourmet dish...

Every Obstacle Always Presents an Opportunity

Written by Garret Belisle


In ancient times, a King had a boulder placed on a roadway. Then he hid himself and watched to see if anyone would removerepparttar huge rock. Some ofrepparttar 144560 king's wealthiest merchants and courtiers came by and simply walked around it. Many loudly blamedrepparttar 144561 King for not keepingrepparttar 144562 roads clear, but none did anything about gettingrepparttar 144563 stone out ofrepparttar 144564 way. Then a peasant came along carrying a load of vegetables. Upon approachingrepparttar 144565 boulder,repparttar 144566 peasant laid down his burden and tried to moverepparttar 144567 stone torepparttar 144568 side ofrepparttar 144569 road. After much pushing and straining, he finally succeeded. Afterrepparttar 144570 peasant picked up his load of vegetables, he noticed a purse lying inrepparttar 144571 road whererepparttar 144572 boulder had been. The purse contained many gold coins and a note fromrepparttar 144573 King indicating thatrepparttar 144574 gold was forrepparttar 144575 person who removedrepparttar 144576 boulder fromrepparttar 144577 roadway. The peasant learned what many of us never understand!

Every obstacle presents an opportunity to improve our condition.

An inspirational story I thought, but what does this have to do with me? (you are probably asking yourself this question)

The answer : Everything!!!

Going on some new found venture in anything always has some form of obstacle or obstacles that go along with it, whether it is right in front of you or hidden somewhere, they are always there.

To get a bit off track allow me to share a story with you, many years ago when I was a younger man, I was inrepparttar 144578 military...I remember so many instances that looking back on were all obstacles. Some of course stood right out...while others were carefully hidden (much torepparttar 144579 delight ofrepparttar 144580 instructors) our platoon had startedrepparttar 144581 "Battleschool" training with 42 men and byrepparttar 144582 end we graduated with 21. So in relation torepparttar 144583 story aforementioned those of us who made it through wererepparttar 144584 "peasant" and those who did not wererepparttar 144585 "noblemen" etc. We did not give in torepparttar 144586 obstacles or remove ourselves fromrepparttar 144587 risks involved.

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