Supplements, Pregnancy and Death
If you are taking supplements, or powder, or detox cleansing drinks, or any of the products for weight lost or body sculpting, you are injuring the organs of your body.
You will see them promoted as nutritional supplements for energy, nutrition, weight loss and sports promoting.
As we speak, there is testimony going on in Washington D.C. to regulate or eliminate these products all together. You can get supplements with a potent dose of additives like caffeine over the counter and online is disconcerting, highlighting the need for better regulation of these types of substances.
These products are meant to raise your blood pressure which gives you false energy, and
terribly effects your nervous system. They claim to have amino acids, where they tell you your body can not produce them, vitamins and minerals, and then look closely at the caffeine, and sometime L-tyrosine.
Any medical personnel will tell you that your body produces the right amount of amino acids that your body needs. More than what you need is dangerous! They will usually list the vitamins and minerals, which can be impressive, but again, medical personnel will tell you how dangerous it is to take individual B vitamins. The levels of caffeine are usually 200 times the normal daily intake.
We are seeing infertility rates triple when a woman has taken these products. You need that fat tissue around your abdomen, that men do not have, in order to get pregnant, and to carry a successful baby to term. We are seeing a large number of deaths being reported in emergency medicine rooms, in people under the age of 30. Women over the age of 50, might have the right intention with their protein shake, but it is killing them.
These are all legal acquired products, over the counter, or through a respectable representative.
However, some are still under the impression that, because they’re “supplements,” they can’t possibly hurt — which underscores the need for more regulation in the U.S. — but in the meantime, we should heed the warnings.
So, beware and be smart: Over-the-counter supplements are not without dangers, and they can be just potent as the drugs prescribed by your doc.
Perhaps more so.