Good health is a blessing not bestowed upon everyone. Can you afford to purchase good health from a bottle? Probably not.
I buy a few vitamin and mineral supplements from Dr. David Williams. My father recommended that I try his Joint Advantage solution to avoid replacement of an arthritic knee.
I still have my knee and it works fine, thanks in part to the vitamin, mineral, and herbal supplement from Dr. Williams.
Recently I received a catalog from Dr. Williams’ store. I cannot provide a positive endorsement of every product in the catalog, but all those I’ve tried have provided good results.
Why haven’t I tried everything? Because I cannot afford to be that healthy.
The catalog is full of dozens of products. A month of the Daily Advantage vitamin supplement is $50. A bottle of Probiotics is $25, for a month’s supply. You see where this is goin, right?
The Daily Advantage multi-vitamin and Probiotic is $65 a month. Add it up and it’s easy to spend $100 a month for supplements and we haven’t even left the tummy and intestines yet.
The Blood Sugar Advantage will set you back $28 for a bottle that lasts a month. Good health has a price tag. A monthly price tag that often exceeds the cost of good food.
Dr. Williams has products for your eyes, prostrate gland, urinary tract, heart and other organs I don’t remember from anatomy studies in school. Say goodbye to another $100 a month. It’s the cost of good health. Something from Tibet improves circulation and removes from circulation $30 a month.
Nattokinase from Japan supports circulation, blood pressure, and more, for a mere $30 a month.
For the most part, the catalog highlights products which “may” help, or “supports” this or that function. Eyes can be nourished and protected for only $34 a month. An extra $18 will help your eye by using the best-kept secret for healthy eyes, Bilberry, whatever that is.
The world’s most expensive sardines and salmon are available through Dr. Williams’ store. They taste great. But the sardine fishermen are proud of their catch. Even simple nutrition bars are $2.00 each in a case of 24.
For the most part, I eat healthy, and take a few vitamins and minerals to supplement where I think I may have a shortage. But if I really wanted to become healthy, I would have more of a shortage of money than good health.