Is Natural Medicine slowly becoming the new Prescription for Better Health?
Codeco® Nutrilife, the natural supplements brand preferred by US Hispanics, strongly believes that natural medicine (the oldest form of medicine) is capable of improving your health. Codeco recognizes the big achievements traditional medicine has brought to humanity but also regrets to inform that it causes 15,000 deaths per month in the United States.
Sep 14, 2011, 07:30 ET
HOLLYWOOD, Fla., Sept. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- During the past few years more people have sought alternatives to prescription medicine to address their health concerns. Many attribute this phenomenon to the high cost of healthcare in times of economic hardship for many Americans, others have claimed they are tired of the side effects chemicals produce in their bodies, and there are even some that are just starting to doubt the real effectiveness of pharmaceutical treatments.
If people who use alternative medicine are reporting improvement with their health, why isn't everybody using complementary medicine as part of their treatment regiments? According to the FDA and the US law, only pharmaceutical drugs can make claims about treatments and disease prevention. This is why every natural product sold in the United States has a disclaimer on their label that state they are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, neither intend to treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Even though there is scientific data and social proof that back up the effectiveness of some alternative medicine, this doesn't seem enough to inspire the government to reform any of the alternative medicine regulations. Meanwhile, a shocking fact reveals the dark side of traditional medicine. "According to an article published in the American Journal of Medicine and the US Department of Health and Human Services, the third leading cause of death in the United States are medical treatments; about 15,000 people die per month," said Doctor Peter Glidden on an interview on ihealthtube.com.
New Supplement Plans and a Digital Natural Health Magazine
According to some figures from Pew Research Center, the number of people using the Internet to research symptoms and treatments is increasing at a fast pace. This emerging need of information inspired Codeco® Nutrilife to develop a natural health magazine available online to keep its audience informed about proper nutrition, exercises and to promote healthier lifestyles.
Less than a week ago, this leading health company also launched 15 new supplement plans in response to its clients demand for more natural products to help them supplement their nutrition and optimize their health.
Codeco® Nutrilife encourages you to take control over your health and wellness by rediscovering the undisputable wisdom and healing power of nature.
SOURCE Codeco(R) Nutrilife
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