“If you take a look around you will notice a vast majority of people are sick with something, either mentally, physically, or both. Obesity is an epidemic, but high cholesterol and blood pressure have come to be considered normal, while our youth struggle with diabetes, asthma, and ADD. Most people expect that once they hit a certain age they will have to face the reality of taking medication to control their problems. But when did this become normal? When did we start accepting the notion that our medical problems are “hereditary?” The only thing that seems to be inherited is a lack of knowledge and the desire to be self-destructive.”
Read the rest of Tiffany Janay’s article from October’s Nug Magazine article by clicking HERE.