What’s in your little yellow bottle?
When you go to the doctor, the “help” he/she offers usually comes in a little yellow bottle.
If you are like most people, you take what your doctor gives you.
Do you wonder if it’s the right option, or do you just take the pill?
It’s a really good idea to at least check out the side effects for the drug you have just been given BEFORE you swallow it!
Should you be concerned about Metoprolol side effects or would you rather let your doctor worry about that?
I mean, your doctor wouldn’t give you a drug that would cause you harm, would he/she?
It’s easy to trust your doctor because you know that your doctor knows more than you do.
The problem is that your doctor has been educated by an educational system with incredible bias built in. The drug companies that subsidize your doctor’s education are invested in making sure that your doctor’s job is to drug your symptoms!
Many doctors feel fearful to even tell you that nutrition is one choice for managing your symptoms. Nutrition is MUCH safer than drugs and the side effects that come with them, so why so much concern about nutritional advice?
The fear of nutrition is not about your well being, it’s about their liability.
Your doctor isn’t liable if the drug he (or she) gives you KILLS you, but he is worried that he may risk his livelihood by giving you solid harmless advice.
The drug companies as well as the corn refiners want you to “ask your doctor” for advice.
Yet, clinical nutritionists who should know nutritional facts much better than any other doctor are threatened to cease and desist from telling you the bitter truth.
Drugging symptoms is not removing cause and high fructose corn syrup is NOT corn sugar, it is poison. Those are 2 facts your Clinical Nutritionist can tell you are true, but they will be threatened when they say it!
The truth will suppress profits and the powers that be know it.
Today I want to talk to you about a drug that I see so often that it concerns me.
Do you take Metoprolol?
You need to know all the facts if you do.
After reading the following information re-posted from another web site, you may decide you’d like to explore alternatives before agreeing to drug yourself with Metoprolol.