Animal products and processed foods are inflammatory, carcinogenic, and extremely fattening. The relationship between our government and complicit industries is insidious. The market for animal products is subsidized and cheapened, while the pharmaceutical industry reaps the rewards off the backs of the chronically ill and the livestock they’re fed.
Rather than discuss the gloom and doom, why not find a solution! Here are 3 of the most commonly taken pharmaceutical remedies, and a natural swap for every one!
Ibuprofen works predominantly as an anti-swelling agent and pain reliever. It is most commonly seen on your shelves as Advil. Ibuprofen and Naproxen, commonly seen as Aleve are members of the NSAID family of drugs are effective in treating orthopedic injuries and other swelling related health issues.
However, they are dangerous to those with bleeding or kidney issues.
The most common symptom of hyperacidity is heartburn and acid reflux. The result can be a very unpleasant and burning sensation as high as the throat, as the body struggles to break down corrosive chemicals embedded in many foods.
Most notably, Diphenhydramine, or Benadryl finds its way into the cabinet of most everybody. Used as a sedative and anti-allergen, Benadryl is effective, but induces sedation and is a risk for anyone intending an active schedule while taking the drug.
Note: Planet Protein and the author of this blog do not claim to offer professional medical advice. Always consult a doctor before beginning or ending any prescription cycle.
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