I now remember what I wanted to write about.
It’s not what I really wanted to write about though, but it will have to do for now.
Up until I have the guts to vent like I should.
I’m being a typical man and I’m not talking about what really ails me.
I think because we “men” don’t talk much.
It’s stuff like that that leads to depression hey?
“Vitamins” was what I wanted to talk about.
The best I’ve had being from Nutrilite.
I used to take them to supplement the “empty” food we are now being sold.
Food that’s missing the organic, nutrition and minerals our bodies needs to function fully.
These missing elements that we don’t find in our food I feel adds to the cause of my generation breeding children with disorders, this is my non-academic opinion.
But I am not an expert researcher on disorders and their link to the current artificial foods we are eating.
I’m just stating the difference you will feel being on supplements and vitamins, and then being off them…it’s a HUGE difference.
And I need to get my fix.
Food suppliers are competing against one another with producing food products that they need to push out as quickly as possible, in order to be competitive.
The faster the food reaches us, the better for them.
Meaning that most food products need to be artificially grown at an unnatural pace to meet these deadlines.
We end up eating artificial food and their chemicals, that in the long run are not good for our bodies.
These chemicals compound and mutate.
Fusing to our DNA and if we, the consumers, don’t feel the full effects of them, the next generation will.
Hence the uprising of children born with disorders or disabilities…maybe.
Organic supplements that help with mental fatigue, and increase your energy levels, some cleanse of your blood vessels, others boost your iron and immune system.
Some people cannot drink milk but need to strengthening their bone, hence they take calcium supplements to help with that.
Because at the end of the day humans need to eat food, but due to what the food lacks we need to supplement that gap.
To better improve our health but more importantly to benefit our future seeds.