In case you missed the big news lately, those herbal supplements you’re buying have a few big problems.
Put simply, they are selling you filter products with different labels. The second point which probably matters less to supplement users, is that there is no scientific evidence that the supplements you want are worth the liver damage.
The assumption at work here is that somehow these supplement companies are more concerned with your help than food companies seems ridiculous to me. The Logical Fallacy at work here is that being natural is somehow healthier completely ignores the dangers of nature, like botulism, anthrax, salmonella, and being eaten alive by bears.
Why waste extra money ingredients that don’t work, in pills that don’t have any of the actual ingredients you think, made by companies who deliberately mislead their customers? By all accounts it doesn’t make sense.
I don't take that artificial powder drink crap that comes from a factory.
That's good, Mitch.
Yeah, I stick to whey protein, because it's natural.
So this powder from a factory is artificial. But this one, also from a factory, is natural?
It says so right here.