If you haven’t heard or seen a lot of it lately, there has been a trend and fad of “super juices.” Many of these juices make claims of healing ailments and disease. But how valid are these claims?We all want to be strong and healthy; we’d do whatever we can to defeat death or avoid the effects of aging (such as cancer, wrinkles, feeling tired, and all sorts of degenerative diseases).
But what is disturbing about this trend is the attitude towards health and wellness. Everyone is so conditioned to medications that if they do not see instant results, they claim it will not work. And so they will go for the super juice that will “cure them” of cancer.
That, my friends, is not nature’s way; that is, figuratively speaking, sorcery.
I have had my share of diseases and potentially critical sicknesses that almost lead me to death, to know that even the “super juices” cannot do it all for you. Many of them are not good for either, even if the claims say they are.
It’s always important that all clinical studies be made by peer reviews – that third party research be done and for longer periods as much as possible.
I always recommend only one line of health and wellness products, because I believe it works and have to protect my reputation as a consultant. If I were to recommend another product and it does not work, I can severely damage my reputation. So I always back everything up as much as possible.
Real healing, wellness and health always boils down to wholefood nutrition, combined with exercise and meditative practices. As that famous song by Kenny Loggins would say, we are after all, one with the earth, with the sky, and one with everything in life.
Real healing also does take time. It goes along with a growth process. A tree or plant does not grow fast overnight. If It did, it would die quickly as it had grown.
It is no different with us humans.
Healing and growth are practically the same thing, depending of which direction it takes you.
So the next time somebody says that a super juice will heal you fast, be very, very careful.
You can expire as fast as you would heal in the same amount of time.