The hidden costs of medications

Can medications prevent or hinder your efforts to lose weight and become healthy? Is it possible that there are side effects that neither you nor your doctor know about when you receive a prescription? Can medications cause nutrient deficiencies and should you therefore supplement when you take them?

Jackie Eberstein advocates a low-carb lifestyle as a way of getting healthy and possibly get off of (or lower the dose of) medications. In this talk she outlines what certain medicines might do in your body and what you can do about it.

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The Hidden Costs of Medications – Jackie Eberstein

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Here’s what our members have said about the presentation:

This was a real eye-opener for me. Jackie Eberstein’s talks are always worthwhile.
– Sarah

This was the most informative video I have watched on the site in some time.
Could help many people having a hard time with getting results.
Not sure the topic is correct to the subject matter.
– Dan

Excellent presentation!
– Nancy

Eye-opening information! Thank you for the presentation.
– Francoise

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One comment

  1. Dirk
    Most of the information I read is referring to the current situation in the USA as it is there that the biggest problems show up. However are there also figures about the costs of medicine in Europe, or individual European countries for that matter ?
    E.g. I would be very interested to know how the figures in my country (Belgium) relate those of our neighbouring countries like the Netherlands, France, Germany or the UK.

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