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The Bureaucrats Threat to True Health
True health is far more than freedom from disease and defined clearly by the World Health Organisation as: ‘Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.’ Part of our right to true health is to be able to purchase life-enhancing natural food supplements. This right is being destroyed by EEC regulators, influenced by drug companies. For years Mike Tawse’s body struggled to survive, with up to 14 different drugs prescribed for the cardio and respiratory problems he experienced from being born with cerebral palsy. The turning point came when Mike started taking an enzyme called Serrapeptase®, as a natural anti-inflammatory and pain reliever.
Mike’s lung function and heart rate returned to normal swiftly, confirmed by his doctor, and as the months passed, he took responsibility for his well-being and stopped taking his prescription medications. He has never restarted them.
Mike says: “The EEC ban on supplements would cause thousands of people distress and close many health food stores. Most serious of all, it could undermine the most fundamental right of everyone: to live long and healthily.” The right to life and health is a legal right according to The European Convention on Human Rights.
Many nutritional supplements have been safely used for over 50 years but currently suppliers must spend over £100,000 per formula to prove their worth and safety. To help fight the ban on or sign up for newsletters, go to www.anh-europe.org/about-us and www.consumersforhealthchoice.com in the UK, or www.anh-usa.org in the US. You can contact Mike at: http://thehealthcaresurvivor.com.