Drug Com­pa­nies Ner­vous as Doc­tors and Pa­tients De­mand the AloeCure

Cecil Whig - - LOCAL - By DavidWax­man Seat­tleWash­ing­ton:

Big Pharma ex­ecs stand to lose bil­lions as doc­tors and their pa­tients aban­don drugs like Nex­ium and Prilosec . Drug free rem­edy could put Big Pharma out of the di­ges­tion busi­ness.

Drug com­pany ex­ecs are ner­vous. That’s be­cause the great­est health ad­vance in decades has hit the streets. And an­a­lysts ex­pect it to put a huge crimp in “Big Pharma” prof­its.

So what’s all the fuss about? It’s about a new in­gre­di­ent that’s chang­ing the lives of peo­ple who use it. Some call it “the great­est dis­cov­ery since peni­cillin”! And oth­ers call it “a


So you’ve been tak­ing pro­ton pump in­hibitors (PPI’s) for years and you feel just fine. In June of 2015 a ma­jor study shows that chronic PPI use in­creases the risk of heart at­tack in general pop­u­la­tion.

De­bil­i­tat­ing brain dis­or­ders are on the rise. Cutting edge re­search shows that the health of your brain is closely linked by the state of healthy bac­te­ria that comes from your gut. The things hap­pen­ing in your belly today might be de­cid­ing your risk for any num­ber of brain con­di­tions- Stud­ies have been on­go­ing since the 1990’s. New stud­ies sug­gest that tak­ing PPI’s at both low and high dosage dis­rupts a healthy hu­man gut.

Drug com­pa­nies are un­der­stand­ably up­set since AloeCure de­liv­ers quicker

and bet­ter health ben­e­fits.

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