Thursday, 7 March 2013


Through our negligence and urgency for better, cheaper, so called, infallible health and looks, we acquire with ease serious injury or even death, from fraudulent sales and products that abounds our effortless and gullible reach.

The starting point of all achievement is desire. Weak desire brings weak results.

What these products are meant to do is to prey on people's desires for easy solutions to difficult health problems and often give credits or make claims related to weight loss, sexual performance, memory loss and serious diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis and Alzheimer's disease. Yes, people can even sell cheaper pills that make humans grow wings.

It is easy to hate and it is difficult to love. This is how the whole scheme of things works. All good things are difficult to achieve; and bad things are very easy to get.

Besides wasting our money, use of these fraudulent stuff can cause serious injuries or simply death.

A man may fulfill the object of his existence by asking a question he cannot answer, and attempting a task he cannot achieve.

Fraudulent products will sometimes, if not always, contain hidden issues or ingredients that can be harmful when consumed. Otherwise these con products, can set back or even render early successful diagnosis impossible or out of reach.

The whole point of getting things done is knowing what to leave undone.

The FDA shares the scrutiny that;

One product does it all.
Be suspicious of products that claim to cure a wide range of diseases.

Personal testimonials.
Success stories, such as, "It cured my diabetes" or "My tumors are gone," are easy to make up and not a substitute for scientific evidence.

Quick fixes.
Few diseases or conditions can be treated quickly, even with legitimate products.

All natural.
Some plants can kill when consumed. The FDA also has found numerous products promoted as "all natural" that contain hidden and dangerously high doses of prescription drug ingredients or untested artificial ingredients.

Claims such as "miracle cure," "new discovery," "scientific breakthrough" or "secret ingredient." Discoveries of real cures for serious diseases are widely reported in the media and prescribed by doctors, not revealed in ads, infomercials or on websites.

Conspiracy theories.
Claims that drug companies and the government are working together to hide information about a miracle cure are untrue and unfounded.

Somehow we wouldn't believe that there are any heights that can't be scaled by a man who knows the secrets of making dreams come true. This special secret, it seems to us, can be summarized in four C s. They are curiosity, confidence, courage, and constancy, and the greatest of all is confidence. When you believe in a thing, believe in it all the way, implicitly and unquestionable. Such is the beauty of life and in it dwells our hopes and aspirations.