The Only Supplements You Need For Excellent Health

I used to have an addiction to health supplements.

I would read Amazon and iHerb user reviews.

I would scour the earth clinic forum of people literally “changing their lives” because they added a pill or tincture to their daily regimen.

I would take Ascorbic acid, Sodium ascorbate, NAC, creatine, multivitamins, Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium, B-complex, L-Glutamine, and many others.

I spent thousands of dollars on supplements, and in the end I’m no better for it.

In fact, it was when I stopped taking them and started looking at health from a different angle that I started feeling like a new person.

See, people want silver-bullet solutions to all of their woes.

I definitely did, but the real key to feeling healthy has much more to do with what you avoid rather than what you put into your body.

For a complete list of things to avoid, refer to the unapproved resources page.

Most of the “benefits” from multivitamins and specific vitamin and mineral tinctures are placebos, or are band-aid solutions to bigger problems, such as congested, overly-burdened organs that can’t do their jobs properly from bad lifestyle habits and mindsets that attract ill health.

Ironically, health supplements make you unhealthy .

A for Away. This vitamin, and beta carotene, help to boost immunity against disease. It also assists in the healing process of diseases such as measles and is recommended by the WHO. Good natural sources of vitamin A are kidneys, liver, dairy products, green and yellow vegetables, pawpaw, mangoes, chilli pepper, red sorrel and red palm oil.

They not only make you physically unhealthy and imbalanced, but mentally unhealthy.

Health is not found in a bottle.

Health is found in enjoying yourself, avoiding the bad and consuming the good in reasonable quantities.

There is no easy way to be healthy. It takes willpower, just like anything else worth achieving. You can’t just buy health.

Many supplements also come with additives, such as Titanium Dioxide, which promotes inflammation and makes you more susceptible to cancer.

We have bodies that haven’t really changed for the past 250,000+ years and are best at assimilating nutrients from whole foods, not extracted pills from a lab.

Make your “supplements” whole foodsupplements.

The only “supplements” you need:

Cod Liver Oil

I’ve been taking cod liver oil since 2013 and swear by it. It cleared up my acne, improved my dental health and keeps me in a great mood.

If you buy the right brand, (Rosita) you’ll be getting all of the essential, hard-to-get nutrients for optimal health in one place and in the right ratios, which is Vitamin A, Vitamin D3, Omega 3 fatty acids and Iodine.

High Vitamin Butter Oil

The Dr. Weston A. Price noticed that Cod Liver Oil was less effective when it wasn’t paired with high vitamin butter oil.

It contains the “X-Factor,” or Vitamin K2, which works in synergy with Vitamins A and D.

Spend Time Outside. During the summer months, it is particularly enjoyable to spend time outside. This is great because spending time in the sun will allow us to soak up all the benefits of its warm rays. The UV rays created by the sun are wonderful in helping us to regulate our internal clock. Sunlight increases our production of melanin, a hormone that helps improve our mood and sleep. We recommend that you take a break in your busy day and go for a little walk in the sun, if possible.

Raw Milk

Raw, unpasteurized milk is an incredible health food that enhances the immune system and increases overall vitality.

Hard to find, but oh so good.

Add some raw honey to a glass of raw milk and regular old ice cream will taste like garbage thereafter.


Liver is probably the most nutrient-dense, health-promoting food out there.

Walter Breuning, who lived until 114, claimed liver and onions to be his favorite meal.

All traditional cultures’ diets have liver on the menu.

Egg Yolks

Emma Morano lived to 117yrs old and started everyday off with two raw eggs.

Have about 2 eggs everyday with the yolks, and make sure they’re pasture-raised.

Real Sea Salt

Refined salt has iodine, but it’s also found to have MSG and other toxic additives.

Refined salt also raises blood pressure, whereas sea salt has a ton of health benefits thanks to its mineral content, the most astounding being increased hydration.

Natural Antibiotics (When Sick)

Lugol’s Iodine

You need to know what you’re doing when it comes to Iodine supplementation, because you can also mess yourself up if you take it incorrectly.

However, if used with caution, it can kill just about any pathogen in your system and fix hypothyroidism.

Get Soft, Kissable Skin With A Natural Pomegranate, Raspberry, and Sweet Almond Oil Blend. Naturally hydrate dry skin and add an extra glow to the end of your skincare routine by creating a natural antioxidant-rich oil blend. Apply after cleansing or after putting on makeup. Mix together equal parts Pomegranate seed oil, Raspberry seed oil, and Sweet Almond Oil, or get the already made The Spa Dr. Glow Boost.

I took it when I got food poisoning and felt better within hours.

Oregano Oil

Oregano oil cured my girlfriend’s chronic sinus infection that antiobiotics couldn’t treat.

It kills antibiotic-resistant bacteria and comes with a host of other health benefits.

Raw Garlic

Whenever I feel a hint of illness approaching, I up my raw garlic consumption and simply never get sick. It’s a wide-spectrum anti-virus, anti-fungal, and anti-bacterial agent provided by nature.

To Wrap Up

All of the nutrients your body, mind and spirit need to thrive, or correct course, are most effective in their most natural forms.

Ditch the pills.