A natural

Think of St Jude as a natural alternative to a prescription drug. That’s what Holly C. Corbett writes for Prevention: 

“These drug-free remedies may help you prevent chronic disease and tackle illness—without side effects,” the article begins, adding that putting “more fish on our dish” can have an anti-depressant effect. Corbett quotes Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum who urges a daily dose of omega-3 fatty acids with a  teaspoon of cod liver oil or  1 capsule of Vectomega.

“Or make an effort to eat low-mercury fish … twice a week,” Corbett writes, “make your own light tuna salad by mixing low-mercury canned tuna, such as Fishing Vessel St. Jude … with greens and 2 tablespoons reduced-fat olive oil and balsamic vinegar dressing.”

Corbett’s article also recommends other great alternatives to medicines for blood pressure, anxiety, insomnia, pain and other common ailments.

Dr Teitelbaum is the author of Real Cause, Real Cure from Rodale.

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