Pharmaceutical Drugs vs Nutraceutical Supplements

LAST UPDATED: January 12, 2017

Did you know that only a drug can cure a disease?

It’s not a fact. But it’s a law (as a result of some serious lobbying).

And it changes everything.

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According to the FD&C, by definition, only drugs can claim to cure, prevent, mitigate, or treat a disease [section 201(g)]. Nothing else may make that claim—certainly not a food or supplement.

Pharmaceutical Drugs vs Nutraceutical Supplements

The easiest way to explain the difference between pharmaceutical prescriptions vs nutraceuticals is simply to say, pharmaceutical drugs are made in labs and nutraceutical supplements are made in nature.

They can have similar affects on the human body, but the long-term affects can be devastatingly different.

Every prescription drug and over the counter retail medication has received something called FDA approval. Ironically, the FDA often approves drugs that are outrageously unsafe, causing so many deaths that they are subsequently pulled from the market and banned.

“The US National Poison Data System’s latest report records only a single death concurrent with supplement use—an “unknown dietary supplement or homeopathic agent”—with no deaths reported before 2009. On the other hand, it shows that, of all products to which we are exposed that might cause harm, pharmaceutical drugs caused 80% of fatalities—with 122 deaths attributed just to acetaminophen—an over-the-counter pain reliever sold under the brand name Tylenol.” – source ANH USA

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Obviously, we’re all advocates for all-natural nutrition, but unfortunately due to the legal claim that only drugs can cure, prevent, mitigate, or treat a disease– nutraceutical supplements cannot be recommended by doctors when someone is suffering from an illness or disease.

Ask someone who is benefiting from the health effects of Kyäni’s Triangle of Health how many doctors referred them to the product.

The answer, will probably be “very few”.

If a health ingredient is natural, it’s not patentable. Kyani is all-natural and easy to take. The medical industry is supported by patented prescription medications created by pharmaceutical companies.

Pharmaceutical vs Nutraceutical

People Are Starting To Realize

Aside from nutraceutical being a very difficult word to spell, it’s what people are now clamoring for to restore their health and prolong their life naturally.

We live in a fast-paced world where a quick fix, although convenient, is something that brings with it side-effects that sometimes lead to other even more deadly health concerns.

With the introduction of Kyäni and their flagship Triangle of Health, people are now experiencing a convenient way to create a healthier lifestyle that’s backed by science. The incredible health results being achieved throughout the world is all the satisfaction Kyani customers and distributors need.

(In fact, Kyani is so confident that they offer a 30-day money-back guarantee. Have you ever seen a pharmaceutical company offer you that?)

Even though all-natural health supplements like Kyäni cannot claim to prevent or treat disease, everyone knows that they may often be used for this purpose, either by consumers who have studied the scientific research, or by doctors themselves.

Have you ever tried a nutraceutical product? The benefits are life-changing.

It’s Not To Late! Try Kyäni’s Health Triangle.

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