A friend of mine told me that OPC-3 saved his son's life.
It saved my son's life while in the womb...got rid of my gout and had way more endurance. Felt more clear minded when taking it. Haven't taken it
in a while because I can't afford it with being so broke...LOL! My experience has been positive with all of the isotonix products, including the
If it were that great though, why don't they sell it in stores?
I asked my friend and mentor Walt Goodridge about this, and here is his reply, which he made a blog post out of:
"Your question is fundamentally flawed.
It presumes that mainstream companies that sell to supermarkets are in the business of making people healthy and better. They are not. These companies
(think Kelloggs, Kraft Foods, etc.) are and remain in business selling products at a profit, and generating repeat customers who get hooked on their
products. That’s why there is sugar in table salt (look at the ingredients in Morton Table Salt in the US), sweeteners in soda, preservatives, MSG
and other unnecessary, harmful and addictive ingredients in many products you find on supermarket shelves.
There is little that is sold in supermarkets that is really “good” for you. (Personally, the only thing I buy in supermarkets are toilet paper and
bottled water. I get everything else from farmers markets and organic health food stores, or directly from the tree when I’m on Saipan)
To mass market a product requires that there be a viable profit margin selling your product at a price the masses find reasonable. The majority of
items sold in supermarkets, therefore, are essentially garbage because they can be produced at low cost using inferior industrially-farmed, mass
produced, genetically modified ingredients, sold at a low cost to fit within the budget of the widest audience.
It is a flaw to use widespread availability as a determinant for a product’s health effectiveness.
Your statement also presumes that the overall thrust of the FDA (Food and Drug Administration)–as well as the medical profession in general– is to
cure illness. It is not. Similar to food companies, the prime directive is to keep people unhealthy so that their income through the peddling of
pharmaceutical drugs is maintained.
The Gerson Therapy is outlawed in the US BECAUSE it cures cancer. Hydrogren Peroxide, DMSO, clay, etc. are all downplayed as miracle cures BECAUSE
they are, and are easily accessible by the public. There is a war against nutritional supplements for the same reason.
It is a flaw to rely on medical acceptance and government support as a determinant for a product’s health effectiveness.
So, to answer your question:
It may be precisely BECAUSE it is so valuable that you will NOT see it in supermarkets. The moment you DO see such a product in a supermarket at a
“reasonable” priced, that’s when you can be sure that (a) the original manufacturers have sold it to a larger concern who may have changed the
production/growing process and stripped it of its original value in order to make a profit, and/or (b) lower cost inferior ingredients are being used
towards that same goal. (This is what people are saying happened to Solgar, Burts Bees, Tom’s of Maine, and other brands. See
I could go on, but the reason things don’t seem to make sense is because your paradigm is flawed.
Did you know that lightbulbs can be manufactured to last longer? Did you know that rubber car tires and component parts of electronics can be made not
to wear out as quickly as they do? Your question is similar to asking “If those lightbulbs and tires can really last longer, then why aren’t those
sold in stores?"
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