Why do patients and mainstream medicine seem to chose medications for diseases that can be treated with lifestyle change? Patients often think physicians are professional drug dealers owned by big pharma, yet many patients choose not to cooperate with behavioral recommendations saying, "That is too hard, doc. Don't you have a pill for me?" Consider the current guidelines for reducing cardiovascular risk recommend dietary and exercise as first-line strategies.
PositiveTip: Ask your doctor what lifestyle changes you should make! Opt for Grace-empowered hard work--not quick-fix pills.