Congress passed the 1962 Amendments to the Food & Drug Act in an attempt to make drugs safer; however, if anything, today’s drugs are more dangerous than they were back then. These regulations suppressed life-saving information about food and nutritional supplements, added a decade to the time it takes for life-saving drugs to reach the public, slashed innovation 50-80%, and—as a result—cost each of us at least5-10 years of our lives.

Using published studies, Death by Regulation: How We Were Robbed of a Golden Age of Health and How We Can Reclaim It, details how the side effects of bad law can be just as deadly as bad drugs. My new book shows how the 1962 regulations shifted our medical paradigm from inexpensive prevention to expensive treatment, reshaped the pharmaceutical industry creating the “Big Pharma” problems, and kept life-saving information about natural substances and older drugs from the American public.

Learn more here! When you order Death by Regulation before April 9, you get $60 in FREE gifts as well. Check it out at The life you save may be your own!

—Mary J. Ruwart, Ph.D.