WHY EVEN TOO MUCH OF SOMETHING ‘NATURAL’ CAN BE HARMFUL…

I’m a middle aged dude and comfortable in my role and season of life.

I frequently see ads targeting my demographic trying to sell the benefits of boosting testosterone. They claim enhanced energy, vitality, muscle growth and yes, libido.

They claim to restore testosterone to teenage levels.

There’s only one problem.

Teenage-level testosterone is not natural for a middle-aged man. Just like any medicine, there may be unwanted side-affects for a man to have an unnatural level of testosterone for his age.

People use the ‘God created it, so it must be good’ argument for many things, including marijuana. But, even if there are medicinal benefits to ‘weed’ that doesn’t mean it was meant for recreational use.

The natural sugar in fruit juice can still be harmful if it’s consumed in large amounts. Even an overactive immune system, meant to protect us, can be deadly.

The Bible teaches us to use moderation in what we place in our bodies, even wine…

1 Timothy 5:23 (NKJV)

23 No longer drink only water, but use a little wine for your stomach’s sake and your frequent [a]infirmities.

Take care of yourself and your body which is the temple of the Living God. Be careful of everything you allow to enter your body.

BE BLESSTIFIED!

4 thoughts on “WHY EVEN TOO MUCH OF SOMETHING ‘NATURAL’ CAN BE HARMFUL…

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  1. Yes. In the divine plan of creation, there is a time and season for everything and there is a process of growth, maturity, and decline, whether it be animals, plants, or humans. 60 year olds should not act like 16 year olds. The wisdom of the body tells us that and we should listen to it. Thank you.

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