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Betoptic (Betaxolol)

We must obtain vitamins from organic foods, or dietary supplements in order to sustain life. When the word “vitamin” is mentioned, most people think “pill”. Thinking “pill” brings to mind confusing images of medicine and drugs. Though vitamins can and certainly often do the work of both medicine and drugs, they are neither.
Quite simply, vitamins are organic substances necessary for life. Vitamins are essential to the normal functioning of our bodies and, save for a few exceptions, cannot be manufactured or synthesized by our bodies. They are necessary for our growth, vitality, and general well-being. In their natural state they are found in minute quantities in all organic food. We must obtain them from these foods or in dietary supplements.
Supplements, which usually come in pill form and around which so much controversy has arisen, are still just food substances, and, unless synthetic, are also derived from living plants and animals.
It is impossible to sustain life without all the essential vitamins.

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