Hmmmm...Let's see millions of dollars are spent per year to program you to drink soda. Repetition works.
Fast food places spend millions of dollars per year to program you to eat fast food.
Can you see how this relates to pharmaceutical commercials? And the acceptance of side effects?Repetition works.
Yes, repetition works. But it only works if you aren't thinking about what you are putting into your body. It only works if you haven't taken responsibility for your wellness. No-one would put water in the gas tank of their car and expect their car to run. Cars run on gasoline. What you put into your body to "make it run" is as important as the fuel you put in your car. Your body "runs" on nutrients.
You can get away for a lot of years with being a couch bum and eating less than nutritiously. But it will eventually catch up with you. It will catch up with you in the form of diabetes, cancer, heart disease, stroke, etc. You know; the lifestyle diseases.
We have to start thinking critically. Thinking for ourselves. Thinking people eat food because it is nutritious. Thinking people need less pharmaceuticals (and sometimes none). Thinking people are healthier.
If you take care to exercise and put the right nutrients into your body you will greatly lessen the chances of having to succumb to using pharmaceuticals. And you will greatly enhance your quality of life. Think about it.