Mind you, there are what I call a new breed of 'Charlatans' in the Health Industry TODAY
who make some pretty incredible outrageous claims about certain products. Quite often,
it is not that their product doesn't work.......but that their claims are exaggerated because not
everyone gets the astounding results some of their testimonies show/speak of.
Yes, those testimonies are often genuine, from men and women whose chemistry
responded well to a remedy or supplement.....and sometimes met certain conditions
that worked favorably with what they tried.but the manufacturer claims quite
convincingly and sometimes skillfully, that their product will do 'the same for you'
and their product is really expensive......like "WOW that much!" you say......
"how can I afford this?" That's when you need to back off and say "REALLY!"
It’s a wonder how they put words together in certain sequences
that means you have to pay more.