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Re: Caution if they won't tell you the ingredients
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Published: 10 years ago
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Re: Caution if they won't tell you the ingredients

It seems a little too good to be true. This doctor claims of a common ingredient or substance to be the cure. But you have to pay a lot to hear it.
It outlines 4 steps of preparation in order for this miracle ingredient to work. i poked around on the internet and found out that some of the steps is a proper diet (no Sugar or grains) lots of raw veggies and fruit, no meat and lots and lots of water not sure what the 4th one is but i think achieve going to the washroom 3 times a day... you do this for 4 or 5 days and then u take this miracle substance and for most people this gives them a complete recovery after one dose but some, more sicker, might require a little longer.
They wont tell you what the substance is, because they want money for it. And i have a feeling this is might be another scheme. Can't find both negative or positive comments regarding this doctor. None seems to have tried and posted their experience on the internet. I wish it was this easy but i would be very hesitant to put out $200 to find out. Even the website looks a little too hoaxy.

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