Any body read Kevin Trudeau book? Nutural cures?



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I find the book to be a positive addition to my energy. If you can be saved one doctor's stop by (and even more), It is worth every dollar of my money. Hurry up and read it, it is worthwhile. See a doctor first, but don't tell him give or take a few Kevin Trudeau UNLESS you plan to use his alternative suggestions. You don't want the doctor's prescriptions and the herbal products (alternative medicines) to contradict each other. Thus, you would spoil yourself. Remember this, "If God be for us, who can be against us?" - Romans 8:31. Know this, The Lord daily loadeth us near benefits, even the God of our salvation. Selah. - Psalm 68:19. Peace and God Bless.
Yes. What in the region of it?
Yes, there's alot of truth in paperwork, but he is a criminal. He actually sell vitamins, but he claims he doesn't. The book is called "Natural Cures." Bottom smudge, he's a crook.
All I remember is how he talks in the region of how awful florescent lights are for your health. It's such a rip stale.
I'm reading the book and I find it very compelling and accurate.
No, I've not read it but I am aware with it from have skimmed a few pages of it surrounded by a store once but also the ads on tv and Kevin Trudeau have gotten in to like mad of trouble with the federal policy for the way he promotes his beliefs. You can find out more roughly speaking what's been going on at http://www. quackwatch.org
I embezzle the content of the book with a "small piece of salt." It have tidbits of interesting info, but overall it's just hype.

But I trust the book far more that I trust any entity said on Quackwatch.org which is run by an unlicensed psychologist with a clear bias against anything that doesn't involve packing someone full of drugs. You can even find court documents online where on earth he was booted from court as an "expert witness" because the believe to be said he has no special comprehension of nutrition or alternative medicine but does enjoy a clear bias that "goes beyond defence." If you see it on quackwatch.org, seek a more intelligent assessment or consult one of those Magic 8 balls.
No. I haven't, but if you want to alleviate the natural agency, this website has essential oil
yes and I agree 100% with everything he say. I am not a doctor but I have researched and still am over 50% of what he conference about and the sources I own completely agree with him
Yes, it is rather good!


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