BG12 Approved by the FDA!

BG12 is basically a chemical Knockoff of Protandim.  In a clinical study doing a comparison between “The Real Thing” and the Knockoff, Protandim won hands down.

So, if Protandim won, why would the pharmaceuticals keep attempting to get their drug approved?  Money of course. Protandim retails at $50 a bottle. 1 bottle lasts 1 person 1 month. At retail, Protandim will only cost $600.00 a year for someone with Multiple Sclerosis.  The BG12 that just got approved by the FDA for use with Multiple Sclerosis is projected to cost $50,000.00 a year, the side effects are free! 

BG-12, tBHQ, SFN and protandim are well-tolerated and strongly induce Nrf2-driven antioxidant enzyme production in oligodendrocytes, with protandim showing the most potent induction.

See the original document here: http://registration.akm.ch/einsicht.php?XNABSTRACT_ID=137548&XNSPRACHE_ID=2&XNKONGRESS_ID=150&XNMASKEN_ID=900

With Protandim, there are no side effects, no known drug interactions and no real limits to the possibilities of what it could do for you.  The University of Colorado performed a human clinical trial published in 2006 that proved Protandim works in 100% of people to reduce their oxidative stress markers by an average of 40% in just 30 days. That wasn’t just some people, it was ALL people.

If MS is an issue for you, perhaps you should consider Protandim. Take the Amsterdam study to your Doctor and ask him why he would rather use a chemical when he could use a clinically proven herbal supplement that has no negative effects. He might just try it.

Take a natural approach to overcoming your MS symptoms. Sign up for a Health Evaluation with me, Coach Debbie, and lets see if Protandim may be right for you.  I offer a 6-month Healthier Habits coaching program to help you succeed in overcoming your obstacles. It all starts with a FREE Health Evaluation. Sign up today!

 

Protandim is a supplement. Protandim, LifeVantage, and Coach Debbie do not claim to diagnose, treat, cure or mitigate any diseases. If you have a medical complaint, please consult with your MD.