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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Effective and strong for detoxing from radiation., June 4, 2012
This is a great product for removing radiation from the body. But you must go easy with it. It is very concentrated. Just start out with one a day and see what happens. Then gradually work up. I can only take two a day for about a week and then must take a month off because the detox reactions are too much.

Stay Young & Sexy with Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement: The Science Explained
Stay Young & Sexy with Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement: The Science Explained
by Suzanne Somers
Edition: Paperback
Price: $13.85
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25 of 35 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Narrow-minded and long-winded., February 26, 2011
Suzanne Somers says on the back of the book that all the answers to bio-identical hormones are here in this book. I would have to disagree with that and say, "Shame on you!" for saying that. It shouldn't all be about money. How much did she get paid for that little blip? Suzanne has previously advocated cyclic hormone replacement. This book, of course, advocates static hormone replacement, because Biest and Triest, both static hormone replacement therapies, were developed by Dr. Wright. It would not be in Dr. Wright's best interests financially or egotistically to give cyclic hormone replacement any credence. Thus he quickly dismisses the practice by attacking the practice and its supporters without even taking a look at the research. There is some helpful information in this book, especially about the dangers of using non-bioidentical hormones and osteoporosis drugs. Dr. Wright again fights vehemently against big Pharma. It could have been said in a book a tenth as long. It is repetitious. Dr. Wright has been a great advocate of natural therapies and bio-identical hormones. He needs to open his mind to the possibility that someone else has taken the ball and run down the field with it to score a touchdown. Perhaps he could concede that we are all on the same team. Biest and Triest were good. But now we have something much better in cyclical hormone replacement. Replacing hormones bioidentically is good. Replacing them in the rhythms that mimic nature is much better.
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