Anyone know if thiscureworks’s “cure”, actually works?

Does anyone know the substance of the “cure” described in the ebook at thiscureworks.com?

It looks like some combination of dietary changes, supplements, and “detox”. I’ve tried all that stuff in the past, and frankly I’m sceptical. Anyone looked into it or tried it?

Author: Graham

I'm a guy in his late 40's, recovering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome since May 2009. I now offer coaching and support to other people with CFS/ME.

2 thoughts on “Anyone know if thiscureworks’s “cure”, actually works?”

  1. I am skeptical too. He promotes his ‘cure’ as working for a big list of conditions and when I researched it last year, I ended up reading a number of bad experiences.

    1. Hi Liberty,

      The ebook was written in 2004 after curing my chronic fatigue having wasted 15 years with innumerable and ineffective expensive health regimes – both mainstream and alternative.

      It was one, if not the first, patient authored health ebooks online that addressed Environmental Toxicity (Chemicals and Heavy Metals) and LINKED THAT that to the myriad of health conditions (symptoms) from IBS, Allergies, gut Candida Over growths to Chronic Fatigue.

      People get sick because (short of genetic defects) they have pathogen overload – bad bacteria, parasites, yeast, or viruses – WHICH ARE CAUSED when the immune system becomes compromised by chemical and heavy metal toxicity..

      The Detox protocol was developed by an American company with years of research behind it, (the founder had a Phd).

      The regime involves a low carb/low glycemic diet, (natural) heavy metals chelators, vitamins and minerals and importantly liver flushes.

      There is a wealth of free information in my blog: http://www.howtodetoxheavymetals.com

      Anyone who has followed my detox protocol but feels no benefit (hasn’t happened yet!) but still requests a refund of the ebook price (£9.95) gets one.

      Best of Luck
      Ian Solley

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