If there was a cure, we'd know it. And we'd be all over it. But so far there's not. Leaky gut is not something that's even been fully accepted by the medical community, it's a loose term that's used in the "alternative medicine" community. Don't get me wrong - I'm all for the least invasive or lowest chemically induced treatments and believe in being abl to try and balance our bodies.. But it's not a "cure" as you claim it. If it cured you, I'm willing to bet that you didn't actually have fibro and you were diagnosed by one of the not so educated doctors that uses fibro as a catch all for anything that they can't explain.
Personally I'm tired of watching everyone try to hawk their wares to people that are looking for a cure. If you were that genuinely interested in promoting something that can "cure" all of us a non-aggressive, non holier than thou, non arrogant attitude would probably have garnered a much better response from me and any others.
When I check your (company name removed) site the first thing that they promote themselves as is an herbal and natural weight loss system. Only as a secondary act do they promote their "treatments for these ailments." The minimum that they ask, for a pediatric food panel (mind you this is not for an adult) is $250 with it being on sale right now for $210. If you find it laughable that I am not willing to toss $350 for an adult 100 food panel (on sale for $310) out the window for something that has not been confirmed, then keep on laughing. Cause really, when you can come to me with some sort of legitimate testing and double blind studies...I'll start tossing that money. Till then, it's better spent on other items.
Okay, you said you were done and didn't follow though. Now, I'm going to say that I am done - and mean it. I'm not looking to turn this thread into a flame war.
(I've removed the name of the company because we don't want to give them any free publicity.
Post Edited By Moderator (Jeannie143) : 12/2/2008 1:45:12 AM (GMT-7)