Villi Phanatick said...
I went to Dr. E for about a year, and I didn't get that negative impression of her trying to market certain products and whatnot. I felt that she was very sincere in trying to help myself (and others I'd assume including the few I've talked to) get healthy. However, I felt that her practice was too large for her to adequately treat and maintain an overview of my situation so I decided to switch doctors. I also questioned some products/methods she utilized in diagnosis and treatment but not from the standpoint of bad intentions.
She did indeed offer me Zrii one of my last visits and I tried a 1 day sample of it. But it was just one of numerous suggestions she made to me over the year I saw her, some of which I had already been doing for years such as probiotics and a gf diet and others which were products more unique to her practice. From my experiences, if she is coming off as trying to push a product, which I could see, I think it would more likely be due to her genuinely believing it may help you (right or wrong) than more suspect intentions. Though I could certainly see how you would think otherwise with her trying to get you to go to meetings and sell it.
Thank you for offereing me another way to look at it. I don't know what to think anymore. Is she the one who diagnosed you?