From the Editor

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Your digestion is a vast and complex system. Every day, it works to digest food and absorb vital nutrients your body needs to stay strong, active, and healthy. Its dense

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  • Marsha T.

    I reread the report and again at least with gastritis, there were nothing “groundbreaking advances,” Your report just says what two GI doctors have told me, “just take this PPI.” I have now taken three of different ones.Yes, they have

    I reread both the report and your advertisement. At least regarding gastritritis, there were no “groundbreaking advances.” I would like to respectfully request a full refund of my $19 as I feel your promotion is deceptive, suggesting that this report contains new information that as I said before can be obtained on a multitude of free cites. (There are some cites that do offer new findings or prescriptions though I am skeptical of the validity of some of these suggested panaceas that cure everything. As an aside, I am considering consultation with a functional medicine physician as from my fairly extensive reading it appears that long term usage of PPIs

    I reread the report and your promotion that the report contains “groundbreaking advances.” At least in the area of gastritis, it does not. It is the prescription that two GI doctors have prescribed, just take a proton pump inihibitor. Your report does not mention the concern that long term usage of ppi’s may be detrimental to bones. (I have read some free online reports with new advances, though one has to question the validity of some products that are billed as a panacea.)

    I reread your report versus your promotion that there are “groundbreaking advances” at least in area of gastrititis there were no new ideas, just same prescription for a proton pump inhibitor that I received from two gastroenterologists. (There articles on

    I would like to respectfully request a full refund of the $19 for your report as it does not contain “groundbreaking advances.”as your promotion states. For gastritis your report just says take proton pump inhibitors which is not a new idea and is on every free cite on the internet

  • Marsha T.

    Sorry for the repetition, not crazy did not think comment went through, also stand corrected you do allude to drugs with side effercts

    I reread both the report and your advertisement. At least regarding gastritritis, there were no “groundbreaking advances.” I would like to respectfully request a full refund of my $19 as I feel your promotion is deceptive, suggesting that this report contains new information that as I said before can be obtained on a multitude of free cites. (There are some cites that do offer new findings or prescriptions though I am skeptical of the validity of some of these suggested panaceas that cure everything. As an aside, I am considering consultation with a functional medicine physician as from my fairly extensive reading it appears that long term usage of PPIs

    I reread the report and your promotion that the report contains “groundbreaking advances.” At least in the area of gastritis, it does not. It is the prescription that two GI doctors have prescribed, just take a proton pump inihibitor. Your report does not mention the concern that long term usage of ppi’s may be detrimental to bones. (I have read some free online reports with new advances, though one has to question the validity of some products that are billed as a panacea.)

    I reread your report versus your promotion that there are “groundbreaking advances” at least in area of gastrititis there were no new ideas, just same prescription for a proton pump inhibitor that I received from two gastroenterologists. (There articles on

    I would like to respectfully request a full refund of the $19 for your report as it does not contain “groundbreaking advances.”as your promotion states. For gastritis your report just says take proton pump inhibitors which is not a new idea and is on every free cite on the internet

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