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Montel Williams
alexholder posted:
Montel williams says he has been taking protandim and it has helped so much. I know that Dr David Perlmutter just joined the company that produces protandim and he highly recommends it. does anyone know any information on protandim or has anyone tried it?
justducky65 responded:
I head it was just another one of those gimmicks but I tried it and it turned my hair purple and my skin orange. I thought it was pretty but the hubby didnt like it so I quit taking it.

Pooky68 responded:
Sorry I havent heard anything about it, where did Montel say that?

Karen B.
xring responded:
LOL, Justducky,

I can see why Montel didn't care what color it turned his hair.
LightningCrashes responded:
what the heck is protandim and where and when did Montel say that?

And who is Dr. David Perlmutter... man, where have I been??????

Astounded, confounded, dazed and confused...

alexholder responded:
Look at the website they have some videos on about it. as far as montel he has been an advicate of protandim for a little over three years after his sister inlaw informed him of it. Dr Perlmutter is one of the most famous neurologist in the world and works alot with brain function.
spiritnut responded:
I am leery because the herb Ashwagandha is in this and the entire medical community, including natureropathic doctors say that folks with MS and other auto-immune diseases should steer clear for this herb.

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