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Joint Pain Hack

"reignafancy" (2020-02-10)

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The most recent example is a health juice Joint Pain Hack Review that has been on the market in an MLM structure for at least the last ten years. CBC Marketplace did an expose on it and showed that there were no health benefits to it whatsoever. The fruit from which the juice was derived, was foul tasting and the local people wouldn't even eat it. The juice had to be altered so that it was drinkable and the only benefit was in the skin, which was left out. Then in recent years, a whole bunch of knock-off juices came on the market that were cheaper - and the dragon hatched. This happens quite regularly in the health industry. This is what gives the industry a bad name.Before I manufacture or endorse any product, I test, test and retest it. My reputation as a health practitioner demands that I be in integrity with everything I present to my clients and the world. Don't get me wrong, I have come across some amazing products that I have no trouble recommending to those to whom I feel it would be a benefit. It's not about the money, it's about health restoration and improvement. I see some tough cases in my practice and there is a great joy in restoring the help and hope in someone who has been given a chronic or degenerative diagnosis. A second chance doesn't come by every day.I've been doing a lot of research. I study a lot. As a result of this I have been looking at alternatives to the supplement and medication industry to alleviate pain. What I discovered is amazing. It seems that the Chinese, Japanese and the Russians have years ahead of us in certain types of technologies. The one that comes to mind is zero-point technologies.

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