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Hey silverngold

based on my personal experience you are dead on. My daughters are 15 & 17 and though there were complaints early on (remember it's an addiction) both girls have done well and actually had many improvements. I should have mentioned that my former wife and I share the girls 1 week on and 1 week off. She lives with her father and step mom. Between the 3 adults there in the home is a missing prostate, lung, hearing, fallopian tubes (our girls are adopted)teeth and common sense. The father has lost 2 daughters (my former wife his third)and they still can't add it up. At my home everything works and we have cat/dog (both eating raw meats) Gecko (raw crickets)chickens, sunflowers and a dad that is not going to compromise on their health. I'm pleasant and will it backfire? Maybe but I can't change now after learning what I have. It is like holding ones nose and voting for George or Bill or Barack. Once you have met Dr Paul you realize why you were holding your nose.

Isn't that one of the reasons we like the good doctor? He is steadfast and doesn't compromise. He is pleasant and knows his stuff. He is willing to lose his time trying to help us and after decades he has a bigger audience than ever. 5 years ago I really didn't know who he was and now I find myself agreeing with all that he says.

Good luck folks.

thedoctorisin

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