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NT Factor

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by Tulip, Oct 3, 2010.

  1. Tulip

    Tulip Guest

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    Has anyone tried NT Factor?, I have read a few success stories about it from people that were housebound with me/cfs. It hasn't cured them but they have gone from housebound to being able to work part time and socialise. It has good research behind it to.
     
  2. heapsreal

    heapsreal iherb 10% discount code OPA989,

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    hi

    Looks good on paper, i would be interested on others experiences too.

    Cheers!!!
     
  3. ukxmrv

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    I've not tried it or met anyone who has benefited from it to an really noticeable extent. There are a lot of ingredients in it and for that reason I'll not be trying it. Some of the ingredients are things that do benefit me and some are things that I react really badly against, so any benefits would most likely be lost in the bad reactions.

    That's what has happened with other similar "all in one" products. I've been worse off and left wondering which of them caused the bad downturn in my health. Some of my big "avoids" are in this product.

    I can't see any real concrete research on their web page as well. When I look in the other pages under chemotherapy it appears to be almost and possibly deliberately misleading, in that it talks about research but not specifically on this product.

    http://www.ntfactor.com/success-stories/
     
  4. Tulip

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    It isn't meant to have any side effects at all. I have watched some youtube videos of prof garth nicholson talking about it which is how I found out about the research on it. One of the success stories that I read about it was on a personal blog, I never tend to read "success stories" on commercial websites, they are usually paid to do it. I know that it is definately one of those things that works for some and not at all for others. Hoping someone on here has tried it and for the recommended amount of time that can give us some good feedback :)

    Youtube video with prof garth nicholson: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfTcuwXGuto
     
  5. rebecca1995

    rebecca1995 Apple, anyone?

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    I tried it for about a year. It might have given me a slight boost energy-wise, in the way that CoQ10 and carnitine give me a boost, but it didn't have major benefit. I continued to be homebound and bedbound.

    On the other hand, it didn't seem to cause any ill effects--which is more than I can say for a lot of treatments, including medications! :Retro wink:
     
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    I used it for 6 months with no noticable benefits.
     
  7. Daffodil

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    i bought 2 tubs of propax+nt factor for a lot of money but didnt use it. my mom loved it (she was 73 at the time)..said she could walk longer and not get achey
     
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    ATP Fuel with NT Factor had me out of bed and walking a little in 2 weeks when I developed a skin allergy and had to stop taking it which I am just sick about.
     
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    when my neuroinflammation is particularly bad and there's a lot of excitotoxicity going on up there, and so my brain becomes hazy and unable to work, the NT Factor restrores cognitive function with its way of working on lipid membranes. so it's a good fix for that particular symptom. but overall, it's no cure, as obviously, no suppplement or drug yet is.
     

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