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Re: “Crazy Pills

Lisa Gray, here is a link for some of the research.…

Please let me know if you need anything else.
Thank you, Paula Hilbert, BS CHES

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Posted by Paula Hilbert on 10/18/2014 at 9:41 AM

Re: “Crazy Pills

EmpowerPlus Q96 is a powerful mood optimizer with published studies in stress, anxiety, depression, ADHD, Bipolar, Autism, and several other brain disorders. These studies are in 22 independent medical journal publishings, including Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 16 of those publishings are in peer reviewed journals. The product has been used for more than 17 years in Canada and is backed by a 3rd party, Micronutrient Support. The counselors there are trained by physicians and have over 300 protocols for helping people improve their health through nutrition while they wean back on their psychotropic medications.

When someone has an adverse drug reaction after taking the Q96, it means the Q is working. Anyone can (and should) call Micronutrient support and speak to the counselors for free their first time. That conversation can be 5 minutes or an hour…….Should someone need further help, there is a small fee of $34.95 a month for unlimited support to help the individual replace their toxic medications with a vitamin/mineral and amino acid complex in critical ratios that is proven in court, practice and in clinical studies to help enhance mental clarity, focus and concentration, is changing lives, has been used for 17 years with over 80,000 customers by over 5,000 doctors, in over 100 countries.

To date, there are over 125,000 people in Micronutrient Support database who have been helped.

There are a small handful of individuals who may not be able to take the micronutrient due to inadequate absorption or digestive problems. The few side effects someone may get would be some nausea – and that may be because they have not taken the micronutrient with food, or they may have absorption and digestive issues.

This is not a scandal, nor is it snake oil. And anyone who writes negative remarks like that, apparently has not done their due diligence and seen the tremendous amount of research that is already out there. Nor have they seen someone, a loved one begin to feel better as a result of improving their nutrition with this micronutrient. This is the most highly research micronutrient on the planet, and is published is psychiatric journals. The last study that came out was published in the Journal of British Psychology, a very prestigious peer reviewed journal on adult ADHD – a double blind placebo study. Apparently this fact was left out of the “Crazy” article. This is merely food. There are 10 more double blind studies coming out as we speak.

Steve Plog has put into place a program that can help the parent who is overwhelmed. Often, parents are frightened by their child’s psychiatrist who places their child on a dangerous, mind-altering drug. They know it is wrong to drug their child and they are praying for answers, but they can’t get the school or their psychiatrist to listen. They are afraid to and they freeze in terror behind their tears. Steve presents documented solutions to a parent who has a child with mental health symptoms, suffers from side effects of their medications, and/or a child who was diagnosed with a mental health disorder without a proper lab test. He gives the power back to the parent so the parent can make educated decisions in their child’s best interest.

Laura Kutney, if anyone should be put in jail, it would be those who are in big pharma who are putting these drugs out there and poisoning our children – not the people who are standing up to them!

All we have here is nutrition. Never is a claim made that EmpowerPlus Q96 cures, treats, or mitigates any disease. The article written by Eric Peterson “Crazy Pills” is riddled with numerous flaws! I suppose this writer is very proud that he has “caught” another MLM Company in doing bad deeds. This was a real “Got cha” article. Peterson must be just beaming with pride! A so called journalists who thinks he got things right! Sad! Is he on the payroll for big pharma?

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Posted by Paula Hilbert on 07/19/2014 at 6:31 AM

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