I'm back from New York, and I had a great time! Of course, I had to pay for it and spent a week recovering, but I'm slowly getting better.
I decided to write this article because at times when we're not doing as well as we should, we may be tempted to fall for false promises of certain juices and pills that people claim to cure them of fibromyalgia. While I do believe in adding alternative treatments to our protocol, I do not condone these expensive products that claim to cure fibromyalgia, when we all know there is no cure-there are treatment options-but no cure. Maybe this article will give you something to think about, and it may save you a greal deal of money as well.
If you have been using a product that has helped you, drop me an email and I'll check into it, perhaps testing it myself, and do a product review. It can be a cream, a pain oil, a nutritional product, or anything else that has helped you. Because if there is something out there that will really help us, then I would like to know about it so that I can spread the word.
Here's the latest article from the Fibromyalgia and CFS site at BellaOnline.com.
Claims For a “Cure”- The Truth About Pills and Potions
Have you ever had someone talk you into purchasing a product that claimed to "cure" your fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome? Have you wasted money joining a direct sales or network marketing company that sold these products? Read this article to find out if these products meet their claims.
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Veronica E. Thomas, Fibromyalgia and CFS Editor
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