Dr. Bob was a MD internal medicine, orthomolecular doctor, MD psychiatrist,
chiropractor, and healer 65 years. He was a diabetic who lived to 108 years with
only 1 side effect 2 years before he passed away.
Human growth hormone can improves high blood pressure. The way it does so is by improving the feedback mechanisms, according to Dr. Bob. When you improve the feedback mechanisms of blood pressure this does a lot of good. You sleep better. Stress levels are decreased. Decreasing stress levels decreases cortisone levels. This makes you feel more rested. You get more out of rest.
Note Ė In order for these anti-aging ideas to be successful, you must use supplements of the highest quality. Dr. Bob often said, "almost all supplement companies produce poor quality." You can consider the product page of this web site. Almost all the products met Dr. Bobís approval. Since he passed away we have attempted to keep the same high standards.
WARNING: DO NOT STOP ANY TREATMENT OR MEDICATION YOU CURRENTLY USE. CONSULT WITH YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE STARTING THE USE OF SUPPLEMENTS.
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