I've spoken with scores of doctors and scientists who are using or recommending the use of one nutraceutical. These recommendations, however, were not based on clinical evidence. Rather, they come from the personal experiences of many in the research community who have seen remarkable improvements in health.
In scientific circles, this type of anecdotal evidence, no matter how persuasive, cannot be relied on or cited. Those are the rules, even if they're regularly broken.
Economists and analysts, however, have different rules. We make predictions that scientists cannot make, at least publicly…
I predicted that further research would prove that this substance citrate is one of the most important breakthroughs in modern medicine. This is because I am convinced of its ability to halt or ameliorate the underlying mechanisms of autoimmune disorders, in part at least from personal experience.
Therefore, I am enormously gratified to see the first clinical data validate my assumptions and predictions. We don't yet have multiple double-blind studies, but first published results are, in a word, stunning.
Data was just released regarding this substance's impact on hs-CRP (high-sensitivity C-reactive proteins).
CRP levels, as you know, are strong indicators of various medical conditions as well as general health. High CRP levels are associated with increased risk of diseases ranging from heart disease to cancers.
The bottom line is that low doses of this substance dropped highly sensitive C-reactive protein levels by about a third in test group of mostly obese smokers. Because reductions in CRP levels have the most impact on health when they are high, these reductions are extremely meaningful.
Though it is not blinded data, it is still extremely meaningful. We already knew, from animal and cell studies, that this substance outperformed other anti-inflammatories ranging from Lipitor, aspirin and ibuprofen to Celebrex.
Until now there had been no clinical evidence that this substance works as well in human studies as it does in cell and animal studies. This is, therefore, an important point in the history of this technology…
Remember, numerous studies link statin use to reduced risk of heart and other diseases. Others believe that inflammation is the driver behind most cancers.
When all is said and done, I believe the impact of widespread use of this substance will have a profound impact on our demography as well as investors' bank accounts…
Yours for transformational profits,
for The Penny Sleuth