Of course the only info you can get about Thyro-Gold on Google is
on Dr Lowe's web site - it is his formulae. Why would he pay advertisers
to advertise this product elsewhere. Thyro-Gold is a relatively new product of
dietary desiccated thyroid. I see nothing wrong in anybody advertising a
product that has been specifically designed to help those suffering the
symptoms of hypothyroidism, or other tablets formulated for a specific purpose
that work. Dr Lowe is one doctor who knows exactly what such patients need
and he also knows the difficulties that millions of us throughout the world have
experienced over the past few years in getting their natural thyroid hormone either
via a doctors prescription or having to purchase it through Internet
Pharmacies. There is no exploitation and this is not a scam. Dr Lowe has
done more for patients with symptoms of hypothyroidism and fibromyalgia
throughout the globe than any other doctor I know and written numerous books as
well as having a brilliant web site with tons of information. Have you actually
looked through his web site?
It is good to get such a good report after Thyroid Gold's first
year, and it's good to know that there is another dietary desiccated thyroid
out there for us, which we can buy without prescription.
If you have a problem with this, you should contact Dr
Lower direct drlowe@...
I just got an email today from Lowe about
<quote> the journal Thyroid Science will finally publish the first study
of Thyro-Gold. We were surprised when the statistician for the study told us
how much more potent Thyro-Gold was in the study compared to the equivalent
amount of HSF.</quote>
The supposed journal Thyroid Science is definitely strongly connected with Dr
Pretty much the only info one can google about this product goes back to the
Lowe website. Are they in fact connected??
This all feels like exploitation and a scam, does anybody know better?