Now I don't have a led to stand on. Awesome. I really have no idea what you are talking about being defensive. You're the one who jumped in here head first to rescue the reputation of your cult kool aid miracle shakes. I was simply urging people to take a common sense approach to their weight issues and not fall victim to manipulative folks who have no ones well bieng in mind but their own. I see you are convinced over processed soy products and hyper poly saturated trans fats are healthy so, have at it. Pleas for the love of god, don't let whatever quack is recommending a starvation diet with no emphasis on physical activity talk your poor husband into taking the plunge as well, it could really take a toll on the poor guy.I have contacted people who know what they're talking about. I have taken everything into my family doctor (who refers the products to patients that want to go the naturalist way) and my Gyn. Considering I'm not a dude... I do my research! I'm not gullible and truthfully, my husband has had liver failure before, so we are very careful with what we eat and take or the products that we consume in our bodies.
Sorry that your way is not the only way, and that you don't have a leg to stand on concerning this topic.
Preach all you want, but I'm
Doing what works for me, my family and our life. Maybe life wouldn't be such a defensive place for you if you were open to others opinions or ideas. But good luck with all your time in the gym and your healthy diet. Hope it works out for you, but it's not for me.
This product will be outlawed within the next year once the U.S. Attorney General finds time to prosecute the lame asses who created it. You people are hilarious and living proof why "as seen on t.v." products are so popular nowadays. L A Z Y!