The first Herbalife distributor I met told me - with a completely straight face that Herbalife cured diabetes.
If I put this - and the first ten seconds of discussion into a video it would look really bad.
But dig deeper: his wife had gone from balloon shaped to merely rectangular. She had lost 80 pounds (which was huge give how short she was).
She was insulin dependent diabetic both before and after Herbalife.
But before she lost the weight she was taking three decent insulin shots a day. Her life expectancy was probably 5 years.
After she lost the weight (and it was a lot of weight) she had far better control of her blood sugars. Her life expectancy was probably 15+ years. Better than it was. Certainly less good than if she was not insulin dependent.
I could have edited a video any way I like. But I saw believers, real consumers and real good done.
Beware selective editing.
PS. Bill, you must have seen examples like that. Do you want her to die? Just asking.
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