You know, that is really not true. I have a blog about diabetes and the 86 million people in the US who are at present pre-diabetic which is very sad. In less than 3 years, it is possible that all 86 million of those people will be type 2 diabetic. I would go to any length which includes suggesting supplements that I have used to help deplete my need for any “prescription by big pharma”; they do nothing but prolong the diabetes because it can be cured with proper diet, exercise, and rest. All of these things can be enhanced ten fold by using supplements that I have suggested. These suggestions do not come from a flip of the switch either. Thanks for listening. I understand your theory but not all of us are “big pharma salaried”.
As it stands right now, this review gives a “ There’s no right or wrong answer ” conclusion. Our hunch: It must do SOMETHING to have been on the market for 20 years. Best 5 still thinks homeopathy is BS . We can’t help but to wonder if Beast has some “off label” uses — like downing a whole bottle (uh, don’t do that) — that explains both its 20-year history and sudden discontinuation. Very mysterious. If you’re not sold on homeopathy, try a more straight-forward T-booster . There are plenty other “legal, safe” options to increasing muscle mass, ya dig?