Doug: "Ever since I was around 35, my cholesterol has run above 325. It is due to my family history. My trigycerides were also over 300. I started taking Mangosteen and Minerals in May of 2009. I just got my bloodwork back from my doctor 3 weeks ago, and my total cholesterol is down to 267 and triglycerides are 188. I have changed nothing, other than starting on the Mangosteen and Minerals. This really works!! "
Joan: ”Hi, my name is Joan. I’m a registered nurse in Fort Myers, Fl. I want to tell you about something that happened to me since I've been taking minerals and mangosteen. I’m really excited about it. In mid April my Dr. had the news for me that my cholesterol was 296. It usually runs around 230-240. At this time he decided to give me a prescription. Something told me not to fill the prescription and I didn’t. May 5th I started taking minerals and mangosteen and when he rechecked me in mid July, my cholesterol had dropped 70 points. I did not exercise. I did not change my diet. I know it was the minerals and mangosteen. I’m really excited about it and I’ll be taking it for the rest of my life!”
Joan - Florida
Bob: ”I went to my doctor for blood work on 5-12-05. My cholesterol was 242. LDL was 165. HDL was 51. My doctor wanted to give me 20mg of Lipitor. I refused and said I would take care of it myself. I doubled the dosage to 4 oz instead of 2 oz. I had blood work done again on 9-22-05. I had a follow up visit with my doctor to discuss the results. My cholesterol went down to 175. LDL went down to 112. HDL went down to 40. My doctor told me whatever I was doing to keep doing it.”
Bob - Pennsylvania
Lee Ann: ”The biggest improvement is my cholesterol reading. My trygilcerides dropped 84 points and my total cholesterol dropped 13 points in just the 4 weeks I have been on it when I got my blood tested.”
Lee Ann - Missouri
Jim: ”In early 1997 I had quadruple bypass surgery and have seen a cardiologist regularly since then. In March 2005 I had my regular blood work completed as indicated below. My cardiologist felt that several tests were necessary which led to a heart catherization. Since I have some heart damage, my cardiologist has placed me on Coreg and Lisinopril to control blood pressure and Lipitor to control cholesterol.
I began using the mangosteen and mineral products June 6, 2005 and the results of my July 1, 2005 blood tests are shown below. Note the improvement in overall cholesterol, LDL, and Tryglycerides. My HDL remained the same. On July 8 I met with my cardiologist. He noted my improvement along with an 8 lb weight-loss, but was concerned that my blood pressure was slightly elevated (154/78). After providing him with some information about the mangosteen and mineral products, he suggested raising the Coreg and Lisinopril and using the the mangosteen and mineral products instead of the 40mg of Lipitor…for three months. I thanked him for this plan and will follow up with new blood tests in early October. I feel like an on-going testimony. Blood Draw Dates:
March 8, 2005 & July 1, 2005
Began Using Mangosteen & Minerals June 6, 2005
Cholesterol 165 to 139LDL 110 to 91
Tryglycerides 110 to 74
PS: My cardiologist was skeptical, but interested in the mangosteen and mineral products. If I continue to improve without the Lipitor, I’ll likely get his support. Perhaps he’ll even start prescribing and using the product himself.”
Jim - Indiana
Don: ”Paul, I got your message asking if I’d share some specifics on my lab results since starting mangosteen and minerals. Feel free to take a look at the following information and share it with anyone who might like to take a look.
When you listen to the Dr. Edwards CD, it mentions that many of the health improvements from taking mangosteen and minerals can be documented by actually lab results. This has definitely been the case with me. I had a complete set of labs done at the National Institute of Health a week before I started taking Mangosteen & Minerals, a second set of labs 3 weeks after starting Mangosteen & Minerals and a third set of labs last Friday (7 weeks after starting Mangosteen & Minerals).
After looking my labs over last Friday two different physicians at NIH asked me, “What have you be doing differently the last six weeks?” Both of them were shocked at the improvement in my labs. Here’s some of the changes since I started Mangosteen & Minerals:
The first thing I noticed … and the change I’m most thrilled about … is I’ve had a very noticeable increase in my energy level. Ever since I had pneumonia in 1995, I’ve suffer from AIDS related fatigue. I’ve felt like someone “unplugged” me about 2-3pm, and I’ve needed a nap almost daily. Within 10 days of starting Mangosteen & Minerals, I noticed I wasn’t running out of steam mid-afternoon, and I haven’t had a nap in 6 weeks.
Here’s a few of the changes in my labs:
My triglycerides have gone from 292 down to 201 My HDL (good cholesterol) is up from 25 to 42 …. a Huge improvement My cholesterol is down from 234 to 217.
Note: Two weeks before starting Mangosteen & Minerals, my Lipid Physician took me off Crestor and Tricor because my liver was definitely suffering overkill from processing both those drugs in addition to all my HIV meds … He left me on Omacor (prescription fish oil) and Zetia. He told me to expect an increase in my cholesterol and triglycerides since I was stopping Crestor and Tricor. However, instead of going up, both actually decreased after I started mangosteen and minerals.
My hemoglobin is up from 11.4 to 13.1My Creatine level is down from 827 to 257 Glucose down from 105 to 99 My Blood Pressure is down 10-15 points Alanine Aminotransferase down from 171 to 94 Bilirubin Total down from 1.5 to .9 Bilirubin Direct down from .3 to .2 Aspartate down from 157 to 66 Lactate Dehydrogenase down from 234 to 186.
I’m in two different studies at NIH and the newest one is a study at dealing with liver damage suffered by most people who have been on HIV meds for a number of years. My liver function tests have been significantly higher than normal for several years. Since starting mangosteen and minerals, there has been significant improvements in almost all my liver function labs … most of my liver function tests went from being in the “High” into the “Normal” range.
These are only some of my lab results from NIH. Glancing at the complete list of results it’s clear is there is distinct improvement in many areas and at least minor improvement in practically everything tested. All is can say is, “HAVE YOU HAD YOUR SHOT TODAY?”…”