July 10th, 2012
Protandim scam accusations can be found across internet message boards and web sites. However, how accurate and justified are these complaints and concerns? Are the individuals making these claims really being scammed, or are they simply complaining as a result of the system not delivering 100% of their expectations?
In today’s article, we will provide a brief overview and summary of what we have gleaned from having evaluated hundreds of consumer reports online. Some of the data we have compiled comes from the web site of the Better Business Bureau, some from customer feedback on Amazon.com and various retail sites that encourage customer feedback.
We have no financial interest in Protandim and we are not representatives of the parent company known as Life Vantage.
As you may know, Protandim is the flag ship product of Life Vantage corporation. Protandim is marketed as a super antioxidant and anti-aging supplement. The company claims that by using the product daily for a period of 30 days, you can reduce your oxidative stress level to that of a 20 year old. Oxidative stress refers to the changes your body cells undergo as you age. So, essentially, the antioxidant supplement has the potential to slow cell aging and death also known as cellular apoptosis.
Is it really possible, or is it bologna? Some people swear by the product. In fact, Life Vantage uses Donny Osmond and Montel Williams as company spokespeople.
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