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Glyconutrients — AKA Mannatech
If you read the last issue of this rag, you recall that
Jeffrey Marsh was doing well on “glyconutrients.” His
father, Robert, wanted all of you to know just how great
these products have been for his son’s leukemia.
At the end of that article, I promised you that in this
newsletter, I’d give you both sources and prices of the
glyconutrient products Robert referred to. I’ll do just
that in a minute.
First, let me explain why I’ve delayed talking about this
subject for several months. I was reluctant to even mention,
much less recommend, products to you that are sold using
network marketing (or multi-level marketing — MLM). There
are lots of these products. Some of you may sell them. All
of them make bold claims about their efficacy in treating
cancer and other maladies. The last thing I want to get into
is a contest to see who can tout MLM products the loudest
through this newsletter.
I decided to let Robert tell you his story for two reasons:
1. He assured me that he has no financial interest in the
sale of the “glyconutrient” products (by a company called
Mannatech) which his son has been taking. He does not.
Nor do I.
2. He and I both felt that the science behind the Mannatech
products is sound and that they undoubtedly work to heal some
So, with fair warning about the way these products are marketed,
I will give you all the information I have on them. You can
make your own decision about whether to pursue them further.
First, some research material at two web sites which will help
you understand the theory behind the Mannatech (“glyconutrient”)
products. Check out these two web sites:
For pricing and ordering info go to:
or call 1-800-870-8860.
In the interest of full disclosure, the above is the web site
and phone number for Nyle Pratt who is obviously just one of
the many Mannatech product “distributors.” What you’ll find
at his web site, for example, is that one of their primary
products, Ambrotose AO, sells for 73 cents per capsule or $1.46
a day in the smaller size or 59 cents per capsule or $1.18 per
day in the larger size. This is comparable in price to the
Daily Advantage I take every day. The latter, though, is 16
capsules, not 2, and contains 65 ingredients (see Chapter 3 of
my book). Thus, like all MLM products, the Mannatech “glyco-
nutrients” are quite expensive. In fact, to get the full
effect, they recommend you take at least 3 or 4 of their pro-
ducts. One reader claims the price is about $1,300 for a four
month supply. Of course, if you want to sign up and “recruit”
others, you can reduce or eliminate that cost.
Obviously, I’m not a fan of network marketed products. I feel
that, at best, they are way more expensive than necessary and
that most people don’t like the “sell your neighbor” routine
that goes with “membership.” Nevertheless, my mission is to
bring you information on every product I can find which works
to heal cancer. This is one. As you’ll see at the above web
sites, it is also effective for other maladies.
So, the bottom line….I believe these products work. I feel
they are quite expensive and that there are other products
which work as well or better for most cancer patients. It’s
your choice. Please let me know if you elect to use these
products — whether they work for you or not. Again, my
mission is getting information to you, my faithful readers.
Here’s an interesting e-mail I got this week from Elaine.
“Bill, Have you heard about the Vibe Machine? If not,
is the website. When I first read about it, it seemed way too
good to be true. I wrote to the inventor and asked if there
was anyone in my area of Fla that had the machine. Lo and
behold, I found out the chiropractor I had been going to off
and on for 10 years had one.
When I talked to him he said people had been cured of cancer.
Now I read that on the website but when I actually heard it
from someone I trusted and knew I got really excited…because
I have a good friend who has had breast cancer 3 times and it
is now in her bones. She is going to him for treatments now.
Dr. Dugan had one person who was told they only had 3 weeks
to live. They had treatments 3 times a week and 6 months
later, no cancer. I know he also counsels nutrition too.
Anyway check it out, and you can add it to your info.
If you’re interested after you look at the web site and you
want to communicate with Elaine, just send an e-mail to me
and I’ll forward it to her.
BRIBERY — IT’S WORKING
As most of you know by now, I collect cancer “stories.” Send
me yours — positive, negative or neutral — and I’ll send you a
free copy of the latest edition of my “Cure Your Cancer” e-book
by return e-mail. If you already have my book, you can just
give me the name and e-mail of a loved one or friend for me to
send the e-book to as a gift.
Without a national data base, we must exchange information with
each other on what works. Your story may help many others, so
just send it to me in an e-mail. Thanks!
In case you have wondered at the spartan simplicity of the
format of this newsletter, it apparently is perfectly
appropriate. A dear reader who is a technical writer for the
Web and much more knowledgeable about “style” issues than I
will ever be, has assured me that this format is the most
appropriate for an e-mail newsletter — simple text with
lines no longer than 65 characters. Most of you will notice
that the web links in this newsletter are highlighted in blue.
Clicking on them will open your browser and take you to that
site. If they are not highlighted (a la AOL), you may need to
“copy and paste” them into your browser. You’ll have to do
the same if you go to my newsletter archives at my web site…
“copy and paste.”
I’ll be back sometime soon with another newsletter. Be well
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Author “Cure Your Cancer” book
Although many alternative medical treatments have been success-
fully used for many years, they are currently not practiced by
conventional medicine and are therefore not “approved” and legal
(in some States) for medical professionals to prescribe for their
patients, although it is legal for individuals to use them at
their own discretion. It therefore becomes necessary to include
the following disclaimer:
The offerings made by this publication are to be carefully
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of alternative treatments rests with the patient. If you have
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