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Hello Elaine ... My sister, (Hasimoto's Disease), wrote me and asked if I knew anything regarding The Autoimmunity Bible & Norton Protocol
-- thought you might know if it is a scam or real deal.
Eva (Graves' Disease - remission since Mar. 2007)
Since you're in remission from Graves' disease, you know that the Norton Protocol isn't essential for healing autoimmune disorders. I hadn't heard of this protocol and did a quick search. Because I didn't see any reviews by medical professionals, published studies performed by these researchers, or get a clear picture of Liu's credentials, I remain skeptical. Because there are differences in T and B cell-mediated autoimmune disorders, I'm also surprised that this prototocol is reported to be effective in so many different autoimmune disorders. Their literature also suggests that autoimmune diseases are caused by one specific trigger. The leading experts in the U.S. like Noel Rose, MD, have shown that it's generally a combination of environmental triggers that set the stage for autoimmune disease development. And truly, the immune system is weakened over time by chronic assaults or everyone would react the same way to triggers.
If there's truly a money-back guarantee for this protocol, it wouldn't hurt to try it, but at this point it's not something I'd recommend as a universal panacea. Thanks for letting me know about it. Best, Elaine
Elaine Moore Graves' Disease and Autoimmune Disease Education
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