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Kathi
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I just came back from a visit to my LLMD and he recommended a supplement called NT Factor.
Is anyone here using this and most importantly: what does it cost? K.

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What is it and what is it supposed to do??

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Opinions, not medical advice!

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Yes, I am. Can't say if it helps yet as it's only been 2 weeks. I use Propax with NT factor.

Many LLMD's highly recommend it.

Also contains probiotics and prebiotics.

Chris

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nt factor is supposed to protect,or restore or repair and/or preserve either the membranes of cells themselves, and/or the membranes of mitochondria, which are organs of cells(organelles), but verify this statement.
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I am using it for mitochondrial damage prescribed by Dr b (after another long course of Mepron). I have NT factor Energy by Researched Nutritionals and think it's great [Smile]

I started on two tablets whilst feeling burnt out, getting up at 8 am for two days in work...I noticed a difference a few hrs later...just felt a bit better!

I don't know what it cost? ...though you should need about two bottles. It is a food supplement made from food sources but it is clinically proved to repair mitochondrial damage.

Emma

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