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Wimenin
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I was rereading Dr.Bs advice on treatment and came across these two things...

Is anyone using ALA and NT Factor?

ALA=ALPHA LIPOIC ACID

NT Factor=product from research nutritionals.

Does it help, work?

Just curious as its the only thing on Dr.Bs list that Im not currently taking...

thanks!!

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I Take NT Factor. I have been for a couple months or so. I would definately reccomend taking it.

Its not something u notice right away and u have to consistently take it for months but in a couple weeks you should notice an improvement in fatigue.

I have never taken ALA.

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I tried NT Factor & I didn't notice any major difference...

It's not cheap, either!

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