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Old 06-03-2022, 02:27 PM #11
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Lara, there are many supports that are produced from the organs of animals. I've been taking desiccated thyroid support meds from the bovine. And so many have no clue about these as the synthetic produced meds from labs are what is being pushed and I've been in this loop for a long time.
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Lara, there are many supports that are produced from the organs of animals. I've been taking desiccated thyroid support meds from the bovine. And so many have no clue about these as the synthetic produced meds from labs are what is being pushed and I've been in this loop for a long time.
Yes, I'm very aware that many supplements are made from animals. Most of the supplements are also encased in gelatine. Why they can't all use seaweed I don't know. I've only found one great company here who does some but finding good ones that aren't is difficult.

I see absolutely no need to consume these body parts and suspect they have the potential to be downright dangerous.

I don't see how consuming extremely expensive supplements made from the myelin sheath of cows in the name of Sphingolin is the way to go. In June 2022, after all we've been through I would suggest it's something people at least consider. I would love to hear really good responses from Sphingolin from people who have been convinced to take it but I'm yet to hear that from anyone really except you.

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