• g56whiz

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    Sep 18, 2011 3:39 AM GMT
    An acquaintance tried to sell me on the benefits of ASEA supplements. I didn't have the time just then. Should I listen when tries again? I'm in my 60's, took up fitness a year ago when diagnosed with diabetes. I've shed 50 pounds and got off the diabetes meds but had a heart attack doing it so I'm on blood thinners forever. The only supplements I use are fish oil and a multivitamin. I feel fine, the training is going well and my only medical issues are minor sports related injuries. Does ASEA make since in this instance?
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    Sep 27, 2011 2:54 AM GMT
    ASEA has two ingredients: distilled water and sodium chloride. Personally, there is no amount of pseudo-scientific woo that could be done to salt water to make me believe it's some kind of precious miracle nostrum. It's just another network marketing scam.