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Customer Feedback & Appraisals

... just what are people saying?

This is where I have put some of the positive feedback I have had back from many of the "Inspired" health seekers and Internet based customers InSpired Nutritionals has served since making these products available on the web (back in 1998). I encourage people to share their experience with me because I believe that essentially this is the best "test" or "trial" that these products and health programs can be put through - exposure to and use by a global audiance.
If you would like to share your experience with me please follow the instructions at the bottom of the page.

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YOU ARE VERY EFFICIENT! THANK YOU! SO MUCH.
L.W. - USA

Thank you guys so much. You are lifesavers.
M.G. - IL, USA

I must say that since using your products I feel so much better, I haven't felt that good in years! So I do advertise your site to my friends.
A.I. - UK

Dear Dr. Earl, I was pleasantly surprised to receive a reply to my email from you personally. Thank you so much for your advice and suggestions. The material you provided for reading was extremely informative and I can't wait to share it with my mom and sister. I am so excited that I stumbled across your page when I did and look forward to finally being healthy after many years of feeling so ill. I will keep you informed of my progress. Once again, thank you.
T.Q. - USA

I love this product. Also, thank you for the booklet on diet - it looks really good.
C.Y. - USA

.... also just to let you know that i love the thyrodine is is working fantasticly after a little more than 2 weeks on it there are noticeable improvements in my body!!! thank you again...
T.D. - USA

THANKS!!! It seems to be going great. My greatest complaint (before the program) was no energy. My house is now clean (or as clean as it can be with 2 kids...) for the first time and I've been able to keep it that way. Before I was too tired after 8+ hours on the job to deal with the house. I have lost around 4-5 pounds. I have been trying to loose weight for years with no success. These lbs have just left - no effort on my part.
Cindy Seay, USA

From: Jeff & Carol Y. (full name withheld)
Sent: Thursday, 25 May 2000 05:33
To: Earl Conroy
Subject: referrals

Hi Earl,
I just wanted to let you know I'm referring your website on to 2 friends I know with Thyroid problems. I just love your product!

Carol Y. (USA)

Dear Dr. Conroy,

I got my new bottle today and I put it in the fridge. I haven't been taking it for about 2 weeks and I could really tell a difference. I started to get headaches again and I felt tired and cold.

I love this product.

Also, thank you for the booklet on diet - it looks really good.

Skincerely,
Carol.Y. (USA)

Sent: Wednesday, 21 June 2000 14:33
To: dr.conroy@inspirednutritionals.com
Subject: Infection

Dear Dr Conroy:
I recently started taking your products and was very pleased with the initial results from ImmunoGuard. Based on my experience, you might recall that I wrote the following to you:

I have something really amazing to share with you.
For several years now -- possibly three or four, I have been plagued with a recurring vaginal discharge. I have seen at least 15 doctors, many of them multiple times. At first they all said it was a nonspecific infection (not sexually transmitted) -- possibly brought on by stress. Some gave me strong doses of antibiotic which would clear the "infection" for up to two weeks, but it would invariably return.

In recent times I was told by different doctors that this is normal and that some women had heavy normal discharges. As a result they refused to prescribe medication. I was very frustrated because I knew body and knew that this was not normal, but was reluctant to go back to the doctor for fear they would start to label me as being neurotic. I had to wear tampons everyday.

GOOD NEWS
I recently started using ImmunoGuard in preparation for Thyrodine to address my hypothyroidism [as part of the Thyroid & Hormone Regeneration Program]. Four days into the 7-day ImmunoGuard program, I noticed that my discharge had disappeared. I completed the 7 days this past Friday and started Thyrodine on Saturday. The discharge has not reappeared. IT IS GONE. Could it be that the ImmunoGuard took care of my discharge problem? Its the only thing I have used along with vegetable and fruit juices, as well as fiber. Is this great or what?

.....

I hope I am not bothering you too much. I have been using Thyrodine for more than a week now. In a month or two I will communicate with you on the results.

I look forward to hearing from you soon. Thanks again.

J.W. (USA)

From: B.G (name withheld)
Sent: Saturday, 22 July 2000 6:59 p.m.
To: webmaster@inspirednutritionals.com
Subject: message for Dr. Conroy

Dear Dr. Conroy,

This is B. (name withheld), I have recently received your Thyroid treatment that I think is
a miracle. I can't believe the difference in my skin, hair and general
overall feeling.....

B.G. (Cumberland, U.S.A.)

Hi There,

Well, I can honestly say that this is the best that I have felt ever!!! I started the thyodine protocol one month ago and I am now starting to see results. My hands and feet are no longer "cold" all the time, and my energy levels are starting to even out. I may need another bottle of thyodine though, as I accidently spilled half of it. Plus I haven't been following the diet so well, since I have been cramming for finals...which is why it's taken me a little longer than normal...(not to mention lack of exercise)...sorry Earl, for not being your ideal patient...but I plan to start rebrewing kombucha tea now that my course is finished, and follow a better diet and of course exercise and then well...I should have an almost new body!!!

Thanks for all your help and advice. :)

D. (USA) - name withheld

-----Original Message-----
From: C.H [name withheld]
Sent: Saturday, 23 December 2000 12:01 a.m.
To: Doctor Conroy
Subject: thyroid of course!!!

Hello Doctor Conroy,

I have been using thyrodine for about a month now. I feel so much better. A few days ago I had to have my blood drawn to see if I needed to increase my synthroid or whatever. This is the first time that I havent had to increase the medicine. I have been on the synthroid for about 8 months now.
My question is this: I know that I'm supposed to slowly decrease my snythroid until I am off of it completly. How do I know that my thyroid has regenerated itself? I do feel better but I am truly afraid to get off of the synthroid because of the hell I went through before I started taking it. I really want to trust the thyrodine and believe that I can come off the synthroid. But, how do I know for sure? I still have days where I'm really tired or I get so irratated no one can stand me. And sometimes I still get a nagging little sick feeling like I used to but it's not nearly as bad.
I just feel that my thyroid isnt completly well yet, but of course I don't know for sure. Do you have any feedback? I could really use some assurance.
Thank you for your time and patience.
C.H. (USA)

-----Original Message-----
From: C.H. (name withheld) (the next message from C.H. after the above message)
Sent: Wednesday, 27 December 2000 11:24 p.m.
To: Jonathan @ Thyrodine Sales
Subject: Re: thyroid of course!!!

Hi Jonathan,
I have what to me is fantastic news!!! I had to go to the doctor in Seattle, Wa. and do bloodwork to see how my thyroid is doing. The results were great. The doctor told me that I was getting too much synthroid and to cut back. Yes!!!!! Now I know for sure that the thyrodine is working. First of all I'd like to thank the Lord for hearing my prayers and also all of you in New Zealand who work so hard to help us all heal ourselves naturally. Keep up the good work!!! Many thanks, C.H. (USA)

-----Original Message-----
From: P.& R. H. (Name withheld)
Sent: Sunday, 31 December 2000 7:50 a.m.
To: Jonathan @ Thyrodine Sales
Subject: Re: Merry Christmas from Thyrodine International


Dear Jonathan Evatt, Dr. Earl Conroy, and Persephone
Our best wishes for the new year to you all.
Re your request for feedback, I was intending to do this after I had a blood test so my assessment would not be entirely subjective. I have been following the Thyroid & Hormone Regeneration Program for a little more than two and half months since completing the Immunoguard protocol [stage one of the program]. Before that I had been following a diet not vastly different to the biogenic one for 15 years or so, though not always strictly by the book, and with lapses here and there. I had also been taking a liver tonic and a selenium and yeast supplement for about a month and increased the amount of water I drink (see reference to Cabot below).

Before I give my feedback on my use of your products, a bit of background is probably appropriate. Although I had experienced few illnesses over the years, I did have low blood pressure, suffered from PMT, felt the cold and bruised easily. Diuretics and Ponstan prescribed by doctors only made the problems worse, so I kept to an almost vegetarian diet with some fish, eggs, yoghurt and a little cheese. I also found it hard to go past vanilla ice cream! I had hoped that menopause would relieve me of the menstrual problems, so was dismayed as menopause approached to find I was experiencing severe cyclical headaches. I consulted my GP, who sent me to a gynaecologist who persuaded me that HRT would make me feel great. It didn't!!!

Even with changes in products and dosages I felt like I was suffering permanent PMT. The effects were even worse than the Ponstan. My body and brain were out of control to the extent that I piled on five kilograms in a few weeks. I persevered for about four months before seeing another GP who referred me to a special menopause clinic connected to a teaching hospital. Unfortunately the level of information there was disappointing and the treatment and approach inept. I then concentrated on various alternative therapies (naturopaths, chiropractor) and suggestions from other women who had been trying various products.

By now I was also experiencing flushes, night sweats and a foggy brain. Some potions seemed to work for a little while, but nothing maintained efficacy. The only positive note was a prescription for Migral, which gave me relief from the headaches. This euphoria was balanced by the knowledge that the GPs had some concerns about the drug. This did not thrill me, so I restricted its use to when desperate. Then an chance article in an English women's magazine plus the knowledge that my mother had an underactive thyroid, sent me to the local library. On reading a list of symptoms I decided I almost certainly suffered from Hashimoto's. Tests ordered by a GP revealed this to be the case. Suddenly years of niggling health concerns fell neatly into a comprehensive picture. But what was I going to do about it?

When the GP could offer nothing other than thyroxine treatment, I decided to search the net, which brought me to both Dr Sandra Cabot and Thyrodine. I started on the Cabot suggestions before the Thyrodine. There is some overlap - begin by cleaning up the liver and the bowel - but Cabot does not believe that it is possible to regenerate the thyroid to a level where thyroxine is not needed. There has been no sudden excess of energy and boundless exuberance, but those headaches have disappeared. I hardly dare commit this to the written word for fear it will provoke the fates, but indeed the headaches seem to be gone. That in itself is a triumph that only someone who suffers migraines will understand. I still tire very easily, but overall things seem to be very slowly improving.

Earl, you had suggested it might take two to six months, so within that time frame there is still a way to go. What I can give unqualified support to is the Progest spray. It really has made a significant difference in the number of flushes and their severity. We were away for three days over Christmas and I forgot to take the Thyrodine with me. I am not sure whether it was that, the surfeit of rich festive food, the busy run-up to the holidays or a combination of the three, but I was suddenly feeling so dreadful that I concluded my progress until then had perhaps been greater than I'd thought.

As a consequence, I have gone back to the beginning and after a day and a half of the Immunoguard therapy and adherence to the diet, I am starting to feel a great deal better. We live in an area where there is an influx of summer visitors so I will wait for things to calm down a bit before visiting the GP for another thyroid test. When I do so, I will let you know the result. My husband is also going to try your Prostatespray. I tried to fax an order on 22 Dec., but could not get through. I will try again on 2 Jan.
Yours sincerely R.H (Australia) [name withheld]

-----Original Message-----
From: S.K [Name withheld]
Sent: Thursday, 30 August 2001 8:17 a.m.
To: Jonathan @ Thyrodine Sales
Subject: Re: Thyrodine Webstore Order - Order #xxxxx

Hey Jonathan! Thanks for asking ... I've been feeling pretty good and
don't miss the Armour at all ... I've been pretty consistent with the Thyrodine, but is there a number of hours I should wait between taking it? I generally take it in the morning -- or rather mid-morning and then again before dinner (supper I think you call it). I have no fatigue to mention, but I do have to work on quitting coffee -- I don't drink a lot of it (about 1/2 cup) and I just drink organic, but STILL. I started using a natural progesterone cream which I understand should help me as well.

What's different lately though is my low blood sugar seems to strike in the morning ... not that I'm tired, but rather, I get the shakes. I thought perhaps I wait too long to eat in the morning. I'm wondering if I should balance this out somehow. I think you have a product -- I'll have to look on the website again. Is it critical I eat within the first hour that I'm awake? My doctor told me I should eat earlier in the morning (I used to put it off until almost noon) ... By the way, how long should I wait before I see my doctor for a check up?

Thanks again for your concern.

S.K (AZ, USA) [name withheld]

-----Original Message-----
From: B.N [name withheld]
Sent: Monday, 26 November 2001 12:22 a.m.
To: Sales @ Inspired Nutritionals Ltd
Subject: Re: update

Hi Jonathan,

One of my clients has finished her thyrodine. She is very pleased....her TSH came back at 3.4! I was worried it wasn't going to work for her since she had followed very little of what I told her to do. She has/had Hashimotos, so I had taken her off kelp since its iodine aggravates hashimotos. Now she wants to know what she should do. I didn't think she should take kelp even though her thyroid is ok now. Advice?

thanks, B.N (Canada)

It really touches me to read what many people have to say about their experience of this web site and the Thyroid & Hormone Regeneration Program. There are plenty more referrals where these came from... but this is all I have had time to put onto the page (there is now a second page located here).

Providing Feedback

Should you wish to add your feedback or experience to this list please email me with your message by clicking here

I do love to hear back from customers, so please take the time to write.
I am aware that many customers like to remain anonymous about their health details and hence sometimes say they want to ID included with references I put on the site. I do ask, however, that you consider letting me include your name (or initials at the least) along with your City, State and Country — it is extremely unlikely that in a world of 7 billion people anyone you know is going to see your name on our site. Although, having said that, I do respect your wishes so if you have an easily identifiable name or you simply wish to keep your name private for whatever reason then I can use just your initials along with the location (city, state, country), or even less ID if you request. Thank you for your support.

 

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