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This publication should NOT have cost any money. It is a fancy full-fledged advertisement for their huge variety of supplements -- then they write an article claiming "research" that supports their claims. The articles give NO good information or advice except the need to purchase their supplements. How in the world can NEA support this kind of sham? Look at all the ratings -- the majority are 1-star (since 0 stars is not available) with the average of 2.6 coming from all the scam reviews surely written by someone with the company. Do not waste your money or free coupon on this.
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