Originally Posted by Pettrix
Well, after Bob Enyart Live ends around 3:30PM on AM670. There is this other show called "Healthline" with Dr. Bob Marshall that comes on.
I 've listened to him a few times and I am starting to consider buying his products. I would like input from others.
Is this stuff real or is it just a scam?
I have heard this show a couple times. Here are my thoughts (I'm not a physician, or in any of the "health" fields):
I would be cautious about a "doctor" who also makes a profit from the cures he sells. Well, in his case, it's not "also
makes a profit", because he doesn't charge you when you call him, so the ONLY way he makes money is by selling his products. And do you know what his "doctor" title means? Because I don't - I couldn't find anything on his website that indicates if he is actually a medical doctor. He could have a doctorate in nutrition, or he could be a chiropractor. He could also have a doctorate in something completely unrelated to his business ("Dr." Laura Schlessinger's doctorate is in Exercise Physiology, but she doesn't advertise that).
I'm concerned that he "prescribes" his products after asking someone their symptoms, their age and how much they weigh.
His products may work, but he really is a salesman. His "prescriptions" and advice are always
"take my products." He never tells people to lose weight, get more exercise, watch what they eat, and see their family physician. He never tells anyone to do anything that doesn't make money for him.
I advise caution!