“Just this week I called Mrs. Sandy Johnston who works at Nature’s Way in Fife, Scotland…
Mrs. Johnston is a great believer in complementary therapies and nutritional supplements. Her fear like that of many of us is that draconian EU directives could drive them off the market. She recommends Serrapeptase to people with circulatory problems and has seen good results with varicose veins. Her ‘star’ customer is a lady called Mrs Robertson who was recently interviewed on the radio when she particularly mentioned this product.
I called Mrs Robertson who was delighted to speak to me. She is a lady of 68 years old. Unfortunately as is sometimes the case, her healthy lifestyle (she has never smoked or drunk alcohol) has not prevented her from developing an irregular heart beat and blocked arteries. She discovered Serrapeptase and has this to say
“It has helped me so much. I am on medication while awaiting an operation and the doctors can’t understand why I am so well. The reason, I believe, is that I take natural things but I am afraid the doctor is inclined to pooh pooh this. My consultant however is more open minded and advises me to go along with it as it seems to be doing me so much good. Serrapeptase has helped me so much and I am now waiting the arrival of my order of the new Serrapeptase and Nattokinase Formula. I thought, if it does all they say it will then I must try it, if it can clear my arteries I may not need the operation. Because I suffer from diabetes there would be some risk in my having that. I have three daughters and they advise me try this new supplement first as Serrapeptase has helped keep me on my feet; I should have been much worse without it
“I’ve noticed that if I stop taking Serrapeptase I get much more breathless, its just a shame you can’t get it on the National Health. I used to work for Sandy in the health shop and my eldest daughter has taken over for me at present. When I recommended it I felt like saying ‘I was a nurse myself, I know the importance of taking care of your health.’
“I saw them coming into the shop with a strong smell of tobacco on their breath; many in this area are also heavy drinkers and yet they grumbled about the price of Serrapeptase. OK, let them drink and smoke if that’s what they want to do. I have to do what is right for me. It’s a question of priorities.”
- Mrs. Robertson