Age Related Macular Degeneration (Wet or Dry) Testimonials

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“Age related macular degeneration was what I was diagnosed with recently and while my eyesight has deteriorated over the past few weeks I had no idea to the extent that this was occurring or that it was so serious. I had wet AMD where abnormal blood vessels form underneath the macula and this then damages its cells. I consulted you about what I needed to do and you suggested I take Serranol, a combination of serrapeptase and curcumin for best results. The difference has been staggering…one week later and my eyesight is already improving. Thank you!!”

– Jim, Stoke on Trent

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“I was so scared that I would go blind. My AMD was bad and I didn’t know what to expect for the future. Thanks to your serrapeptase and health plans I am now looking forward to enjoying clear vision well into my old age.”

– Judy, Southampton

 

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“I was feeling terrified when my optician and my doctor confirmed that I would go blind. Determined not to give up, I decided to do my own research and came across your site. Since you talked to me and recommended serrapeptase and curcumin, along with other nutrients designed to improve eye health, I have been feeling much better and I can confirm that my eyesight is already beginning to improve…”

– Catherine, Solihull

 

4 Comments

  1. Delores

    April 2, 2018 at 9:34 pm

    Hi I have macular degeneration one eye has a black spot can’t see and the other one has a lot of drusen and black spot when in certain lights. I was wondering about the sarapeptase and curcuman will it help also been diagnosed with heart problem and high blood pressure. falling apart any suggestions. thanks Delores

  2. Amanda B

    November 12, 2018 at 10:38 pm

    Hello. Will serrapeptase cause bleeding with wet macular degeneration? My mother has wet MD and I would like her to start taking serrapeptase, but I’m not sure if it is advisable. Thank you.

    • Lindsay Powers

      November 14, 2018 at 9:13 am

      Hello Amanda, Serrapeptase is not contraindicated for wet macular as it does not promote excess bleeding in the body or thin the blood. It cleans the blood of debris, plaque, inflammation etc and helps it to run more freely. This is great for improving overall circulation, including to the eye area, which can be subject to a lot of stagnation.
      I hope that helps
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

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