LifeForce Review

Editor's Review: 3.9 / 5.0

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LifeForce: A Dynamic Plan for Health outlines a very easy, productive approach to blocking and beating disease, illness, and other medical maladies. McCombs, the auhor of this book, believes that Candida albicans (or yeast) is to blame for unstable emotions, fatigue, and even weight gain. He takes the stance that Candida is an injuring and health damaging substance. It is suitable for both men and women, however, because of the SF722 capsules it has not been approved for pregnant women in the first trimester.

Product Features

LifeForce: A Dynamic Plan for Health, by Jeffery McCombs, focuses on the idea that Candida, or yeast, is the reason why so many people have trouble with weight loss, fatigue, and emotional distress. His book claims that to detoxify your body you must complete the six key parts of his plan – a strict diet (no pork, sugar, dairy, alcohol, or grains except brown rice), healthy supply of water, 15 SF722 anti-Candida capsules taken daily (women should NOT take these in their first trimester of pregnancy), regular vitamin C intake, sweating sessions for at least fifteen minutes, and, after six weeks of being on the LifeForce program, acidophilus (to help the body be protected against harmful bacteria, parasites, and other organisms-it also plays a key role in digestion by creating a toxic environment for unhealthy creatures in the user’s body) capsules. Those six components helps to reestablish the user’s tissues to their normal flora, and reawaken the body’s inborn ability to govern, balance, and defend itself.

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Advantages

  • The program encourages exercise.
  • May improve overall health and weight loss.

Disadvantages

  • It is not a mainstream medical idea.
  • Candida is not the cause of weight gain for everybody.
  • It may not address the gains of a safe dietary supplement for hunger suppression.
  • LifeForce makes no satisfaction guarantee promises.

Conclusion

Even though the book LifeForce: A Dynamic Plan for Health is not based on a mainstream medical presupposition about Candida being to blame for so many health concerns, but it may provide users with invaluable advice for eating well and exercising regularly. Candida may or may not be a problem for some people. If a user has a problem with weight gain or a health problem such as emotional instability or lassitude, they may want to follow the LifeForce plan. However, just because a user has had weight gain problems in the past or present does not mean that they have a Candida problem, they may need to just look over their exercise routine, food healthiness and portion intake, and other aspects of their diet.

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