MyDailyDose Review

Editor's Review: 3.4 / 5.0

What You Should Know

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Dr. Hans Nieper is behind the MyDailyDose supplement. In Germany, 2-AEP is a prescription-based medication that works to repair cell walls at the source. According to MyDailyDose, 2-AEP is now available in the United States without a prescription and Dr. Napier has formulated a supplement with this ingredient. MyDailyDose can be ordered from the official website and is covered with a 100% Guarantee. Note, the 100% Guarantee does not say “money-back”.

List of Ingredients

C-Complete: Vitamin C, Acerola Cherry, Natural Rose Hips and P-Complex Bioflavonoids.

E-Complete: Vitamin E, Endurol, Selenium and Magnesium.

B-Complete: All essential B vitamins includes 1000 mcg of oral Vitamin B12.

Mineral Complex: Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium and 2-AEP.

Beta Carotene: Beta Carotene and Selenium.

Product Features

MyDailyDose does not publish an official ingredient list. Instead, the website lists each complex and mentions some of the ingredients included in each. There is no way of knowing whether the mentioned ingredients, collectively, supply an entire list or only a partial list. If a dieter cannot assure all ingredients are divulged, the supplement may not be safe to use.

2-AEP is the star ingredient in MyDailyDose. Supposedly, the ingredient is approved for use in Germany as a prescription medication but can be used in the United States without a prescription. The FDA wrote to MyDailyDose in 2005, advising them that claims made on the website deemed the supplements as “new drugs” and thus they were in violation with FDA rules and regulations. Since then, the website information and claims may have changed, but the formulas are still the same.

No links to German online websites promoting 2-AEP could be found and much of the information that could be found from the United States and the UK linked the ingredient to Multiple Sclerosis and not weight loss or anti-aging. One month’s supply of the supplement is $44.99 from the official website. Many online retailers sell MyDailyDose. There is a return policy from which the dieter can choose one of the options if they do not like the produThe only option listed is to return the product for a full refund within 30 days of placing the order. The refund will be less a $7.95 stocking fee plus any shipping and handling charges and express fees. Dieters must also contact the company by email before returning the product and wait for a return email with specific instructions.

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Advantages

  • None.

Disadvantages

  • The return guarantee is short and difficult to understand.
  • 2-AEP may not be a safe ingredient.
  • There is no information on 2-AEP from German sources.
  • Most of the online literature about 2-AEP associates the ingredient with Multiple Sclerosis.

Conclusion

MyDailyDose has been warned by the FDA about claiming the supplement heals and replaces prescription medication. The supplement is not created with fat burning ingredients, so weight loss would not be much.

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