Comments on: LifePharm Global Laminine: Independent Review of Marketing Claims Health Science Communicator Thu, 16 Sep 2021 10:24:07 +0000 hourly 1 By: Dr Bill Sukala Thu, 16 Sep 2021 10:24:07 +0000 In reply to Hate me more.

Wow, that’s quite the experience. Thanks for sharing 🙏

By: Hate me more Thu, 16 Sep 2021 09:32:46 +0000 Hi Dr. Bill

I was a former employee of this company in xxxxxxxx.

Their management itself is terrible in their company, they just rely on a testimony from other peoples, not from scientific method. You can see their Facebook, their Youtube, their instagram post, just claiming everything, their Presentation is just for “how you become rich from this product”

This product just like another Vitamin product not great not terrible

The selling point itself is from the Bonus they will get when re-Selling this product, not from the scientific effort.

You article are right, their income is decreasing year after years, even in this sept 2021, still decreasing.

The worst of all is, their member bought Thousand of this products just to get the bonus, and then the unsold products they sell underpriced in ecommerces, but we, the staff are get the storm and anger from the management why all this happening, smh.

1. Bad Management
2. Bad Top Management (boss) habit, too childish

oh one more, this is a Family company, all their top management in US are Father and Son management, so guess what will happening, you criticize them, you will be fired or get the penalty

*sorry for my english, lmao

By: Mari Fri, 10 Sep 2021 09:47:27 +0000 I am a user of laminine for 7 years now. Back then I had too much work with stress and lack of sleep leading to depression and fatigue. I took laminine. I was able to sleep and rest. That was the beginning. In 2018 I had blood test done by an insurance company and they rated me ELITE. That means that I am healthy beyond my age. I have tumors in my breasts that got encapsulated and there is no need for chemo therapy or surgery. I had chicuncuña (a mosquito bite desease that is extremely painful in the joints and debilitating) and it only lasted 2 days while most people had it for at least 2 weeks with faint pains for several years. In general, I recover from any discomfort quickly and I seem to have more energy and much better health than people my age. I want to also mention that your article is very well written I enjoyed reading it very much.

By: Dr Bill Sukala Wed, 08 Jan 2020 00:24:10 +0000 In reply to Tmms.

Thanks for the comment, yep, MLM in general is notoriously overhyped. I’ve seen countless companies selling otherwise average products they could buy at their local supermarket for a fraction of the price, yet because of grandiose marketing, they are willing to pay thousands for drop-shipped products with a fancy label. A sucker quickly parts with his money.

By: Tmms Tue, 07 Jan 2020 22:06:32 +0000 First, thank you DR Sukala,
I have experiences these types of MLM’s since the 80″s since certain herbal vitamin company came on the scene. These companies have one thing in mine. Sell you a MLM membership to make money for themselves. Their products have no scientific proof, but have many testimonials from their MLM members.
I am not saying that some people don’t get results physically or mentally, but the majority don’t. Use it if it works for you, but don’t believe unfounded truths without scientific evidence. I take vitamins I buy at a health food store, but I don’t have to pay $1100.00 for their benefits, and there are many reputable books than can tell you what to take for certain medical conditions and physical stamina. Believe me I pay much less ($25-50/ Mo.) for the same results than some of the people in MLM’s claim.

By: Dr Bill Sukala Fri, 20 Dec 2019 14:49:55 +0000 In reply to I want know too.

A fool quickly parts with his money. Read the article in it’s entirety before you leave a comment.

By: I want know too Fri, 20 Dec 2019 10:02:25 +0000 But, have you ever tried? thats the question, no matter how good you want to fool prof about laminine, have you ever tried it? You said “American Health Journal” is biassed or what ever you called, but have you ever studied for your self about laminine? and what the result? i want to know too, you can answer my comment in YES or NO, if yes, good, i want to know what the result and effect to your body, and if NO, dont said anything, just said NO, so i can assume your article is biassed too.

By: Pavol Dudrik Sat, 05 Oct 2019 17:44:01 +0000 In reply to Bill Sukala, PhD.

Autor napísal jednu pravdu a to že sa mu “… zdá…”
Je to v zavere článku
Poznám množstvo ludi, ktorým užívanie Lamininy pomohlo a to nie na zaklade subjektívných nalezov ale na zaklade objedktivnych lekarskych vyšetrení.

Text článku po odbornej stránke je asi taky ako keby som ja písal o astronomii, ktorej vôbec nerozumiem

Ale aj takí ludia sú, žial

By: Dr Bill Sukala Sun, 14 Oct 2018 09:49:00 +0000 In reply to Eggcelent.

Laminine is a brand name. Laminin is a protein that, if you eat it, it would be broken down like any other protein source. But not surprisingly, much of the research they try to cite as support for their product has absolutely nothing to do with the product. In short, I’d suggest looking for another golden unicorn because egg white protein powder ain’t it. Here’s an article to that effect:

By: Eggcelent Sun, 14 Oct 2018 08:26:00 +0000 Clearly the whole product and company is trash. But what about the healing potential of raw eggs? Can we eat raw eggs to get natural Laminin? Or egg white protein powder? Lets not throw the baby chicken out with the egg white bathwater lol