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Who is Active Stem?

Another marketing company blanketing social media with hype and webaloney.

LCR Health operating as scienceasasolution combines a handful of anti-aging compounds in a “proprietary blend” (in order to hide the actual amounts) and sells it for $46.99. This is a quote from their site, accessed on 04/13/17 at: http://scienceasasolution.com/#tid#

“What makes Active Stem different from other anti-aging supplements?

Active Stem works on a cellular level by boosting the proliferation of adult stem cells – or “master cells” – in your body. This repairs damage to your muscles, organs, skin, and brain.”

Now, healthy skeptics, repeat after me: “Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.”

What evidence does LCR Health provide to demonstrate that taking their product will increase stem cells and brain repair? NONE. ZERO. ZIP.

Yeah, it’s that bad. And getting worse. Someone oughta do something about that.


By | 2017-04-13T18:03:13+00:00 April 13th, 2017|Categories: Health Scam Alert, Healthy Skeptics|Tags: |9 Comments

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  • James Finnegan says:

    I usually agree with you guys but in this particular case, calling it a “scam” might be a bit harsh unless you consider the entire “anti aging” and vitamin supplement industry a scam all together. I have done a bit of research on this subject purely for my own personal use and although there is no “actual” proof that it increases stem cells, the fact is that all of the ingredients are known to help repair the body on a “cellular” level and have found that buying these ingredients separately would cost approximately the same or more. As far as the term “proprietary blend”, its just too easy to imitate a product especially if it shows strong interest, so I really can’t blame any company from trying to delay the eventual “generic” version. Everyone is different and results will always vary from person to person. There are too many products to mention that the scientific community claimed have no actual “evidence” of improving health or lifestyle but still have avid believers based on their own personal experience. The bottom line should always be to be skeptical of extreme claims but the results may be significant enough in any particular person to show overall improvement. I intend to purchase this product and try it for 30 days. I will provide another comment after use with my own personal results and experience. Thank you.

  • Cesar Vicente says:

    I just wants to make a question: all the studies mentioned in this video are False, as well the results that they said the studies has produce?
    This is the video: http://themcclainplan.com/video/index_171107A.php?n=tba

  • Rodolfo serna says:

    I’m 50 years old is safe for me to take active stem?

  • Royce says:

    I just received it and tried it last night. the taste was so bad , I am not sure if I should trust this product. They said that the taste was not bad?

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