We are using the products at our house and our friends house. We are doing tests on our family members as well. I am the only one that wants to sell the products to anyone, and I am not selling them to people that don't want to buy them and are not going to take the product.
What's the difference between a supplement and a medicine? A supplement is a type of diet-like diet and is made of substances that are either naturally occurring or from processed foods, such as vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. For example, creatine supplements are usually made from creatine (commonly called Creatine) that is either naturally found or is added to processed foods. A prescription drug is an active medication, such as a prescription pain killer, that is meant to treat a serious condition. The ingredients in the medication are not always present in the product. For example, if you get a prescription for an antibiotic, but the antibiotic doesn't come in a bottle with the name of the drug on it, it may be a different one and not the same as the prescription drug you have. The most common dietary supplement, however, is a diet-like diet.