Dr. Rothfeld's Atlas of Natural Cures Reviews
About Dr. Rothfeld's Atlas of Natural Cures
Dr. Rothfeld’s Atlas of Natural Cures, found online at NutritionAndHealing.com, is a downloadable ebook which promises to provide people with more than 500 pages of “brilliant medical insights.”
How Does It Work?
According to their website, Dr. Glenn Rothfeld is a doctor that is working hard to provide people with natural solutions and programs which can improve and even reverse serious medical conditions. The promotional video advertising this book uses Alzheimer’s as an example.
They say that most doctors believe that the beta-amyloid plaque that builds up in the brain is the cause of the forgetfulness, confusion, and depression associated with Alzheimer’s. But Dr. Rothfeld says this plaque is just a symptom of the actual root cause of Alzheimer’s which is starvation.
As people age, their bodies have such difficulty absorbing the nutrients from their diets, that their brains become nutrient deficient, resulting in the problems with mental cognition. The way to fix this condition then lies in making sure that your brain is getting the nutrients it needs. Dr. Rothfeld calls this “ICT protocol” and says that it can improve and even reverse Alzheimer’s.
But the book doesn’t stop there. It also includes natural solutions and even cures for arthritis, diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and more.
Dr. Rothfeld’s Atlas of Natural Cures is actually completely free for customers, as long as they subscribe to Dr. Rothfeld’s monthly newsletter, Nutrition & Healing, which includes daily emails regarding new or important health news. A one year subscription is currently priced at $74, unless you are 55 years of age or older, in which case you can take advantage of their special discount and receive a one year subscription for just $37.
The sales page for this product actually does say that their customers are welcome to try their newsletter “risk free” and are welcome to cancel their enrollment, receive a refund, and keep the Atlas of Natural Cures for free.
Unfortunately the website does not provide any details at all regarding how and when customers will need to cancel their enrollment in order to get a refund, nor do they provide their customers with access to a set of legal Terms & Conditions. In addition, they do not provide their customers with any way to contact their Customer Service team, so these issues will not be able to be cleared up in advance of payment.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to contact their Customer Service team with any questions, concerns, or complaints will not be able to do so until they become a member, because this company does not publish their contact information for the general public at this time.
Unfortunately there are not many customer reviews for this book at this time, making it difficult for customers to decide whether or not this might be for them. But there are issues to consider before ordering this product.
The fact that this company does not publish a Terms and Conditions, a Refund Policy, nor any contact information is obviously a bad sign, and is indicative of a company that is more interested in making a sale than they are in helping their customers.
In addition, this company is making some very serious claims about serious and even life threatening health conditions. Customers should not make any decisions about discontinuing medication and trying new solutions until they have spoken with their doctor.
Competitors and Alternatives?
There are actually many other natural health and wellness guides, and healing newsletters available, though many of them are likely to suffer from the same concerns as Dr. Rothfeld’s.
If you have any experience with this company or their products, please leave your Dr. Rothfeld’s Atlas of Natural Cures reviews below.
19 ‘Dr. Rothfeld's Atlas of Natural Cures’ Reviews
Dr. Glen Rothfeld is online now promoting what he calls the Universal Vaccine. He has a very long promotional video that tries to convince you he has discovered the cure for cancer, diabetes, Alzheimers Disease, and cardiovascular disease. To get information on this cure you are required to subscribe to his $74 newsletter. He never identifies what the "Universal Vaccine" is except he does give the chemical name of it in the video as being: 2-Oxo-L-threo-Hexono-1, 4-lactone-2, 3-enediol. So I googled that and guess what the "universal Vaccine" is? Vitamin C. Yep, good old vitamin C is being used by this quack to sell his newsletter. Unbelievable.
It's working my diabetes it Is totally under control I no longer takes insulin it's great I'm only using my old medication metformin I was in the 400 it's a blessing I'm normal!
I fell for this and when I received the April newsletter it required a password which I could not provide and redirected to another site did nothing. Avoid this scam like the plague.
This is a scam designed to rip you off.
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Thought this was a legitimate book, emails have been cluttering my inbox and I am not able to cancel the subscription. Very little info about how to contact them is available, emails to the addresses noted are returned as invalid. Auto messages are not returned, there is no phone number noted on their sites or info. They charge much more than advertised and have billed twice. Sorry I fell for this, think8ng it was a legitimate critical resource.
so glad ppl left reviews . tk u for sharing . How do ppl live w/ themselves ? preying on ppl like us .