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alfista
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gixer thanks again
Fri 11:37
More medical advocacy work in Germany, all good IMHO

Worwag continue to promote Syntrival (Fruitflow) in 2016 to medical practitioners.

1. New opportunities for primary prevention of arterial thrombosis in early-risk groups

Erfurt 08.03.2016
Oberkirch 09.03.2016
Berlin 05.04.2016
Dresden 19.04.2016
Hollfeld 22.06.2016

http://www.woerwagwissen.de/veranstaltungen.html#abstract1

"For cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack or stroke vascular changes and a resulting disturbed blood flow are primarily responsible. A unique active ingredient from the core-surrounding jelly tomato proven to support healthy blood flow without disturbing the normal process of blood clotting. Many people are also exposed to stress, unhealthy eating habits or have other risk factors also interfere with healthy blood flow. As part of this training you will be taught the relevant knowledge for development and prevention of arterial thrombotic events such as stroke and heart attack."

http://www.woerwagwissen.de/abstracts.html#abstract1
 
pickledonion
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RE: Pumps
Wed 20:00
Thanks for the kind words.
Have moved him in, so he can be better looked after.
After 1 week of living in the same house, I'm not sure if it's his heart he should be most worried about.
wheelds
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Prvention is Better then Cure!
Tue 18:00
Prevention is better then cure and cheaper in the long run.
However, while many of us go to the gym, go bike riding, go for a regular walk with the dog, or go swimming and are aware of what products are good for us and what are not, the majority brought up under the umbrella of the N.H.S. continue to eat - drink- smoke and be merry until its to late for some.
However, as the U.K. population increases the financial pressure mounts up and up on the N.H.S.and to save money more and more doctors under the guidance of big brother government are being told to note who smokes and who is over weight and unfit due to their life style and, hence, the time is coming when many will soon have to pay extra for their N.H.S. cover. IMHO .
colbaltblue
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RE: Pumps
Tue 16:42
Pickled, every good wish for the family member and the op but Fruitflow might be a bit late for him at this stage and no doubt he has the full force of the narrow minded medics prescribing all sorts of blood thinners etc.Take a look at The British Heart Foundation website to get some idea of how the medical establishment thinks and how they love to use rat poison on people. They NEVER mention Fruitflow because no one's paying them to.

Alas for your relative it's a bit late and he will be on Warfarin, statins etc after the op (a friend of mine is ) but for those who know about Fruitflow, we might, with a bit of luck, avoid heart surgery in the first place.
pickledonion
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RE: Pumps
Tue 13:12
Sod it! I've only got my cycling proficiency certificate.
Regarding flogging Fruitflow; I've been trying to convince a family member who requires a heart bypass (op in a few weeks), and I can't get him to show the slightest interest.
Suggested he raise it with his Doc and he just shrugs.
If I can't flog it to a sick man, I'm not sure how I'd sell it to the worried well.
alfista
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I see
Tue 10:51
An interesting concept. Do you propose to do that as Provexis, with a single product to sell in every airport, staffed for 18 hours a day, 364 days a year. What is your budget for such a venture, what is the gross profit? How many £1 shots would need to be sold to break even?
Personally, I would rather sell a capsule form of Fruitflow, preferably combined with Omega3 to benefit from the established market presence of that product, aimed at being consumed EVERY day rather than the once in a blue moon times when a consumer takes a flight. I would sell online because that is the lowest cost of sale basis to sell anything these days. And I would back it up with published data from past, current, and ongoing research and trials.

Oh, hang on.........
pumpky
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RE: Pumps
Tue 09:24
Qualifications, Hgv class,2, motorbike licence, Duke of Edinburgh gold award,
pumpky
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RE: fao the other board
Tue 09:22
I am going to open establishments in every airport and sell Sirco 250 ml for £1.00 a shot!!
alfista
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Pumps
Tue 09:20
If they don't, then who does?
You're not starting a campaign to bring back he who can't be mentioned are you?

What are your qualifications? FCCA?
pickledonion
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RE: fao the other board
Mon 21:57
I think you could be just what this company needs Pumpky....I'll back you all the way!
If you could just give a little detail on your plans for transforming this company I'll promote you all the way.




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