Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by raduray, May 20, 2020.
Derrick Zoolander did it better
it's close though
I liked watching him play QB for the Patriots and will pay some attention to what he does as a QB in Tampa.
He has always held goofy unscientific ideas. That has never affected how I feel about him as a QB. I have never understood why people expect an athlete or an entertainer to know everything about everything, or why they hold grudges against them for doing noncriminal but shady things that are unrelated to their performance.
It is what it is. I wish him good fortune in TB. I wish Stidham MORE good fortune in NE.
Doctors use this stuff to boost immune system. I know a couple who work in ERs. Skip the flu shot, take these. This is what they said.
We have someone with immune problems in our family and her doctors prescribe such supplements. They are costly. We generally trust feel-rite to get us the right product at the best price. BUT if you find these cheaper elsewhere, there's no way to know how much the maker is putting in there.
The supplement market is the wild west of honesty.
I don't have the time or inclination to see if Brady's product is pure or not but I will say that just because the same supplement is much costlier than another brand does not mean the more expensive one is a rip-off. A lot of the manufacturers outright lie about how much they are putting into a capsule.
PloS One, Nutrients and Journal of Functional Foods are crap journals?!
With him being such a weird guy, I'd rather have him write a book on how to snag a super model.
Do you really know doctors (who graduated from an accredited med school) who said to skip the flu shot and take zinc and elderberry instead?
Well geez you Silly Billy 1, do you think they'll find something illegal? Do tell.
He's dead to me ....
This is the first thing that came to my mind too. The doctors I know would never say such a thing. Most of them think herbal type solutions are voodoo nonsense, with a few exceptions. Obviously I'm not saying they are correct, but it is a strange take. If it works, more to them. The flu shot is very low % in terms of how well it protects you anyway. I believe they literally take a 'guess' each year at what strains to put in it. I'm not sure on that though so don't blast me.
This is accusatory without actually saying he is doing something illegal. Barry Bonds? You might has well have said Lance Armstrong. I don't think Brady is doing anything illegal.
You are right about BB a tad happy to rid himself of Guerrero. He nearly crated a cult in the dressing room. Dorsett and these young bucks did not sign up for TB12 and were frozen out. If you sign up for TB12, you get passes thrown your way.
I know quite a few people that believe in basically what Tom is selling and swear by it, I don't have a problem with it, if you do, don't buy it but many people believe in this stuff. Not saying I do but I take Vit C and vit D3 every day and rarely get sick, is it the supplements? Maybe maybe not.
This thread needs a rosemary smudge imo. Allow the goddess spirit to enter you and maybe you will see the truth of concussion juice.
You accused one poster of saying nonsense and decided to double down right after. This thread is epic. Some people in here sound unstable.
I remember the days of paying C.O.D...
Does it have Brawndo inside it?
If you don't suck, you get passes thrown your way...
I did not finish my thought and jumped to the the next sentence. I meant to add that I don't believe Brady is doing anything illegal, just look at his body. He just eats clean and that part I want to learn from him, that is why I was disappointed that i was priced out of the cook book
There's nothing revolutionary about staying away from processed foods and keeping hydrated the problem is, favoring low cost and quick fixes, we've turned away from the basics.
I mentioned Bonds because the way he has talked about Conte and Balco isnt that different than what Brady says about Guerrero. Guerrero seems shady to me and Tom shouldn’t be relying on him.
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