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Two Promising Therapies for Parkinson’s Invented in 2017 12/16 by Parkinsons Recovery

I have been searching for therapies that can offer people relief from symptoms of Parkinson’s disease for 12 marvelous years, but have never been so enthused about two new therapies that have just been available in 2017. One is light (or photobiomodulation) therapy. The other is a new ketone ester.

For further information about photobiomodulation therapy, visit:  https://www.blog.parkinsonsrecovery.com/photobiomodulation-therapy

For information about the new Ketone ester, visit: https://ketoneaid.com/pr. When the show first aired, a website address was announced to pre-order the new ketone ester as it is currently in a production phase Due to an extremely high demand, the opportunity to pre-order the ester is no longer officially open. However, the CEO of KetoneAid.com, Frank Llosa, has generously agreed to allow members of the Parkinsons Recovery community to pre-order a supply which will likely be available for shipment in March, 2018.  You can pre-order by emailing Frank directly: [email protected] Be sure to mention you heard about the new ester here and would like to place a preorder. nThere is currently no way to pre-order on any website I suspect the problem in the near future will be availability, so if this calls out to you are a viable option, I would suggest submitted a pre-order even though the product is not yet available to ship. 

Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
https://www.parkinsonsdisease.me

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