Three peoples experience with The Helen foundation at: scamorg.com/helen-foundation-43 . One story there is by a person who was an employee and worked for a year with Dr. Stenberg (retired University of North Dakota chemistry professor), Ernesto Gallegos (car salesman), and Debbie Malone, the nurse who advises you while you are in the program and is an unlicensed nurse. Sorry, sounds like a very expensive and potentially life threatening lesson in how to lose $7500. Cortisol medication has a long list of bad side effectsView Thread
I am so glad to find this. I talked to the Helen Foundation today and they want me to sign up tomorrow. What is the rush? I need to talk to my doctor and others in the health alternative field I trust before taking a drug that is well known to be problematic. Also, is the cost justifiable with what they give you?View Thread
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