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Not Only Are Phiten Necklaces Ugly, They Don't Work!

Bare KnucksAnalyst IAugust 4, 2009

Phiten, a Japanese company, claims these titanium-infused necklaces stabilize the body’s energy flow.  Supposedly the titanium in these necklaces combats the negative effects of instability by normalizing the bio-electricity within each cell.  Sounds like a crock of shit to me!

Allegedly, this flimsy $25 necklace improves the rate of recovery from fatigue and muscle strain, prevents injury through reduced muscle tension and increased flexibility as well as enhance the ability to perform at an optimum level by reducing fatigue and tension.  Phiten is blowing smoke up our asses!  Fatigue is not believed to be caused by an imbalance of ions in the body!

It came as no surprise to discover that there is no scientific proof supporting these rip-off necklaces, just a bunch of claims.  So the company ‘claims’ these things benefit the body, big deal!  I could make a bunch of bogus claims that have no evidence, that doesn’t mean you should buy into it!  In fact, that should be more reason to reject this dim-witted product!

Read More About the Japanase Scam Here


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