Cortislim "Doctor" on TV accused of being total fake

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The latest diet-pill-of-the-week ads bombarding people on TV and radio have come under fire from a number of critics claiming its spokesperson, "Doctor" Greg Cynaumon, has dubious credentials and references. The self-proclaimed "Doctor" promoting this amazing new weight-loss pill, while at the same time asking lemming consumers to take his word that it works and not weigh themselves, seems to have a mysterious Phd degree from a University that the Los Angeles times called a "diploma mill" that went bankrupt years ago. People have questioned the legitimacy of not only the "Doctor's" credentials, but almost all of his references, previous publications and cited studies which supposedly reinforce the claim of this new product's value.



 

 

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