Forgotten Fertility Study
Despite the research that has been done regarding PABA, once pharmaceutical drugs started to become the status quo, much of this fertility research was lost and forgotten.
One such forgotten study, was the 1942 study where it was reported that twelve out of sixteen infertile women became pregnant after taking 100 mg of PABA four times per day for three-seven months.
That’s a success rate of 75%!
Obviously this is an extremely small study, but the amazing results should have sparked more research.
Sadly, it still remains one of many “filed-away” vitamin research studies.
Besides, why promote something as inexpensive as PABA ($4-$10), when you can spend anywhere between $8,000 to $15,000 for a fertility treatment with a success rate of only 25-30%?!
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