My Fibroids Miracle review is written after Amanda Leto, the product creator forwarded me a copy of her book. Amanda knew that I was, at the time, promoting a competitor’s product and wanted me to consider recommending hers.
If you are considering buying Fibroids Miracle, then you will already know something about fibroids. You will probably already be aware that conventional treatment has severe limitations and that really, the key to eliminating fibroids lies in your own hands. However, the process isn’t simple and requires a good deal of commitment and, more importantly, a really robust, thorough set of protocols which must be followed without deviation. The principle of the treatment revolves around the fact that fibroids grow in response to both primary and secondary factors which happen to be present in the woman’s body. As everybody is unique, we don’t all respond in the same way and the factors which might cause fibroids in one woman are unlikely to be identical in another.
The complex nature of fibroids meant to me that to be anything other than a “quick fix”, Fibroids Miracle really would have to impress me. Especially for me to recommend it over a product I had already-
1. Recommended for over 2 years
2. Had guided a friend towards (who had used it successfully)
3. Seen numerous validated testimonials for
So, going back to my vacation….it was nearly time to fly home, the kids were in the pool and I was sat outside on my wireless laptop and decided to have a peek at Amanda Leto’s product with a view to doing a Fibroids Miracle review. I know to many people it’s difficult to get excited about a product to shrink fibroids (!) but that’s how I felt…excited. I kind of had a fluttery feeling in my stomach as I knew that despite all I knew about fibroids, I had never, ever seen such a comprehensive amount of information about fibroids in one place. I have actually had numerous library books for research, bought a couple of books from Amazon on the subject and read through many websites, but never had I seen anything like this. I can only describe it as a “fibroids bible”