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RMHelpingHearts.com

Initially, our main menu linked directly to RMHelpingHearts.com; however, after getting a call or two asking why we posted this link, we inserted this page to answer that question.  Of course, you can skip this story at any time and go directly to RMHelpingHearts.com via this link or by clicking the picture at the left.


Our Trustee’s Story

Years ago I fought a deadly battle with a melanoma (skin cancer) using a juicing program, the diet provided in Genesis 1 & 3, exercise and mild sun exposure (for vitamin D3).  My family supported me in many ways yet the most arduous work for them was the daily juicing regimen that went on for over two years.  I am so thankful for the love they shared with that service.  Another concern for me was the effect of watching my wife go through the worry she experienced over that time. Nonetheless, I recovered; and, for a few years I experienced greater health than I had felt for years.  However, even though I am an avid skier and both eat properly (mostly organic fruits and vegetables) and get my share of exercise, I started to have periodic heart pain (angina). All of my life, whenever I was filling out health charts for MDs, etc. I checked off all of the boxes that indicated that we had no heart problems in our family (as my parents had instructed me when I was young).  Yet, when I started to have the angina, I looked more carefully at my family history and found that my mother’s father died from cardiovascular disease when my mother was 9 years old .  Her brother died from a heart attack when he was 19 years old; and, on my father’s side of the family virtually all of the men (for several generations) died from cardiovascular disease before they were 55 years old.  Thus, I discovered my angina was a hereditary factor (which was later confirmed by my ADMA level of .98).

Realizing the angina was hereditary and that I was already eating and exercising like the medical world would have me do, I knew that there was nothing I could do about the angina but deal with it.  So, as the pain became more frequent and more severe I learned how to do deep breathing with relaxation exercises and external heart massage to control and alleviate the symptoms.

Over time, the angina attacks got up to five to six major (very painful) attacks every day.  Cardiac care professionals wanted me to check into the hospital; but, I would not.

Again, because I didn’t want my wife to worry, I didn’t tell her about my heart condition.  My logic was that I already had the Nitroglycerin tablets from the doctor (to treat the pain if it got to bad to handle) and the doctors couldn’t really do anything else for me (that I was willing to do); so, I would either live or die; but, telling my wife would only give her cause to worry and that would just make matters worse for her and the whole family.

Then one day some close friends invited my wife and me to come over to their house to learn about some new product they had been using quite successfully for several health situations they were facing (like arthritis, diabetes and heart health).  Though they are dear friends, I did not want to go learn about some new direct marketed health care product.  Whenever, I need anything nutrition wise, I find the foods I need to provide it and I already eat only organic foods and get my exercise; so, if that doesn’t do it, I figured I don’t need it.  Nonetheless, my wife wanted to honor our friends; so, she went.

When she came home, she told me about quite a few different people that had been at that meeting sharing stories of recovery from various serious health conditions.  Some of those stories were related to cardiovascular disease like I was suffering from; so, it did spark my interest because my wife was quite excited about what she learned at the meeting.  A couple of weeks later, our friends were having another meeting at their mother’s house; so, when my wife asked me to come, I said OK.

Again, several people were there all telling amazing stories of their experiences.  Our friend’s mother even showed me her hands that had been crippled up with arthritis and she now could move them freely.  Though I had no idea what caused her hands to recover so well, she was certain it was the product she was using and when my wife asked me if i would be willing to try it, I said, “Yes, I wouldn’t mind trying it.” So, after the presentation she bought the product.  As she did, she asked me if she should spend the extra $25.00 to sign on as a distributor and having heard the presentation about the compensation plan, it seemed like a no-brainer; because if she did, over time she would get that $25 back and the product would cost a bit less.  So, that is what she did.  That was on a Thursday night.

On the following Saturday, I asked my sweetheart when that “Stuff you ordered is supposed to come.”
She said, “What stuff?”
I said, “That stuff you bought at that meeting the other night.” 
She stopped what she was doing, looked at me with a serious look and said, “So, what do you care. You never use supplements and you always pooh-pooh direct marketed offers anytime anybody comes up with them; so, why do you care?  Something’s going on!  What is it?”

Telling her anything but the truth or even omitting it after she had asked me that question would just be a lie—so, I told her about the angina.  To my surprise, she hardly responded; she just turned around and went on about her business of the day.  However, when the product came in Monday’s mail, she started me right off on the therapeutic dose of four scoops a day (two in the morning and two at night).  By Wednesday morning, my angina was completely gone!  I still had tightness in my chest a few times a day for a few days; but, no pain at all.  By the weekend even the tightness in my chest was gone!

It didn’t take me long to know that my wife had saved my life.

Having had that experience, I shared it with some friends that were in even worse shape than I was; and, they too claim it saved their lives.  A couple of weeks after we first made that first order, my wife had already received a check for more than that original registration fee and shortly after that her new relationship was already paying for the product we were using.  As a result, though neither my wife nor I had any intention of being anything but customers, that usage and automatically sharing our experiences with others in need turned into the business RMHelpingHearts.com.  She opened the business because she could not justify having seen the results we experienced and not share the news with others.

Respectively, that is why that link is on the Team Law website, because if it had not been for my wife getting involved with that business, I would be dead; and, Team Law would not exist!

Though Team Law is not affiliated with RMHelpingHearts.com, our Trustee is alive today because of the products they provide, we at Team Law are simply thankful for the my life saving experience; and, thus, we express that thanks with the link to RMHelpingHearts.com.  Beyond that, there is nothing like having a friend call you up and tell you there story of how this saved their life; that alone would make the link worth it.  Respectively, you should contact them to learn more.

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