Celeb: Pat Boone - MDR Vital Factors
Page last updated & all links verified Month 00, 2006
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NOTE: This page Under Construction/Conversion
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I couldn't find many reviews on this product on my first (admittedly quick) search (pre-07/14/2006). There were thousands of sites for it as an HGH (Human Growth Hormone) replacement, though, and in many cases, when I searched for it using "review", I was sent to a page advertising HGH.
Remember, though... MDR's Vital Factors is made from all NATURAL ingredients, meaning it does not go through the FDA review processes. AND, it costs $100 for a one-month supply!
As you can see, this page is not complete. I have transferred the information from the old Infomercial Info page (or notes I took) to give myself (and you) a reference and starting point. I used other pages as a template, and have left bits and pieces of paragraphs. They may or MAY NOT apply to THIS product.
The links from the original reference or notes have been transferred here, too. Other than the link(s) to the product site(s), they have not been "categorized". I will also find other links when I get to the conversion of this page.
Once this page is complete, the links note (above right) will be updated, and this whole section will be removed.
The infomercial looked kind of like ITC Infomercials. In this case, a host interviews the female doctor who founded MDR and developed Vital Factors, and a male doctor. (Sorry about the descriptions... I didn't write down the names... I will try to next time I see it, and include them when I get them.)
The male doctor is EXTREMELY "laid-back" (almost "comatose"). In fact, I seem to remember an actor that looks like him. Anyway, he's only asked a few questions, on which he expounds in a semi-monotone. The female doctor describes Vital Factors, why she developed them, and the ills they can help.
Following are links to what appear to be "main" sites for the product.
This section lists the sites where I found "negative" comments about the people and company, and/or the product. Some of the terms "sham", "scam", "scams", "flim-flam", "complain", "complaints", "rip", "rip-off", "fraud", "warning", similar words, and maybe just "review" were used in searching for negative comments.
WARNING: Be aware that some of the following sites may be attempting to sell their own or lead you into buying another product. If you consider their (or others') offers, at least do as much research on them as you would in looking for a new house, car or doctor before buying anything. Also, be sure to read and understand any company's Privacy Policies and Terms/Conditions, too. A "$$" indicates these sites.
- http://www.fitnessinfomercialreview.com/reviews/mdrvitalfactors (most like, but don't like cost or taste)
- http://www.netwellness.org/question.cfm/21302.htm (from 2001 - unknown/not recommended)
- http://www.infomercialratings.com/product/mdrvitalfactors (1 review ( as of 06/2006) - positive results)
- http://www.quackwatch.org/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/PhonyAds/infolist.html (misleading infomercials - listed but no review)
- http://www.infomercialwatch.org/general/infolist.shtml (misleading infomercials - listed but no review)
There is a LOT of free health information out there in Internet-land. I included a number of sites online where you can find FREE articles on Health on my Links page. In these links you can find reviews, and other articles that may help you make an INFORMED decision. Be sure to check them out.