“Aarp” and “boron” supplements to help prevent cancer
AARP is giving away a $100 coupon for a supplement that’s meant to combat the side effects of chemotherapy.
“Aarp,” as it’s called, has been around for years and was the top-selling weight-loss supplement in the U.S. for years, but the supplement’s popularity was a major blow to the industry.
According to the AARP, the product has the potential to save patients from the “cancer, arthritis and chronic pain that plagues so many Americans,” including “many with cancer, arthritis or chronic pain, including those with advanced cancers or pain from cancer.”
The product was introduced in 2009 to combat chemotherapy’s side effects, but it’s been gaining attention lately as a possible weight-losing option.AARP’s website says Aarp is made with the bioavailable form of BORON, a natural compound found in marine animals.BORON is considered an anti-cancer compound, and studies show it has shown to have a protective effect against a wide range of cancers and other ailments.
It is also an antihistamine and anti-inflammatory.
The company’s website explains that Aarp contains:Bioavailability: Bioavailability is the measure of how much of a drug is absorbed in a dose, and it’s the ratio between the percentage of the dose absorbed and the total dose.
In other words, a more bioavailable drug means a greater amount of the drug is available to the body.
The more bioavailability, the greater the chance that your body will absorb the drug.
Bora, the company that created Aarp, said the company is using the bioavailability measurement to help determine the dose of Aarp to get the most bang for its buck.
Aarp has been used in over 1.3 million prescriptions in the United States, according to the company.
The company claims that the bioamplification of Bora’s formula was the key to making the product as effective as possible.
In the United Kingdom, the Bio-Boron, or BORAN, company is the biggest producer of AARP supplements, according of a 2014 report in The Guardian newspaper.
The bioavailability measurements are used to help set the dosage and dose frequency of the Aarp product, which is marketed as an antiobesity supplement.
Borona said in a statement that it is a product of “great concern” that AARP “did not consider that the products efficacy could be assessed through a standardized bioavailability assessment.
AARP did not disclose the company’s bioavailability.
In a statement, AARP said it’s using the BOROPHONE formula for all products.
The AARP supplement is only available in the states of Florida, Michigan and New York, and is only approved for people over 65.
For the rest of the country, there are a number of supplements available, but not all of them meet the AHPRA standard.
For example, Bora said its AARP Plus and AARP Pro supplements meet the standard for weight loss, but they are not available in all states.