In a year when several health discoveries have already made headlines, this one may be the biggest yet.
2017's most talked-about innovation came yesterday when Dr. Rand McClain, the Los Angeles based "Doctor to the Stars," released his new technique for what some are calling the first true body repair formula.
And the reason everyone's talking about it is because his method is based on technology that was actually partially banned by the U.S. government in 2001. However, Dr. McClain and his partners have discovered a "loophole" that allows them to go around the slow-moving government bureaucracy—and take their discovery straight to the American people.
Dr. McClain wowed industry colleagues and members of the press with his new creation, which he revealed he's already offering to his celebrity and pro-athlete clients with incredible results.
In the video presentation—which may be taken down as early as this week—he details how some very big-name athletes are achieving increased strength, healthier bodies and even more energy.
But what's really turning heads is that McClain isn't offering this as an injection, surgery or medical procedure—which is what his health clinic in Los Angeles is famous for.
Instead, the method involves one simple thing: A drink.
He has all the clinical trials, the data, he's conducted the test groups. It not only works, but it works really well. It's kind of shocking.
McClain believes the technique—which has been shown in clinical trials to actually alter specific cells in the human body—works best for people over 40, particularly those who may be experiencing excessive fatigue, weaker bodies and even foggy thinking.
And when Dr. McClain dropped the final bombshell—video footage of the results he experienced after using the method on himself—it became clear to everyone that the discovery is nothing short of groundbreaking. Of course, your individual results will vary, as with any new method.
Previously, the only way to achieve physical improvements of this kind were from complicated surgeries, which McClain does perform—for $20,000 and up. Now, he feels he can offer Americans a new, groundbreaking alternative they can do without doctors, right in their own home.
The latest development in this story came yesterday, when the video version of the presentation (put together by Dr. McClain's associates for industry professionals who were unable to attend the conference in person this year) was made available to the public online.
As of this writing, the video has over 3 million views and is quickly becoming a social media phenomenon.
This is the video that the establishment—as well as Big Pharma—does not want people to see. But if the link is working, that means the video is still viewable—for now.
This video has already caused a bit of an uproar, based in part on the honest, no-nonsense way Dr. McClain calls out both the medical industry and certain agencies. One viewer commented: "This is so interesting...I had physical problems for years and had NO IDEA how easy it was to fix. Why did I not know this before? Rand is telling it like it is...we need more doctors like this!"
But Dr. McClain's breakthrough has also caused some controversy.
When we reached out to other doctors for comment, many stated that, as with any newly released technique, people should be advised to watch the entire video report before committing to such an unconventional solution.
He's showed that it works—many agree on that—but we don't want people to start using these quick shortcuts to better health. However, if it works this well, it could put drug companies out of business.