Dr. Marlene Merritt

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9 Reviews on Dr. Marlene Merritt

  1. Anna Luisa
    Sep 25, 2023

    Perspective on the Overpriced Health Book

    This book is way overpriced for the amount of information it provides! Most of the data is already available with a few internet searches, and about two-thirds of the book's info is given in the free video presentation. However, the last third of the book gives me some good information about foods we have been trained to think are bad for us and are healthier than the alternatives we've been taught to supplement with. It also provides good plans to help me reduce my blood sugar levels and make lifestyle changes. Because that's the only way type 2's will improve our blood sugar levels without drugs.

  2. Brenda
    Sep 22, 2023

    I Regret Buying That Diabetes Book

    I agree with Shay. It was such a letdown for me. I purchased this book from their website and found myself bombarded with infomercials and emails every day, all trying to push their pills and products on me. It's frustrating, especially since I've been dealing with type 2 diabetes for a long time and always looking for new material to help myself. Ultimately, it felt like such a waste of money on the book. I would strongly advise against wasting your time or money on it.

  3. Brian Lynch
    Sep 20, 2023

    My Diabetes Success Story with Dr. Merritt's Support

    I'm a type 2 diabetic with current pre-diabetic fasting numbers. I first encountered Dr. Merritt, a nutritionist who truly understands the relationship between diet, exercise, and diabetes, on YouTube. We've been in regular contact every month, and the knowledge I've gained from her is invaluable. It's hard to put a price tag on the positive changes I've experienced in my health.

    I've made remarkable progress after following her advice for three months. I've reduced my blood pressure medication by half and am no longer taking Metformin for my type 2 diabetes. My heartburn, which used to be a constant issue, has been non-existent for the last six weeks, and I used to rely on antacids regularly.

    Dr. Merritt recommended specific blood tests, which revealed that my vitamin D level and homocysteine levels were low. Thanks to her guidance, these levels are now within the healthy range. This might contribute to my pancreas producing more insulin, which has helped improve my morning fasting blood glucose numbers.

    I aim to continue communicating regularly with Dr. Merritt until I eliminate all prescription medications. Thanks to the supplements she recommended and my diet, I'm feeling fantastic, which consists of healthy fats and oils, organic vegetables, limited fruit, and grass-fed, free-range meats. Additionally, I've lost 11 pounds comfortably and am determined to shed another 11 pounds to improve my health further.

  4. David Godown
    Sep 16, 2023

    Thoughts on High Blood Pressure and Health Books

    I've had high blood pressure for a few years, and a friend suggested I read this. Well, it was an easy read, not very long. I've come across all this information before, from Readers Digest to Time magazine, in the newspaper, and online. Everything in this book is and was written before; it's just compiled here for a price, unlike all the accessible sources I mentioned and a few free websites I checked. I found nothing new or anything I hadn't already read! It's a scam, just like her other books!

  5. Ebecca Smith
    Sep 14, 2023

    My Unfortunate Experience With Dr. Marlene Merritt

    I stumbled upon Merritt Wellness Center after reluctantly purchasing Marlene Merritt's blood pressure book. To my dismay, it was a complete waste of time and money. In a matter of weeks, I experimented with reducing my medication, only to suffer severe consequences. I reluctantly dialed her number for an appointment, and it was nothing short of disappointing.

    In my experience, Marlene Merritt is the epitome of ignorance, deceit, and insincerity. She peddles Standard Process vitamins, protein shakes, and that ludicrous 21-day cleanse. I've tried them all, but they are overpriced snake oil. My unfortunate family members also fell for this charade, with disastrous results.

    If you have any sense, stay far away from Merritt Wellness Center. Their so-called "help" is nothing more than a money-grabbing scam. Save your health, money, and sanity by avoiding them.

  6. Jennifer Clarke
    Sep 11, 2023

    My Dubious Journey with Dr. Merritt and Her Team

    I must say, Dr. Merritt and her team were terrible! I reluctantly saw her because my husband and I had been struggling with infertility for three excruciating years. To my dismay, after just one round of blood work, she haphazardly identified some supposed nutritional deficiencies I had. She gave me questionable advice on addressing them through dietary changes and sketchy supplements.

    Reluctantly, I followed her dubious recommendation to do a cleanse, which only made me feel worse overall. Despite my skepticism, I begrudgingly adhered to her misguided guidance for a couple of months, and, to my shock, we received the news that we were expecting.

  7. Jennifer Clarke
    Sep 7, 2023

    A Troubling Encounter with Will Dr. Marlene Merritt

    I believe Dr. Marlene Merritt is a joke. She lies to elderly patients. She tells them that if they follow the Bredeson protocol, their Alzheimer's can be reversed. Of course, it cannot. She takes their money and laughs all the way to the bank. What a disgusting individual.

  8. Kimberl
    Sep 6, 2023

    The Agonizing Wait

    I've been waiting for a month for my blood pressure book! They charged my credit card immediately, but I can't seem to get ahold of anyone. Nobody answers the phone, and my emails go unanswered. This organization is frustrating!

  9. Thomasena Clarke
    Aug 12, 2023

    Navigating a Frustrating Encounter with Marlene Merritt's Offerings

    I had a disappointing experience with Marlene Merritt. She presents herself as a doctor, yet her use of 'OM' isn't recognized as a legitimate designation for a medical professional. I intended to acquire her book about natural ways to lower blood pressure. However, I received an unwanted newsletter and her supplements. I was subsequently billed $39.37 per month for the paperback book over four months, along with an additional charge of $160.98 for the accessories that I never even ordered.

    I attempted to resolve the issue by contacting them, seeking a refund for the erroneous charges. Regrettably, I was informed that I had surpassed the credit request deadline. Frustratingly, my efforts were in vain. If necessary, I am prepared to take this matter further and involve the appropriate authorities in Texas to address this situation.

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About Dr. Marlene Merritt

The "Smart Blood Sugar" book is a comprehensive guide that provides essential insights into managing blood sugar levels. This book offers dietary strategies for individuals with diabetes and blood sugar irregularities, all at no additional cost. Concluding three decades of private practice, Dr. Marlene Merritt has ceased patient consultations, redirecting their efforts toward completing two books and a collection of educational videos designed for patients. Their transition does not imply an exit from the realm of patient care; rather, it signifies a shift in their approach to attain a more extensive sphere of influence.

5750 Balcones Drive, Suite #106 78731 Austin, TX