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The following testimonials and customer reviews reflect the individual experiences of those customers who used our products. However the individual results may vary and Bragg’s does not claim, nor should the reader assume, that any individual experiences recounted are typical or representative of what any other consumer might experience. These testimonials and other information provided by Bragg’s should not be construed as providing medical advice. If you have a health concern, you should consult a health care practitioner prior to using any products.

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Stacy Keibler
Actress Stacy Keibler says, “I eat very clean. My favorite snacks are things I can carry on the go, something I can keep in my purse, like Bragg Ginger Spice Dressing and Limeade Apple Cider Vinegar drink. 

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"I've known Rip for more than 20 years. In that time, he's been a great motivator for so many people. This terrific book will inspire all who read it to change their lives and optimize their health." - Lance Armstrong, cancer survivor, seven-time Tour de France champion

Trained as an EMT, Rip comes from a family steeped in medical knowledge. His great-grandfather, George Crile, co-founded the world renowned Cleveland Clinic, where his father, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, was chief of surgery and completed one of the most extensive studies on the relationship between the heart and diet–proving that a plant-based diet can reduce and even eliminate heart disease.

Rip's new book ffeatures Bragg Liquid Aminos as a flavoring ingredient in many of his heart-healthy, weight reduction recipes.

Carol Alt

recommend Bragg Liquid Aminos and Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar!!

Supermodel and actress, Carol Alt, features Bragg Liquid Aminos and Bragg Organic Apple Cider Vinegar in her books Eating in the Raw and The Raw 50 . The beautiful star recommends a raw food diet and lifestyle, using Bragg products in her recipes and food ingredients.

Carol Alt

NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLERS recommend Bragg Liquid Aminos! skinny bitch 1 skinny bitch 2 skinny bitch
Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin, former models, healthy eating experts, and authors of three new #1 New York Times Bestsellers, recommend using Bragg Liquid Aminos as a culinary ingredient in Skinny Bitch, Skinny Bitch in the Kitch, and Skinny Bitch, Bun in the Oven. These books are written to help women stop eating unhealthy foods, and start looking fabulous!

Even His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, says he never
travels anywhere without his Bragg Liquid Aminos!


Jack Canfield Jack Canfield

Best-selling author Jack Canfield relates how multi-millionaire Dr. John Demartini's life was changed by an encounter with Dr. Paul Bragg in his best-seller, The Success Principles, Chapter 15, pp. 123-124:

Multimillionaire Dr. John Demartini is a resounding success by anyone's standards. He's married to a beautiful and brilliant woman-Athena Starwoman, the world-famous astrologer who consults and writes for 24 well-known magazines, including Vogue. Together, they own several homes in Australia. And they spend over 60 days a year together circumnavigating the globe in their $3 million luxury apartment onboard the $550 million ocean liner World of ResidenSea—a residence they purchased after selling their Trump Tower apartment in New York City.

The author of 54 training programs and 13 books, John spends the year traveling the world speaking and conducting his courses on financial success and life mastery. But John didn't start out rich and successful. At age 7, he was found to have a learning disability and was told that he would never read, write, or communicate normally. At 14, he dropped out of school, left his Texas home and headed for the California coast. By 17 he had ended up in Hawaii, surfing the waves of Oahu's famed North Shore, where he almost died from strychnine poisoning. His road to recovery led him to Dr. Paul Bragg, a 93- year-old man who changed John's life by giving him one simple affirmation to repeat: "I am a genius and I apply my wisdom."

Inspired by Dr. Bragg, John went to college, earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Houston and later his doctoral degree from the Texas College of Chiropractic. When he opened his first chiropractic office in Houston, John started with just 970 square feetof space. Within 9 months, he'd more than doubled that and was offering free classes on healthy living. When attendance grew, John was ready to expand again. It was then he took a leap that changed his career forever. "It was Monday" John said. "The shoe store next door had vacated over the weekend." What a perfect lecture hall, John thought as he quickly phoned the leasing company. When no one called him back, John concluded they weren't going to rent the space soon, so he took a leap. "I called a locksmith to come out and open up the place," John said. "I thought the worst thing they would do was charge me rent."

He quickly transformed the space into a lecture hall and within days was holding free talks there on a nightly basis. Because the space was located right next to a movie theater, he added a loudspeaker so moviegoers could hear his lectures as they walked to their cars Hundreds began attending classes and eventually became patients.

John's practice grew rapidly. Yet nearly 6 months went by before the property manager came to investigate. "You've got a lot of courage," the manager said. "You remind me of me." In fact, he was so impressed with John's daring, he even gave John 6 months' free rent! "Anybody that has the courage to do what you did deserves it," he told him. The manager later invited John down to his office, where he offered him a quarter of a million dollars a year to come work for him. John turned it down because he had other plans, but it was a huge validation of his courage to act.

Taking a leap helped John build a thriving practice, which he later sold to begin consulting full time with other chiropractors. "Taking that leap opened up a doorway for me," John said. "If I'd held back ... if I had been cautious ... I wouldn't have made the breakthrough that gave me the life I live today."

Canfield, Jack. The Success Principles. New York, New York: HarperCollins Publishers, Inc., 2005. ISBN 0-06-059488-8 © 2005 Jack Canfield

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