I can't - believe them, that is. I checked out a website for a product or service that promised to cure an incurable disease that modern medicine didn't want cured! Really? This disease demands ongoing vigilance to preserve health. This "doctor" on the site claimed none of that was necessary. I imagined folks dropping their careful care in favor of this - whatever it is, and getting in big trouble if it didn't work. But this doctor wouldn't lie, would he?
Well, he wasn't - or at least shouldn't be blamed if following his advice kills you. Why not? Well, read the following, found in very small letters way down at the bottom of one page:
This website, and any page on the website, is based loosely off a true story, but has been modified in multiple ways including, but not limited to: the story, the photos, and the comments. Thus, this page, and any page on this website, are not to be taken literally or as a non-fiction story. This page, and the results mentioned on this page, although achievable for some, are not to be construed as the results that you may achieve on the same routine. I UNDERSTAND THIS WEBSITE IS ONLY ILLUSTRATIVE OF WHAT MIGHT BE ACHIEVABLE FROM USING THIS/THESE PRODUCTS, AND THAT THE STORY DEPICTED ABOVE IS NOT TO BE TAKEN LITERALLY.
They didn't fudge everything, just "the story, the photos, and the comments." See, that's not lying.
The guy should be arrested.