Testimonial from Connie

I used to repair nuclear reactors for a living as a nuclear technician.  We would create one-of-a-kind robotics to repair specific problems in a reactor due to age and running conditions.  We would build these systems at our home site and then accompany them to the reactor site, set them up and do the work, then break them down, decontaminate them and send them back home to get repaired and refitted for the next site.  Sometimes we would work ten to twelve hour days, seven days a week, for months on end. Then we would take off to another reactor at another nuclear facility.

Once there, you would be "on site" for twelve to fourteen hours a day, seven days a week.  Sometimes you would be working in a high radiation area, where your time, exposure to radiation, and work skills would be part of what they call "critical path", which meant that your job was the most important job at the nuclear site, not to mention under intense scrutiny by the people paying you to do the job and also the people who were there to protect you from overexposure and safety.  Talk about pressure!  You might have to fly across the country, 'challenge' a five day test just to get into the facility, jump into a high radiation area on critical path, and be able to have the energy, stamina, and clarity to complete the job.  Not to mention wearing all of the protective clothing; four to six pairs of gloves, mechanic-type overalls covered in water proof wet suits, and a full face respirator whose face shield fogged over every time you breathed and filled up with sweat that would slosh around inside it. It wasn't always like that every day, but sometimes you worked for up to twenty-eight days before you got a day off.

I needed something that was going to help me in getting over jet-lag, give me energy to get through the day for endurance, and also something to help handle the stress of the day to day working conditions, not to mention being thousands of miles away from home and family.

I had been using Lewis Labs Staminex® for years before this job and had only thought of it as a supplement that gave me the vitamins, proteins and minerals that I needed on a daily basis.  It was only when I started working as a nuclear tech that I discovered it's real potential and benefits.  When other coworkers started complaining about how tired and run down they were getting I suggested that they try what I was using.  Of course, after the sniff and gag of the first sip (you never claimed that it tasted good and I always warned people that I thought that it looks, smells, and tastes like farm dirt, and there is nothing better to grow big and healthy plants and animals than farm dirt!  Actually, my wife sometimes asks me if I had my 'dirt' in the morning.) I got some converts who swore that they could feel the results after just the first few days.  Some went for the Lewis Labs RDA® because it tasted better and didn't have any meat in it and others went for the Lewis Labs Over40® for obvious reasons but, all in all, they were impressed with the product and the results.  So I can positively say that three out of five nuclear workers prefer Lewis Laboratory products over beer and burritos!

In my opinion, your products have been field tested in some of the roughest working conditions in the world and have come through for me and fellow coworkers. I would recommend them to anyone looking for a supplement to help them get over tough working and living conditions.


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