Karyn L. Hamilton, one of the other authors of this study, also has received funds from LifeVantage (as confirmed in her CV) and she too failed to disclose this in the Conflict of Interest section of the publication. It'a amazing how these scammers never seem to tire of trying to deceive people.
This research paper is plainly fraudulent. One of the authors, Benjamin F Miller indicates in his CV that he received hundreds of thousands of dollars in funds from LifeVantage, yet the Conflict of Interest section of the research paper fails to mention this. Similarly, Joe McCord, one of the other authors, was a LifeVantage executive, insider shareholder, and stockholder, yet his conflict of interest is also not disclosed.
Thus, it can be safely concluded that the authors of this paper committed fraud and ethical violations. This is not the least bit surprising, however, as this has been LifeVantage's modus operandi since inception.
No Gordo, you and your troll pals tucked tail and ran out of embarrassment, remember?. For those who remained, there was nothing left to argue about. None of us needed any additional convincing to know that YGYI is a turd without the polish.