SoundQuility by Zenith Labs$49.00
Author identity and qualifications5.0/10
Scientific basis of program0.0/10
Presentation of program2.0/10
- At least the author is real
- Author is highly untrustworthy, he's the mastermind behind a known scam empire
- Zenith Labs is a shady company
- Sparse, untrustworthy testimonials
- The scientific basis is false
- Successor to dead scam Tonaki Tinnitus Protocol
Keep your distance from SoundQuility by Zenith Labs because it is a scam! This product is similar to a dead tinnitus scam called Tonaki Tinnitus Protocol and in this short review you’ll find out why I said this, as well as other reasons why you should stay away from this product. So let’s begin, shall we?
SoundQuility was launched in July 2019. It claims to be a ‘doctor formulated’ supplement that will reverse the ‘root cause of tinnitus’ and restore your hearing. The ‘doctor’ who formulated this product is no other than Dr Ryan Shelton ‘NMD’, the same person behind the scam Zenith Hearing X3.
What SoundQuility Will Supposedly Do For You
According to Shelton, here is what you should expect when you start taking SoundQuility:
- ‘Promote clear hearing by supporting your auditory nerves’ protective sheath’
- ‘Hear the birds singing, talk to your family and friends, and listen to your favorite music … without an annoying “ringing noise” ruining those moments’
- ‘Help support improved mental clarity and focus, so you can focus on your favorite hobbies for hours, without being distracted by phantom noise’
- ‘Sleep easier at night, so you can stop tossing and turning while the “ringing in your ears” keeps you up half the night’
- ‘Feel more energized, and an improved mood, because you’re taking back control of your “ringing ears”‘
- ‘Regain your social life – No more staying cooped up inside because you’re worried about noise exposure’
Now how will SoundQuility actually achieve all these pleasant results? Well Dr Shelton claims that it’s all in the 8 ingredients he had carefully blended in a “GMP certified” facility. Let’s briefly talk about them, shall we?
Ingredients of SoundQuility
Here are all the miracle ingredients in SoundQuility:
- Cobalamin (Vitamin B12)
- Astragalus root
- Bupleurum root extract
- Ginkgo biloba
Dr Shelton went to great lengths to explain what each of these ingredients do for your hearing. He even went as far as trying to make their supposed functions to fit what he calls ‘the root cause of tinnitus’. I’m not going to talk about the functions of these ingredients (not necessary) so instead, let’s talk about the science behind this supplement.
Science Behind Zenith Labs SoundQuility
According to Dr Shelton, the ‘root cause of tinnitus’ is actually ‘a crumbling myelin sheath.’ According to him, ‘destructive processes’ like noise and aging ‘chip away’ at the myelin sheath covering your auditory ear. The damaged myelin sheath then ‘scrambles’ the sound being transmitted to your brain … and that’s why you have that ringing in your ears.
Dr Shelton goes further to claim that the ingredients in SoundQuility ‘are scientifically proven to repair your myelin sheath’ and that’s why he carefully blended them together for maximum effect. Well the problem is that actually, there’s little to no evidence to support this claim, and Dr Shelton is dishonestly using random scientific studies to make his claim look authentic.
How to Use SoundQuility?
Dr Shelton says you should pop two capsules daily on his supplement. One bottle contains 60 capsules, which means a bottle of SoundQuility will last for 30 days. But according to Shelton, you don’t have to worry about purchasing more bottles, because some people who use his supplements ‘have reported experiencing benefits in as little as two weeks.’
That’s the farthest I can go as far as reviewing this supplement is concerned. Now to the fun part. Why is SoundQuility a scam?
1. Dr Ryan Shelton is Fraudulent and Untrustworthy
In my Zenith Hearing X3 review, I covered in detail why you should not trust Dr Ryan Shelton when it comes to telling you the truth about your health condition. I’m not going to repeat myself so please head over to the review for more details. But to summarize, Dr Ryan Shelton has been caught claiming to be an MD (medical doctor) while actually, he’s just an ND (naturopathic doctor). He’s also the mastermind behind the colossal scam empire Spark Health Media, which shut down largely due to the irrefutable reviews Contra Health Scam published regarding some of their most popular scam products.
2. Zenith Labs is Shady and the Successor to Spark Health Media
Again, I’ve already covered this in detail in my Zenith Hearing X3 review. The summary is that the people behind Zenith Labs were also the ones behind Spark Health Media, Dr Shelton being their leader. Also, Zenith Labs is lying about being NSF and GMP certified.
3. Sparse, Untrustworthy Testimonials
The only testimonial featured for SoundQuility is on Zenith Labs’ website. But of course we can’t trust that lone testimonial Dr Shelton’s crew put up there, can we? I tried searching for positive testimonials from third party sources but came up empty-handed. The only testimonials I saw are actually untrustworthy glowing reviews from obvious shills or blogs which may or may not be operated by Zenith Labs. Granted the product is less than a year old and I wasn’t expecting a lot of testimonials anyway. But from what I’ve uncovered concerning this product, I’m pretty sure that there’s no chance in hell that it will help you reverse your tinnitus.
The bottom line? Don’t trust any positive testimonials of this product.
4. Repeats the Same Lie Told in Tonaki Tinnitus Protocol
Like I mentioned in the science behind SoundQuility, Dr Shelton claims that damage to the myelin sheath is the ‘real-root cause’ of tinnitus. This is the same claim made over at the now-defunct scam Tonaki Tinnitus Protocol:
Now considering the fact that Dr Shelton is the mastermind behind Spark Health Media, the company that owned Tonaki Tinnitus Protocol, I have no option but to conclude that SoundQuility is Tonaki Tinnitus Protocol’s replacement since both are sharing the same scientific basis. Red flag!
5. Scientific Basis of SoundQuility is False
As I mentioned earlier, Dr Shelton claims that damaged myelin sheath is the root cause of tinnitus, and regenerating the damaged myelin sheath will reverse your tinnitus.
First of all, the claim that myelin damage is the root cause of tinnitus is false. The truth is that there are many causes of tinnitus, ranging from old age to drugs. Myelin sheath damage is just one of the many causes, and there is no true root cause. So if you see this kind of oversimplifying of the cause of a chronic, difficult disease like tinnitus, then be very skeptical because most of the time, they are lying to you.
Secondly, it has been proven that even if the myelin sheath covering your auditory nerve is repaired, it still won’t reverse the tinnitus or hearing loss caused earlier by the damage. A study conducted in 2017 by two researchers at the University of Michigan found that damage to Schwann cells – which produce and maintain myelin – resulted in permanent hearing loss that did not resolve after myelin regeneration. Now while it’s hypothetically possible for hearing to be restored to normal after the myelin damage has been repaired, till date there is no evidence proving this to have actually happened. This is the same issue that we have with the scientific basis of his other supplement Zenith Hearing X3.
Finally, this is a highly specialized field of medicine, and the specialists in the field are still trying to find convincing answers to the highly complex cases raised by the human ear, a highly complex organ. What makes you think that an ordinary naturopathic doctor – a ‘primary care physician’ at that – who dropped out of medical school has figured it all out that easily … and the answer is in a $49 supplement?
Final Recommendation: DON’T BUY SoundQulity by Zenith Labs. It is a SCAM!
BuyGoods and Paypal handle orders of SoundQuility (depending on which of the above websites you order from). So if you have made the mistake of buying this product, simply contact PayPal or BuyGoods or file a credit card dispute with your bank. Don’t place your hopes on the ‘6-month, empty bottle, money back guarantee’ Dr Shelton is offering because from experience, I can tell you that people like him don’t honor refund requests.
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