On Friday June 25th, Lamar Odom sat down with Balance 7’s Dr. Ahmad Nooristani for a Facebook Live Q&A session to discuss how his health has improved over the past few months since he has begun taking Balance 7, a pH-balancing alkaline supplement. Balance 7 is a revolutionary high pH alkaline concentrate taken to neutralize the body’s pH level to combat the harmful effects of acid buildup in the body. Balance 7 helps you feel more energized, boosts your immune system, reduces inflammation and gives you greater clarity of thought.
“With getting along in shape and taking Balance 7, I may try to return to professional basketball in Spain, so thank you to Balance 7 and a good work ethic!” – Lamar Odom
This past year, Lamar’s focus has been on getting back into great physical shape. Since starting Balance 7, he has seen huge improvements in his overall health and stamina. Being 41 years-old and having been hospitalized in 2015, Lamar noticed his energy levels were not nearly as high as they used to be. But, with the help of Balance 7, Lamar now has “an enormous amount of energy which is good for me, it’s important when working out. I always need energy to level-up.” And indeed, he has leveled up!
Lamar trained hard and knocked out Aaron Carter in their celebrity boxing match earlier this month. Thanks to Balance 7, he had the energy and stamina to train and fight as hard as he did. Lamar has been successfully training with a “new pep in his step” thanks to Balance 7. During the interview, Lamar shared some other exciting news. He shared that his friend and former Lakers’ teammate, Pau Gasol owns a professional basketball team in Spain. Lamar revealed that “with getting along in shape and taking Balance 7, I may try to return to professional basketball in Spain, so thank you to Balance 7 and a good work ethic!”
Lamar has really come around since his hardship in 2015. He is now in the best shape he has been since the incident. Thanks to Balance 7 and Dr. Nooristani, Lamar feels better than ever. He’s taking care of his body, training hard, and he may even get back into professional basketball!