What Dave Ramsey says about Super Juice and juice MLMs
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I must admit I'm not a big fan of Dave Ramsey. I do really like Suze Orman and Clark Howard. I once heard Dave Ramsey tell a caller to make extra money delivering pizzas. ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!?!
Yes, $40.00 per bottle for Monavie is expensive. Should it cost that much...I DON'T KNOW. Other MLM juices like Xango, Tahitian Noni, ExFuse etc. are in that same price range. These are high-quality products.
Dave Ramsey, and others who complain about the price are TOTALLY missing the point! It's a business. Monavie, and the others, are allowing people to build a business! They're allowing you to build a downline and earn commissions. That business could make you a fortune and help many other people!!!
It's irrelevant how much the cost of the product is, UNLESS you don't plan on building the business. If you build the business correctly, you will cover the cost of your purchases and make a ton of money!
To Your Success,
Can Noni, Goji, Mangosteen, Acai, Amalaki, and Jujube Harm you?
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While doing research into my own blood sugar problems, I discovered an important report from the American Diabetes Association. Since reading the report and stopping the juices a month ago, I have had NO low blood sugar
The report, FRUIT JUICE DRINKS TIED TO DIABETES: American Diabetes Association Ties Fruit Juices to Diabetes was published in NUTRITION NEWS, Issue 105, July 24, 2008.
The report starts with the following:
Surprising new research has shown that fruit juice drinks greatly increase the risk of type 2 diabetes."
"Stay away from fruit juice drinks" was the message delivered in relation to the study published by the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
The American Diabetes Association (ADA) published the results of a study of over 4,500 people to help determine factors associated with the risk of diabetes. Researchers found that: "An additional daily serving of fruit juice increased the likelihood of developing diabetes by 18 percent"
Juices have the potential to cause harm. If you promote juices it is very important that you tell people about this possible risk and that you ask them about their medical problems.
To quote further in the report:
In response to the ADA publication, diabetes researchers stated, "This is a significant finding, particularly because of the large subject pool studied, and the high rate of risk linking fruit juice drinks and diabetes risk."
The most popular new designer fruit juice drinks are made from a variety of fruits, including Noni, Goji, Mangosteen, Acai, Amalaki, and Jujube. All these fruits, as well as any other fruit, carry the risk of increasing obesity and type 2 diabetes due to their glycemic response, Cephalic response (CPIR), and fat-storing response.
Juice includes all the "SUPER JUICES". As we read further:
Fruits in a liquid, juiced state have very different obesity and diabetic risk factors than actual raw fruit. Juicing fruits completely changes the nature of a fruit, altering its metabolic actions. Low Glycemic raw fruits may be consumed in moderation, but juiced fruits should be avoided.
This is especially true in children, as adipose tissue fat cells can be triggered to increase in size and amount during childhood. Fruit juices send a message to human fat cells to become larger and more abundant, leading to higher incidence of obesity and diabetes.
Triggering adipose tissue fat cells in childhood is a sure way to create an obese and/or diabetic adult, as these types of fat cells cannot be removed once they are created. Dieting becomes an extreme challenge once a child has developed too many fat cells, as fat cells can only be flattened but not reduced in number. Adults who find that diets don't work; can blame the excess plethora of fat cells that were created in childhood.
This is the kicker and needs to be watched.
Then in the report it says:
Designer fruit juices became popular due to their high-ORAC values. ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity, as related to the Free Radical Theory of Aging. Many fruits carry photochemical benefits, but researchers caution that "The benefits of high-ORAC fruits do not overcome the high risk of obesity and diabetes associated with ingestion of fruit juices. High-ORAC antioxidants can be found in spices, berries, and legumes.
A summary of the report is as follows:
SUMMARY In order to legally define or state the propensity of a specific fruit juice to elevate obesity, diabetes, and fat-storage risks in human, human In-Vivo clinical trials are required. These trials should be designed to determine glycemic response (per FDA 21 CFR Guidelines), Cephalic (Brain-Glycemic-indexing) Response, and Adipose Tissue Fat-Storage.
The research was done by the following:
The Glycemic Research Institute has received Certification by the federal governments in the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom to conduct these approved trials, and has a 25-year history of FDA & FTC claims substantiation.
Monavie is a Multi Level/Network Marketing company that has become extremely popular from its main product, Monavie Juice. MonaVie has been the subject of controversy, as health benefit claims for its products have not been scientifically confirmed or approved by regulatory authorities its CEO was previously involved in false health claims of another beverage, the business plan is similar to a pyramid scheme, and very few distributors actually make a profit. Reputation Advocate
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