Which Superjuice Will Prevail?

Superjuices on Trial

Superjuices on Trial (Courtesy: Men’s Journal)

Although I find it hard to believe much of what I see in advertising today, it takes cold hard facts to really convince me of today’s product claims. Seeing a “low calorie” chocolate bar makes me think twice as to what exactly was replaced, or even worse to simply check the product weight to see it is only half of the original, obviously dropping off half the calories; and often is the same price!

Keep in mind, today’s nutrition and food products are sold as just that, products. Products that are advertised to sell and there is usually little concern about the actual nutritional value of these products!

Fancy packaging, tons of commercials, maybe even a stunt to drop someone from the edge of the earth to promote the product: absolutely none of which reflect the actual product information themselves! Therefore, educating yourself and doing your own research is absolutely essential in this ever more capitalist, sales oriented society.

Science! That is always my go-to; what is the real science behind products today. The science behind a product is the only true motivator for me with all of the misleading information found today. And it is also important to ask; who is being paid to perform the studies and put together the testing.

If it’s a third party or independent lab, chances are pretty good that the results will be accurate and non-biased. When the results are peer-reviewed by other credible sources with their reputations on the line, even better. Always keep that in mind when doing your research!

In the image “Superjuices on Trial”, it is important to note that ChromaDex is a publicly traded, reputable company that has a fantastic standing with the BBB. It is well known for phytochemical testing and has been in business for 15 years, and with this information, it is safe to say that their results are highly professional, honest, and thorough. Not to mention, this article was, after all, posted in Men’s Journal!

So have a read, and discover one more reason to give Vemma a 2oz ‘shot’! And hey, if you find it doesn’t live up to your standards, there is always an empty bottle return policy for a risk free trial.

TWR

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Juicing and Liquid Nutrition

Though there are many different views on juicing, I believe the message it delivers is there is an immense amount of value in pumping your body with micro-nutrients. These are nutrients found in plants, veggies, fruits and nuts. Even your doctor will tell you that having a diet very rich in fruits and veggies (~80% of your daily intake) is one of the healthiest moves you can make. It doesn’t mean becoming a vegetarian, but the message is instead to create a more embracing relationship with these true superfoods that most us do not get nearly enough of at the grocer every visit. At least I know I would sometimes put back those romaine hearts if it meant one more steak in my basket.

Juicing is simply the process of grinding these foods into an easy to drink beverage, and it is recommended you do this as much as possible to receive your daily intake of vitamins and minerals!

For those who would like to learn more about juicing and see some first hand stories, I recommend having a look at “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”, an amazing documentary following one man and his battle with his weight and autoimmune disease. Here is a link.

Taking care of our bodies with the foods we consume is extremely important; especially with the abundance of processed foods and artificial additions to products, many of which we already consume. This reduces the overall nutrition we consume, and although many of the times we believe we are feeding our bodies, it is often to the contrary.

Which brings me to my next point: well, what exactly is Vemma?

Vemma is a completely new spin on liquid nutrition. Through recent media channels the new health buzz has no doubt been focused around ‘juicing’. Blending these whole fruits and vegetables with a high powered blender/juicer (more effective with whole fruit, rind and all!) will result in an incredible beverage full of micronutrients, that has been proven to be an incredible health product for our bodies, but is it really for everyone? I completely support the idea, but I don’t think I am ready to completely replace my diet with liquid food! I mean, as much as I love a nice steak and some potatoes, and even with the highest quality products, is this really a complete meal for my body?

Vemma provides products that allow us to receive our daily dose of micronutrients without having to spend $10CAD+ a day in fruits and veggies, and they can be easily incorporated to a healthy diet. Now I am in no way saying that taking Vemma products allows you to eat 10 cheeseburgers a day, but if you did eat 10 cheeseburgers a day, Vemma would definitely help regulate your nutrient intake!

Not only is Vemma one of the most powerful liquid antioxidant systems in the world, but it pumps into your body so many nutrients that your body will thank you over and over. Don’t believe me? Well, when I got started on Vemma, it was recommended that I get a blood test before I started taking Vemma and then again a month or two later. I literally did not change a single thing in my diet other than taking a Vemma 2oz shot before breakfast, and was very pleased with the results.

The best part? I was ready to return the product for a full refund if it didn’t work for me, but I had a feeling it was already doing the trick as I felt much more energized throughout my day.

Once I realized the full potential of the products, even after the disappointment I had in trying to juice months before (I failed due to some willpower issues), I felt there was hope for me once again! Each day that passes I feel a little better knowing my body is getting what it deserves, especially after the hell I put it through in the past.

I have been using Vemma ever since, and I could confidently say I am healthier and I do feel more energetic. For those who are conscious about their health, and want to take it a step further but may not want to change their diet (who really wants too!) or don’t quite want to go on an all liquid diet–but still want the benefits of juicing, give Vemma a chance and (warning: this may sound like a sales pitch but I really am excited to express this!) experience this product and it’s magnificent blend of Mangosteen, full spectrum vitamins, and 65 plant sourced minerals for yourself!

There, I said it. 🙂

TWR

Why Does Your Opinion Matter?

I have come across a lot of very angry, perhaps even hateful posts and comments about Vemma. It actually leaves me a little bit confused as a lot is being said but there are not any logical conclusions to be made, or any real ‘points’.

People just seem angry about the business, but never the product (which at the end is what fuels the business so..what gives?). How can one hate a business but not the product? It doesn’t really mesh well in any argument.

“Yeah so what the product is healthy, it is a scam!, etc etc”. What is the scam then? That they offer a business model that is not forced upon a single person (instead it is offered, a mere option), or rather that they see people doing something they either don’t agree with or don’t understand. Are people just upset that they see others doing something and feel like it puts a pressure on their actions to ‘be profitable’ or successful? What gives them the right to disprove an already proven business model that has forged many successful companies, or make claims of the future of the business, or refuse to accept how it operates?

Who cares.

This is really what it comes down to. What makes me care about your argument? Are you saying something new, or something that has a story with value behind it, or is there a true (or rather unknown) reason for posting your opinion in such a profound way? Are you trying to help people by offering non-biased facts and arguments, or are you trying to sway the reader to think the way you think? The latter would refer to selfish means and offers no constructive contributions.

Everyone has the right to make their own decisions, just as we all have a right to voice our opinions, but it is why you perform these actions that really matters. My best friend just paid $1200 for a bike he could have picked up for $400. Obviously I stated that he could have made a huge savings, but it is still his choice in the end, and it’s the choice he wanted to make. Maybe I didn’t like the way the bike shop guy did business, but it doesn’t make me hate bikes any more, or the company that makes the bikes, or pays bike guy’s salary.

If my friend wants that bike, and it’s going to help him get active and fit, and he is happy with the terms of the deal, who am I to judge!

And besides, it has already worked out for the greater good. He is happy, the bike shop guy is happy, I’m happy he’s happy (though it doesn’t really matter how I feel), and I really have no right to tell him he made a poor or uninformed choice; and if I do, I would be an asshole. If he sees the value in it, well’ he’s a big boy and he can make his own decisions; it’s not like I’m his mother.

Just my $0.02

TWR

Love It or Hate It?

So I have been browsing around our World Wide Web and it is tough to really put a finger on how people really feel about Vemma. Sure, it has a huge fan base of either consumers or affiliates, but it also seems to draw a lot of negative attention from these so called “haters” or those that deem it a pyramid scheme. Do you enjoy the product and the company, or have you been “burned” by the business?

I made this website because I have consumed the products and they do taste pretty good. We have a clinic nearby where the products and benefits are featured in the doc’s office, so they can’t be that bad, right?

Actually, I haven’t yet found anything against the product itself, but what I can find is a lot of negative energy associated with the company and/or business model. So what’s the deal?

Please, bring your comments and I would love to hold a debate discussing the pros/cons of Vemma! As mentioned, I have consumed the products and do enjoy them, quite a lot actually (perhaps this may give me a bias response?), and when mentioned that you can become an affiliate for the same price as ordering your product, I figured “why not”. The drinks taste great (to me) but I especially enjoy the Bode chocolate shake as it is the best tasting supplement shake I have yet to come across, and the health benefits have already added a few pluses in my books..and hey, if there is money to be made in the process, it just made sense for me.

But this “pyramid scheme” business, I really don’t understand it or where it is coming from. I have many friends who have been involved in Network Marketing (or MLMs or affiliate marketing or whatever you would like to call it), and quite frankly many of them are doing better than I am; with no post secondary or proper training, whereas I have had both. Although there may be a few scammers out there, Vemma seems as legit as they come.

When the consumer (me) values the product before I was even explained how to become an affiliate, this is what will grow the success of an organization, and that’s MLM 101 right there.

Now I would like to thank you for coming to my site, please leave your comments (for or against), and I will do my best to address them all in a timely fashion with an open mind and a concrete rebuttal!

TWR