Wednesday, November 07, 2007


Readers Respond (Nov. 9, 2007)

From Anonymous (November 6, 2007)
I love it being a true 12 stepper, AA for years! They have their hooks into my sister who thinks she will finally get her pot of gold from selling this junk. She's constantly harassing me to buy it, put my kids in that gimmick of a children's study, and "push" the stuff for her. I will never give it to my children or buy it. I would rather give her $40 a month! She even spent money she does not have to go to the annual convention in Memphis. It's all pipe dreams.

From Anonymous (November 9, 2007)
Yes, my mother-in-law is into this stuff big time, and the good thing about her involvement is that she has made huge lifestyle changes for her and her husband and they have lost lots of weight and claim to feel great. They eat LOTS of real fruits and veggies and power walk everyday.

Unfortunately they think it's mostly due to the Juice Plus they take. Like I said they made huge lifestyle changes over the past few months. Of course they think that is only a small part of it. She tells people its all due to the Juice Plus, so of course her naive friends and moms in the community all think it’s due to this miracle magic bullet pill. They totally prey upon people's fears, uncertainties, and doubts.

My MIL even believes she is NOT into an MLM or pyramid... she believes it is her own home-based business. I think when you add up all the time and money spent, she is barely making minimum wage.

If this product was so great, wouldn't you think it'd be sold in places like Wal-Mart, Sam's, Walgreens, etc? If it was such a miracle, don't you think huge companies like Pfizer would knock it off and sell it with their sales force? Of course, she then brings up the whole "drug companies don't want you to get well conspiracy theory"

Her plan is to team up with the local quack chiropractor to really boost sales... Calgon take me away and remove me from all this quackery!!!

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