Is it possible to make a mollecule smaller?
An oil mollecule, for example. I don’t know much about science. From what I understand an oil mollecule can be for example 0.3 size. Is it possible to decrease its size to 0.1 or around that? Is it even possible to change a size of a mollecule?
A lot of multi level marketing companies make fraudulent claims about reducing the size of molecules (eg that they make water molecules smaller to increase hydration) – normally they have some overpriced, fraudulent product that they are trying to sell you.
For all practical purposes it is not possible to make molecules smaller and still be the same molecule.
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Does anyone know anything about Vemma nutritional supplements?
I just signed up for Vemma nutritional supplements and I am reading good things about the product, but also reading articles that implicate it may be a scam. Help?
If you want to choose your own vitamins and supplements at reasonable prices, try http://www.vitaminshoppe.com or http://www.swansonvitamins.com
Both places sell a huge selection of excellent products for about 10% of what you pay to a multi-level-marketing scheme and you don’t have to listen to anyone tell you BS. Remember that when you buy MLM vitamins, 45% of cost goes to the seller who is pressuring you to buy them, another 45% is going to the various people upstream who pressured other sellers to sell for them, and 10% covers the actual cost and shipping of the supplements.
Can someone explain the whole herbalife thing to me?
Like how does the weight management work? Do the shakes replace meals? Is it safe for teens? Can someone explain the program?
I know several people that have tried Herbalife, Isagenix, Nanci, Nutrilite, Healthy People, and Advocare weight loss supplements.
They all weight the same or more than when they tried them.
Alli is the only over the counter weight loss product approved by the FDA.
There are only two prescription weight loss medications approved. Do you think that if any of them REALLY worked we would have a $60 billion a year industry in “weight loss” supplements? The big three pharmaceuticals would dominate the market.
Approved or otherwise, none of these weight loss supplements guarantee anything unless you establish a healthy diet and exercise program.
So why not just establish a healthy diet and exercise program and keep your money?
You will be spending somewhere between $10 and $30 per day on products that are not approved or guaranteed to do anything!
The only weight loss supplement I recommend is a basic multivitamin.
$300 to $900 per month would get you a premier spa membership and the positive feeling that comes from working out and feeling healthier.
All of the above mentioned diet products are “multi level marketing” or “work from home” programs. I think these products are the worst since they exploit both the desires of people to lose weight and to make money.
Hopefully you haven’t signed up yet.
I lived in a very nice area of Phoenix for a time. 90% of the “make money from home” signs along the roads were Herbalife when you called and finally got them to tell you. These companies are more concerned with profits than weight loss. As are all the MLMs.
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