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I've been reading quite a bit about this product. Their website claims, "to deliver the essential phytonutrients and antioxidants your body needs to stay healthy." There is also an 'active' version available that includes glucosomine for healthy joint support.
I have also reviewed many accounts of customers saying that the product contains mostly ordinary fruits and the most significant fruit
acaiis so minimal in this formulation that the consumer would not reap the benefits that the real health-promoting acai berry can offer.
To make this product more intriguing, they take on independant distributors. As a MonaVie independant distributor, you are: "an entrapraneuer who, from day one, has a distinguished resarch and development team, a fantastic product that everyone can benefit from, a fully staffed sales and marketing team, and a friendly customer support staff dedicated to your succes."
But this has also been cited by many as a pyramid scam.
What's the story with this stuff??
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I would be more than happy to give you some product to try. Warning....... You could get hooked on the results!
Monavie costs any where between $27 and $40 per bottle. It would take 13.8 bottles of Monavie to equal the antioxidant power (ORAC value) of a box of TenX bars . That means that buying a box of TenX Blast bars instead of the 13.8 bottles of Monavie would also give you a savings of at least $340.
Which is more convenient to carry around with you? A glass bottle of Monavie or a TenX Blast bar?
What could you do with the extra $340?