Does anyone on here take "Zeal for Life"?

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TRW

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Wondering if any of the rest of you on here take "Zeal for Life"? I threw money at that for a few months and didn't notice a thing. I see people all over Facebook trying to sell it and saying they are making tens of thousands of dollars a month and getting new cars for selling it and on and on. Facebook around here has become a bombardment of this crap.
I see people posting how it makes them healthier and they are losing weight, yet I look at their pictures and I don't see any difference in them.
Just wondering if any of you take it and is it working for you? Looks like a high priced scheme to me.
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I have no confidence in anything that is a pyramid scheme. Everyone wants a magic quick fix, there isn't one!

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Ironically enough, I made a blog about it. There are more negatives to this stuff than positives. The only reason people claim it works wonders is because they want you to buy the garbage from them.

I did a nutritive analysis on the wellness drink and the burn supplement, and plan on following with the others as well.

http://truthaboutzeal.wordpress.com/
anon

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well i'm not on any diet and I'm not selling it but I am buying and using it. Down 10 pounds so far and haven't changed a thing. Guess it works for some and not for others.
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People posting about that all the time on facebook and telling how much they are making selling it. People on there saying they are making thousands of dollars a month. I know there is no way possible all these people are making that much. If they are there is seriously a staggering mark up on their product.

And what's with all these people selling it saying they have lost all this weight. In their pics they look no different.

It's just another fad, these things have come around before. You pay a fairly large sum for the magic stuff, and then it has a mental effect that you paid this much, it has to be doing something. Their ads and the people selling it will tell you how good it makes them feel and you will feel so much better too, and lose weight! And then you will supplement that for a short time with trying to eat better, exercise a little and perhaps you will see some intial results because of that. It's not because of their product.
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I agree with all of you about Zeal. Have you seen a large, over weight person selling it? I haven't! Don't you think it is just a fad that could be very bad for your health in the long run? It is a pyramid, the one recruiting new members are making a few more dollars than the one on the bottom!
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Aug 14, 2013
 
this is the same stuff Barbara put in her burgers back in the day
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Actually I've seen some overweight people on Facebook that are taking it and selling it. They believe it to be the magic potion, but then I look at their pics and they look the same.
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Resident wrote:
Actually I've seen some overweight people on Facebook that are taking it and selling it. They believe it to be the magic potion, but then I look at their pics and they look the same.
Resident, that is so funny and true! I hope it doesn't harm anyone's health, but no pill or mixed concoction will do miracles with your health, period!

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<quoted text>Resident, that is so funny and true! I hope it doesn't harm anyone's health, but no pill or mixed concoction will do miracles with your health, period!
It can and will harm your health long term, and that actually worries me when people are taking this stuff while breastfeeding and pregnant. My blog has the details of each ingredient, safety, its actual use, and supporting scientific studies backing those. It would be scary for a pregnant mom to take this.
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anon wrote:
this is the same stuff Barbara put in her burgers back in the day
No, she was using something called Vigorfit. It includes yohembe bark. She used it for a couple of years.

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Sweet Greggo the Third wrote:
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No, she was using something called Vigorfit. It includes yohembe bark. She used it for a couple of years.
Ironic as yohimbe can cause a stroke like advantra z can. Yohimbe is commonly found in pills such as extenze these days and is also pretty dangerous stuff.
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Nothing compares to good old fashioned exercise and a healthy diet.
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Allll of you are dumb for not beliving i bet yall are broke and thats exactly why! Cause you guys critsize with out even a damn thing about what you guys are talking about ;D a bunch of negative as people .
Janet

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Sep 3, 2013
 
With out even knowing a damn thing *
Resident

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Why would you believe someone is "broke" to realize the actuality that this product actually does nothing near what people are saying it does? Not sure where you get that.

It's all a placebo effect.
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Janet wrote:
Allll of you are dumb for not beliving i bet yall are broke and thats exactly why! Cause you guys critsize with out even a damn thing about what you guys are talking about ;D a bunch of negative as people .


And I'm certain you are just rollin' in dough.

The only dumb people here are the ones that believe Zeal marketing heads scheme of assigning very, very few select members a community (usually an educationally devoid community) to give a "luxury" car in order to showcase their so-called success. Those luxury car companies manufacture cheaper autos and label them sturgeon roe when they are, in fact, carp. I forget the name of this technique but its widely practiced. But hey, as far as the obese who try Zeal to lose weight, props to them for doing something other than bariatric surgery. The saggy skin/face, or "formerly fat" look is just so unattractive.

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Janet wrote:
Allll of you are dumb for not beliving i bet yall are broke and thats exactly why! Cause you guys critsize with out even a damn thing about what you guys are talking about ;D a bunch of negative as people .
Janet, if you read my blog, you would find that I know exactly what I am talking about. Perhaps it is you displaying the lack of intelligence.
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Sep 5, 2013
 
Mere wrote:
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And I'm certain you are just rollin' in dough.
The only dumb people here are the ones that believe Zeal marketing heads scheme of assigning very, very few select members a community (usually an educationally devoid community) to give a "luxury" car in order to showcase their so-called success. Those luxury car companies manufacture cheaper autos and label them sturgeon roe when they are, in fact, carp. I forget the name of this technique but its widely practiced. But hey, as far as the obese who try Zeal to lose weight, props to them for doing something other than bariatric surgery. The saggy skin/face, or "formerly fat" look is just so unattractive.
. There are a couple of lady's that sell that crap in honey grove who have gotten caddys. They show all pics and talk of traveling to far off places and making 6 figures. I would love to know how all that works. I'm also thinking they push religion also by reading ones Facebook page.
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Sep 5, 2013
 
They aren't given those cars, the company provides a certain amount of money per month towards the lease of those vehicles.

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