Voice Of Reason

Danville, KY

#235 Feb 19, 2012
wow wrote:
<quoted text>
So if no one shared it with Aunt Bessie and Cousin Todd, your OK with that??
Yet a commercial for Lipitor (or any of your fav drug) hits the TV after paying millions for the airwave time and FDA approval, you ask no questions....
I have no idea what your point is with the first question. I don't care who shares what with whom. I was just refuting your point that Zija makes no claims about cures or whatever. Like I said, there may be no "official" claims, but the people selling it "imply" results by sharing anecdotes that may or may not be true. It's really just semantics.

And I'm not sure why you choose to bring the pharmaceutical industry into your reply to my point.??? For what it's worth, I think pharma advertising should be banned.
Zija has DMAA

Murfreesboro, TN

#236 Feb 20, 2012
"How can you tell if an advertising claim for a "miracle" health-related product is likely to be phony, exaggerated, or unproven? The Better Business Bureau, along with the Federal Trade Commission suggests you use caution if:

* The product or treatment is advertised as a quick and effective cure-all for a wide range of ailments or for an undiagnosed pain.
* The promoter use key words, such as "scientific breakthrough," miraculous cure," "exclusive product," "secret formula," or "ancient ingredient."
* The promoter claims the medical profession or research scientists have conspired to suppress the product.
* The advertisement includes undocumented case histories claiming amazing results."

Check, check, check and check. This is how Zija preys on gullible people.

http://www.bbb.org/us/article/new-medical-mir...
Not Me

Mammoth Cave, KY

#238 Mar 7, 2012
I want to thank those who have put our information on the myths of this drink. I took it out of pure ignorance for a very long time waiting for my miracle and guess what. It didn't happen, the only thing I can say is that it was expensive lesson. Sad but true. Is there anything people won't do for money?

Since: Oct 11

Central City, KY

#240 Mar 11, 2012
product doesnt do crap

only people annoyed are the ones trying to sell it because they are greedy and want more money

There is reason why you will never see this in any store.
info please

White House, TN

#241 Mar 12, 2012
I have been hearing about Zija. If it does work, it might be worth a shot. Does anybody know who sells is locally?
resident

Scottsville, KY

#242 Mar 12, 2012
info please wrote:
I have been hearing about Zija. If it does work, it might be worth a shot. Does anybody know who sells is locally?
There's a gas station in etown that sells it. Its behind the counter, you'll have to ask for it. But for $3.50 a can, they can keep it.
Jane

Redmond, OR

#243 Mar 14, 2012
Where do you work? Do the people at the "bottom" of your totem pole get quality health and benefits for their contribution? DO the people at the top or your "pyramid" help you reach the income level that YOU want or tell you what you are going to make? Every corporate business is a pyramid, with the people at the top controlling the benefits and the money that they earn. In Zija (and other mlm companies) the people at the "top" help the people at the "bottom" who choose to improve their income reach their goals. At your "pyramid" those at the top do everything they can to keep those below them from improving because they may lose their own jobs to them. Hummm... your argument is squash!
huh

Murfreesboro, TN

#244 Mar 14, 2012
Jane wrote:
Where do you work? Do the people at the "bottom" of your totem pole get quality health and benefits for their contribution? DO the people at the top or your "pyramid" help you reach the income level that YOU want or tell you what you are going to make? Every corporate business is a pyramid, with the people at the top controlling the benefits and the money that they earn. In Zija (and other mlm companies) the people at the "top" help the people at the "bottom" who choose to improve their income reach their goals. At your "pyramid" those at the top do everything they can to keep those below them from improving because they may lose their own jobs to them. Hummm... your argument is squash!
I have no idea who your answering or talking to, but I do know that only the most gullible will get involved in a MLM scheme. And I know that 99% of those people will LOSE money instead of making it. And I know that they will also annoy their friends and family trying to sell them crap.
So I'll just keep my job at a real company where we have a real product and my income doesn't rely on how many suckers I can get under me.
huh

Murfreesboro, TN

#245 Mar 14, 2012
*you're answering
Zija Does Work

Spartanburg, SC

#246 Mar 19, 2012
All I know is that in October 2011 I drank Zija smart drink for tendonitis for a month. My arm stopped hurting AND I lost 10 lbs. It is March 2012 and after only consuming their product for one month 4months ago my arm is still painfree. My doctor had tried three different antiinflamatories and finally the last one worked....in which my insurance would not approve. That is why I tried Zija. Zija does work and I am excited about getting back on it for the weightloss and to remain painfree of tendonitis. As far as the getting rich aspect.....the reason for giving this product a try for me was to eliminate the pain....if I can pay for my own Zija that will be a great reward, but to help others is rewarding enough for me. I will strive to inform as many people as I can so they may reduce some of their health issues.
Save your money

Murfreesboro, TN

#247 Mar 19, 2012
Tendinitis will usually go away by itself within a couple months, with or without treatment, so I'd say that was most likely just a coincidence. Ibuprofen works as well as anything.

The main ingredient in Zija is moringa. While it does not cure any diseases or cause weight loss, it does have some nutritional benefit. It can also be purchased much cheaper online than the Zija brand.

Search for "moringa capsules" on Amazon.com . I suggest the capsules because the drinks taste AWFUL!
it works for common cold

Danville, KY

#248 Mar 19, 2012
I have found that, when I take a cold, I can take Zija and be over the cold in seven days. Without Zija, it takes a week.
Stop talking and try it

Ashton, Canada

#249 Mar 24, 2012
www.russbianchi.com tells you who Russ Bianchi is. You can not down play this man.
Go to ltdnow.co to watch discovery channel doc. and don't forget to check out the 15 pages by John Hopkins society. While you are at it check out the book on Moringa Oleifera by Monica G. Marcu, Pharma.D., Ph.D
Also the book Moringa Oleifera: Magic, Myth, or Miracle by Dr. Howard W Fisher
For those who are not representing Zija properly I apologize.
As for a scam! That it is not! Don't take my word for it. Research it yourself. Changed the lives of my family of 7.
Doesn't hurt me if you don't believe in it!
Save your money

Murfreesboro, TN

#250 Mar 24, 2012
Stop talking and try it wrote:
www.russbianchi.com tells you who Russ Bianchi is. You can not down play this man.
Go to ltdnow.co to watch discovery channel doc. and don't forget to check out the 15 pages by John Hopkins society. While you are at it check out the book on Moringa Oleifera by Monica G. Marcu, Pharma.D., Ph.D
Also the book Moringa Oleifera: Magic, Myth, or Miracle by Dr. Howard W Fisher
For those who are not representing Zija properly I apologize.
As for a scam! That it is not! Don't take my word for it. Research it yourself. Changed the lives of my family of 7.
Doesn't hurt me if you don't believe in it!
www.russbianchi.com tells you NOTHING about this man's credentials or where he got his degrees or if he even HAS a degree. He has been asked numerous times for this info and he will NOT answer the questions.

I've watched the so-called documentary and read the Johns Hopkins report. Johns Hopkins is a HOSPITAL by the way, not a "society."
The report actually says that moringa (NOT ZIJA) has some nutritional benefits for starving people, but that it doesn't prevent, treat, or cure ANY ailments or diseases.

Monica G. Marcu is on the payroll at Zija, so she'll say anything to sell it.

And Dr. Howard W Fisher is a chiropractor who, like Bianchi, has some pretty sketchy credentials.

There is ZERO clinical research to prove any of Zija's claims. If you disagree, feel free to provide a link...
OPIE TAYLOR SR

Scottsville, KY

#251 Mar 24, 2012
DON'T HAVE A LINK, BUT DR. PENDIKE SAID IT CURED THE MAINGE ON DOGS..
Stop talking and try it

Ashton, Canada

#252 Mar 26, 2012
My error in writing "society".

Russ Bianchi was born in San Francisco, California and currently resides in Northern California.

As a global food, beverage, cosmetic, confectionery, function and dietary supplement, as well as pharmaceutical and drug developer and formulator, Russ has been the Managing Director & CEO of Adept Solutions, Inc., a global creation, conversion, and stabilization product development laboratory for over two decades, with clients on five continents, and has traveled extensively throughout the world, in his career.

Russ is a major contributor to several ground breaking books and best sellers on the subject of sweeteners, and their metabolic as well as social effects, in the western food and beverage chain.

Asked once by the CEO of a major multinational food conglomerate, in a large supermarket, what brands Russ had developed, or been involved with? Bianchi blankly responded:"It would be easier and save time to point out the ones I have not done, or been around."

Russ is responsible for a major market shift away from traditional hydrogenated fat laden granola bars and refined sweetener breakfast cereals, as well as confectionery and candy bars, to many successful and functional and energy bar brands.

In 2001, Russ was an Honoree of The R&D Magazine 2001 Top 100 Innovations In America, for work on a unique and all natural humectant product, the first such patentable food ingredient to have received an award in almost a decade, from these prestigious "Oscars Of Innovation".

Russ is a professional member of the Institute Of Food Technologists, the American Association of Candy Technologists, the American Association of Cereal Chemists, the International Society Of Pharmaceutical Engineering and the American Association Of Pharmaceutical Scientists.

Russ has recently completed work as formulator, on an under utilized World Health Organization botanical named moringa oleifera, into a successfully and fully bioavailable oral pharmaceutical grade product that is enzymatically alive and standardized in potency and dosage, under dietary supplement law, in a direct medical referral model, providing significant nutrient delivery, to a stripped and highly processed western food and beverage chain, endorsed by John Hopkins School Of Medicine as well as the National Institutes Of Health & Medicine.

Russ will be publishing a three volume treatise on global formulating in 2013.

Written by Weston A Price Foundation, March 3 2011

There is endless credetials to be found on the internet.
If he did not have him they would shut down his lab.

As for him answering the question, why would he?

He shares what he can prove. Can you prove him wrong?
What a person does with the information he knows is up to them.
It does not hurt him.

As for Dr. Howard Fisher and Monica Marcu their books are very well supported. This too can be researched on the internet or get their books.

As for clinical proof, get a sample and have it tested. I did!
Save your money

Murfreesboro, TN

#253 Mar 26, 2012
"There is endless credetials to be found on the internet."
That is completely untrue. Perhaps you don't understand the meaning of the word 'credentials.' I want to know where Bianchi went to college and what degrees he earned. Is that too much to ask?

"In 2001, Russ was an Honoree of The R&D Magazine 2001 Top 100 Innovations In America"

Really? Because his name's not on R&D's list of 2001 winners...
http://www.rdmag.com/RD100SearchResults.aspx...

"Russ has recently completed work as formulator, on an under utilized World Health Organization botanical named moringa oleifera, into a successfully and fully bioavailable oral pharmaceutical grade product that is enzymatically alive and standardized in potency and dosage, under dietary supplement law, in a direct medical referral model, providing significant nutrient delivery, to a stripped and highly processed western food and beverage chain, endorsed by John Hopkins School Of Medicine as well as the National Institutes Of Health & Medicine."

1. Whoever wrote that run-on, nonsensical sentence should go to grammar prison.

2. Zija has AVSOLUTELY NOT been endorsed by Johns Hopkins.

3. And there is no such thing as "The National Institutes Of Health & Medicine"
Go ahead, Google it. I'll wait right here for you.

"As for clinical proof, get a sample and have it tested. I did!"
Really? where was this testing done? What types of tests were run? What were the results?
JK. You obviously have no clue what clinical research even means.
Save your money

Murfreesboro, TN

#254 Mar 26, 2012
*ABSOLUTELY
McGruff

Huntsville, TX

#255 Mar 27, 2012
Save your money wrote:
"There is endless credetials to be found on the internet."
That is completely untrue. Perhaps you don't understand the meaning of the word 'credentials.' I want to know where Bianchi went to college and what degrees he earned. Is that too much to ask?

"In 2001, Russ was an Honoree of The R&D Magazine 2001 Top 100 Innovations In America"

Really? Because his name's not on R&D's list of 2001 winners...
http://www.rdmag.com/RD100SearchResults.aspx...

"Russ has recently completed work as formulator, on an under utilized World Health Organization botanical named moringa oleifera, into a successfully and fully bioavailable oral pharmaceutical grade product that is enzymatically alive and standardized in potency and dosage, under dietary supplement law, in a direct medical referral model, providing significant nutrient delivery, to a stripped and highly processed western food and beverage chain, endorsed by John Hopkins School Of Medicine as well as the National Institutes Of Health & Medicine."

1. Whoever wrote that run-on, nonsensical sentence should go to grammar prison.

2. Zija has AVSOLUTELY NOT been endorsed by Johns Hopkins.

3. And there is no such thing as "The National Institutes Of Health & Medicine"
Go ahead, Google it. I'll wait right here for you.

"As for clinical proof, get a sample and have it tested. I did!"
Really? where was this testing done? What types of tests were run? What were the results?
JK. You obviously have no clue what clinical research even means.
great reply. Zija is obviously a scam. This person just posts these lies because they sell the crap.
Stop talking and try it

Ashton, Canada

#256 Mar 27, 2012
Why would he answer that question?
Why would he care what you think. His lab would be closed if he did not have the credentials. He only shares what he can prove. Its up to the listener to do as they wish with that information. Can you prove him wrong?

No sure what you mean in your statement so-called documentary? It was an actual documentary done by the discovery channel.

Dr. Howard Fisher and Monica Marcu have more then enough support behind their books. This information can be found on line and in their books.

As for clinical proof. Go get a sample and have it tested. I did!

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