Zeal For Life Challenge

Zeal For Life Challenge

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Guest

Conway, AR

#1 Sep 5, 2012
Anybody tried it? I've seen a few things about it on people's facebooks does it really work
guest

United States

#3 Sep 5, 2012
le chat wrote:
What are you talking about Guest? What is it, please!
it's a company basically doing the same thing as body by vi ...
realist

Olive Branch, MS

#4 Sep 6, 2012
It's nothing you can't do on your own if your willing. There's no point in spending hard earned money, and getting involved in a pyramid scheme for something you can do on your own for free. Try weight watchers or see your doctor, and exercise. Zeal claims medical benefits and all sorts of hocum, and should be shut down by the FDA for doing so. Bottom line, it's overpriced, even if you can lose with it. Why pay, when you can do it for free, and achieve the same if not better results with a legitimate plan.
Zeal User

Haslet, TX

#5 Sep 6, 2012
Unless you have used Zeal, please dont discourage the people interested in it. Zeal is an all natural substance that can make you feel better, give you more energy and help people that have long term health issues. My grandmother is an extreme diabetic. I have seen her be admitted into the hospital just because of her sugar level.
Zeal has balanced her sugar!! So yes, Zeal works!:)

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realist

Olive Branch, MS

#6 Sep 6, 2012
Zeal User wrote:
Unless you have used Zeal, please dont discourage the people interested in it. Zeal is an all natural substance that can make you feel better, give you more energy and help people that have long term health issues. My grandmother is an extreme diabetic. I have seen her be admitted into the hospital just because of her sugar level.
Zeal has balanced her sugar!! So yes, Zeal works!:)
Personally, I would feel more comfortable trusting my families medical care to a physician, as opposed to a fad diet, using multilevel marketing to distribute it. If one were diabetic and overweight, losing weight, obviously, it would help. I never said zeal doesn't cause weight loss, what I did say is, there are cheaper alternatives that will yield better results. On a side note, all natural, doesn't always mean healthy. Lots of things that are all "natural", are poison. Some mushrooms for example to name one, poison ivy for another and many more. The FDA should shut down diets like this making medical claims, the long term effects of even " all natural" treatments can be very bad just like commercial drugs. There are safer, cheaper alternatives to fad diets. That prey on desperate people who simply don't know any better. Herbalife which was before zeal was another, and I'm sure there will be many more to come. If i remember right, it was all natural as well, and wound up killing some people, I hope zeal ingredients are safer. As long as there are greedy people, and desperate people looking for a easy solution to a problem, sadly, there will always be a place for these kinds of programs.
guest

Haslet, TX

#7 Sep 6, 2012
realist wrote:
<quoted text>Personally, I would feel more comfortable trusting my families medical care to a physician, as opposed to a fad diet, using multilevel marketing to distribute it. If one were diabetic and overweight, losing weight, obviously, it would help. I never said zeal doesn't cause weight loss, what I did say is, there are cheaper alternatives that will yield better results. On a side note, all natural, doesn't always mean healthy. Lots of things that are all "natural", are poison. Some mushrooms for example to name one, poison ivy for another and many more. The FDA should shut down diets like this making medical claims, the long term effects of even " all natural" treatments can be very bad just like commercial drugs. There are safer, cheaper alternatives to fad diets. That prey on desperate people who simply don't know any better. Herbalife which was before zeal was another, and I'm sure there will be many more to come. If i remember right, it was all natural as well, and wound up killing some people, I hope zeal ingredients are safer. As long as there are greedy people, and desperate people looking for a easy solution to a problem, sadly, there will always be a place for these kinds of programs.
And usually the diet does not make these medical claims - the claims are made by the people who profit from getting people to sign up on it. I got sucked into the Body By Vi and the company specifically tells you NOT to advertise any medical benefits.
realist

Olive Branch, MS

#8 Sep 6, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>And usually the diet does not make these medical claims - the claims are made by the people who profit from getting people to sign up on it. I got sucked into the Body By Vi and the company specifically tells you NOT to advertise any medical benefits.
Exactly right! And really, how many legitimate business's are you aware of, that have to resort to multi-level marketing (a pyramid) in order to sell their product? Most legit deals, are available at Walmart or your drug store through your doctor. If zeal were truly that great, would not the biggest retailer in the country want to sell it to?! Or maybe GNC? I certainly don't think the zeal manufacturer would cut either of them out of the picture if they could sell it there. No one ever thinks to ask those types of questions at the zeal meetings I would bet.
guest 2

United States

#9 Sep 6, 2012
Most people are smart enough to know there are cheaper ways of losing weight. If someone wants to spend THEIR money and try it, then it really is no business of yours. Always negative people that feel the need to bash someone or something.
realist

Olive Branch, MS

#10 Sep 6, 2012
guest 2 wrote:
Most people are smart enough to know there are cheaper ways of losing weight. If someone wants to spend THEIR money and try it, then it really is no business of yours. Always negative people that feel the need to bash someone or something.
If that were true, companies like zeal, would not exist. Furthermore, if I am barraged by people who make these outrageous claims about a program, It certainly is my business to counter with facts. I am a very positive person, and I'm positive, zeal is not a good value.
realist

Olive Branch, MS

#11 Sep 6, 2012
http://blog.zealsalessucks.com/ this guy gives some insight about the zeal founder, for those curious.
guest

Haslet, TX

#12 Sep 6, 2012
realist wrote:
<quoted text>Exactly right! And really, how many legitimate business's are you aware of, that have to resort to multi-level marketing (a pyramid) in order to sell their product? Most legit deals, are available at Walmart or your drug store through your doctor. If zeal were truly that great, would not the biggest retailer in the country want to sell it to?! Or maybe GNC? I certainly don't think the zeal manufacturer would cut either of them out of the picture if they could sell it there. No one ever thinks to ask those types of questions at the zeal meetings I would bet.
Exactly!! If any of them were as wonderful as the companies claim, stores would be fighting to get it on their shelves!! Instead they use the lure of $$$ to get people into it. Remember a few years ago the "Team National" crap that everyone bought into and everyone was going to get rich from. I saw in the paper last year where one of the big shots promoting it in Searcy had filed bankruptcy. They're all great and then people join and see how hard it is to make any money at it ... and then the popularity fades and they move on to the next one!
realist

United States

#13 Sep 6, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>Exactly!! If any of them were as wonderful as the companies claim, stores would be fighting to get it on their shelves!! Instead they use the lure of $$$ to get people into it. Remember a few years ago the "Team National" crap that everyone bought into and everyone was going to get rich from. I saw in the paper last year where one of the big shots promoting it in Searcy had filed bankruptcy. They're all great and then people join and see how hard it is to make any money at it ... and then the popularity fades and they move on to the next one!
OMG, Tean National! I had forgot about that one, so funny. Remember "friends helping friends"? Hehe, that was a good one also!
guest

Haslet, TX

#14 Sep 6, 2012
realist wrote:
<quoted text>OMG, Tean National! I had forgot about that one, so funny. Remember "friends helping friends"? Hehe, that was a good one also!
My favorite was how impressed everyone was supposed to be about dude's paved driveway in Rosebud, AR. Rosebud! They would talk about that damn driveway at EVERY GATHERING!!!
realist

Searcy, AR

#15 Sep 6, 2012
guest wrote:
<quoted text>My favorite was how impressed everyone was supposed to be about dude's paved driveway in Rosebud, AR. Rosebud! They would talk about that damn driveway at EVERY GATHERING!!!
Nothing like a paved driveway to tote your success, hehe.
realist

Searcy, AR

#16 Sep 6, 2012
realist wrote:
<quoted text>Nothing like a paved driveway to tote your success, hehe.
"tout" that is.
have used zeal

Dallas, TX

#17 Oct 29, 2012
Zeal User wrote:
Unless you have used Zeal, please dont discourage the people interested in it. Zeal is an all natural substance that can make you feel better, give you more energy and help people that have long term health issues. My grandmother is an extreme diabetic. I have seen her be admitted into the hospital just because of her sugar level.
Zeal has balanced her sugar!! So yes, Zeal works!:)
I have used this so called stuff for about a month and a half and had no claimed benefits of zeal. My wife uses and sells this crap and says she feels better, yet she has been sick for over a month with the same cold, plus no weight loss. She has also spent $879 one month on the crap and our car got repoed two months later. I on the other hand have changed my diet and started working put and have lost 37 pounds since the middle of augest and still losing. Yes it is a pyramid scheme, and it reminds me of those travelling sales men in the past trying to sell their cure all potions during the old western days.
Guest

Haslet, TX

#18 Oct 30, 2012
This stuff sounds great!! Sign me up !!! Where do I get some?
Zeal Consultant

United States

#23 Nov 1, 2012
Come to Docs Grill Thursday nights at 7pm to learn about Zeal. Loving me some Zeal for Life.
Zeal Consultant

United States

#24 Nov 1, 2012
Come to Docs Grill Thursday nights at 7pm for more information about Zeal
nick

Mckinney, TX

#25 Dec 10, 2012
I want to know how many of you have actually TRIED the challenge. I have changed my whole life as well as over 100 other's and have nothing but positive thoughts on Zeal. You people are very close minded- and shouldn't criticize something you know nothing about. Zeal CAN and WILL change lives.

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