First Vita Plus has been around for a long time as a networking company. Ive known it for quite some time but its just now that I probed more on it that it worries me. I saw some questionable claims that needs more clarification or else it will endanger the public. I am not sure if it is intended to cut the facts and misled people for the benefit of the company, all I know is that it is worth noticing and be debated upon here.
What is first vita plus?The main product of this company is a powdered juice drink that utilizes the health benefits of abundant local herbs namely:
Moringa Oleifera – the Malunggay
Capsicum Frutescens – the Dahon ng Sili
Chorchorus Olitorius – the Saluyot
Amaranthus Spinosus – the Uray or Kulitis
Ipomoea Batata – the Talbos ng Camote
This powdered drink also comes in different local fruit flavors (Dalandan, Melon, Guyabano and Mangostene).
Fair Market Value?The price of this juice is 770php!!!
per box that have 20 sachet in it.
For me that is overpriced, considering all the ingredients are local and abundant. How much is a kilogram of Malunggay, Dahon ng Sili, Saluyot, Uray or Kulitis and Talbos ng Camote in the market? If I have 700 php I can buy all those vegetables and fruit much more than what is in the box of powdered juice.
Now I begin to think, is first vita plus network marketing company (Product Earning)? or just another of those Pyramiding scheme using an overpriced product as a front (earn mainly from recruiting)?
Testimonials vs Clinical study resultsThe thing that worries me is that most of first vita's claims are highly subjective as it is heavily supported by testimonials instead of approved studies. Everyone can make testimonials, it is very possible that these people are paid by the company (Im not saying they are) or one of the members that has the motive to promote. The point is testimonials are not that accurate or can be used to prove a fact. This is specially dangerous when we publish these opinionated claims to the public just for money. That is just very selfish and irresponsible.
Public health should be treated with topmost caution that only "approved clinical study results" can be published.
There is a great potential that there may be cancer patients on chemo who will see this and decides not to follow his/her doctors order anymore. He/she will not take medication or skips it because of this.
Sure enough if the patient survived, he/she will be the next star of first vita plus. But what if not? will first vita plus take the responsibility of what happen? Will we base our health with what if's?
This is just a self-centered irresponsible advertising. Not the one I expect for a company who supposedly care.
"FIRST VITA PLUS DOES NOT CURE ANY DISEASES"
That is why I worry about their promotions and testimonials, they want to project vita plus as a miracle substance that cures all even to the point of replacing chemo drugs. Please be guided that Vita Plus only has subjective testimonials, NOT APPROVED STUDIES.
And also about the formula, it is true to all healthy foods and other supplements.
AN APPLE A DAY=DOCTORS AWAY
FRESH FRUITS AND VEG= LESS DISEASE
I do not believe that fresh fruit and vegetable is less healthy than a processed juice drink. Does first vita plus have any study to support this? This is just an outright LIE.
"Nothing is more healthier than the REAL THING"
Is this a legitimate MLM/Networking or a recruitment based pyramiding scheme? Read my other post and you decide.. http://scamornotdebate.blogspot.com/2013/05/mlmnetworking-scam-or-not.html