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Posted by on Feb 19, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Natures Pearl Grape Exposed

I had a rep for Natures Pearl contacting me about their business opportunity through my own website for a competing company. I always keep an open mind for any big new product developments, I want to be marketing the absolute best product I can find, so I had a close look into what they were offering. In short I was pretty disappointed with what he had to show, and here’s why…

First he told me how it cured his cancer, a big no no. I don’t really care about anecdotal stories, every health product has them and it could get the company in legal troubles by strongly implying that the product treats of cures a disease. What separates the top products is the backing of the published science and clinical data. In my experiences the real words results follow from the scientific data anyway.

They did have a human clinical trial published in the Journal Of The American College Of Nutrition (here) which I was quite interested in looking at, and at first impressed they had one. So I read through it and there was one paragraph which stood out, in a bad way…

“The muscadine grape seed supplement did not result in significant changes in blood pressure, lipid parameters, glucose or inflammatory markers. Similarly, there was no difference between the grape seed supplement and placebo with respect to changes in MDA, 8-isoprostane, or total antioxidant capacity

There was a small increase (about 4%) in the resting brachial diameter, but no evidence of improved brachial flow-mediated dilation (The brachial artery is the major blood vessel of the upper arm)

So is Natures Peal a scam? Don’t get me wrong, there are some great compounds in grape seed which have been shown in research to have many beneficial properties such as anti-cancer effects. In fact we have it as one of 13 ingredients in one of our products. But when you’re forking out good money for that one super supplement to take each day, and potentially marketing it to people you know, then I want to see much better results in the key biomarkers like inflammation and antioxidant capacity.

The human clinical for our MaxGXL product showed on average:
A 276% increase in intra-cellular levels of glutathione – your body’s master antioxidant
A 61% decrease in Tumer Necrosis Factor Alpha – one the main inflammatory markers
A 41% increase in DHEA and 46% increase in IGF-1, two key hormone levels which decline with age.

Now we have our new Cellgevity product which cornerstone ingredient, RiboCeine, has been shown to increase glutathione levels 300% more than the NAC in MaxGXL, plus it contains additional ingredients which boost glutathione levels even more by activating the Nrf2 pathway.

So after evaluating the Natures Pearl Muscadine Grape supplement I’ll be passing on this network marketing business and sticking with what is still the king of supplements. If you’re considering joining the Natures Pearl MLM or using the product I would be making sure you compare it to the Max products first to make sure you make the right decision.

So what you need to do next is quickly pop your details in on the form to the right with your #1 question about Natures Pearl or Max, and you’ll be able to see how the products and science compares.

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