Monday, April 11, 2016

How to Review a Product Company

Any one can find a bad review on any company. My husband always says about reviews... "If you are looking for bad reviews, you'll find them. If your looking for good ones, you'll find them too." He has an extremely good point. People that write reviews all have their own opinions and some even have a hidden agenda - for example, instead of contacting customer service, they'd rather write a review and drag the company through the mud, without giving the company a chance to right the wrong.


So here's what you need to know when it comes to reviews.

There's going to be good ones and bad ones..... that's not the point.

When reviewing a product company, look for the scientific research, the published health journals, the studies. Look to see if the company is owned or partly owned by a doctor, the scientist or the research company. Do they benefit by giving the company a good review? Look for outside studies.

The other thing I would like to make clear.... some products may make you feel good and you will even see some results with some products. But what you don't realize is; those products with chemicals, synthetic materials, pesticides, trace leads, etc. will do more harm to your body in the long run.

It's kinda like a drug addict. When they are on a high - they feel good. However, if they continue to take drugs, they will suffer from medical problems and they may even die.

Please, if you are gonna take supplements, energy drinks, weight loss products, or use what you think are natural products, you owe it to yourself to do the research..... changing brands may save your life!

I have called the companies. I have asked the questions. I have done the research. That is why, when it comes to my family's health, I have chosen to partner with Shaklee - the #1 Natural Nutrition Company in the USA - the only company that has the scientific proof to back their claims.

But please, don't take my word for it. Research it for yourself.
Here is a link to the Five Questions to Ask when researching a nutritional company.

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