If you look up Vemma’s Supplement Facts (note that they aren’t Nutritional Facts, because it’s marketed as a supplement, not a food or juice), you’ll find that Vemma has 1,000 IU of Vitamin D per 2 ounce serving (16,000 IUs per 32 ounce bottle).Sounds incredible until you realize that this Liquid Vitamin D has 2,000 IU per drop and is for 900 servings.It’s still an obscenely expensive product that is a dollar an ounce or more… I’m sure Vemma distributors are going to hate this comparison.
If you look up Vemma’s Supplement Facts (note that they aren’t Nutritional Facts, because it’s marketed as a supplement, not a food or juice), you’ll find that Vemma has 1,000 IU of Vitamin D per 2 ounce serving (16,000 IUs per 32 ounce bottle).
When I wrote about the Mona Vie Scam more than 5 years ago, I was amazed to get over 6,500 comments.
Over time, the indisputable information from dozens of researchers lead me to make the easy conclusion, “Mona Vie is a grossly overpriced product, with little nutritional value, wrapped in a poor business opportunity that appears to be illegal pyramid scheme, fraudulently supported by nonsensical ‘scientific’ studies, and illegal medical claims from its paid salesforce.” To make a long story slightly shorter, these articles brought in MLM distributors to defend their industry.
Lost in the marketing is that you might end up getting 20 times the vitamin C, 5 times the fiber, 3 times the protein and a bunch of other good things in those 4 bowls of another brand.
Raisin Bran could have pulled the same marketing trick on Total saying that you need to eat 3 bowls of Total to equal the fiber in a bowl of Raisin Bran.
You can bet that Vemma is getting better bulk pricing than we are on Amazon.
Vemma has 15 mcg of Vitamin B-12, per 2 ounce serving (that’s the 62 ounces of cheddar cheese).Notonly that, but you shouldn’t be buying vitamins and supplements anyway.One final product thought , in all the food mentioned there, there’s a lot of calcium (cheese, spinach, etc.) and I couldn’t find any on the Vemma label (though Vemma does list that there’s calcium in their FAQ). One (or more) Vemma distributor(s) has copied the Income at Home Scam that was covered by PT Money (and of course the previous link in extensive detail).Most importantly, it’s worth noting that juice, in general, is not healthy. File this article away in your memory, because we’ll be coming back to it later.There’s really no need to split hairs with Xango, Xowii, Nopalea, Jusuru, Mona Vie, Zrii, and Vemma distributors about the merits of their particular juice scam. Sorry for the lengthy introduction about why I am writing the article.It gets worse as Vemma uses what I call the Total cereal advertising scam.Remember those funny commercials in the 80’s that it would take X bowls of Brand X cereal to equal the nutrition in one bowl in Total?Now that we’ve established the ridiculousness and deceptiveness of this type of advertising here are some examples from Vemma’s marketing page: That sounds impressive, right?Let’s take the first one, the 55 eggs for the vitamin D in Vemma.Amazon has 100 lozenges, with each having 2,000 mcg of B-12 for .One lozenge alone would be enough to supplement 133 servings (8 and a third bottles) of Vemma.