Hey, I may need some help convincing my sister not to waste her money on this crap.
I tried selling this years ago but stopped, and now my sister is asking for me to get some for her.
Here’s the email I just got from her:
[quote]Hey… mom said you might be able to do this… can you still
get herballife; like the dealers do, at cost? If so let me know cuz
I’m doing that now and it cost a fortune going threw the lady I got
it from. I can get it on E-bay, but I don’t know if I want to. Let
me know ok???[/quote]
And here was my reply:
"Herbalife is a scam. Many dealers have good intensions and don’t know anything about nutrition and how your body handles nutrients.
The pills don’t do anything but curb your appetite a little. Dexatrim does the same thing with tons less pills and is much cheaper.
They also sell a low quality protein powder for twice the cost of a much higher quality protein.
Their shakes are over-processed crap with the majority of the micro-nutrients taken out (due to the processing) and work only as good (or as bad) as Slim-Fast shakes.
It’s not a good way to try to lose weight at all.
That’s why I only wanted to sell it and not take it. I had too many potential customers ask the right questions about it and I couldn’t make up enough lies to keep them. So I don’t try to sell it anymore.
It’s a waste of money and time."
If anyone else has some good evidence or stories to tell about Herbalife, it may help since I’m her ‘little brother’ and she may take the Herbalife distributor’s advice over mine.