UFORIA Science Review
By CANDICE GREY
Update: May 12, 2022
- Weight Loss Technique: Custom nutrition supplements based on your DNA
- Weight Loss Short-term: Poor
- Weight Loss Long-term: Poor
- Safety: Generally safe
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Uforia Science and their Utrition nutritional blend is a new product to enter the health market. It’s a supplement that you take that is customized personally for you according to your DNA. It allows you to have a personalized rather than “blind” nutritional compound prepared for you.
UFORIA Science Claims
Uforia’s claim is that we are all susceptible to various physical ailments due to specific variations in our genes. Uforia says that genetic differences are called SNPs (single nucleotide polymorphisms). And that a unique nutrition compound is created based on this. There are over 400 million different combinations of compounds that can be produced. And buying the ingredients separately would cost over $2000.
Initially you pay $159 for the kit. I believe it is another $99 to register your package. And then in 2-4 weeks from sending off your saliva swab, you will receive your DNA customized nutritional supplement. The monthly supplement comes with a pretrition cleanse formula. Then after a month you just keep on paying your $159 to receive your own perfect formula which even has your name printed on it. And these are high-quality ingredients too. They are “peer-reviewed plant-based ingredients along with raw food, super-foods, prebiotics, enzymes, vitamins, and minerals.”
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UFORIA Science Ingredients
The list of ingredients is too long to detail. There are a total of 71 ingredients. You obviously won’t receive all 71, and the ingredients will be printed on the bottle. The vitamins and minerals are the usual such as Vitamin A, B, E; then there are some plant extracts and some fun ingredients thrown in such as tomato powder, kiwi, and frankincense. There is no attempt to explain the science behind how any of the ingredients were chosen or how your DNA secrets unravel to produce these unique recipes of nutrition compounds.
In fact, in the video, the “miracle” happens when the machine (referred to as the Utritionator) “picks” the ingredients. The utritionator reads your barcoded DNA and makes your designer blend from all the ingredients; choosing the perfect blend for you, which is also referred to as “magic.”
Uforia Science Results
The word on the street, sadly, is Uforia Science operates a PYRAMID scheme. If you’d like a job that charges you $160 a month to work and you have a 1-2% chance of earning some money selling a senseless product, then Uforia Science has opportunities for you. It costs just $39.95 to join. 
If you want to know which companies use multi-level marketing schemes, how they work, and why they are best avoided then just watch this fun Tonight clip with Jon Oliver. 
In a nutshell, pyramid schemes are vile ways in which people are manipulated by commission structures to buy overpriced products and end up paying to work. Basically, if you were to become an affiliate for Uforia, you’d be selling their product for them and have to pay them $1,920 every year to stay in the pyramid.back to menu ↑
The Science of Uforia
For me, Uforia attempts to baffle people who are not scientifically minded in places and then just ignore any real explanations. None of the scientific facts make up any scientific reasoning, though. What is the link between DNA and nutrition, anyway? And, why is having a customized DNA nutrition blend useful above a generic nutrition blend? In Uforia Science’s marketing, they are happy to throw “blind nutrition” out of the window as a blatantly inferior product to theirs. Utrition only takes into consideration one factor, though, your DNA.
“Blind” nutrition is not quite as “blind” though as CEO of Uforia Ron Williams suggests in the promotional video. Blind diet has the added advantage of taking into consideration your age and if you’re pregnant, breastfeeding or going through the menopause, for example.
While Uforia Science is apparently all about science, it’s unlikely to fool anyone with a scientific background.
It has not been tested scientifically. It makes no claims about the ingredients or any results. Nor does it claim to diagnose, treat, or prevent an illness. It makes no real claims as to how DNA testing works in finding a perfect supplement for you in terms of nutrition.
I dislike this product a lot. It’s like a science class that stopped halfway through. It’s got nothing to do with groundbreaking technology and better health. It’s just a front for an MLM. Since marketing is classed as a science, the only real science here is the multi-level marketing that sucks people into spending nearly $2000 per year on some vitamins. If science is not your thing, then the marketing and sleek nature of the website may convince you this product is useful.
Uforia Science is merely the product that fronts an MLM scheme, so the chances of it using any sound medical reasoning to choose ingredients based on reading your DNA barcode is significantly reduced because of this.
This product is useful in that you are going to get a combination of 71 ingredients. Reading through them all, they will all do you some good. But once again testing a person’s DNA will give you no indication as to their present nutritional requirements at all. The fact that dietary requirements VARY with your age and your DNA stays the SAME is an elephant-sized flaw in this product.
If you want to spend $260 on personalized supplements, I suggest you order blood and hair tests and book an appointment with a dietitian. They will be able to analyze the results and give you sound advice in terms of what your current nutrition needs are.
You could order this product for a year and in that time, get pregnant and give birth. Yet this product will have been providing you with a constant and unchanging level of vitamins and minerals, including folate all throughout that time.
It’s fair to say that if you are paying $159 per month to get nutrition supplements, you will likely think you are getting high nutrition supplements. And that’s not necessarily the case.
It would be far better to go to a drugstore and buy a nutritional product there and save a considerable amount of money.
Uforia Science CEO is a man called Ron Williams, whose expertise is not in genetics or software/laboratory technology as he slaved away on this groundbreaking vitamin compound and how to produce it. No. Ron Williams is an expert in multilevel marketing.
In fact, Ron Williams has earned the most dubious title I can imagine President of the MLM International Association “Best burglar in town” would be just as respectable a title in my opinion. 
In terms of Uforia Science, don’t just take my word for it when I say avoid it.
You can take the U.S Federal Trade Commission’s advice in terms of companies that operate as MLM’s:
“Not all multilevel marketing plans are legitimate. Some are pyramid schemes. It’s best not to get involved in plans where the money you make is based primarily on the number of distributors you recruit and your sales to them, rather than on your sales to people outside the plan who intend to use the products.”back to menu ↑
The Bottom Line: Is Uforia Science a Rip-Off or Worth to Try?
No. This product falls down on four main crucial areas.
- First and foremost, why is it a good idea to take a nutritional supplement that only takes into account your DNA and disregards your age and other factors?
- Secondly, Uforia Science is part of an MLM which are illegal in many places and bring misery and debt.
- Considering Uforia Science is linked to an MLM, I would have grounds to wonder how the magic utritionator works. Why would a legitimate company with technology like the utritionator that can correctly read DNA and counter diseases accordingly associate itself with a pyramid scheme? I doubt very much that the recipe the utritionator chooses will have any scientific reasoning attached to it.
- And finally, it is a ridiculous price for some vitamins every month, so why would you bother? That in itself is another indicator that the product is part of a pyramid scheme.
I am convinced that DNA testing will become the norm and will help us all in so many ways in the years to come. The ability to know that we are susceptible to certain diseases will become essential. Prevention is the best medicine, after all. Using nutritional supplements is undoubtedly a way that you can attempt to combat certain illnesses. So the sense behind Uforia Science is there.
I’ve visited nutritionists and dietitians in the past, and the standard is to have a recent blood or hair test to assess nutritional requirements. This kind of analysis is super helpful as it indicates what nutrients are currently lacking and history of the last few months, in the case of the hair. These kinds of tests show what nutrients are lacking, such as iron, zinc and vitamin B12, etc. The DNA sample is not going to highlight any current nutritional deficiencies. In fact, Uforia has failed entirely to say why the DNA sample is helpful.
I don’t see how this product works at all. The utritionator miraculously reading DNA and producing these designer pills according to some magic while fun and obviously a perfectly acceptable explanation for some, is not good enough for me. I require a little more substance.
If there is a case for DNA testing and optimal nutritional supplements, then Uforia has failed to make it.
Personalized nutritional supplements based on new blood and hair samples, absolutely.
Your nutrition requirements change all the time, and yet your DNA result will stay the same however, so I don’t see this product being useful at all. One person remarked and gave an example of how the very premise that your DNA has a link to your nutritional needs is nonsensical:
“Here’s an easy illustration as to why. My identical twin lives in Alaska and spends his entire day inside in the dark while eating Big Macs. I live in the Canaries and spend my days cycling in the sun and eating a Mediterranean diet.
Yet Uforia and co will say that we should be eating the same supplements because our DNA is identical. Sure. What an absolute crock of c**p.” 
It’s far better in my opinion that you pick a supplement (if you feel you need one) that is suitable for your sex and age. Menstruating women need more iron, and various supplements will help if you are going through the menopause.
Now, if this kit took your DNA saliva sample and tested it with your hair, using both sets of information then clearly that I would be happy to say it was useful. But to throw out “blind” yet current data in favor of DNA testing to guide nutritional requirements just seems unhelpful at best.
I feel the danger of this product is that you may feel you are doing yourself right and have overlooked a nutritional deficiency or health problem.
The cost of this product is also ridiculous. By the time you have bought the kit, for $159 you must then register it and pay your testing fee of $99.
So $260 for a supply of health supplements that are unique to your DNA. But not your current needs.
Uforia Science’s promotional video fails to answer a lot of questions and again appears to knock nutrition supplements that are not unique. Yet once again, nutrition supplements are a great way to keep yourself topped up with the right vitamins and minerals.
You can quickly identify a product that is right for you. You pick a supplement that is right for your sex and age. The supplement will have the proper combination of all the vitamins and minerals you need for that stage of your life, which will vary.
There are many flaws in this analysis. DNA is what you are born with and will die with while a blood test is where you are now. If you dont support the varients in your DNA, it will be like constantly living in a flawed environment. Yes you may need additional medications but that is big pharma and I would personally prefer nature over meds.
As an APRN board certified in Anesthesia is review is very difficult to read and the epitome of the level of thinking that had gotten us to the poor level of health we are all at today. It appears the author has zero medical background to make their claims and should also have done further research as many of the statements are incorrect from the board based research I have done on both the company and their products. I’m normally ad avid “reviews” based person however this review has shown me how detrimental an uneducated option is…
At first, I was very skeptical and didn’t feel any different on their 30 days cleanse call PreTrition. When my Utrition finally arrived about a week and half after my DNA test results things were notably different. It’s important to know I have never taken supplements before. My energy levels are through the roof. My memory has greatly improved. My vascular health is like I’m on viagra, lol. Since my business partner and wife have started taking it based on the change they have seen in me. There are over 400 million custom combinations so its impossible to say what this product can do for you but I am 100% sold. Everyone should do their due diligence and give this product a try for the sake of their health. I would recommend this product to anyone.
This company is a fraud! Buyer beware. I am a biochemist and microbiologist and thought this company was onto something. I like the concept of nutrition based on DNA…right?! I have nothing but one dissapointment after another. I received a text stating that there was a problem with my swabs in the lab and they appolgized for it taking so long. I reached out that I was concerned about the issue and asked if they were going to resend the samplekit. Support told me they never texted me and couldn’t when I had the texting feature shut off – not true, how could I receive it. I also dd not set up automatic shipping becasue I always ensure, before doing so, that the company has lived up to its standards and then I would take such actions..well they keep hitting my account for nearly $200 and I have never received a product and now they are telling me to go to the person who sold me the vitamins – like amway – and get my refund. A person only recommneded that I go to try it and that was it. so now nearly $500 in charges, no vitamins, no DNA report nada but assholes in customer serice if you wil…..stay away
I tryed it but it’s not for me,,
I work at a construction site and I’m dont need to be way ampted up,,,
First you start off with 3 capsules,,
that dont let me sleep,,
Then they want to amp me up to 6 capsules ,,,,,,noooooo
Article seemed to have a lot of information but when I started comparing what they’re saying to the actual website it seemed that a ton was missing. In paragraph two it states that there’s no research or science and when I went to the website I was actually overloaded with four pages of science and 27 videos all about the DNA and the science and ingredients behind it. Which made me then intern not believe the rest of the criticisms on this article because they obviously didn’t do the own research. And every time I try to click on the link it takes me to a new company selling weight loss supplements so I’m guessing the writer of this review is just out to bash this company so they can sell more of their own product
I remember the movie Eddie Murphy did in the 90s. Professor Klump. Seriously this type of science has been around for years. I see individuals that have tried stated IT WORKS! Can the average person stay committed to a $159 a month regimen for the rest their natural life? That’s totally up to individuals. These are confusing times we are living in. I’m skeptic of anyone having my DNA information. There’s gotta be a better way to learn what your body needs without giving a stranger you genetic blue prints.
Uforia science is truly changing the way people get their nutritional supplement using nutrigenomics research. There are hundreds of scientific studies and peer reviewed research proving that the proper nutrition can change the way your genes active and express themselves in your body.
Not sure about some of these reviews as it makes no sense. Amway? How did you get Uforia like that? No Autoship but you are being charged? How is that even possible? Science? Uforia has an entire scientific board with loads of knowledge on genetics. I was introduced to this company in December of 2018 and I was skeptical but decided to give it a try in the Spring of 2019. Expense? Too much? That’s crazy… It is now September and I’m getting my product for the cost of shipping as I easily referred to my family and friends after I started feeling and seeing results! I am quite happy with Uforia. I find it quite strange to read this review and it’s labeled low on the weightloss scale. Then at the end pushes two other products. Uforia is not based on weightloss… Although I do know customers who have that weightloss SNP and it’s helped them trim down. Personally my energy is up, my insomnia is in check, no longer taking Prilosec daily, my back pain has decipatted, toe fungus gone, high blood pressure lowered and oddly enough much of my grey is gone with my natural color restoring. I have just opened month 6 of Uforia. Value is fricking amazing. Last month I paid for both my daughter and girlfriend to try it…. My daughter is an RN so looking forward to seeing results and blood work after a few months. My girlfriend has stopped seeing her hair fallout in the shower by the handful. Why wouldn’t someone try DNA-Healthcare
I almost ALMOST was going to give this a try but after reading on the back of their box it had a form of cycnide as B12 and almost 10,000 milligrams of it I was like oh H_ L NO!! I mean OMG almost 10,000 milligrams of a ingrediant that is dervived from CYANIDE? Are they crazy? I guess so…
anyways I am thankful to Almighty God and will pass on this product permanently.
STAY AWAY from the “pre poison” aka “pretrition” LOL I mean really this company should be shut down
TONIGHT…Cyanide is not laughing gas its POISON period.
I’m looking to take a vitamin B-12 supplement. I see that many contain a form of vitamin B-12 called cyanocobalamin, yet I read on the Internet that this form is toxic. Should I be concerned?
The most common form of vitamin B-12 (cobalamin) in supplements is cyanocobalamin and although this form includes a cyanide molecule, it is very safe. Why? Even at a very high dose, it would provide about a thousand times less cyanide than is toxic, and the cyanide is excreted in the urine.
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Regardless of the info above my Utrition uses a b12 supplement called Methylcobalamin listed at 640mcg per serving
Cyanocobalamin is a synthetic form of vitamin B12 found only in supplements, while methylcobalamin is a naturally occurring form that you can get through either food sources or supplements.
Do you research Sherry, your not helping by spreading misinformation, The Almighty God you speak is shaking his/her head in disappointed, but he is all forgiving so you are forgiven <3
I’m looking at a box of Pretrition now and the only B12 source I see listed is Methylcobalamin at 11.5 MICROgrams. Cyanocobalamin (the “cyanide” you mentioned) is a synthetic form of B12 used in many supplements as it’s cheaper, however NOT used by Üforia in Pretrition or Ütrition as they are 100% plant based, Non-GMO, and Vegan products.
I’m very skeptical of company reviews because most of them just have one agenda and that’s to drive traffic to the website for the sole purpose of redirecting them to something else, just lime this one has. They give way too many opinions and they don’t have all the facts. This review is completely opinionated and don’t have all of the facts. Most of this review is completely outdated now and was never correct to begin with. The compensation plan was updated quite a few months back. Anybody can view the full compensation plan the full FAQ and any other resources that the company provides on the resource page. uforiascience. com/resources
One thing our CEO does is listen to his leaders. On the advisement of the leaders, the compensation plan has been enhanced. We no longer have the D&D program. They have since introduced quikits for those who don’t want to purchase the deluxe kit, they can purchase the quikit for $49.95 (A 10 day supply of the pretrition capsules instead of a full 30 day supply with the deluxe kit) plus the $100 lab fee that gets them their 35 page report and their lab test results. Plus now both customers and Affiliates are able to get product discounted and even free when they introduce it to others with the customer referral program. if you’re going to do such a biased review on a company at least get your facts straight and send people to the correct resources. Anybody who visits the main page will find a video right at the top with our CEO taking everybody on a journey of the entire process showing behind the scenes labs and hearing from the experts. it’s seven minutes long and it’s right at the top of the website.
I’m super happy! Already seeing great results! Sleep is solid, sweet tooth and my food cravings have gone way down! THANK YOU UFORIA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This writer respectfully apparently hasn’t looked at Uforia’s updated comp plan. Commissions and advancement are specifically based on sales volume, whether you enroll none-distributor customers, recruit distributors, or a combination of both. While with many MLM companies, you most definitely have to recruit more distributors versus enrolling customers to make any money. That is definitely a pyramid. While enrolling customers alone would take longer to succeed financially, Uforia’s comp plan allows you to advance to every level and earn significant income. This hardly is a pyramid scheme, where recruiting and distributor retail sales dominates over non-distributor retail sales, according to the FDA. By looking at at each company’s comp plan can tell you a lot whether a MLM is also a pyramid. If you are limited on how much money you can earn with non-distributor customers and are limited in how far to can advance, that is a red flag. One last thing: Most distributors who enroll with an MLM company find they are uncomfortable recruiting, whether it’s relatives, friends, or strangers. But if distributors had the choice of finding customers versus recruiting, they would chose customers. Here is another argument why Uforia is not a pyramid. Thus, I respectfully disagree with writer of this article.
Exactly what I’ve been looking for and the future this company’s vision is gonna be the future to health supplements
I don’t understand how this can be debated. After visiting http://www.PersonalDnaNutrition.com it made since to me, and I have been taking my personalized vitamins from Uforia ever since. I want even begin to tell you all the benefits I have received since, you wouldn’t believe me anyway.
I appreciate consumers compare, but I am a Uforia believer, for me the science makes sense, and my personal experience with the product has bee life changing.
I know how I feel when I stop taking it. I only stopped so I could try a multivitamin from another great company and 1/3 the cost. It’s the price of Uföria that’s wearing on me. I suffer with Fibromyalgia, and am much more active, my labs are better, and have come off some medications, and all others have been lowered. I think I’m lacking potassium or calcium because I still get bad leg cramps. Uföria isn’t a heal all just because our DNA was taken for it. I just can’t afford it, but know it helps with my activities and with walking my dog ? daily! Btw, my hair is longer than I’ve ever had it in my life! I’m 57!
You should feel the effects of good vitamins, and this one is amazing beneficial, I feel at my best when using it, it has helped me maintain my weight, it is not a weight loss product , it has decreased my sugar cravings and my body works better with no thyroid. It has helped my digestion, gotten rid of my stomach cramps and gas, its helped my energy so much because I’m getting the right type of Vitamin B. You can spend so much on supplements at the health food store or Whole Foods … give me a break … I know people who spend way more than that on supplements. It’s not that much .. just a good product cost 50$ and up
I am sorry to say that all the people above are av benefiting scamming people through their MLM , Uforia is the mother of all scams ! they test 18 actionable genes ! there is nothing called actionable genes in science I challenge anybody to prove it ! the owners of Uforia are using the same gimmicky test to push their own agenda they even established another genetic wight loss scam !!!!!! :
the CEO of Uforia Ron Williams was given shares in Uforia in compensation of an old settlement that was promised to him by Lacore the owners of Uforia , Ron Williams blackmailed Lacore in a court case he launched when he was the CEO of forever green against Lacore’s MLM Pruvit . Ron Willams sells his soul to the highest bidder he took forever greens downtime drain used it and abused it and left !!!! Uforia will also have the same fate … there is no honesty at all , its Rotten and the sad part the science is sooooo weak and no more than a tool to scam people there multi level marketing pyramid schemes . The people involved should be ashamed of themselves but agin this is not their first scam
Uforia Science changed my daughters life!! She had a very poor quality of life for her entire life until Uforia. She was battling health issues that doctors said could not be treated or cured. But now they have lessoned and she has an amazing quality of life.