CEO Russ Fletcher started Xyngular in 2009, and the company’s headquarters are based out of American Fork, UT. This is by far one of the most dishonest, and unhealthy diet products I have seen on the market this far.* They are a multi level marketing business and they are full of empty promises on their website.* They guarantee an 8-day transformation by increasing your metabolism, balancing your blood sugar, eliminating free radicals, increasing energy, and building lean muscle. They also claim, Xyngular will pay you to travel the world with their passport program. This seems too good to be true. Their passport program is for business owners that sign onto their multi-level marketing plan. Because there is no support desk, I was unable to ask any more questions regarding this program. They have a 30-day money back guarantee, which really is quite short in the grand scheme of trying to create a healthy lifestyle. This screams, “Quick fix!”* The company does not have that great of a standing with the Better Business Bureau which doesn’t surprise me at all, see it here. You will find more reps backing up the product than real customers as well, which is also no surprise as they get rewarded for their sales.
Xyngulars Starter Products:
- The Ignite Kit: (No Prices on the site due to MLM platform, but the kits can run $250.00+) This kit comes with a bottle of Global Blend juice (antioxidants), 5 different bottles of pills meant to boost metabolism, control your appetite, and cleanse, and a snack replacement powder.
- The Ultimate Transformation Kit: This kit comes with a bottle of Global Blend juice (antioxidants), 5 different bottles of pills meant to boost metabolism, control your appetite, and cleanse, 2 recovery powders, 1 bottle of appetite suppressant pills, and a snack replacement powder.
- Business Builder Kit: This kit is meant to come with brochures, and small samples of fast acting supplements such as packets of energy powder, recovery, and appetite suppressants.
They also have individual weight loss products, wellness kits, and recovery kits that pretty much all contain the same products as the starter kits do. There is no ingredient lists provided up front, which tells me the products are full of cheap unhealthy ingredients. Finally, because they have no support number to call it makes it clear that they are only interested in their MLM platform, and do not care much about customer service.*
Do Dieters Lose Weight With Xyngular?
Not long term, but initially yes. This is not a diet that is meant to change your lifestyle in healthy ways. They put you on 500-800 calorie diet for 8 days. In general, (without their fancy supplements) who wouldn’t lose weight? It is a scam, and it is meant to take your money and leave you with eye appealing bottles of GMO infested waste. There are no testimonials on the site, nor is there any scientific backing to ANY of their products. This is a very shaky foundation to start on when researching if a company is legitimate or not. I am calling them a scam right off the bat for a couple of reasons:
- They give no insight to the ingredients in the products when looking to buy them.
- They do not provide any customer service number to call.
- They make false claims on the front page promising the world to potential business partners.
- Their products are not scientifically backed, and there are no clinical trials provided.
- Their products do not promote a healthy way to lose weight and sustain a healthy lifestyle.
- They only have a 30-day money back guarantee, which is terrible.
- More negative customer reviews than positive ones that are from real customers.
- Extremely expensive starter kits.
Is Xyngular Easy To Follow?
Because a lot of the supplements are appetite suppressants, and energy pills there are going to be a multitude of side effects one could experience. There have been multiple reports on people feeling extremely shaky after consuming this product, due to the high levels of caffeine. Right on the label it says, “This product is not safe for anyone under 17 years of age.”* This product doesn’t seem safe for anyone in general. When you are not given the exact nutritional information of a product you are buying, there seems to be major questions and concerns.
The programs themselves are very hard to follow, because there are so many different supplements you have to take. There is a PDF you can download which will take you through each day, yet the information itself is not broken up well and implodes on your computer. The calorie levels are so low in fact it would be near impossible for some people to live functional lives on 500 calories per daylong term. There is a reason this is only an 8-day program, and nothing worth having comes in 8 days.
With Xyngulars program being so flaky, it does not surprise me that they have a small number of people liking their Facebook Page. To top it all of, there activity with their likers is slim to none. Rarely do they engage with their audience, which tells the audience that they do not really care about them at all. The content they are posting is almost irrelevant to becoming healthier, and just focuses on awesome trips you can take it you jump onto their bandwagon of business practices. All in all, Xyngular is a scam. I would not recommend that anyone waste their time, efforts, and precious money on their products. It is scary to think that people are willing to sacrifice their health, for a company that has truly doesn’t care about the customers. Any diet that is less than 1,000 calories is considered a starvation diet, which does more long term damage to your body. Do yourself a favor and stay away.
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.
- “The Xyngular Diet.” Xyngular. Web.
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