29th September, 2014. 8:47pm
Before you close the browser and scoot away, let me be clear: This is not a paid article, nor will I be asking you to subscribe to anything. I’m not working at USANA either, so you can hold your horses, dear.
The first (and only) time my sister-in-law invited me and my sister to come watch their presentation, I had a feeling that we’re not gonna be there just to support her. But like the good, supportive sisters-in-law that we were, we stayed ’til the end of their presentation, even if we’d rather be somewhere else at that time. The moment they opened their mouths and talk wonders about earning big in just a week, I initially thought, sure, you can do that… NEXT! I mean, come on, no one earns money within a week just by telling a story. It takes hard work. However, I wouldn’t deny that the product they are offering sounds tempting. So me and my sister tried them. We purchased a bottle of the USANA Essentials, throw the current vitamins we use (okay, I was exaggerating. I didn’t throw it away, I finished all of my pills before trying the new meds), and started taking the Essentials. The effects surprised me.
During the first week I was taking it, I don’t notice anything exceptional except for one thing – it made me hungry all the freaking time! Before, I can go on eating only twice a day, but ever since I started taking these meds, I eat not three, but sometimes four freaking times within the day! The second week, Essentials gave me diarrhea… for two separate days (sorry, TMI). It was utterly uncomfortable, but somehow, I knew it was the pills fleshing out the toxins inside my body and I was right. That’s exactly what my sister-in-law said when I told her that the Essentials made me go back to the bathroom every 10 fucking minutes for two days. After that, I noticed I no longer feel bloated every day.
Now, the only thing I really didn’t like about this vitamins is that it’s very pricey. I know the pills do justice for its price, but it’s still very expensive. No wonder only a few people wanted to purchase their products.
Oh, yeah, and if someone from USANA happens to come across this post and thinks about asking me to become a representative, SAVE YOUR BREATH. I WILL NEVER SIGN UP FOR THAT SHIT. Taking your meds is enough, but me joining a Multi-Level Marketing? NO THANK YOU.
I’m not saying you should try it. Nor am I encouraging anyone to come join their MLM company because while they will (and can) persuade you with flavorful words, remember that everything takes hard work. There’s no such thing as easy money. Unless, of course, you’re a princess or the son of a politician or perhaps a family of a celebrity.