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Joe Bottieri


Balance of Nature = Scam!

Sunday, April 17, 2022 12:11 PM

How is it possible? BoN claims that six capsules contain a full day's serving of fruits and vegetables. They claim that only the water is removed from the fruit and produce. They also claim the serving only contains 2 grams of carbohydrates.

Those claims are impossible to substantiate. A daily serving of fruit is 1 to 3 cups of mixed fruit. One cup of mixed fruit contains about 18 carbohydrates. If only the water is removed the carbs remain and the calories remain and yet BoN claims 16 to 40 carbs mysteriously disappear during the water removal process. That is physically impossible. Likewise with the veggies and the calories!

There is absolutely no possible way six capsules can contain 1 to 3 cups of fruit and 1 to 3 cups of veggies. IMHO the whole lot of Balance of Nature claims are a lie. I believe it's false advertizing  and a scam to rip you off with exorbitant prices for much less than what they claim you are getting for the money.

Don't take my word for it - do the research and math.

Balance of Nature was founded in 1997 by Dr. Douglas Howard, achiropractic physician