It has been interesting to see the NCD Wellness company ramp up. From a company perspective, they are going to provide significant competition for the Waiora company. In fact, I hear that many of the top people, both in Waiora now, and of the past, are defecting to NCD Wellness. That is no surprise to me.
This happens quite frequently in the MLM business. It seems, especially over the past few years, that the same group of 'leaders' go from one company to another, dragging much of their posse with them. Invariably there will be a little mud slinging as one company tries to gain a foot hold, and another company tries to hang on to their distributors. When the dust settles, there will have been some redistribution of people, and both companies will carry on.
I do wonder how many blows Waiora can withstand though. People are already scratching their head over the new Natural Cellular Defense formula. I have had several people tell me it tastes sour. I haven't personally tried the new formula since I can't see wasting money on it.
One of the problems I see with the "NCD Wellness" product is that it is manufactured by the same guy- Jim Flowers- who was helping Rik Deitsch manufacture Waiora's Natural Cellular Defense product. To me, that is concerning. It was always claimed that Waiora's liquid zeolite product had clinical studies, but we only ever saw one of those. Jim was supposed to have assisted in those studies, yet only one of them ever came to light.
Aside from WHO is manufacturing the product, I am concerned about what is in it. Clinoptilolite zeolite at least has been studied somewhat in both animals and humans, and is found in many many supplements. Chabazite, however, has not. I can not even find any studies on Chabazite done on animals. As a nurse, that really concerns me too.
In MLM it's ALL about the money. There certainly is a lot of money to be had in the zeolite arena, but we must always remember… people who are searching for zeolite are often very sick. It is incumbent on all company owners and manufacturers of zeolite products to protect vulnerable groups.
Clioptilolite, at least, has been FDA Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS). Not that the FDA would never allow something not safe, but I digress. Chabazite is an unknown. That concerns me.
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