Question by Jo Jo Yo Yo: Whats all the rage with this new Acai Berry thing?
Have you tried it? Is it all its cracked up to be? They all claim its a superfood, with the highest anti-oxidant level of any food in existence.
yet, Wikipedia states: Comparative analysis reported that açaí had intermediate antioxidant potency among 11 varieties of frozen juice pulps, scoring lower than acerola, mango, strawberry, and grapes.
SO, whats the truth????????????????????
Adam and Player: Thanks: I am aware of all the internet scams basically ofering “free trials” with this product, Adam. But Player has referred me to the real thing, on evitamins.com.
Answer by Adam W
It’s a con. They want your money and they’re willing to lie, cheat, and steal to get it.
Fat people want a way to be thin that doesn’t require any work or effort, and are willing to pay any price to get it. They’re the perfect mark for high-priced, do-nothing products that promise “Instant Results” and “Lose 5000 pounds in two weeks without going on a diet! LOL”
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