Have you heard about the Moyoberry diet? It’s a new weight loss system and at first glance it looks very professional.
Lets talk about this website and the new Moyoberry diet.
1. Their Research: They say that the university of Yaounde, Africa found weight-loss associated with their Moyoberries. I have searched everywhere and I can’t find anything published. If this study was actually conducted, there are no specifics anywhere. We can’t determine anything about it, was bias introduced, was this a double blind study or was something important left out?
Also, Moyoberries come from Cameroon, Africa, I can’t help but wonder if the university in Yaounde, Africa will benefit from a greater sale of fruit? That sounds like bias to me.
They also claim on their website that “The Journal of Lipids and Health and Disease” studied the Moyoberry. If they did I can’t find it. Try yourself, go to http://www.lipidworld.com/ and do a search for the word ‘moyoberry.’ Nothing… how odd.
2. Their website: When you get to their website you will notice that it is covered in media symbols like CNN, People Magazine, ABC News, etc… Notice in small print that it says, “as seen on.” Most likely they bought a few cheap ads on these big media portals to appear credible. Don’t associate the reliability and name recognition of these big companies with Moyoberry, they are not related, it’s just advertising.
3. Ratings: It says they are rated the #1 diet of 2010. That’s great, but who rated them? The rating is according to dietratings.org. Who is dietratings.org? I did a WHOIS internet background search on them and found that dietratings.org was registered on 05-Jan-2010 to a private, non-disclosed registrant. Wow, they are a brand new and private entity. You can see the whois report here:
You can also see that they have no web history at all,
This is a bad sign.
4. Their sales: Go to the moyoberry’s sales page and prepare yourself. $111 for 4 containers of Moyoberry, $37 for one. And I’m pretty sure the containers look bigger online. I can’t find a quantity or weight anywhere, its just a guessing game for them. Plus they say below each item: In Stock. Current Sell-Out Risk: HIGH
Current sell-out risk: high! Give me a break, this is serious marketing magic. They want to put the pressure on you, to get a quick buy. But don’t do it. Take the money and apply it somewhere else.
Should you try Moyoberries? No, this is not a long term solution to weight loss. I highly doubt this system will work, but even if it does help, you don’t want to be stuck on their costly product for the rest of your life. Try something different, make life changes that work.
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