Nutricellix Review, is it indeed the newest DNA Scam?

What is NutriCellix? Is it an innovative DNA Weight Loss Breakthrough?

Click on link above for update as of 4 February

Update 9 January ~ 2020 New Year’s Day launch, is the NutriCellix DNA Weight Management System legit?

Update 15 December ~ NutriCellix Products Pricing & Compensation Plan

Brand new YouTube video above uploaded by Bo Short on 3 December 2019

NutriCellix is currently in the invite phase, have you received your invitation yet?

A very good friend of mine approached me via Facebook Messenger Chat to ask me if I was willing to take a look at a new opportunity that is in pre-launch. I am always open to taking a look so I did and at first glance it looked very enticing indeed.

Because I have been in the online make money online from home industry since 2009 I have learned not to jump right in. I also don’t believe in taking forever to make a decision so as soon as I returned home from a Family get together, I started my research.

Continue reading below and you will see my NutriCellix Review and whether I believe that it’s legitimate or a scam or even somewhere in between and not worth joining and/or promoting.

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What is NutriCellix?

I started my research by Googling NutriCellix and found that their website is MyNutriCellix.com and that it is a secure website with the https:// prefix so they did pass my 1st test. I believe that a secure website is very important and a site without the secure SSL Certificate is an automatic red flag.

The next step that I take is to find out if the company is transparent showing who the leaders are and where the business is located. I was able to find out that Robert “Bo” Short is Co-Founder and CEO, (Chief Executive Officer) his wife Roni Short is Co-Founder and President & Coy Barefoot is the CCO. (Chief Communications Officer)

According to CorporationWiki.com there are 3 key people who own NutriCellix Inc. and they are Terry Lacore, Jenifer L. Grace and Robert Short. It also shows that they filed their Domestic for Profit Corporation in the Secretary of State in Texas on the 19th day of August 2019 with a 803397238 state identification number. The business address is listed at the bottom of their website as being in Rockwall, Texas in Suites 101 – 170 at 2931 Ridge Road.

Now, after seeing who is behind the company, I like to look at what they have been involved in during their past. It’s not that I don’t feel that someone can make mistakes then learn and grow from them, I simply want to know.


Let’s take a look at them 1 by 1 below:

YouTube Video above, July 2017 NutriCellix?

  • Robert “Bo” Short – 30 year direct selling industry veteran & 7 figure earner, known as “America’s Premier Thought Leader” Keynote speaker to over 1 million people in 34 different countries, he has appeared on Dateline NBC as an industry expert. Featured in many publications including Home Business Connections magazine, Success from Home magazine, Your Business at Home magazine, Wall Street Journal Best-Selling Book & also quoted in many other articles. That’s the good part about Bo, now for the not so good ……. Do you remember Neora previously known as Nerium? Well, did you know that they got shut-down and sued by the FTC? (Federal Trade Commission) Operating an illegal pyramid scheme and deceptively promoting Nerium EHT supplements claiming that it cures Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s and brain conditions caused by concussions, trauma etc…were the charges Read about it here.
  • Roni Short – Wife to Bo Short, they married almost exactly 3 years ago on November 18th ~ She is a former School Teacher (22 years) and Soccer Coach and currently a successful author of Children’s books. Her most recent book is titled “The Grouchy Goose and the Mallard” and she is currently writing her next book that will be “The Perfect Gift”. Her experience as a Teacher, Coach & Direct Sales Representative will be very valuable to NutriCillix Ambassadors sharing what it takes to have the right mindset and personal and professional values.
  • Coy Barefoot – News Talk Program called “Inside Charlottesville with Coy Barefoot” that is based in Charlottesville, Virginia and tackles many topics including but not limited to politics, science, culture and the arts, history and current affairs. Coy is a veteran journalist, speaker, best-selling author, historian and taught history at the University of Virginia. Just last month Barefoot resigned from his position as the executive director of the Charlottesville Albemarle Historical Society, complete CBS19News.com story.
  • Terry Lacore – President of Lacore Enterprises, specializing in helping startups to success in business operating as a Global Consulting Company. Founder of bhip Global, an MLM that distributes health & wellness products, their social media pages are almost dormant. (They have a YouTube channel with no videos uploaded, an Instagram with no activity for the past 2 years and their Facebook page’s last post was for Thanksgiving last year) Owner of the mobile app company, Vionic also as CEO for more than a few other Multi-Level Marketing Companies, he has helped to create more than a Billion dollars in accumulative sales in his lifetime. He is indeed a legend in the direct selling network marketing industry in over 30 countries with over 900,000 distributors worldwide. Major investor in the Rippln that got shut down in 2014?
  • Jenifer L. Grace – Speaking of Rippln, view the image to see the screenshot of the statement that Jenifer wrote in defense of her client Brian Underwood and the fact that he wasn’t being investigated or sued by the SEC. (Securities and Exchange Commission) (You can also click upon the image to open a new tab & read the entire article at BehindMLM.com) Southern Methodist School of Law & University of Nevada Reno Graduate originally from Indiana now residing in Texas and is very active in the School community. it appears to me that Jenifer may be listed only because she is the Counsel/Attorney for NutriCellix and Bo & Roni Short like she was for Rippln and Brian Underwood.

Click image above to open new tab with full story By John E. Villafranco & Khouryanna DiPrima on January 6, 2020

Overall based upon the past history of the above “Leaders” of NutriCellix, especially the involvement with Neora also known as Nerium and Rippln, I have to say it’s a strike against them. I’m not saying that they’re bad people, just that they have failed in the Health & Wellness industry and MLM repeatedly. I do like the fact that they are based in the United States in Texas but even that is questionable as when I did a Google Map lookup of the address it showed a strip mall type of area. Definitely not the type of place that one would expect to find a reputable health and wellness business.

What products does NutriCellix offer?

We already talked about the fact that NutriCellix is in the Health & Wellness; industry, now we’ll talk about the variety of products that they offer. Before we do, it should be mentioned that they also have a system where the customer sends in a swab sample. The DNA that is examined by a CLIA & HIPPA certified lab taking a look at the specific genes called single nucleotide polymorphisms SNP also known as snips. Because all of us have distinct and different snips, when the formula is created, it is formulated exactly for each individual. (How can this be cost effective, costs are not shown on their website yet) There are many acronyms for chromosomes on the Science page of their website including AGRP, APOA2, CYPI1A2, DRD2 ANKK1, FTO, LEPR, MC4R, MTHFR, NMB, SH2B1, TUB, UCP1 & UCP3.


All products are said to be Non GMO, Gluten Free & Soy Free and customized to be your personalized weight management system based upon your unique DNA.

  • Core – Comes in both the am & pm formulas with nutrients based upon the results of your DNA swab test and your body’s own circadian rhythms. Core is said to be needed to get your body ready for Prime and the other DNA supplements, each formula comes in 90 tablets.
  • Prime – Also comes in both the am & pm formulas but each bottle contains 180 tablets with separate male and female variations. Both include plant-based proteins, fiber, botanicals and phytonutrients, natural probiotics, prebiotics, amino acids, essential fatty acids and enzymes.
  • Prevail – Designed to be used once you reach your target weight and want to maintain, it also comes in the am and pm formulas with 90 tablets per bottle. Long term maintenance of your weight and health is the goal for this product.
  • Fit – Mid-day meal replacement shake coming in the chocolate and vanilla flavors providing nutrients, vitamins & minerals aid to aid in healing intestines and microbiome. Additionally the Fit formula is touted as being able to improve skin elasticity, nail strength, radiant hair, control blood sugar, insulin levels and overall well-being.
  • Surge – Energy sticks for pre-workout and post-workout, includes Adenosine Triphosphate for energy, fat burning and strength. It is also aid to include AC-11 that assists your body in repairing its own DNA and cells, helps in the reduction of inflammation, improves the production of collagen, and boosting the immune system.

 

How to become a NutriCellix Ambassador.

At the main website there isn’t any mention of a monetary compensation plan, what I found is called the customer rewards program. It is mentioned that with the customer rewards program that points are accumulated by referring others and through customer purchases. Available as rewards by using your points are NutriCellix products, branded clothing, cruise vacations, weekend getaways, travel incentives and other rewards. The program is called Shop&Share; and you can become what is called a NutriCellix Ambassador in order to take their weight management system to the market-place of like-minded people. There are no packages required to purchase in order to become an Ambassador with the ability to share and earn with others but there is a $59 one time cost. For the fifty-nine dollars you will receive your own personal sub domain including the invite referral link, tools to manage customers, communication tools & technology to track results.

 

When will NutriCellix officially launch?

As of today, 24 November NutriCellix is in invite only pre-launch mode and the official launch is scheduled for new Year’s day, yes 1-1-2020 January 1st in 2020 just in time for all of the resolutions of so many who will attempt to lose weight. Many MLM Direct Sales companies launch at the beginning of a new year, just like the gyms, they know that it’s the most opportune time to take advantage of people looking for a lose weight quick and/or get-rich-quick thing. There is no mention yet as to when the products will be available or when the rewards will be paid unless that is within the back office area.

  • Final Thoughts

    Although I am not saying that NutriCellix is a scam, I will not be joining at this time. As far as I am aware, this is the very 1st article ever written about the company and it’s products because besides the corporate websites I didn’t find any other information. I searched Google and YouTube and I only found the YouTube video that I shared above, I am sure that there will be many more to come so visit this site, TonyLeeHamilton.com as I intend to keep you updated.

    Update 15 December ~ NutriCellix Products Pricing & Compensation Plan

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122 thoughts on “Nutricellix Review, is it indeed the newest DNA Scam?”

  1. Hi Tony,

    I suspect you want to report a “scam” related to the Nutricellix company …

    As you have already thoroughly researched that company yourself and when watching the videos, a bell started ringing for me …

    So this is a product that would slim down based on the DNA of a human. The DNA is different for every person and in theory that could work.

    But I still have suspicion in this practice in which they offer it and whether it actually exists …

    It does appear to be a “scam”! On the web I found 2 sites: nutricellix and this one you are talking about mynutircellix …

    What does this mean now? For me it’s Chinese …

    With best regards,
    Peter.

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  2. Glad to come across this nutricellix review up here. Really great in all to see. You know, the fact that there are so much opportunities to be here now and learn more about nutricellix and how they have reshaped the weight loss and how they plan to focus on the DNA to channel product for each person user is amazing to see. Thanks

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  3. It sounds very good when someone tells you that your DNA can be used to form a supplement that’ll work for weight loss Because it is based on your DNA, but nutricellix has some nothing relating to that, it’s just another scam out here, but is good that you shared about it.

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  4. Hi,

    From my research NutriCellix is a MLM that is bringing a weight loss product to the market, These products are designed to your DNA, in fact you are required to send over a DNA sample so they can then send you the product specifically for you, that was because it was found out that they were running more of pyramid scheme and less as a MLM.

    Thank you.

    Aluko.

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  5. I heard about Nutrilcellix many times especially on my social media. I mean the concept sounds amazing because it embraces about everything that I believe which is one size doesn’t fit all. However, I don’t think that it is safe to just send someone my DNA just for the sake of weight loss. I mean, we should all know it by now with all the information that has been bombarding to us that processed foods are bad and fresh foods are good and just eat more of the fresh stuff in the long term and exercise. That should get you to the weight that you wanted without having to compramise with your privacy. Also the company owners’ seem to have a rep in the MLM business. Since the company is still really new I am not going to join. Thanks for the review though. 

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  6. Hey there, thanks for this great review on nutricellix to know if it’s indeed the newest DNA scam in the society, I love the fact that you carry out your research thoroughly , nurticellix have failed in the health and wellness industry and MLM repeatedly , nutricellix doesn’t seem like a scam but I won’t be joining At this period of time because this is the first article written about the nutricellix.

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  7. Hello Tony Lee Hamilton, thank you for sharing this resourceful and informative review article which is centered on whether nutricellix is the latest DNA scam or not. I love the fact that you took your time to dig in and analyze facts about this scheme. I also would like to dig and find out more about Nutricellix. 

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  8. I’ve read a review about this and well, can’t say if they are scam or not but the claim of giving out product solely based on DNA test alone makes me lose interest. I’ll rather eat a balanced diet consistently and do some exercise regularly than selling my DNA. Who knows what they’ll do with it?

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  9. Hello Tony, thanks for this really clear article. I have seen a couple of things about this nutricellix company and I have to say I’m glad because I’ve also been carefully looking at it for a while now. This article gave given me clarity about the business and I’m happy ti have found this post

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  10. Your Nutricellix Review was one of the first in the market I think. Well, many months have passed, and the product has seen a lot of ups and downs. I think it has been declared a big scam by many people Tony. The idea of giving me supplements in keeping with my DNA is itself queer. But a lot of folks bought into it. 

    Anyways, I think it was a good review and has been appreciated well, seeing the number of comments u have on this article.

    Good luck ahead.

    Aparna

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  11. I saw an advert if this platform somewhere and I was wondering how a product can claim to use the DNA as a means to help one deal with weight gain issues. All the same, you wrote a review and that’s how I am able to tell what the whole thing is about. Like what you shared as it gives me a more broader perspective about the platform. Thank you!

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  12. First of all, it’s a relief to find out these guys are not a scam. A friend recommended this platform to me and I would hate to see she’s promoting a scam. But I know that having this box checked is not enough. I will give these guys a pass because I know there are better options out there where to invest our time and efforts.

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  13. Your Nutricellix review is very interesting. 

    Your discussion of the topic is very well researched, you sound very knowledgable.

    Personally I’m not into weight loss DNA. I’ve tried many ways to lose weight and I’m a firm believer in exercise or walking.

     I do believe this to be a scam. Anyone who is desperate, wanting to lose weight will find this topic interesting. 

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  14. Thank you so much for reviewing NutriCellix. What I like most about this company are the health and wellness products. Although I have no previous experience of using these products, I have seen from your review article that the company is of good quality and no one will waste their money by using it. Finally, I have read your article and enjoyed it. Please share the topic on my Facebook group if you agree with me.

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  15. Today, as I read this article and write a commentary on the subject of NutriCellix, there has been much more information online since you wrote and published this review and added the updates.
    But I was not convinced because of the complexity of the process, and I have no intention of joining. Weight loss is always an attractive topic, and organizations will always serve at that expense, so such forms will continue to emerge in the future.

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  16. This sounds like a great marketing ploy when you are told a product can be made from your own dna. To help you to achieve weight loss. In theory this should work, in practice it could be very different story. I have read a lot of non favorable reports regarding this company. This is just another scam company that you have brought to our attention. 

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  17. Honestly this is really good because, I heard about this product before but I really do want to get a first hand important information about it and that’s how I got here. This Nutricellix review article that you have showed us here is simply awesome and it’s something that I would love to get myself into seeing the fact that they actually have something to offer which is just constant again these days.

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  18. Yeah, I am definitely not sending them a sample of my DNA, who knows what else they do in those labs with people’s DNA. I will stick with you in terms of deciding not to join them in their dealings. I am impressed however by how much information you wrote even though you said there isn’t much else on the internet, thank you.

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  19. With what you have presented in this article, My Nutricellix sounds a well planned scam. If you consider all what the owners have already past through, in a negative sense.  They will require a lot of time to build trust for the audience and for their own people.  As you said, you have been the first one to make a review about them.  I can tell that you are not excited about starting to trying it.  So, I am questioning how this company will turn this business worthy of trust.

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  20. This is indeed a riveting and enlightening article about NutriCellix that I learnt a whole lot from and would readily recommend to anyone interested in learning more about the platform and how it works. I appreciate you taking the time to explain and go into details about the platform giving a comprehensive review. 

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  21. It is so amazing the many scams that are out there that will tell you what they can do for you making it sounds so good that is why it is good to do research before you invest your time and money to avoid scams. Like I have heard on a few occasions if it sounds to good to be true the nine times out of ten it is not true. Let’s be careful not to get caught up in this scame.

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  22. Amazing review, Tony! Well, even though Nutricellix has an SSL certificate, I still have my doubts about it. To think that it has no cash compensation plan or whatsoever but a referral points instead. That just sounds so suspicious for me. And it is somehow related to nerium which has an issue in the past? Well, I would not bet my luck here so much.

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  23. I’m happy to come across this review on the NutriCellix. I knew the post is going to be about a new scam detection. Thank you for always going extra mile in giving us adequate information about goods and services here on this platform. I think those who have come across them will know better what they are and those who are yet to know them will be careful. This is wonderful

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  24. Wow, this is something interesting i came across today. Sending your DNA to tailor made your weight loss supplement?? that got my attention big time!

    While it sounds like an interesting concept but do they have ethical policy in place before collecting people’s genetic information. I hope people are thinking before getting into this kind of scam. 

    Thank for bringing that to my attention. 

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  25. Hi Tony, thanks for giving a complete review of NutriCellix. My aunt bought on their product and even thinking to become one of their ambassadors, so it’s good for her that I read your review first. Such as shame that this has a big potential to become another scam on the internet. Thank you very much for the information, Tony.

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  26. Once it has an MLM tag, I walk away. Many companies use MLM to multiply funds from their recruits so they can better their products. Is it that the company did not do much advertising before launching that there are no reviews out there of the product? Another red flag for me. 

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  27. Hi Tony, thanks for this review of the NutriCellix company. It’s good to know when something is assumed to be a scam. People are getting into all kinds of things nowadays and having honest opinions out there is a blessing. 

    I personally wouldn’t get involved with products/companies like this mostly because I believe that the weight loss comes naturally with unblocking emotional blockages and healing traumas from the past. 

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  28. Hello there, thanks for sharing this wonderful piece of information here with us. This is really educating to go though, I have heard about Nutrilcellix so many times especially on my social media. Though for me I don’t think that it is safe to send someone my DNA just for the sake of weight loss. I don’t think i will be joining for now. Thanks for sharing

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  29. Hello Tony, thanks for this really clear article.Your Nutricellix Review was one of the first in the market I think.First of all, it’s a relief to find out these guys are not a scam. Your Nutricellix review is very interesting. Although I have no previous experience of using these products, I have seen from your review article that the company is of good quality and no one will waste their money by using it.Thank you very much for the information, Tony.

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  30. Hello There! Thanks a lot for dropping this review. It’s good to know when something is assumed to be a scam. People are getting into all kinds of things nowadays and having honest opinions out there is a blessing. I personally wouldn’t want to get involved with companies like this and I appreciate you for dropping this review. 

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  31. DNA weight loss? how is that possible?  Haven’t yet gotten recommendation to try nutucellix, and perhaps this could be it. You are right Tony, its better not to jump into things right a way because these things could look very enticing yet in-actual sense a scam. Good research that dug there…its transparent and all legit. Thanks

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  32. They didn’t sell me anymore than they sold you.  They have an iffy past, an iffy location, and an iffy product.  I am very conservative with my money, and I will only try something out if I can be really sure that I am getting a profitable product.  It seems to say you will be a sales man of sorts, and I don’t think I’d be interested in that either.

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  33. Hey Tony,

    Thank you so much for investing your time in doing such a  thorough research on this new product. I have enjoyed reading this article but mostly I appreciate the methodology you used to do your research. Indeed you left “no stone unturned” starting with technical analysis of the website, ie, is it a secure website, are they using secure SSL Certificate? etc.

    Weight loss is a serious challenge for most of us and it is crucial that we investigate properly any program that promises positive results. You just gave us a great start in that journey as we do our part to get more info on Nutricellix.

    Regards

    Bogadi

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  34. Hello Tony

    Thank you for being honest on this review. Actually this is the second times to see this platform, Myself as a marketer the only part I like from this platform is, customer reward program and also the product they offer, but the only point I get from your review is to conduct a research before to invest on this platform.

    Thank you so much tony

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  35. I can tell you’ve put an enormous effort to investigating of NutriCellix backgrounds and the entire system. It’s often not easy to find all the information and put the facts together so you can tell whether it is a legit opportunity or a scam. I’m happy I’ve found your review about NutriCellix. It definitely looks like a scam and I wouldn’t go for it. 

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  36. I do agree with you here Tony. The history of the founders does not bode well. Then again many fail before they succeed. However I think the product Nutricellix is suspicious in itself. I have read your other reviews as well and from what I can understand it is not possible to make individually customized based on DNA. That would be very costly and I can not see how this will work in real life. I do not know enough about it to call it a scam, but I am likely to think so based on the information I have read online about the product and your reviews.

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  37. Thank you for your information. It is exciting to see the innovative way dealing with overwright. The significant breakthroughs and historic discoveries have ushered in an exciting new era for health. The fields of healthcare, medicine and nutrition are undergoing a ground-breaking “genomic revolution,” making it possible for the first time to create beneficial, precision-designed products based entirely on our DNA.

    This is something great for people with genetic associate obesity. I will definitely follow this company and soon know if this concept is truly working or not.

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  38. In my opinion, NutriCelix definetly is a scam! I mean, slimming you down with a powder, suplement that base on your DNA? Human DNA is very complex, and the complexion is not just by how it construct but also what the person consume and what they do in the life. Also the DNA can be change every randomly. Have you ever heard a girl born with green eyes grown up with the almond eyes?

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  39. This sounds a little like “something rotten in the state of Denmark” to me. I also don’t like to call things “scams”. They may seem legit, but just be a little fishy. But in cases like this, you’re talking about people’s health. I hardly think it would be in any way cost effective to really make something tailored especially to my DNA for a small price.

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  40. Good day Tony Lee Hamilton,

    Weight loss – so very important! What a coincidence of a call to weight loss that came at the beginning of 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic was biting in! The disease has really taken a heavy toll on our brothers and sisters who are on the excessive weight side.

    We need more information about the new forms of technology, including weight loss technology. So do we need information on the online business models, so that we join something we are clear about. Thanks for the article!

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  41. Nutricellix looks like a legit company for me.

    But I am still quite puzzled by the founders’ history with the authority, it is never a good sign. And the DNA market is a sensible market that the different governments are trying to organize. Because people want to make sure that their information will be kept safe. So, I think they chose the wrong business if their goal was to redeem themselves and stay under the authorities’ radar.

    Thanks

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  42. Thank you Tony,  I love the truth of you going extra mile to check for the credibility of nutricellix as the latest DNA scam or not. I love the fact that you took your time to dig in and to avert the general public into  falling prey into sites that scam people. It seems this is just a recent launch, I think I will sit this one out

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  43. Tony, thank you for raising awareness about products like this. Everything that comes on the market and is not sufficiently tested should be considered in detail. I’ve heard of this product before. As a doctor, I know that there is a possibility that based on differences in DNA, people gain weight at different speeds, but what bothers me about things like this is that someone has an insight into our DNA. For ethical reasons, this is not right. In this way, they can have an insight into genetic diseases and polymorphisms. That is unacceptable. I think this is probably a scam but there is definitely time left to show us if I am right.

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  44. Hello,

    I never received an invitation from NutriCellix. But it seems that it is a genuine business opportunities, provided you enjoy working for MLMs. There are real products, and the compensation plan is rather clear. So for me if I was a fan of MLMs I would definitely work for them. Thank you for presenting this opportunity!

    Cheers,

    Elodie

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  45. Thanks so much for sharing a good review to help me to know more about what is Nutricellix and if this another scam or if this is a good business opportunity, after reading your article, it’s clear for me this company works like an MLM, which is not the business model I like to work on, thanks again for sharing good information to help me to decide this is not for me, I will keep working on my affiliate marketing website at Wealthy Affiliate. 

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  46. The concept of understanding why someone puts on weight seems to be good.   It also seems the the people involved in this program, as you describe, are experienced.  I would not get involved with the program after reading your description plus their are so many variables in weight loss with DNA being just one.  Someone whose genetics predispose them to be overweight or extremely overweight has trouble loosing no matter what the diet or exercise because of the added factors of stress, environment, health, activity, etc.  Thanks for sharing about this company.

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  47. From what I’ve read about it, I don’t like it. I can’t personally go as far as to call it a “scam” but I really don’t like and and I feel uncomfortable with the whole DNA aspect.  don’t like that. I don’t like the MLM situation either, I’ve never been  fan of it. Nonetheless, I appreciate this article on so many levels and I appreciate the information you provided in so much detail, thank you!

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  48. I have come across NutriCellix before and I do not like the use of human growth hormones in products, so I will avoid these products. I am very skeptical that a weight management formulation that is based on your DNA, is going to be effective. 

    The founders of NutriCellix have previously been involved in operating a pyramid scheme, which to me is a clear message to stay away from any other ventures that they are involved in. 

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  49. I’m glad to find out about the NutriCellix review. I knew there’ll be a new fraud detector in this article. Thanks for giving us sufficient details about products and services here on this website. I think those who have met them will know exactly what they are and they will be vigilant those who have not yet known them.

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  50. Thank you Tony for this review, I have come across this product before. The way you outlined the owner of the product makes me understand it could actually be another scam. top of it the product promises more than it can deliver. This is a very poor indication of a product that will not stand the test of time 

    Ayodeji

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  51. Never heard of these before so I think you’re right about there being no real information out there about it and I think that is exactly how they want it.

    These weight loss programs and such are just as bad as those promising you to make thousands overnight, the vast majority are just fluff and scams designed to con you out of your limited funds by taking advantage of what you want. Money, or to lose weight and look better for the opposite or same-sex.

    I do not trust any of these things, ever. I’ve been burned before.

    Regards, 

    Matt.

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  52. Hey there, its really grate to come across this wonderful review of nutricellix. I have made my research and I found out that this company is owned by a persons , and the product(supplement) are great. NutriCellix is a Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) company that is in the supplement niche. Their gimmick is they use DNA testing to give you “personalized” supplements which I feel is good. Earns are base on commission on every sales  and recuiting and building your downline .

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  53. Hey Tony lee Hamilton, thank you for the review, I really enjoy your reviews as it makes me enlightened and aware of all these platforms, though nuricellix sounds like a nice platform but the features sounds too good to be legit, some of their features don’t sit well with me, I’ll advise anyone venturing into it to tread very carefully 

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  54. Finally, a good NutriCellix review! I’ve heard a lot of buzz around it since it’s still new as it came out this year though I have to admit, I do feel doubtful as they aren’t as established as their counterparts but your review certainly gave me a clear peace of mind. Though it does look enticing, those issues do seem like red flags, thanks for the diggings, appreciate it 🙂

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  55. Thank you for this detailed report, Tony, when it is not a scam it could be a new solution for a lot of people with weight problems, when this actually works, I could use this program for my website, but for now, I sit back and look what happened next, Thank you so much for taking the time to do all the resurge, it helps me a lot, respect, Tony, you always run the extra mile.

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  56. DNA weight loss?  This is entirely new to me. I was intrigued by this article. It certainly looks interesting and coming from you Tony, somebody whom I respect in this sector, your research and analysis is well known in this industry. You have highlighted the pros and cons.  But I see you have a balanced approach, so for now, I will follow your advice.  I won´t be looking at this scheme further, “for now”.

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  57. Tony reviews Nutricelix like a true detective before venturing in and joining any program or company because after all, his reputation is on the line once he joins and becomes affiliated with a particular company.  Based on Tony’s review, I think Nutricelix is an opportunistic company looking to make a quick sale with the guillible and desperate people.  (who are not bad people, but are just easily scammed).  With Nutricelix’s reputation the adage “Fool me once shame on you, but fool me twice, shame on me!” is appropriate here.  

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  58. Hello there, thanks for sharing this awesome article I know it would be of great help to the public as it has been of help to me…It is so amazing the many scams that are out there that will tell you what they can do for you making it sounds so good that is why it is good to do research before you invest your time and money to avoid scams. Like I have heard on a few occasions if it sounds to good to be true the nine times out of ten it is not true.

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  59. I was wondering what the NutriCellix was all about. I did a bit of research and stumbled upon your review. 

    What I find very interesting is the way how you conduct the investigation. 
    First of all, you look at the domain prefix – This is something I never paid attention to. 

    Thanks to your article, from now on that would be the 1st thing to take a look. 

    What is a deal-breaker for me is that this company is an MLM.
    I have been involved in one long time ago and that was the last time. 

    No more MLMs for me. 
    Thank you again for a thorough NutriCellix review.

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  60. Hello,

    Thank you so much for this intensive review on this company which appears to be in such a new state. The owners of this business are quite interesting and a mix of good backers and failed health and wellness entrepreneurs but maybe is the formula of a good business relationship. 

    I am rather suspicious about the products which I can see are built on individual DNA but the products are given to all. I am yet to be proven but the products appear to be something unnecessary for our bodies to be healthy. I am slightly biased coming from this industry where I believe in good food and exercise to keep our bodies at optimal levels. 

    I am so pleased that you have shared this information which you have gone into great detail.

    Thank you

    Imelda

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  61. Hello Tony,

    Thanks for this review, always good to know about scams, and what to avoid on the net. It saddens me that most of the scams online are about health products: they live off the pain and despair of some people, and use products that are easy to mask as scams: “oh this takes a lot of time to make good effects on your health”; “oh this works on a lot of people, perhaps you need another one”.

    I am starting in the natural skin care business and I see it happening with essential oils… It’s only marginally legal what they do (not without a lot of controversies involved) but it feels …. wrong.

    Cheers,

    Sofia

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  62. There seems to be a lot of talk about NutriCellix lately and I have read a couple of other articles about it. In my opinion I would never trust such products no matter what. This is our health we are talking about so getting a product that has no guarantees of what it does and how it does it from a company that I wouldn’t exactly say they have the best credentials is a no no for me.

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  63. I always like to pause and do my research before jumping into new business opportunities because I have been burnt a few times in the past. I do like the concept of being able to maximize your weight loss through a program tailored to your DNA but I’m sceptical about the science behind it and the MLM business opportunity in general. I’ll pass on NutriCellix for now.

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  64. Thanks for another great review.  I agree that people do make mistakes and can learn from them.  It is amazing that a product can be tailored base on an individual’s DNA.  However, I am sure this will have a great price tag as it really is unique.  I am very much into health and wellness and the idea of having a product that matches my DNA is enticing.  I do not wish to market the product as I believe it will be a hard sell, at least for me.  Thank you.

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  65. I’m still blown away by the fact that people are willing to provide this company with a sample of their DNA for them to determinate what types of vitamins you need in your body. I don’t want to be harsh with anyone who supports this company, but I just think that this is a methodical scam. They will probably send you whatever they find and on top of that you’re giving away permission to use your DNA however they please. That just doesn’t sit right with me. 

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  66. Thanks for sharing this article with us Tony. I think it is pretty safe to say that while their website is secure that they still seem sketchy due to the fact Bo has been involved with illegal money making activity in the past. Just because he was caught for doing it once doesn’t mean he won’t try to cook up another scheme to do better about getting caught next time. Weight loss is always a major fad, no matter what time period it is. Everyone wants to lost a ton of weight and keep it off. What’s a better way than to offer up some miracle cure for it, am I right?

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  67. In often wonder how this company is able to take the DNA of each of their customers and tailor a unique health maintenance system for them based on their nutritionals. My guess is that they already have a set number of categories with associated nutritional combinations. And the DNA tests are also categorized to link up with one of their existing categories. Otherwise the cost would be prohibitive. 

    Cheers.

    Edwin

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  68. Hello Hamilton!  I’m still having doubt about this company though they have great leadership even though that’s not disclosed on their website which is a must. Also, they have no mandatory autoships or upfront costs for their products. 

    I’ll just wait until I see more reviews on it before signing up with them. 

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  69. Hey Tony,

    I have not heard of this company and what they are offering. First time hearing it. For me it looks like is a scam or if not they are not telling every detail because maybe they have something to hide. If its a trusted business they always provide people with information, every detail information counts. 

    If the information is lacking then is most likely a scam. Thanks for the article. I like how you have a list to check whether things are trustworthy or not.

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  70. Ok. This sounds a little sketchy to me. I have never heard of NutriCellix. However, if it sounds to good to be true, It probably is not true. With all these weight lose programs out here claiming that they have the magic formula. Nutricellix sounds like another false claim.  

    One thing I will say, The company’s founders are pretty smart. They beef up the credibility of the product by claiming that your DNA will help formulate the perfect combination to help your weight loss.  

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  71. Hi Tony, interestingly I did hear about Nutricellix in a Facebook group and I wanted to check it out before proceeding any further. It doesn’t sound like it’s for me, however I do like that there are no packages to be purchased in order to become an Ambassador, unlike most MLMs I hear about. Perhaps that was a lesson learned the hard way by Bo after being Neora was taken down by the FTC for being a pyramid scheme.

    Thanks for the review Tony.

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  72. The persons behind this NutriCellix are comprehensively researched by you, thank you for that.  But personally, I am a little doubtful.  I cannot pinpoint a specific reason for that except the fact that sharing your DNA sample is a bit off for me.  

    Who knows what people are capable to do with those samples they will be collecting.  Given the technology we have right now.  I would still not go for it.

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  73. When I looked at this site, I saw a video, and it had a broken link and said this video is not on Youtube. Then I read through the article, and there was a mention of legal issues. The information was excellent the minute I saw it. I knew I would not be interested in this company. There was no clear purpose of what the company does; it was further down in the article. The beginning was how to get involved. I can certainly appreciate the amount of work that this review took. I think If you shorten a little and more concise, it could be easier and more. helpful

    To Your Success

    Damian

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  74. I’ve never been a believer of products for weight loss. I’ve never heard of one that works 100%, but I have heard of bad things happening to people who consume such products.To be honest, I’ve even been trying to move away from health supplements like probiotics and vitamin C even though they are so-called proven and are widely used. 

    Reasonable diet and exercise could be an alternative solution, though I believe more in meditation and visualization to feel good in body, mind and soul. 

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  75. Hi. Thanks for the post. I like the way you went about investigating the “leaders” behind Nutricellix. I also like your litmus tests, one of them being that the site must be secure. Honestly, anything in the diet industry or lose weight fast industry makes me suspicious. There is no one pill that can make me lose weight. The fastest way to lose weight is to eat less and exercise more. Yes, my DNA has something to do with how I gain weight and what I’m predisposed to, but in the end, losing weight comes down to fewer calories in and more calories out. I would not buy Nutricellix. I think it’s just another “lose weight fast” gimmicky type produce. But your article is well written.

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  76. I think that the founders had a nice vision when they started this company, but I have a hard time believing that weight loss products can be produced based on your unique DNA. That is a lot of work and research to get this done …and it must be an expensive process too. So, how can this investment be recovered with their products? By selling them at high prices?

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  77. You did a great job explaining the product as well as the people behind it. In my opinion,  this sounds like a product that I would avoid.  Hopefully after reading your article other people will come to the same conclusion. For someone who is looking to loose some weight, I appreciate a good review on this type of product. If it looks like a scam and smells like a scam, it is probably a scam. Once again, thank you for this article. I look forward to more like this one from you

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  78. Glad you shared this. It am not excited about the whole scheme. I am wary of having CEO’s with something questionnable going through investigations and possible lawsuits. I am also wondering about this promise of linking the supplements to DNA tests. How would they test my DNA? It also looks like it could do with a few more years of operation for me to be convinced that it is valuable. Thanks for this review.

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  79. Wow, you certainly have done your homework as far as Nutricelix goes. You had me intrigued reading this so I clicked on the link to read the update and it seems they did launch when they said they would more or less, but the costs to join are exorbitant.

    I am not a fan of MLM and network marketing types of businesses, but I also think the product sounds a little too good to be true. 

    Thanks for the interesting read and I will definitely be interested in seeing how long this company lasts or how strong they will grow.

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  80. Just like others that I have come across, One of the easy money acts people think they can get away with by mental manipulation threw the pyramid affect. Frankly I think there should be a Law against It on the internet for taking advantage of human beings. DNA and the Education to read our own DNA I think in my mind is Key to A lot of Medical  Answers/Questions that can be figured out. Just like A tree has its trunk, but from there it has its Roots and Its Branches that can be different like us, so for us and Nutrition  I Believe there will be only small differences between body chemistry.

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  81. Reading about nitrucellix is a very big disheartening thing to do as it is filled with false information. I don’t like being a part of a product that’ll be filled with lies of details that are not facts as it is very dangerous and it might even be a scam so it is very good that you’re able to make this review and shared with us.

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  82. I am with you on this one, not only do I not want to promote this company as an affilliate, I do not also want to purchase any of their products. Just the thought of sending them a sample of my DNA sends shivers down my spine. especially with the things that can de done with a persons DNA these days. Thanks for bringing this into the light. Have a great day friend.

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  83. Hi Tony. Thanks for educating us on Nutricellix review. They have a very interesting way of making money but personalizing the weight loss to ones DNA. What a concept! I suppose if you are desperate, you may want to buy into all of this but for me, I have lost weight just by cutting the carb intake, exercise and not eating late at night. Also eating MORE SMALLER meals per day seems to work well. Another Scam out there, this seems to be.

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  84. Hi Tony. Thanks for educating us on Nutricellix review. They have a very interesting way of making money but personalizing the weight loss to ones DNA. What a concept! I suppose if you are desperate, you may want to buy into all of this but for me, I have lost weight just by cutting the carb intake, exercise and not eating late at night. Also eating MORE SMALLER meals per day seems to work well. Another Scam out there, this seems to be.

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  85. I heard about Nutrilcellix many times especially on my social media. I mean the concept sounds amazing because it embraces about everything that I believe which is one size doesn’t fit all. However, I don’t think that it is safe to just send someone my DNA just for the sake of weight loss.  But all the same, it’s for a great course

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  86. What has been shqrwd with nutricellix here is just immense and i really value them all. It thinkwhat has been shared is just good to see on the overall. I think the fact that we can focus on it all and tey to just get started and Lal is the way to get to the very top here. I value it all here and thanks so much for sharing g here with us all. Thanks and thumbs up

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  87. Thanks for at his wonderful information.  I am constantly looking for new weight management products. It is eye opening to read information on the backgrounds of the founders of nutricllx.  It sounds like the majority of them have a good rep but that pyramid scheme nonsense is def a red flag.  It’s a red flag for joining the program and it is also a red flag for how well the actual nutricllx product works.  I cant sell a product or be an affiliate of a company that produces products I don’t believe in.  Thanks tony! 

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  88. Hi, I have never been a fan of buying weight loss pills or any pills on the internet.  Most of the time they are selling something everybody wants but does not have the backing of the FDA.  And now that I see that it is all MLM, I don’t believe in the pill at all.  Making money online is probably just as easy as losing weight online.  There are platforms that do offer training and support and teach people how to earn at a productive rate and I am a member of a few.  But nothing on selling weight loss.  I would feel horrible if something went wrong with the pill.

    Great article, you described it well.

    Thanks

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  89. Nitrucellix is truly the newest dna scan and it is very bad that people are calling for the lies that nitrucellix is putting out there to take people’s money and offer them nothing in return, this makes it very disheartening. Dna would have been a very good idea of getting solutions but nitrucellix isn’t into it.

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  90. Considering the fact that I have my own weight loss website where I try to inform people about nutrition and dropping body fat, it’s so interesting to read an article like this, because I guess I don’t put too much focus on supplements that are out there, since my approach is very natural.  It’s kind of incredible to see that this is considered a “DNA weight loss breakthrough”.  Those words are so powerful and bold.  In this strange way, it’s reminding me a lot of the company Thrive, because it seems to have a similar layout and it’s an MLM company as well.  I wouldn’t be hesitant to learning more, however I’d really like to understand more details about exactly what the ingredients of the products actually have and how they’ll benefit my body and overall health in the long run.

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  91. I think that it is truly the new DNA scam out there and people need to be very careful with it because they are only out on the streets to try to prey in lekkee mistakes and make something out from it. Nice to see how you are not interested in stuff like this and you can also tell us not to go for it as well.

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  92. The title says it all! If after reading this you still rush into patronizing the brand, you are at your own risk. This is a very comprehensive content and i think all the aspects i would want to lnow about have been duelly highlighted. I would now do a little more reasonable research before giving my final verdict. Thanks tony for this.

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  93. Hello, glad to come across this nutricellix review up here. It sounds very good when someone tells you that your DNA can be used to form a supplement that’ll work for weight loss Because it is based on your

    However, I do not fancy the idea of sending someone my DNA just for the sake of weight loss.

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  94. If NutriCellix is scam or not, I will not ascertain but my worries and concern is that why do they give out only DNA poducts?

    I have lost a reasonable amount of investment online,so before I leap, I will want to get multiple reviews at my disposal and most especially, I will like to see people who have tried it and are satisfied. Albeit, thanks alot for the review 

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  95. I have not delved into using them as an affiliate marketer and recommending them above and beyond a simple blurb at the bottom of my posts.  This is something I will start to look into however and I am bookmarking this site to reference where I can share my link. Thank you for the wonderful information Tony. 

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  96. I am not familiar with Nutricellix. For me losing weight has always been an issue. So I am always hoping for the next best thing in the weight-loss niche.

    I always read up on the product and then I am still usually skeptical. You can’t blame me because it was so many products out there today that claim you can lose weight with and then it doesn’t happen. Sometimes it’s because of the individual and sometimes it’s because of the product.

    At this point I don’t think I would be comfortable joining Nutricellix. There’s just not enough evidence to me that this would be something in successfully helping me lose weight.

    Thank you for sharing your article with me!

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  97. I am not familiar with Nutricellix. For me losing weight has always been an issue. So I am always hoping for the next best thing in the weight-loss niche.

    I always read up on the product and then I am still usually skeptical. You can’t blame me because it was so many products out there today that claim you can lose weight with and then it doesn’t happen. Sometimes it’s because of the individual and sometimes it’s because of the product.

    At this point I don’t think I would be comfortable joining Nutricellix. There’s just not enough evidence to me that this would be something in successfully helping me lose weight.

    Thank you for sharing your article with me!

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  98. Thanks for this review on nutricellix. Reviews like this save people from falling into the hands of scammers. People are now aware of what they are getting into. I will make sure I share this post with my friends cos most of them are into the online business so they are aware. 

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  99. 99 percent of people who join MLMs lose money. No matter what niche the MLM is in, people will lose more money than they will even make. MLMs are meant to hire individuals who, in exchange, will then recruit others, a role that for most individuals is not a walk in the park.so i would not advice anyone to join.

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  100. Hello there, thanks a lot for sharing this beautiful piece of information here with us. I must say i really did enjoyed going through your review as it contains valuable informations one needs to be aware of. Weird for someone to send their DNA over just for some test, i avoid every form of MLM at all cost and this is just another of their scheme

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  101. Hi Tony, this is an extensive and well researched review of NutriCellix and I’m really glad that I came across this before having any form of introduction to the platform as I feel like I can trust more what comes from your article. I also appreciate that your review was concise and comprehensive enough. 

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  102. This is good. There are different platforms online and they all present themselves as the best choice but in order not to fall into any trap, I think the best thing to do is to take time and do proper findings as some of them are not legitimate neither are they genuine but the picture they present portrays genuinty. Thank you for sharing this here

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  103. Hi, I like your review. I didn’t even know this, NutriCellix, existed. It was definitely an interesting and honest read. Based on the information you’ve looked up and provided, it sounds like you know what you’re talking about. Personally, I’m not much into diets, fads or anything of the sort. Just old-fashioned exercise and healthier eating here. I have been browsing for potential energy boosting foods, but if I come across NutriCelliz, chances are I may not buy from them. Unfortunately, one strike on the internet is enough for me become dissuaded. Maybe after some time has passed I might recall them and give them a look, but thank you for the review on them.

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  104.  Thanks Tony….this is really a wonderful and well detailed article…the information and message are clearly passed and I wanna say a big thank you…this article was really really helpful and I must say articles like this should be spread across the world to enlighten more people…I’ll be looking forward to sharing and receiving more articles like this 

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  105. I have done my findings base and thoroughlyad my research NutriCellix is an MLM that is bringing a weight loss product to the market, These products are designed to your DNA you are required to send over a DNA sample so they can then send you the product specifically for you, that was because it was found out that they were running more of a pyramid scheme and less as an MLM.

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  106. Thanks for this great article, nutricellix is just came out and there DNA test is too expensive and providing supplements it just another way of bringing unsure products online, nutricellix just came out so they need to learn how to improve on there products and services, and reduce their cost. 

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  107. Thanks for putting this together.  Are you apart of MLM companies, and if yes, which ones?  I’ve been thinking of getting into a few MLM’s, health-focused ones.  I love the idea of promoting an item you believe in and getting paid to do it.  However, in this day in age, you can never tell the real MLM’s from the scams.  I love how you looked into the company, its structure, and its owners to really dive into who the companies’ faces are!

    Thanks for all the research!

    Shawn

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  108. This is a very good and interesting write up, I didn’t know much about nutricellix but from all you’ve said I’m happy to say I was able to grasp a few points from this and I’ll advice others to do the same as well.The next step that I take is to find out if the company is transparent showing who the leaders are and where the business is located.

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  109. A lot of people are guessing that a big breakthrough is on the horizon to utilize DNA information to customize products for an individual. I do understand and appreciate that the people / company to finally figure this out are going to be poised for huge returns on investment when the technology is proven. However, I don’t personally see enough evidence to support that the nutricellix opportunity is close enough for this to be an investment I’m comfortable with.

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  110. I am a doctor and I know that depending on the genetic predisposition, people gain weight and lose weight differently. Ideally, based on differences in DNA alone, doctor could instruct the patient on how to lose weight, but it has not yet been discovered how this works. On the other hand, knowing someone’s DNA is unethical because there are many secrets that even the person whose DNA it is does not know. I’m not initiating that this company is scam, but it would certainly be good to check in more detail how they work before someone decides to try their products.

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  111. From the research that you conducted about NutriCelix and the videos i have watched , it is a product which is very well marketed and is one of the best weight loss products i have seen. However, its the best I have seen out of a bad bunch, and i do believe this is a scam, as i don’t think it work for everyone. 

    Good level of research in this article, thank you very much. 

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  112. 1. Hello TonyLee Hamilton,
    Thank you for sharing another great piece of article. This article has presented yet another golden opportunity to make money online. I went through all the videos thoroughly and I think this really would be helpful to both newbies and those who get by and not deceive a few people. Thanks, off to share this right away. Although I am not saying that NutriCellix is a scam, I will not be joining because I am content with wealthy affiliate.

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  113. Hi Tony Lee Hamilton I am so surprised at seeing Nutrcellix keeping popping up as a suitable business opportunity. I know Tony keeps pointing out it is scam. It surprises me that for one people believe that a genetic product is available openly for sale to help weight loss and that people sign up for it.

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  114. Thank you for sharing this beautiful piece of information with us I must say I really did enjoy going through your review as it contains valuable information one needs to be aware of. I think Nutricellix is not a scam and What I like most about this company are the health and wellness products. Although I have no previous experience of using these products, I have seen from your review article that the company is of good quality and no one will waste their money by using it.

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  115. Hello there!

    That is actually a well detailed, thorough and highly informative review you provided there. It appears well researched and to be honest it was really helpful. I keep wondering if Nutricellix is actually scam or not but I’ve not been able to gather enough data nor information to help me decide if they could be genuine or not.

    Thanks

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  116. Good article.  I never heard of this company.  would I try this product?  No.  It just started in 01/1/2020 as you stated.  I think there is a lot more companies out there that can help.  Then why did the owners hook up with someone that had bad filing with the FTC What ???? I would have turned and ran away if that was my company.  If I want to join forces the other partner must have a clean slate just like me.  

    I would not buy this product or become an ambassador because I truly do not believe in it.  There is a lot of questions because it just seem like this company is not right.  Good job again Tony.  Alicia

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  117. I have to say the NutriCellix post was very interesting.  The whole idea that your own DNA can help you lose weight is fascinating.  The unfortunate thing with this is it is unproven technology and maybe 20 years from now it will be legitimate.  The other thing is it would need to come from a company that is reputable and not associated with MLM or any kind of marketing online company.

    I thank you for sharing your insight on this cool idea and did find it an good read. Thanks

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  118. Hi there Tony Lee Hamilton! Thank you for sharing this review on nutricellix. Although I have no previous experience of using these products, I have seen from your review article that the company is of good quality and no one will waste their money by using it. I’m really happy to see that it’s not a scam, a good development if you ask me. Thanks Tony 

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  119. I know you said that you wouldn’t call it a scam but I might.  These guys have all been in hot water for hocking fraudulent products and questionable business practices but now they all hook up together to make mad claims about yet another dubious miracle cure.  Thanks for the heads up.  I think I’ll pass!

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  120. For me, I don’t really know much about NutriCellix so I can’t say its a new scam model but from what I know NutriCellix is one of the best companies out there and it would be nice to see them grow and not just have to run them down and spoil their reputation.

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  121. Hello there It sounds very good when someone tells you that your DNA can be used to form a supplement that it will work for weight loss Because it is based on your DNA, but nutricellix has some nothing relating to that, it’s just another scam out here, but is good that you shared about it. I really enjoy this article it was a nice read, I will tell this to my friends and family.

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  122. Multi-level marketing schemes have always sounded convoluted, even at the best of times, and this one is no different. Like you said Tony, I won’t be joining them anytime soon as well. The reputation of the ‘Leaders’ seems sus at best and I just wouldn’t feel secure getting involved with Nutricellix.

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