Is NutriCellix a Healthy Weight Loss Diet Plan or DNA Hoax?

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Have you been approached yet, either through social media or in person by someone pitching NutriCellix as being a groundbreaking new healthy weight loss diet plan based upon your specific DNA? Is it really possible to create products based on each person's exact deoxyribonucleic acid test and in an economically feasible way or is it all just a hoax and placebo effect? Are DNA tests too invasive and not worth the $100 that NutriCellix charges for the privilege of being able to purchase the products that are supposed to be tailored to you to be worth it? Continue reading this article to learn my feelings on the above questions and whether I recommend the opportunity and/or products.

Does matching DNA to a diet work?

No, is the answer if it's not indeed tailored to your specific needs and DNA.

Below I will share some articles about recent studies that have been done:

Yes, I do feel that a diet plan that is actually based upon our specific DNA could have great results.  That being said, I have a hard time believing that NutriCellix will be the company to be able to produce products that are based on individual testing.  $100 for the DNA test is in my opinion just a part of the upsell that will be going into the program leaders' pockets and have no effect whatsoever on the products produced and sold as unique.

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Final Thoughts

I'm not sure about you, but as for me, I am not convinced!

Not only am I very leary about someone performing a DNA test that will cost me $100, I am also not sold on the claim that by taking the test that NutriCellix will be able to tailor products based on the results. I am of the belief that it's a DNA hoax and that the products are all exactly the same no matter what the results show. For a healthy weight loss diet plan, I feel that we simply need to burn more calories than we take in. Eat healthier and be more active while living life, those are in my opinion the keys to being in better shape in 2020 and beyond. As for the so called opportunity, I am almost certain that it'll never take off and if it does, it won't last long. I'm not trying to be a negative person, I simply know that with the recent shut down of Advocare as well as the upcoming fall of Neora / Nerium that the FTC is cracking down on these types of Network Marketing MLM Direct Sales Companies. The Federal Trade Commission has already been investigating Neora / Nerium for the past 2 months, so it won't be long.

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210 thoughts on “Is NutriCellix a Healthy Weight Loss Diet Plan or DNA Hoax?”

  1. I have heard of so many healthy weight loss diet plan and products offer my so many companies, that is multi level marketing companies. Some are quite genuine, while others are not. Talking about Nutricellix, if it is a healthy weight loss diet plan, I would like to say that i can not really say if it is or not. But i will definitely read and watch more reviews about it to get to know more.

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  2. Nutricellix is a DNA hoax for me, I never advise anyone to try their products!

    I am no scientist but with the basic knowledge that I have in science, I know that our DNAs are different from one person to another. So, what will work for you according to your DNA will not work for me. Now Nutrilcellix is claiming to have products that work because they are based on DNA. But there are same products for everybody, that is quite a challenge for my mind to accept!

    Thanks

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  3. Yes, I do feel that a diet plan that is actually based upon our specific DNA could have great results. That being said, I have a hard time believing that NutriCellix will be the company to be able to produce products that are based on individual testing. $100 for the DNA test is in my opinion just a part of the upsell that will be going into the program leaders’ pockets and have no effect whatsoever on the products produced and sold as unique.
    Also, I’ve read through all of the materials online and in person as well as listened to conference calls and despite trying to find any information about how the specific formulas are developed based upon your actual DNA test I have yet to find any such information and based upon the honesty and response that I myself experienced by those I have contact with directly as well as researching this company I’m honestly led to believe that there is no individual DNA testing being done but rather their consultants are trained to just sell programs based on

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  4. I 100 percent align with your submissions. No product can align with everybody’s DNA. It will be absolutely incorrect to belive and work on such assumption. Rather healthy living which incorporates eating good food and living right is the secret to weight loss. I have been there and I can testify. We all need to learn to eat well and not eat junks 

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  5. Hello Tony Lee, it is talk about Nutricellix again, very soon I will start dreaming about Nutricellix because it is already registered in my head already, having known it’s intended job in the life of an individual is great  but I will never recommend it to any of my friends or families but rather I would give them something else to help them reduce in weight or weight management.

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  6. I think that producing a special product for each individual based on his long DNA would be a great thing, but I’m not sure that NutriCellik wants to accept consumption in that way or is it really their idea, which would make sense, because each individual is for himself, not we all like the same food, we don’t like the same way of training and things like that. Everyone has to take care of themselves. I need to know my tole and my organisms, lead a healthy life by exercising constantly, eating healthy food and being positive.

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  7. Having to pay $100 to customize a weight-loss product using my DNA is kind of BS. In fact, I feel I will be selling my DNA. Now to reduce weight, you will have to give away your DNA? I don’t trust them with it and not interested in whatever thing they are doing. I’ll just do my normal exercise and observe some basic natural rule to burn fat.

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  8. As you said I am not entirely certain how you could produce unique products for each client by getting their DNA. I really do not believe in this type of stuff and would prefer do some work out and eat healthy. Even if it is the right thing they said, I don’t actually think that it’s going to be possible. I got to do some little research before investing my funds.

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  9. Hello there Tony, I really enjoyed reading your article ‘Is NutriCellix A Healthy Weight Loss Diet Plan or DNA Hoax’. I’ve heard a few things about NutriCellix and also read a little about all there is to know about the product but from what little knowledge I have gained about the product I can tell it is not worth the risks or side effects. 

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  10. Hello Tony! Thank you very much for sharing this article with us. It’s a very wonderful review and seeing that its coming from you, I’m not surprised. When I first heard of this business, I didn’t know what to make out of it because the only ways that I knew that one could deal with weight issues was either with dieting but going on with this article now, I know more. thank you

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  11. Nowadays everyone is health conscious so they adopt different diet plans to control their weight. One such diet plan is NutriCellix Healthy Weight Loss Diet Plan. Anyone watching the product videos on this platform will be relieved how much it plays a role in controlling their weight. So I’d like to share on my social media group to let people who are worried about weight know about this platform if you allow me.

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  12. Hi Tony thanks for such a wonderful review. Well I’ve never been approached either through social media or YouTube videos. As a matter of fact this is actually my first time hearing of this kind of product. I don’t know if this products works or not but I feel there are several other ways to lose weight without having to take there kinds of products.

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  13. Hello tony , thank you for sharing a review on whether NutriCellix is a Healthy Weight Loss Diet Plan or DNA Hoax.I dont know much about nutricellix but from reading this article,i now know more than enough.I am as skeptical as you are about their product. i would love to make some findings before knowing whether to try their product out or label is a scam.

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  14. Thank you for sharing this reasonable information here for us all to benefit from. I really wish that people who have initially heard about them Will adjust because i am just getting to know about them on this platform and I know they should be avoided since they’ve got  nothing tangible to offer. This information is wonderful

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  15. I have been very careful about what I eat and it’s even been saving me from many sicknesses like other people. I’ll rather eat a good balanced diet on a daily basis than selling out my DNA , although the concept relating to the DNA really sounds tempting, I will also do more research about this because I’m just as skeptical as you are , thank you. 

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  16. Depending on us and what we are shaping it to be, nutricellix can be the difference. Though they have been reported to have a lot of shady dealings by the products not been effective based on DNA as promised. However, it might be worthy to give a trial too and see if it would work so well, going forward. Thank you

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  17. When I first heard of this business, I didn’t know what to make out of it because the only ways that I knew that one could deal with weight issues was either with dieting, exercising and adding supplements too but this nutricelix is bringing up something that talks about dna which I have never heard of before.

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  18. Hello Tony , as an individual I’m not really convinced about this article, I’ll rather eat a good balanced diet on a daily basis than selling out my DNA , although the concept relating to the DNA really sounds tempting, I will also do more research about this because I’m just as skeptical as you are , thank you for sharing this amazing article, it highly informative. 

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  19. Weight loss is one of the most sorted after things online and this is why most companies are just going into it without having any useful product to offer but it is nice tat we can always read reviews like this one to help, nutricellix is not a good product and I don’t think they have been into what they claim.

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  20. NutriCellix can be a great  experience for some and a very bad experience for others , I am certain that changing their lifestyle, stopping eating junk food, stopping smoking, walking more, doing more exercises , would be far more beneficial to any individual . I’m not to keen on the idea of sending off a sample of my DNA, you never know what it is going to be used for, for sure. 

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  21. Hmm this is very interesting indeed! I’ll rather eat a balanced diet consistently and do some exercise regularly than selling my DNA I can’t say if they are scam or not but this claim alone makes me lose interest. . Who knows what they’ll do with it? As you said I am not entirely sure how you could produce unique products for each client by obtaining their DNA. I really do not believe in this type of stuff and would rather work out and eat healthily. May the force be with you Mr hamilton

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  22. I have taken the time to investigate multiple publications and testimonials about this NutriCell opportunity and I have also  looked at the information about the company, its products, and the compensation plan that the company has here to offer and from my observation, Its won’t be a bad Idea to partner with them. Thanks for the review.

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  23. NutriCellix can be a positive experience for some and a negative experience for some, but I am sure that changing their lifestyle, discarding fast food, cigarettes, more walking, training, going out in nature can help a lot. The concept related to DNA really sounds tempting, but there are also these natural free methods that should be everyone’s first choice. Thanx for the lot of information you gave to us.

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  24. There are so many diets these days, and what is so confusing is the fact that some diets work for some people, whereas they don’t for others. These does make you think that the best diet for you personally is one that is designed for your particular genetic makeup. This is what makes this product appealing, because it is made specifically for you. However, like yourself Tony I am quite sceptical that it would work as well as you would like it to. I have no idea how it is meant to work because I have no knowledge about matching DNA to a particular diet, I just think it sounds too good to be true.

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  25. Hi Tony,

    In your article Is NutriCellix a Healthy Weight Loss Diet Plan or DNA Hoax?

    I get to have more idea on DNA test which I never had such knowledge about it before now, I will also do more research on the subject of your article, get to know more about NutriCellix. 

    Thank you.

    Aluko.

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  26. I agree with you, that less calories and more exercise is far better then spending money on a program that was probably dreamed up by some jackass looking to get rich for little to no work. Nor do I believe that they can tailor a diet based on my DNA. Good luck on getting me to fork over my hard earned cash for that bullcrap. 

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  27. Hi Tony! I agree with most of what you concluded about NutriCellix Products. That said, I think there may be a grain of truth in the technology somewhere. For example, I literally took a DNA test kit last week and sent it to GeneSight (I think?) after my doctor ordered it. They will test my DNA and generate a list of medications that will work for me and a list of those that will not work at all for me, all based on my genes! Pretty crazy though.

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  28. Nutricellix is a good idea. I have actually gone website to website to research about it and I see that it is worth the shot. I personally do not trust a company with my DNA so I would not be looking to be able to try it out myself. The fact that science and tech came together to make this is extraordinary. Thank you for keeping people informed.

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  29. I usually steer away from company’s that sell overpriced products, and especially if you can’t find any scientific proof that the products actually work long term, or even when you don’t see many positive reviews online.

    The weight loss industry is so large now, but I believe keeping healthy boils down to one thing – eat natural and unprocessed food as much as you can and avoid the junk and you shouldn’t have a problem. I would always think twice before putting more toxins into my body, or even products that cost a fortune, because most of the time once you finish using them your weight just climbs back to where it was. The only way is to make healthy changes in your lifestyle.

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  30. It sounds a good idea to use lose weight product based on the individual genetic backgroud or DNA sequence data, since there are some evidences that genes are associated with obesity. But I agree with your point that NutriCellix has no capacity to tailor weight lose product based on the DNA data.

    We know that everyone of us has the unique genes. How could they create millions products based on the different gene results. As you described in the article: “I am of the belief that it’s a DNA hoax and that the products are all exactly the same no matter what the results show”. I also think that this is the case, they provide you with the same product no matter what kind of gene outcome.

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  31. Hello there, thanks for sharing this beautiful content here with us. I must confess, i really did enjoyed going through your review as it is well laid out. You have said it all, i don’t think all of these DNA test are needed just to come up with something that can make one lose weight. The whole idea behind losing weight is by burning of calories

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  32. It will be fascinating to know how the examination turns out. I think DNA testing or other testing is useful for medical problems, however weight reduction? There are an excessive number of factors. It’s not all hereditary, our weight. It’s about way of life and diet choices, and activity levels, as you expressed. Interesting article.

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  33. This is my first time hearing a company provides Weight loss and diet plan matching with DNA to fulfill your plan. I should be careful on them after reading your post. Because DNA is a part of your unique access. I was not convinced because to match with DNA and your diet plan.The point is, once you give your DNA to them, you will have no ideas how they use, and what they will use for. Diet plans are pretty simple and plenty of ways to do it.

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  34. When it comes to health and diet products we should be extremely careful of what we read online. There are thousand of products out there that promise a lot but all they do is play with our health. I had heard of this particular one before but I am also not convinced of what they offer and I would stay away from all their bold claims. As you said, when it comes to diet things are pretty simple. You need to burn more calories than you take. Unfortunately people will always look for an easy way that these products promise.

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  35. I most certainly think it’s a HOAX! I don’t really think its possible to create products based on each person’s exact DNA and more-or-so in an economically feasible way. People are different, this is why there are side-effects to every drug and product as per person-because people are different. As you mentioned in your article, there is no shortcut to being healthy but through good regular exercises, good diet with proper hydration and being positive through life’s challenges. 

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  36. This is my first time hearing of this. Very interesting article with a wealth of information. Losing weight or even maintaining it is one of the many difficult challenges we face. Sometimes we have so many options we just dont know where to begin. But everything is worth a try. Great page.

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  37. Nutricellix is a good one. I have actually gone elsewhere to make some research about it and I have see that it is worth the shot. I’m looking to be able to try it out myself so I will order for this weight loss beauty. The fact that science and tech came together to make this is a good one.

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  38. Nutricellix has been through a lots of review online and this is very good as it helps us know what and what to be careful of before buying a particular product. I think the company is actually doing a good job by studying DNA to device supplements, it’ll be nice of it really works

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  39. Somehow the use of ones DNA to create a diet plan specifically for you sounds fishy to me. On several levels. 

    1) Everyone’s DNA is unique. If they create unique diet plans the cost to the company would be prohibitive. 

    2) Or if they charged the customer, the cost to them would also be prohibitive. 

    3) You mentioned upsells. I smell a rat there. 

    I feel that this is a sophisticated way to part people with their money using the promise of breakthrough techniques to deliver exceptional results. 

    Sadly I don’t buy that for a minute. 

    Edwin

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  40. This is so ridiculous. What has health product got to do with my DNA? And for the fact that I’ll also have to pay $100 to give my DNA away?? I can’t say if they are scam or not but this claim 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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  41. Awesome outline of this product.

    I am a little biased with dietary supplements as a whole. I have used a variety of supplements in the passed but I got sucked into the hype. But after reading this article. you may have changed my mind…. The superior detail you outline in the article made a definitive impact on my opinion. thank you for sharing this information

    Jordan

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  42. As you said I am not entirely sure how you could produce unique products for each client by obtaining their DNA. I really do not believe in this type of stuff and would rather work out and eat healthily. Even if what they say is true, I do not think that scaling is possible. Have to do a ton of research before investing money thanks for the help.

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  43. I have without a doubt been drawn closer through social media to undertake out NutriCellix. That’s the reason why I came to your location, to check out your review. I have been captivated to discover out more, since they are claiming to tailor items based on the DNA. After data you given, I share your supposition of not being persuaded. I do think it’s conceivable that fitting slim down based on our DNA is useful, just not in a way NutriCellix is attempting to offer it… But I will be on the post for advance reports and reviews.

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  44. A good review about nutricellix and all. It is very I retesting to actually know that this product focuses on making weight loss for DNA related people.that means, it is directly involved with how you evolve and your specific needs that can be channeled to make this well worthy. Thanks

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  45. Thank goodness, nobody ever approached me to sell me Nutricelix. I mean, a diet based on my DNA seriously? This is a scam. My sister and I share the same DNA and I didn’t lose weight on the diet she followed and which suited her to the T. So, honestly, this diet is ridiculous. And no, I’m not ready to pay $100 to give my DNA away. I don’t know what they’ll do with it afterwards.

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  46. woa! I never heard this before! Bueno, in my opinon, being honest I never believe in this kind of such things. maybe because I never try any supplement for losing or gaining weight but I always think and belive that my weight is depend on my activities and eating habit. So, if just by taking any supplement I will lose it, I don’t think so but if it’s happend then it can be palacebo as well. Thank you so much for sharing with us! 

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  47. Good day Tony, I really appreciate you sharing your article ‘Is NutriCellix A Healthy Weight Loss Diet Plan or DNA Hoax’. It’s always a blessing coming across your articles as I know I can expect a detailed, honest in-depth review about the platform, product or site being discussed. Fortunately this is my first time hearing of NutriCellix and I have reservations about it already. 

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  48. Hello Tony, thanks for this is really nice and I find it really beneficial. I’m happy that DietFits had the option to decide the way that DNA doesn’t appear to be the deciding component wherein diet plan will be the most proficient for a person. Is is really a great information 

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  49. Hi there,

    I know some people who are willing to pay anything that you ask them if you will say that your diet plan will help them to lose weight. I keep telling them, that before they will make a purchase to do a google search and to read some reviews about the product. Sometimes I am just testing my tie talking to them.

    Before to read your article, I did not know anything about Nutricells. I may pass it to my friends, maybe if somebody else will tell them to check before to buy then they will listen. 

    Thanks

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  50. A lot of people are willing to pay anything you ask them to pay because they want to remain that best and summer body person, it’s good to be able to use DNA to get supplements that can help you lose weight in  a very healthy way, this I believe is a good development and it’ll be really nice

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  51. Thank you so much for sharing all these here. Honestly, it has been a blessing reading about this here. You know having to read and understand the rudiments of this nutricellix is really good before plunging into it and getting started with it. Thumbs up to you for sharing it here. I really value all you have shared here. Thumbs up

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  52. It really sound like hoax to me.It will be a lot of work subject to a lot of  mistakes if the products were to be tailor made for everyone. I fully agree with you, We should not complicate weight loss or seek short cut. Observing the amount of  calories we take in and making burning more than we take in on a consistent basis is an old time secret.

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  53. I have found out about NutriCellix previously, yet I was exceptionally incredulous about the possibility of somebody requiring my DNA profile to assist me with picking the correct eating routine. I’m happy that DietFits had the option to decide the way that DNA doesn’t appear to be the deciding component wherein diet plan will be the most proficient for a person. Essentially, in the event that one eating regimen doesn’t appear to be working, at that point an individual ought to deliberately attempt an alternate one, alongside proper exercise. Much obliged to you for posting this. I trust others will presently know not to squander their cash on NutriCellix.

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  54. Glad to have read your article before someone sells me a NutriCellix! I might have fallen the trap if I encounter someone who’d pitch it to me. But of course, I would have second thoughts because of its price, and how such a breakthrough product can be mass-produced. This “breakthrough antidote for serious brain diseases” should have been popular worldwide and will continue its business if it’s legitimate after all. Pyramid scheme alert! I’m glad FTC filed the lawsuit against them. Thank you for the info. Cheers, A

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  55. Hello there!

    Thats really a great review. I have actually come accross an advert of the product by someone and was making exact points about the product saying its a groundbreaking new healthy weight loss diet plan based upon people’s specific DNA. This kept me wondering if there can actually be a product manufactured in this way, the review there has just cleared me out of the dilema.

    Thanks for sharing that review.

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  56. I believe that the competence that is displayed over time brings about confidence in a product and that is the case for nutricellix. the constant work done to improve the effectiveness makes them stand out. this i can confirm. thank you for this review. it is really explicit and clear

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  57. I have not heard of NutriCellis before until I read your article.  

    The Surge is a powder drink and they added a mixture of different kinds of natural nutrients combined all together that will provide the body protection from all kinds of inflammation. The question if how much milligram is added per nutrient.  A specific nutrient has to have the right milligram in order to be effective. The EGCG in green tea can aid in weight loss but not much.

    The FIT powder drink has collagen according to the pharmacist but did not specify what type of collagen and the kind of amino acids it contains. Yes, collagen can help with weight loss at the same time can improve skin appearance and also bone density.  All of what is in the powder has nothing to do with the DNA test.   Weight gains sometimes are caused by hormonal imbalance or a thyroid problem in an individual, if I remember right.  Yes, I agree that the DNA test is a hoax just to charge $100 for it.    

    Thank you for sharing information on a scam like this.

    Evelyn

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  58. Hello Tony

    All I can see here is a good and interesting review of the product, NutriCellix. I might further mention that it was for the first time to hear about it but I want to thank you that I am convinced that it is a product that can help anyone especially when it matches with that particular individuals’ DNA.

    I can see that, it is no longer about buying a product just because it was the cheapest/expensive on the shelves. One need to understand the ingredients in terms of the body benefits. Above that, such products add value to the individuals body when supported with minimum but regular body exercise. You ceases not amaze us with your good work, full of research and meaningful videos – please keep it up and show that indeed you’re the Veteran of the industry.

    Thank you

    Lucky

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  59. This preys on people’s belief that weight gain is genetic! 

    While this absolutely can be the case, this does not mean it’s simple and a gene sequencing to work out which genes are to blame would cost billions. We still do not understand the genetic factor s in fat retention so to try and match diet based on DNA results is a complete scam. 

    Preying in people’s desire for easy weight loss. 

    Weight loss requires hard work and effort!

    The more your genes are against you the more true that statement is, People more susceptible to quick fixes like this (as they have probably tried other diets before) are exactly the ones who it will be most useless for!

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  60. This is a very detailed and comprehensive analytical review of NutriCellix and as someone who is very much interested in diets I’m really glad I came across and read this article. Reading about NutriCellix though really made it hard to believe some of the claims about the product. I totally agree with you about the difficulty in believing these claims

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  61. The more I read your reviews and articles about Nutricellix, the more I am happy because I didn’t meet this product at the beginning of my career as an affiliate marketer – when I tried to sell basically everything without having a niche or a real topic to cover (bad times). Even if I am not in the field of health or beauty, I am always very curious about the products that populate the industry, and it is always very interesting to read your articles!

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  62. It sounds kind of far fetched to base a diet on a DNA basis.  And $100 is a bit steep just to get a DNA test that probably does nothing for you.  The other is issue is two lawsuits between the FTC and Neora.  What is being tried is whether or not they are operating an illegal pyramid scheme.  This has taken place in January of this year, so the question is, what was decided.

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  63. I think it is fesable to use DNA. 

    DNA is so complex, that you have to have a special team of  scientists  working on figuring out how to do that. The writer of this blog seams to have done his research and maybe it in reference to this company, or the many hoax that have been going on so this a” buyers beware”, do your own research.

    Ask for me am a old soul, I will continue to do the old fashion way for now.

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  64. Hi Tony,

    I have been through more than one articles in the web about the product of this company.

    My question what is the sequence of DNA that makes you fat? Which diet is capable of decoding the sequence? 
    when the obese nation is rat racing for losing weight. People don’t look at how anything works but at times go for it. Honestly I believe Nutricellix weight loss plan is hoax until someone proves me wrong.

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  65. The more I read your reviews and articles about Nutricellix, the more I am happy because I didn’t meet this product at the beginning of my career as an affiliate marketer – when I tried to sell basically everything without having a niche or a real topic to cover (bad times). Even if I am not in the field of health or beauty, I am always very curious about the products that populate the industry, and it is always very interesting to read your articles!

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  66. You know, I don’t think most people even need this. It’s as you summarized
    at the end. Just keep it simple. For most people this won’t be necessary, and it feels
    like people want a shortcut instead of working on their unhealthy lifestyles. Let’s say that it works, then
    I’m sure that it will only solve but 1 problem which comes at the result of an unhealthy lifestyle while many other problems remain.
    I simply don’t believe these products are that comprehensive that they can solve everything wrong with a person due to his eating.

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  67. I think the DNA tests makes it seem to people like they are only doing tests,  but to me it’s very interesting that people can now study humans DNA and then decode a very strong supplement for weight loss, this is very helpful and it’ll be nice is it works perfectly as it has been promised.

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  68. No one as per now come and approached me about Nutricellix kind of thing. Never the less I hope this article will make me wiser.The rush for people wanting to lose weight quick can sometimes get them in trouble.It’s good to buy from trusted sources.Creating products based on each person’s exact deoxyribonucleic acid test and in an economically feasible way? hmm… more questions there.

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  69. Hello Tony, when it comes to the DNA one have to be careful so as not to make mistakes I don’t think that it is a DNA hoax especially because of the fact that we all can see by ourselves that the world of health and science is taking a whole new turn so if one can actually deal with the issue of added weight and all that with this product that claims to use the whole DNA thing then we should uphold it and see how it really works for 

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  70. This sounds like a strange, yet interesting prospect. To swab our DNA to get slotted into a proper method of losing weight? That is strange as even the big companies that do this to locate our ancestors get it wrong when they don’t have enough DNA tests to be more specific. I took two separate tests of DNA. One with my husband’s name that is French and another with my name that is English/Scottish. The two tests came back very different. In one of them, I was 100 % French while in the other I had a multiple and very varied background. Same DNA, two different last names. So, I have more than a few doubts about the taking of this particular DNA. I hope they have upgraded their facts and findings. If they have, it might be worth the try, but remember, it will take you a while to test it out, buying their products during that time. Not entirely in their corner on this one.

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  71. Like always, it all depends on what you need it for and how much willingness is imbibed into developing into making it all a reality. I love everything shared here and I must say that I value it all out here. I like every bit of what you have shared here. I would definitely like ti get into it too and see for myself

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  72. I don’t think that it is a DNA hoax especially because of the fact that we all can see by ourselves that the world of health and science is taking a whole new turn so if one can actually deal with the issue of added weight and all that with this product that claims to use the whole DNA thing then we should uphold it and see how it really works for us.

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  73. I have come across the Nitricellix brand before and I have been very skeptical about their products and the claims that they make about them. There is no ways that I would send my DNA to a company like this. I think there is just too much risk involved and they could use the DNA for procedures that they do not tell you about. 

    The best way to loose weight is to eat healthily and not too much and get enough exercise.

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  74. What an interesting concept this company has. Personally, I would never take the risk of sending my DNA to a company that may not even use it to fit my product needs and that maybe are associated to a third-party corporation from which your DNA can easily be sold. That’s just too invasive In my opinion. 

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  75. I can’t help but laugh a bit as I read this. This is undoubtedly an extreme measure taken to market a product and play on people’s gullibility. I can’t imagine how DNA can be linked to weight loss but well what do I know? I believe it’s all about doing the basic things at the end of the day DNA or not i.e eat right and also exercise both your mind and body. Quick fixes rarely ever work. Thank you for the share. 

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  76. Personally I do not believe in diets. Dieting is almost always set up to fail. Look at how many people go on diets year after year. Why because they realistically do not work. Eat healthy,fuel your body and also your mind with healthy choices. Forego the fast food and grab a piece of fruit instead. Nature has given us all we need we just need to use it. As far as Nutricellix they are making a name for themselves by selling a gimmick. Just another snake oil pitch in a nest of snakes that pry on peoples vulnerability. Using DNA testing ( if they actually do) is just using the latest gimmick.In my opinion they will not last long and will probably end up in the courts for fraud.

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  77. Hello.

    I am on the same opinion as you. My physical and mental health is really good and I feel and do everything with no problems at all. All I do is exercise and for eating is not even a diet I just eat meat, fruits, vegetables and some times something else. Your words are 100% accurate here they are trying not only to sell you something that if it worked no one would ever exercise or eat properly and will be with the perfect figure. I hate people selling drugs and those are not only doing this but they sell also a test too so they can use you twice.

    Have a good day and I wish you well.

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  78. Thank you for raising the red flag on this product. $100 is not a small amount of money to spend especially today that many people are experiencing hard time. I wouldn’t shell out my hard earned money in exchange for a DNA test to customize my weight loss program. I know there is a free and better way of getting rid of excess weight. Thanks for sharing this eye opener Tony.

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  79. Well! There are two sides to this. For people who have limited time on their hands and can not really focus on keeping the health a priority can consider nutricellix but for people who can really spare time to take care of their body should really be willing to do it and stay clear off this nutricellix. Because like all other things. Just like the good, it has its bass too

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  80. There are always some really babe business that makes the good one look bad which includes vital products and we all are to be careful making our picks in these things. The weight of less aspects is not easy and it’s best we take good product so we wouldn’t be wasting our money on some bad stuffs. The Nutrcellix products are great and I have had an experience with them.

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  81. I agree with you, I wouldn’t pay $100 for a DNA test just for the sake of getting the “right” products for me. As you said, eat less, burn more and you need no NutriCellix.

    Also, our mindset is very important for our health. I know some people performing all kinds of programs but because of their “mood”, they stay the same in their weight no matter what products they use. 

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  82. Hi Tony,

    I agree with you. We can’t put our trust in this kind of weight loss method because we have different body and metabolism types. Certain dietary methods are not necessarily suitable and effective for people with certain metabolic conditions. I for one will not choose this method because I do believe in natural ways like eating healthy, doing regular exercise, and other healthy lifestyles. 

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  83. Hi Tony. I fully share your skepticism on this product and scheme. When I first read about this I even went and google searched DNA and the double helix to read up on the biochemistry to see whether I could imagine how a test might be able to reveal mixtures of genes that could be individually targetted in a weight loss program. It is hard to avoid the conclusion that this has to be a monstrous hoax. I guess that is a sad truth that any new science can be used as a cloak of respectability covering an unscrupulous quack cure. As you say, maybe the FTC will close this down before it gets that far. We can only hope so. Best regards, Andy

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  84. Thank you so much for sharing us an interesting and informative article. The main theme of this article is NutriCellix a Healthy Weight Loss Diet Plan. It is really laudable that you have illustrated this topic so well in your article. I have learned a lot by reading your article and gained a lot of cognition about the diet plan. Of the points mentioned in your article, I like NutriCellix Reviews.
    I read your article and enjoyed it. I would like to share my article on my Facebook group to let people know about NutriCellix and make it easy for everyone to create a diet plan.

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  85. This whole nutricelix thing seems to be a big whole idea that many people really want to hug but is it really backed by the medical science practitioners? There are many questions that we need to ask ourselves before we can decide to just jump in on this one. I do not see how DNA is supposed to be able to help us lose weight though.

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  86. Thanks for this review. I totally agree that nutricellix is not what it is. There are diverse easy and free ways to loose weight. I will suggest nutricellix change the company to a DNA test company. Why would anyone want to pay such amount ($100) . The Best way to loose weight is to diet properly and exercise the body. I feel this is what anyone should do.

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  87. I totally agree with your.  I am betting that the results are going to be the same no matter what your DNA result is.  I am certainly not going to pay $100 for a DNA test to determine the best diet for me.  I know what works for me when I am dieting.  Basic diet and exercise is all everyone needs.

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  88. I totally agree with you Tony that Nutricellix is not what it is, maybe I’ll suggest they probably change the company to a DNA test organization where people can run DNA tests,lol, even though I’m hoping they’re able to do it. There are lots of ways to loose weight and they’re the normal means that we know, some doesn’t even require is to pay, I prefer those. Thanks

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  89. It would be amazing if these guys can really pull this off but it does sound too good to be true for that to actually happen. If this is a scam and their products are just about the same then they would definitely not last because people would eventually find out the truth which would lead to the company being shut down. But the fact is I would really like to keep an eye on this one because it sounds like a good idea and lets see what happens to them in the near future.

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  90. This sounds like another hoax. If a company was to match a product to your DNA it would probably cost a lot more than 100 dollars. This money is probably just going into the scam chest. The best best way to lose weight is to diet properly and exercise regularly. But a lot of people do not want to do this and this is where the scammers step in and get people to believe there is a far better and easier way to lose weight. I would not pay a dime for this product. There are many other proven weight loss programs to choose from.

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  91. With all the information you have gathered, it is possible that there is some truth to the fact that there is a diet and DNA connection. I going by the old adage that where there is smoke there is fire.  However, most diets are only as effective as the person on the diet is willing to work to make it.  

    While I have tried lots of diet systems in the past, I finally decided that the best for me is the Intermittent fasting diet. Think I’ll just hang with it.  It is interesting to read about the theory though, and for me, some of it seems reasonable. 

    Thanks for explaining the program.  It is pricey as well.  

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  92. Hi, Thank you for a great review of the Nutricellix Weight loss Diet Plan.  There’s a lot of helpful, great information and videos about the Nutricellix.  I have never heard of this DNA weight loss diet plan.  It does seem too great to be true.

    I agree with you that to lose weight, you need to eat healthier and burn more calories than you consume.  Eating healthier with good fats, proteins, vegetables, and exercising every day will be better for your health and dropping pounds.

    Best Regards,

    Margaret

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  93. Definitely nutircellix is the way to go about it. Well! I have never heard of it before but with the knowledge I have been able to gather with this review here, I am sure that nutricelix is definitely worth trying out. I know a lot of people who are fighting their battle with body weight and loss so, this may actually be a good way to help them and I will be willing to share this out with them all. Thanks

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  94. I’m highly suspicious of anything claiming to do things with my dna data. While I know that such technologies exist, I also know that they’re very complex and need an incredibly secure and high budget operation to exist as a reputable company. For that reason alone, I’m already not too fond of NutriCellix, no matter how appealing their concept is. I also dislike their upsell from dna processing fee to products. Seems a bit of a double charge to me. The least they could do is offer samples of their products first to prove that they’re actually successful for weight loss.

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  95. This sounds like a big hoax to me. I mean do you really think they se the time and effort to make a product specifiq for your DNA. Any idea of how much that would cost. Big red flag for me. So what is the real reason why they want your DNA? sell it? Use it for other purposes? Is it even legal? Is there any studies that shows that this product really works. I mean Placebo  effects are known world wide. I do not believe this for a second.

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  96. Thank you for the detailed information. It does indeed seem like a very sketchy plan.

    So many diet plans claim to have “the answer” for a small payment of “insert price here”. Unfortunately, the main trigger for weight loss seems to be eating fewer calories and moving more. Two things, very simple, cost no extra money. But they sure are hard to do! If only we could find a quick easy way to just erase the weight.

    And that is what these plans are built on; people wanting a quick fix without foregoing the potato chips.

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  97. For me I think NutriCellix is the best on the planet as I have used a few of their products and I must say I have never seen anyone that better than them… thanks a lot Tony for sharing this awesome article I know it would be of great help to the public as it has been of help to me.

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  98. I am hearing about so many of these products that promise you the world. Especially when the term ‘weight loss’ is mentioned, it catches the eye and interest of almost everyone. I find this a little pricey and that promise of DNA testing to tailor make products is a hard one to swallow. Thanks for the details review and the research you have done.

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  99. There are so many of these health and fitness products out there and each one claims to be the best and the most effective and the better at this and the least of that. I have been involved with many of these companies , but not NutriCellix. These MLM programs may work for some, but the majority of people seem to just pay for overpriced products that may or may not work.

    I have some experience with the DNA programs that state they build a program specifically for you based on your DNA. I am not sure I believe these claims at all. I think they are misleading and expensive. 

    I recently bought a cookbook for $20. That is all I need for the best nutrition and losing weight. It may not be based on DNA, but it is based on sound scientific facts and uses real food that tastes good and is way more filling than any shake or supplement!

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  100. Hello there! Thank you so much for sharing this with me, I was actually doing a research on NutriCellix when I came across your article. I never pictured NutriCellix to be a DNA Hoax before now mainly because of the price. I have already save this post so I can go over it again and carefully this time to understand everything.

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  101. Hello there! Thank you so much for sharing this with me, I was actually doing a research on NutriCellix when I came across your article. I never pictured NutriCellix to be a DNA Hoax before now mainly because of the price. I have already save this post so I can go over it again and carefully this time to understand everything.

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  102. Hi I read your site with interest. I know that DNA could be a real influence but then I am not so sure.  For example my reaction to alcohol could be linked to my genes but of course there is no proof. When I dropped wheat from my diet I lost lots of weight in a good way. So is that food tolerance my DNA make-up? I guess it is difficult to prove either way.  In any event I read your article with interest and how a DNA test could be used and not in a good way. Do you think the laws will be changed to allow this? Thanks for sharing.

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  103. Hey Tony, 

    i personally use NutriCellix and am very satisfied with the products. The fitness chocolate shake is superb and i believe it has helped me in my weight loss journey.  The products are also quite reasonably priced and do not hit the pocket too hard. 

    This is of course my personal opinion. I find its a nice healthy weight loss plan. 

    Aparna

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  104. Hi Tony

    Thank you for sharing your review, it certainly highlights where this DNA technology is going – into everyone’s world.

    I for one am not a beliver in these DNA testing, read the fine print before doing these test and see who will own your sample.

    A good healthy diet plan and excersice is what we all need to have and do to maintain a strong immune system.

    Regards 

    Bernardo 

     

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  105. Thank you for this comprehensive post and also for sharing your thoughts on this company. I agree with you, it seems like a DNA hoax.

    I have been interested in this type of companies since I recently discovered that the genomics and biotechnology company called 23andMe was co-founded by Anne Wojcicki, sister of Susan Wojcicki whom all we YouTubers know (Susan Wojcicki is CEO of YouTube). 

    23andMe co-founder was also married from 2007 to 2015 with co-founder of Google, Serguéi Brin.

    This type of DNA companies are certainly part of the future.

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  106. Hi there and thanks for the informative review of this alleged weight loss product.  Unfortunately, there are a lot of sketchy businesses, MLMs and otherwise, that use terms like “scientific breakthrough” or “miracle drug” and many others to bilk money out unsuspecting customers.  As Imelda said in her comment, there are many people who are desperate to lose weight.  We live in a world of immediate gratification and everyone expects a pill or an app will fix their problems.

    I agree with your comment that in order to achieve weight loss one must burn more calories than they consume.  Imelda is also correct trying to get people to eat healthy and exercise.  The best way to eat healthy is to prepare meals from scratch.  I find it sad that many people out there have no idea how to prepare a healthy meal for themselves.  Yet they think that ordering no salt on their fries at McDonalds makes a difference.  If you have any kind of dietary concerns fast food is the last stop you should be making.

    Cheers,
    David

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  107. I have to admit when watching the presentation videos, I was pretty convinced of that “scientific breakthrough”  but after I read your review about Nutricellix being “Healthy Weight Loss Diet Plan or DNA Hoax?” I started getting skeptical about them.

    The thing is when pros like you review opportunities like it’s after thorough research. I dug up a little about Nutricellix so I join you on that one.

    Can you give us some alternatives, that you trust of course, to Nutricellix?

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  108. Oh my!

    I truly do not know where to start with my many thoughts on this business. I have had clients that due to underlying health issues I have requested them to get various tests done so that I can provide them with good nutritional advice. I know full well that it costs me a lot more money that $100 to receive these tests which are also hugely detailed. I then give my clients the necessary information for them to have a healthy lifestyle. This is quite an in depth process for me to do from start to finish so I think you are right in that this is going to difficult to do on an larger scale to keep it individual. This for me is the whole point of DNA testing. 

    It looks to me that this company is just going to provide standard information and sell its supplement products to make money. The sad part is there are so many people desperate to lose weight with that “magic pill” that they will do it because they do not understand the DNA and as there is a great scientific video it will be believed.

    I just want people to eat good nutritious food and exercise…… Simple.

    Very interesting read.

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  109. Interesting product, which I am sure will have those who claim to be an authority on this type of thing all over it.

    It is hard to see how it can be DNA based, because our DNA’s are unique and individual to the person.Equally the $100 DNA test is a lot to ask and what would it show?… It doesn’t seem to be that Legity and as you rightly point out, this type of product would have the FTC all over it within a short time

    But you have done a good job of highlighting the product and giving your own thoughts on it.

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  110. This information is relatively new to me. Never heard of any of these companies before or a diet plan based on DNA. Many of these companies play on the public’s emotions and the fad of the day just for financial gain. It seems like a great idea on the surface. But you need to do a thorough research to know if this really works. I personally would prefer to take the path that actually works which is a healthy diet and exercise rather than something that’s new and shinny and cost a lot of dollars and we’re not certain whether or not it would work.

    Thank you for your research and investing your time into this article. I’ve learned a great deal from this article.

    Cherryl

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  111. Reading your article is the first time I have ever heard of matching the right diet with your own DNA. It’s actually kinda interesting. Although it’s kinda hard to know anything about it at all unless you read all of it. Which in some cases people just scan through content, that is not good for them not to have all of the information.   Thank you for sharing with all of your viewing audience.   

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  112. Thanks for writing and posting this.  I’ve never heard of this company.  Although I do believe we’re all different and that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all when it comes to health and healthy eating, I’m not about to pay someone $100 for a DNA test.  I think you’re right about where that money goes.  I think it’s important that we all learn about ourselves and how certain foods affect us.  That’s the sweat equity method of doing our own DNA test.  I will avoid NutriCelix for sure.  Good job.

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  113. To be honest I’ve never heard about NutriCellix until now, when I read your post.

    I was googling DNA diet because a friend posted about it on Facebook.

    I really appreciate that you wrote an honest review about this product. My thoughts are with you, it seems just a hoax and I agree with that “placebo effect” part. A lot of pharmaceutical products are, in my opinion, based on placebo effects.

    About diet…? Come on, you wanna get rid of that belly fat? Then exactly as you said, do some exercise, get healthier, eat healthier, be committed and ambitious to your goals. People are often trying to find easier ways to reach their goals and it’s never going to happen.

    I am glad I found your article about this product, so now I know what it’s about. 

    Keep doing great work! 🙂

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  114. Hi Tony

    Thanks for sharing a good article to read to know more about Nutricellix, 

    Weight loss is a topic many people are looking to find the magic stuff to work and see great results the next morning.

    I’ve seen some videos about this product and a friend was telling me about I should try it, but I like to read more about this product before I say yes to it.

    Your article shares good information, for today I’m more informed about it and this time as you, I would say, no thank you. 

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  115. I think if you want to lose weight you have to make a little effort. Eat less, healthier and glaze over fruit sweets. I don’t like to experiment with different inventions, like NutriCellix, to lose weight. You can also naturally lose weight. And the price is exaggerated. Does this product offer any warranty?

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  116. I love the way you’ve done this review. You’re free of pretentious, Sincere and direct… You haven’t personally tried the product, but you don’t think it would work and you make it clear throughout your post.

    It would be good in any case, when the product becomes available to find someone using it to report on usage experience basis.

    The concept is clear, the mechanism behind it and the way things get accomplished not so clear. Let’s give them the benefit of the doubt. I’d love to give them a try on myself (but $100.00 is by far too much to my experiments budget).

    Thanks for a very interesting and entertaining review (I don’t remember the last time I spent more than 25 minutes on a single post over the internet).

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    • Thank you Juan, I am honored that you spent over 25 minutes here on this website my friend.

      Tony

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  117. Hi Tony,

    Thank you for sharing this article to actually show if NutriCellix is a healthy weight loss plan or just a DNA hoax. 

    Since our DNA has so much to tell about our blood, I was kinda thinking that it would be possible for NutriCellix to actually create products that would work accordingly to help in our weight loss. 

    But I totally agree with you. To lose weight, one needs to watch the food taken, do exercises in order to lose more calories compared to what is taken into the body.

    About the opportunity, I have always been scared of these kind of opportunities…

    Regards!

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  118. Thanks for this post! I heard about NutriCellix and I really liked the idea of ​​a healthy weight loss plan based on my specific DNA. I’m glad you discovered the whole myth behind this idea. Like you, they did not convince me that they would make a special diet for my DNA. What I do know for sure is that we should be consuming fewer calories than we have consumed, and so we will lose weight. It’s not easy, but it seems only possible.

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  119. Interesting review on this Nutricellix product. Surely the best weight loss plan is to develop a change in attitude to food and exercise, consume less calories and formulate an exercise plan that we burn off more calories than you actually consume, the result being a structured and healthy weightless plan. I certainly wouldn’t pay $100 for the DNA test for weightless purposes.

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  120. Hello Tony,

    This was really interesting for me since I have been curious about these DNA diets. I am not looking to lose weight in particular but that would hopefully occur on a healthier diet anyway. I have many food allergies and auto-immune conditions. If I followed all the different recommendations to avoid inflammation causing foods, foods that release histamine, foods I know I am allergic to anyway, foods that are bad for this condition and that condition etc., there would hardly be anything left. I am not exaggerating. You would think things like nuts, beans and spinach would be really healthy but those are all foods I shouldn’t have. I am allergic to many fruits and vegetables as well as grains. I am allergic to sugar, coffee, chocolate etc…but it is pretty hard when you are also sensitive to the healthy stuff. Milk is already out too but I shouldn’t have soy either. No fermented foods either, no spicy foods, no greasy foods. No nightshades (potatoes, peppers…) no pineapple, citrus or strawberries. It is ridiculous. 

    I finally found some information on the root causes and how to address those rather than cutting every food out of my diet. This is a much more practical and sustainable approach for me. 

    I wondered if the DNA approach could shed any light on my situation. From the articles you have posted here, maybe not.  I guess I will stick with the methods I have found already. 

    I agree about MLMs. They can be very, very shady to work with and I generally avoid them at all costs. 

    Thanks for this review,

    Jessica

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    • Thank you Jessica for sharing your very thorough experiences and thoughts with us all my friend, you are welcome back here anytime.

      Tony

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  121. I am a believer of losing body weight healthily by burning more calories than we taking in, together with active lifestyle.  But it does mean that I will deny all other methods such as using the result of DNA test to plan the diet.  But here, I would like to have the comprehensive scientific proof.  Otherwise, we are not only like the laboratory rat, but also seem an idiot to give the money to do the test in order to prove the effectiveness of the method or the product.

    Thank you so much for reminding us.

    Dolbe 

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  122. Well! 

    Great article with great information, to start with i really like the way you present your information.

    Personally, I don’t think that someone needs a DNA test so as to get a better weight loss plan.

    i agree with you it’s all the same as someone had to reduce the the intake level, and eat healthy. 

    I think they just come up with the DNA idea to make look more complex candidate this people will go for it, in the process they got a great chance to pocket some good cash in their pockets.

    I really appreciate you for sharing such a wonderful article.

    Thank you.

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  123. Well, having this in mind that a diet plan that is actually based upon our specific DNA could have great results is something to consider but with NutriCellix especially making you to pay $100 for the DNA test for weight loss is something to carefully look at. Who knows? You may get hit by upsells.

    Someone made mention of this product to me on Facebook but it never piqued my interest. I saw it as another program that may get shut down sooner or later. Thank you for this informative article.

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  124. Thanks a lot for sharing with us such an amazing review of NutriCellix and DNA Hoax.

    The only diet I tried was the Cambridge diet but I didn’t take supplements. I want to participate in a fitness competition and I need to lose weight very fast.From what I read these supplements would be very useful to me.

    Thanks again and keep in touch !

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    • You are welcome Razanillie, 

      you would need to purchase it from someone else my friend as I don’t use, promote or recommend the product and/or opportunity.

      Tony

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  125. I think charging one hundred bucks right off the bat is quite a turn off, considering that you did not even buy their weight loss product yet!

    So NutriCellix claims to have a Healthy Weight Loss Diet Plan based on our DNA ?

    I would have to see the proof how they do that before I gave them one penny

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  126. That is very interesting and scary at the same time. I am not sure how many people will fall for this one. It seems some people will do anything to try to lose weight. I agree everyone loses a different way but I don’t think it is all about your DNA as much as it is about eating habits and how active you are. For some people genetics may play a part but not everyone.

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  127. I haven’t been approached by anyone, asking me to try out Nutricellix. I think that it’s possible to create a weight loss plan based on your DNA, but weight isn’t all about DNA, is it? It has much to do with diet, lifestyle, stress, etc. So, I’m not sure what to think of Nutricellix, if it’s another medical “magical” cure or if it’s worth investing in …

    If they sell protein shakes, how are they adapted to each person’s DNA? I think I would just stick to a healthy diet and lifestyle to keep a good weight instead of relying on weight loss cures. I think we both agree on that here. 

    In your last paragraph I read that Nerium is also going down … I know two people who are/were selling their products years ago and they were convinced of their value. I haven’t seen them in years, so I don’t know if they’re still doing that, but if the company went down or is going down, they probably already gave up on that …

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  128. It will be interesting to see how the investigation turns out. I think DNA testing or other testing is good for health issues, but weight loss? There are too many variables. It’s not all genetic, our weight. It’s all about lifestyle and diet decisions, and activity levels, as you stated. Very interesting review. 

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  129. Thanks for giving the reviews about “NutriCellix “.My WhatsApp friend recommended me to join this “NutriCellix program and i see your reviews about the websites it gives clear information about the overall site and Your layout is easy to navigate with great images and easy to read text and video helps me a lot to find the right direction. Then only I realized the truth of the NutriCellix.And thanks for giving the valuable information about the websites. and keep doing more articles for people to use.

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  130. DNA testing for weight loss sounds like a whole new hype to me, weight loss fads come and go, no doubt DNA testing for weight loss will be a thing of the past also.

    I am a firm believer in following a healthy diet and getting exercise is the proper route and the only route in achieving a healthy weight and feeling good about yourself.

    All too many people simply don’t feel like putting the work in, they would rather make some fat-cats back pocket thick for promoting overly hyped products when the absolute trustworthy and proven path still remains open when they realize all other systems are just full of a lot of hot air.

    Thanks for your post, a lot of great information.

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  131. It is said that obesity is somewhat related to genetic so I guess if people can find out what makes them overweight, they can also presumably, figure out what makes them thin. I think that’s the idea behind the whole idea of genetic testing. But still, I won’t buy the idea of NutriCellix just yet. It’s too early to tell and there’s no concrete proof that it actually works on a large population of people.

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  132. I’m glad I found this review.  Your short comments and the videos especially, paint a concerning picture of this product.

    It would seem to me (I’m not a scientist so this is just my opinion) that if these products are supposed to be formulated to an individuals DNA, and being that everyone’s DNA is a little different, then it would seem to me that there would have to be many formulations of these products, each tailored to the individual.  That, to me, would be very time-consuming and just does not seem possible to me.

    I’m tending to think the same as you and, I  also, am a firm believer in proper diet and exercise for the purpose of weight loss.  I’m pretty sure that if people really take the time to think about what they are saying they will come to the same conclusion.

    This doesn’t make sense to me.  As they say on Shark Tank,  “I’m out!”

    Wayne

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  133. Hey Tony, 

    I am in agreement with you that this DNA test to determine what Nutricellix Product is best for weight loss could be nothing less than a hoax. 

    How a DNA test will determine if my blood sugar is at the right level for the tailored Nutricellix product, or how will a DNA test determine my cardiovascular heart condition and blood pressure?

    I strongly believe any test that is necessary for a tailored product should determine these vital statuses.

    DorcasW

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  134. Hi this is a great product review about the the Nutricellix, I have personally learned things I was ignorant about such as matching DNA to diet doesn’t work, this is so far things I have personally not come across before but I am happy for learning them today. Thank you 

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