Rosner's Experience with the Eiro juice product
By now most people know that there are dozens of tropical
fruit juice concoctions marketed on the internet. Most are sold through
multi-level marketing businesses. In my opinion, some of these products
are probably not worth the prices charged for them.
Nevertheless, some of them may be worth looking into. For example, while I
have generally avoided such juice products, I did write about one of them
that I believe in—a product containing mangosteen juice—in a
book I wrote in 2007.
Today, I am writing to tell you about another such product that I recently
discovered and which I believe is worthy of your consideration. It is
called Eiro, and
it contains a mixture of several fruits.
story with Eiro
When I first heard of the product, I was very skeptical. I have always been skeptical of the idea that simple fruit concoctions can have enough value to justify the high prices typically charged for these types of products. After all, fruits are just ordinary foods, right? Furthermore, the people who have tried to sell me these kinds of products in the past have always seemed to be long on hype and greed, and short on real value propositions.
What convinced me to give Eiro a try was communication with a small network of people who I have come to trust based on past experience. Although I was still skeptical, I decided to give the product a try for myself, and I began researching its ingredients.
I became very impressed with the product based on personal experience and research I was able to conduct in my spare time. I was very surprised by what I found. In fact, this product has turned out to be one of the most valuable products that I have discovered over the course of the last
year or so, since I published my last annual
report. In my opinion, it is a product that was worth sharing with my newsletter readers. Although my trial of the product and research of its ingredients
did produce some specific beneficial
findings related to my own health and the topics I write about, I
must avoid describing these details because such an explanation might be seen as making "unsubstantiated medical claims." More on that later. Let's just say that certain foods, including some fruits, have powerful bioactive properties which have been scientifically documented.
Although this product contains fruits, it did not
negatively effect me like many other fruit-based products have. I have
always been sensitive to sugar, even natural sugars, but it seemed that
the medicinal qualities of this product outweighed the sugar in it. I was
surprised by this, but nevertheless, it was my experience. In my regular
diet, I do not consume any fruit at all, but I was able to tolerate Eiro
without any issue. I have heard of others having a similar experience.
share Eiro or not?
I debated whether I should even tell my readers about this product in the first place due to the fact that
it is sold via multi-level marketing (MLM). Most people have a low level of trust for MLM products, as do I. However, I have decided to stick to the principles I have established for evaluating many other types of products: A product or ingredient should be evaluated independently from the business model by which it is sold. The ingredients in the Eiro product are either valuable or they are not. The product is comprised of fruit. The fruit doesn't know or care how it is packaged or sold. Accordingly, in my decision to report on this product, I have placed the evaluation of the ingredients as a higher priority than the evaluation of the business model used to sell the ingredients.
Eiro is made by Eiro Research, a company that was recently formed and currently sells two fruit-based products. The product that I have researched and used is simply called "Eiro" (note that their newer product, "Eiro Energy," is not the product that I am writing to tell you about). Eiro (pronounced "aero") contains several types of uncommon fruit such as Caja, Acerola, Camu Camu, and Acai. (To see the full official ingredient list, visit the
Eiro website—this list is partial and unofficial).
Although I am now an “Independent EIRO Distributor,” I assure you that I would not have gotten involved with this product if it hadn’t helped me, and helped people I’ve spoken with.
In fact, I am very picky about such involvements, and this is the first time I have ever enrolled in
and marketed any kind of multi-level marketing program for a nutritional
Nevertheless, caveat emptor, and please do your own homework instead of
taking my word for this. I do not have any
experience with the company and I cannot vouch for their business
practices. While I can vouch for the product on a personal level, I'll
have to see how this goes (being a distributor). If I discover that the
company doesn't seem to be operating fairly, I will be the first to cancel
does Eiro do, specifically?
After reading this far, you are now almost certainly irritated at the general, non-specific and non-descript terminology I am using to describe Eiro. You are asking, "why can't you just tell me what your research has found and what you
experienced with Eiro?" The simple answer: Because I would rather not be the one to write about that
topic, due to the possibility of accidentally making "medical
claims," especially now that I am a distributor for Eiro, and
especially since I am relatively visible due to my books. Although I have spent a good deal of time conducting my own personal research on this product,
and hearing about the experiences of a few others whom I trust, I would rather not publish the information.
Someone else can do the publishing on this one. However, as mentioned, my trial of the product and research of its ingredients
did produce some specific beneficial
findings related to my own health and the topics I write about.
Now, instead of giving you additional paragraphs with non-specific information, I will end this
essay and offer you the company website where further details are available. The company itself is also restrained by legal requirements to avoid medical claims, so you may want to look up the ingredients of Eiro in another location, and also talk with others who have used the product. You are going to have to do your own investigative work. The
primary research that convinced me to try the product was discussion with
people in my circle (struggling from similar "health challenges"
as me) who used it. My experiences ended up being similarly beneficial as
As mentioned, this company uses a multi-level marketing business model. If you like the product and wish to become a distributor, you may do so by using the link below. Perhaps, if you are happy with the product, you may wish to share it with other people you know,
via the multi-level marketing business approach used by Eiro Research. If
it helps you, it would seem like a win-win to benefit financially from it
and also help others, right? Again, although I am now a distributor, I do not have any experience with
the company and cannot vouch for whether or not their business practices
are commendable. In the event that I become dissatisfied with the way in
which Eiro handles the business side of things, I will promptly cancel my
distributor account...although, I do plan on continuing to use Eiro
personally. I will say that so far, the Eiro staff members I've dealt with
have been particularly helpful and attentive.
My personal experience with Eiro has served as a reminder of just how important our diets can be in maintaining health. I suppose that despite my strong efforts against it, I have been
somewhat brainwashed by the Western medical paradigm which says that health and vitality can only be achieved through the use of pharmaceutical drugs and surgical interventions. The Eiro product has reminded me that nature produces powerful foods with scientifically documented and significant
value (that's as far as I can go in talking about this product without
making "medical claims"). I had already known such benefits were
possible from fruit; e.g., mangosteen fruit, which I wrote about in The
Top 10 Lyme Disease Treatments.
Please note that I have spoken with some people who did not find this product to be valuable. Everyone has different circumstances and needs when it comes to nutritional supplements. In this
essay, I am simply sharing with you my own personal experience and opinion.
Talk to your doctor before beginning Eiro.
Disclaimer: I (Bryan Rosner, the author of this article) am a layperson with no professional training. This
essay is based on my own non-professional personal experiences and opinions only. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Direct any and all product questions to Eiro Research, not Bryan
Rosner—I am not qualified to comment on the science or medical facts of
Eiro. Do not begin taking any nutritional supplements without first consulting a licensed physician.
Since I am not a doctor (nor am I a licensed nutritionist or any other type of professional qualified to recommend nutritional supplements), I cannot tell you whether or not Eiro is something you should purchase and use, nor can I answer any
of your questions about this product. Please consult a licensed health care professional before you try it.
I have personally found the product to be valuable enough that I feel comfortable sharing this information with others.
Disclosure: I am an Eiro distributor and I receive financial compensation from the sale of this product.
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