Comparing of Xango Juice to Eniva
There are so many work at home business opportunities out there that do anything and everything to make money. Some have good products, others just make a product that sells really well and have a great marketing system that hypes up a product and gains a lot of exposure that way and looks like a truly good product. Well I would not be doing my job if I didn’t shed some light on this Xango Work From Home supplement we call Xango Mangosteen Juice. I have put a lot of time, research, and effort into showing you just how good xango juice is .. and comparing it to another supplement I ran across that seems to be out performing Xango Juice in nearly everyway possible.
Xango Juice Claim One:
Xango Juice claims to be made from an exclusive puree of the whole Mangosteen fruit, and delivers a concentrated source of Xanthones though a proprietary formula. Xanthones are said to have anti-oxidant properties for intestinal health, strengthening the immune system, neutralize free radicals, support cartilage and joint function and promote a healthy respiratory system.
FACT: Any anti-oxidants will have the above health benefits. Mangosteen fruit, which is grown on a tropical evergreen tree, is being advertised and marketed as a new “superfruit”. The aril, which is the edible part of the fruit, was analyzed specifically for nutrient content. “Research found that mangosteen contained xanthone in the inedible exocarp portion of the fruit, and preliminary evidence shows anti-disease activities, no possible health benefits are warranted presently.”
Xango Juice Claim Two:
Xango is the first commercial product to feature the complete nutrition of the whole Mangosteen fruit, and claims to be an “indisputable category creator, unleashing a new superstar in the world of health supplements”. It also claims the no other product has ever hit the market with more science to back it up. An ounce or two in the morning is all you need to start your day invigorated, rejuvenated and energized.
FACT: It can hardly be said that it is a new superstar in the world of health supplements, and no other product has ever hit the market with more science to back it up. In fact, researchers have gone on to say about the mangosteen fruit, “a possible adverse effect may occur from chronic consumption of mangosteen juice containing xanthones”.
It goes on to say, “A 2008 medical case report describes a patient with sever acidosis, possibly attributable to a year of daily use, (to lose weight), of mangosteen juice infused with xanthones.” Chronic exposure to alpha-mangostin, a xanthone, could be toxic to mitochondrial function, leading to impairment of cellular respiration and production of lactic acidosis.
Eniva Vibe vs Xango Claim One:
According to a third party laboratory test, Eniva Vibe came in number one of the top ten health products in ORAC scores, (which is a measure used to evaluate quantity and nutrient values of extracts), beating number two Mona Vie, and other competitors, including XanGo.
FACT: It is true that Eniva Vibe did come in number one, and provided all the essential vitamins and minerals contained in Centrum and One-A-Day vitamins. No other health supplements contained measurable amounts of the essential vitamins and minerals, except for Vemme and Bazil, which contained a few of them. Xango showed no measurable amounts of daily required vitamins and minerals.
Eniva Vibe Claim Two:
Eniva Vibe claims to be a nutraceutical dietary supplement with pharmaceutical attributes of safety, quality and effectiveness. One ounce of Eniva Vibe contains the nutritional equivalent of:
• Vitamin A found in 11 tomatoes
• Folate found in 10 cups of green beans
• Selenium found in 30 broccoli flowerettes
• Zinc found in 19 wheat bread slices
• Antioxidants found in 96 blueberries
• Vitamin C found in 12 orange slices
• EGCG content found in 5 cups of green tea
• Calcium of 25 asparagus stalks
FACT: This claim is actually true, based on the scientific percentages of the daily minimum requirements for vitamins and minerals, these would be the equivalents found in whole fruits and vegetables. Eniva Vibe is made from natural juices and ingredients found in fruits and vegetables, deemed to be safe, effective and of pharmaceutical quality.
Comparison of Xango Juice and Eniva Vibe
Based on the claims of these two health supplements, it would appear that Eniva Vibe has the nutrients that it claims, but is also made from natural fruit and vegetable ingredients that have been deemed safe in a normal diet. It has as many essential vitamins and mineral as some of the top multi-vitamins on the market today, except is produced in liquid form, for ease of digestion. It also contains green tea extract, which is a known anti-oxidant for anti-aging and metabolism boosting powers.
On the other hand, Xango Juice is made from a fruit of an evergreen found primarily in Singapore and Malaysia that has some toxicity in certain parts of the fruit, and mangosteen, (not related to the mango), juice can actually cause some chronic side effects with prolonged use, according to early research. The true side effects of the ingredients of the mangosteen fruit is still in early phases of scientific analysis, so real benefits and side effects can be hard to determine or are unknown at this time.
In a price analysis, Eniva Vibe is slightly higher by the ounce than XanGo, however, the required daily allowance of essential vitamins and minerals are found in Vibe, but non-existent in XanGo. In a cost per ounce analysis based on nutritional value, Vibe has substantial advantages over XanGo.
Both products have additional information available on the Internet, and a distribution channel that makes it easy to obtain either product.
When analyzing both products for health benefits such as anti-aging, metabolism boosting for burning calories more efficiently in a weight loss diet, and nutrition, then Eniva Vibe would be a clear cut winner, because of the known ingredients, vitamins and minerals that it contains, in addition to the green tea EGCG contents.
It is hard to recommend Xango, primarily because the benefits and side effects are still unknown on a long term basis. However, there have been medical case studies that have been taking place to analyze the anti-oxidant content and side effects of xanthones. In addition, it does not list any essential vitamin and mineral percentages on the RDA, (recommended daily allowance), chart, so is not able to back up any nutritional claims whatsoever.
In comparison, for nutritional and anti-oxidant qualities, Eniva Vibe would far surpass Xango in a side by side comparison. While the price of Xango may be slightly less by the ounce, the difference in composite of ingredients and benefits in favor of Eniva Vibe far outweighs that advantage. The most safe, effective and nutritionally complete supplement between the two would definitely be Eniva Vibe.