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Recently I told my Facebook and Twitter feeds, if you sell a product, put your money where your mouth is. One of my friends offered me a money back guarantee to try out his Kyani product, I said no. This would require me putting money into it, and in theory, not putting your money where your mouth is.
He agreed, and he then sent me a 7 day trial of the triangle of health. First, let me lay down the disclaimer, I am in relatively good health. I eat pretty clean, exercise regularly, and I have been taking supplemental products from Isotonix for a very long time. That’s just a disclaimer to set expectations as to what may have happened with an unhealthy person, as opposed to someone like me.
The first product in the trifecta is Sunrise. This is made up of Alaskan Wild Blueberries, and contains a crap ton of other anti oxidants and stuff. This product tasted really good, and it was a great way to start the day. The trial comes in convenient little packets which were easy to ingest.
In terms of actual, noticeable results, I can’t immediately say if anything was happening. It’s not like ingesting caffeine, where you immediately feel the effects. But, I will say this, which is actually kind of a big deal, it didn’t have any adverse effects on me. That is usually the marker of a pure, or clean product. That’s the first thing I noticed, no headache. And it tastes good. My body is extremely sensitive to garbage, and if I ingest it, I get noticeably sick. Especially when it comes to migraines. This is a good sign for the product.
Now this product doesn’t taste nasty, but it certainly doesn’t taste good. My boy said it tastes like flat soda, I’m inclined to agree with that assessment. It’s not terrible though, and I could drink it alone, though it’s much nicer to do so as recommended with Sunrise in the morning. Allegedly, it will help with delivery, etc. The sample pack came in a little packet, and I used 20 drops per serving.
This one had similar results for me, it didn’t hurt me, but I think it was too soon to really see any visible difference. Although, on the first day, I had some ridiculous energy as I taught my class. But that could have been nerves and adrenaline as it didn’t happen after the first day.
This product was in a little packet, 3 small gel capsules. This one is made up of fish oils. Nothing outrageous, but it’s supposed to carry some amazing health benefits. Again, no headaches, but no noticeable results were encountered in the 7 day trial. Although, I have been taking fish oil for years, and there are no “noticeable” results in taking them, just better overall health.
The cost for a month of the product is about $150 or so. That’s not such a high price to put on your health. I wish I had more time with the product to allow it to saturate my body, and see if there were truly any noticeable results. However, as far as supplements go, this didn’t make me feel ill, and I had no headaches. I know that’s not the best marker, but it’s certainly a good indication that it’s not hurting me.
7 days is just not enough to really make a solid determination. However, I don’t think that you will lose anything by trying these products, and I really liked drinking Sunrise in the morning. Perhaps my body perceived something that I didn’t? If you will give them a try, I’d say that you go all in and try it out for a month. Also, I’m going to presume that the better in health you are, the less noticeable any immediate results will be.
As far as the business model is concerned, and all that MLM crap, I don’t know a damn thing about it. I don’t care for that, never have, and I doubt that I ever will. My sole intention here was to try out the supplement. I wish there were more reviews of the product itself, as opposed to the business model.