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    Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    It's a new drink. It sounds like a good healthy product, so I tried it. Comes in a blast cap to preserve freshness. You mix it with water. Unfortunately, it tastes slightly bitter. I didn't like it. I won't be joining Yoli.

    If you're thinking about signing up with Yoli, taste it before you jump in. Then make your own decision. That's my two cents.

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    The ads in my previous post are not there by my choice. Any way I can get rid of them? Or is that just a feature of this board?

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by Live&Learn View Post
    The ads in my previous post are not there by my choice. Any way I can get rid of them? Or is that just a feature of this board?
    You can't - it's what pays for the forum.

    Interesting, your comments about Yoli.

    Len Clements will perhaps be along later to tell you why it's such a good company.

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    It's certainly an interesting concept because as far as I know that delivery system is a first, it's unique. Imagine standing with a group of friends and pushing that cap into the bottle then giving it a shake. Do you think it might cause some interest? Great word of mouth stuff! And with leaders like Len Clements involved, they can't go wrong.
    "People are not interested in your product or your business; they are interested in solving their own problems." -- James Dillehay, Entrepreneur and Author

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDoyle View Post
    It's certainly an interesting concept because as far as I know that delivery system is a first, it's unique. Imagine standing with a group of friends and pushing that cap into the bottle then giving it a shake. Do you think it might cause some interest? Great word of mouth stuff! And with leaders like Len Clements involved, they can't go wrong.
    I spoke with Darren Falter (One of the founders)...it is sweetened with Stevia. That is a major step in the right direction. (No artificial sweeteners).

    We will just have to wait and see if it is all hype...or fact.

    MLM Avenger

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by Erneston View Post
    Len Clements will perhaps be along later to tell you why it's such a good company.
    Why? Live&Learn didn't question how good a company Yoli was. He/she said they didn't care for the taste of their first product.

    The large majority of those who have provided feedback say they love the taste. Some say it's a little too sweet (this is the first one I've heard that described it as "slightly bitter"), I've heard it's not "fruity enough" and I've heard one person claim it "was a little too fruity".

    Of course, this is only the first of many products, in various flavors, that Yoli will be introducing, but I do completely agree with Live&Learn - just try the product yourself and "make your own decision".

    Len

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by MLM Avenger View Post
    I spoke with Darren Falter (One of the founders)...it is sweetened with Stevia. That is a major step in the right direction. (No artificial sweeteners).

    We will just have to wait and see if it is all hype...or fact.

    MLM Avenger
    That's correct, actually they use Stevia Reb-A
    which makes the product even more attractive.

    Reb-A is derived from the sweetest part of the
    Stevia leaf, so you won't get bitter after taste
    Stevia has been known for.

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDoyle View Post
    It's certainly an interesting concept because as far as I know that delivery system is a first, it's unique. Imagine standing with a group of friends and pushing that cap into the bottle then giving it a shake. Do you think it might cause some interest? Great word of mouth stuff! And with leaders like Len Clements involved, they can't go wrong.
    Wow Chris... nice reply!! And everytime I say anything about Yoli you slam me.

    As for the guy who said it was bitter... I wonder what jungle juice company he is with. I found it to be maybe on the sweet side, nothing bitter about it. To base your decision on rather to join a company by your personal opinion of the taste doesn't make much sense anyway. Red Bull in my opinion tastes HORRIBLE, yet they rack up over 4 billion a year in sales. Your personal opinion on the taste doesn't matter one bit. If your on the edge, get some free samples from someone in Yoli. Judge for yourself.
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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by blastcapnutrition View Post
    To base your decision on rather to join a company by your personal opinion of the taste doesn't make much sense anyway. Your personal opinion on the taste doesn't matter one bit. .
    You would have to be kidding??? I hope you are...
    Len Who?? Who is this Len character you guys keep talking about?

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by blastcapnutrition View Post
    Wow Chris... nice reply!! And everytime I say anything about Yoli you slam me.

    As for the guy who said it was bitter... I wonder what jungle juice company he is with. I found it to be maybe on the sweet side, nothing bitter about it. To base your decision on rather to join a company by your personal opinion of the taste doesn't make much sense anyway. Red Bull in my opinion tastes HORRIBLE, yet they rack up over 4 billion a year in sales. Your personal opinion on the taste doesn't matter one bit. If your on the edge, get some free samples from someone in Yoli. Judge for yourself.
    I'm not with any jungle juice company, whatever that means. Right now I'm evaluating several options, including ACN and Yoli. I was heavily recruited to join Yoli, but, after all the hype, I was very disappointed when I finally got down to the taste test. To be more than fair, I will even give Yoli a second try.

    Apparently we have different beliefs about how to conduct business. My personal opinion matters a whole lot to me. I won't sell anything to my family, friends and associates unless I fully believe in it. Would you?!

    In my book, your attitude is one more strike against Yoli. I care about my customers. You seem like you only care about making money. I hope you're not in Yoli management.

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisDoyle View Post
    It's certainly an interesting concept because as far as I know that delivery system is a first, it's unique. Imagine standing with a group of friends and pushing that cap into the bottle then giving it a shake. Do you think it might cause some interest? Great word of mouth stuff! And with leaders like Len Clements involved, they can't go wrong.
    I don't know how you could reach that conclusion. Len's name was never mentioned by the people who were recruiting me. Is that some important MLM person? My impression is that Yoli can indeed go wrong.

    It's too bad. I really wanted Yoli to be the right opportunity for me, because I support better nutrition, but I was underwhelmed by the actual product.

    Let's not kid ourselves. Taste matters. Try it yourself. I think you will agree with me that it's slightly bitter.

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by Live&Learn View Post
    I was heavily recruited to join Yoli, but, after all the hype, I was very disappointed when I finally got down to the taste test. To be more than fair, I will even give Yoli a second try.
    While your willingness to give the Yoli Truth product another try is admirable, it is unlikely it will taste any different to you than the first time you tried it. Wouldn't a better test be to have others try it and judge its taste?

    Quote Originally Posted by Live&Learn View Post
    Apparently we have different beliefs about how to conduct business. My personal opinion matters a whole lot to me. I won't sell anything to my family, friends and associates unless I fully believe in it. Would you?!
    So to fully believe in a health product's efficacy and value, or its ability to product income, you must also find it to be delicious? Listerine is the largest selling mouthwash of all time, and they even mocked how bad it tasted in their own commercials. The consensus is that Noni juice is horrible tasting stuff, and even some of the founding reps for Tahitian Noni (then called Morinda) openly discussed the value of drinking it "in spite of the taste". They admitted they didn't like the taste at all. They're rich now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Live&Learn View Post
    In my book, your attitude is one more strike against Yoli. I care about my customers. You seem like you only care about making money. I hope you're not in Yoli management.
    But you're making a case for why you don't care about your customers. You seem to be saying that you will not present the Yoli product and opportunity to them simply because you, personally, find the taste of their first product "slightly bitter". Taste is just one aspect of a product's value, and this is just one of many products Yoli will be offering. And again, the overwhelming majority of those who've provided feedback so far love the taste, so it is likely the majority of your friends, family and customers will as well.

    If you were a potential customer comparing products I could better understand your position. But you did imply you were looking for a business opportunity.

    Len

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    How much worthless garbage are you going to peddle, Len? Don't we have some court documents to discuss over on the USANA thread (your other snakeoil scam)?

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by MWave View Post
    While your willingness to give the Yoli Truth product another try is admirable, it is unlikely it will taste any different to you than the first time you tried it. Wouldn't a better test be to have others try it and judge its taste?



    So to fully believe in a health product's efficacy and value, or its ability to product income, you must also find it to be delicious? Listerine is the largest selling mouthwash of all time, and they even mocked how bad it tasted in their own commercials. The consensus is that Noni juice is horrible tasting stuff, and even some of the founding reps for Tahitian Noni (then called Morinda) openly discussed the value of drinking it "in spite of the taste". They admitted they didn't like the taste at all. They're rich now.



    But you're making a case for why you don't care about your customers. You seem to be saying that you will not present the Yoli product and opportunity to them simply because you, personally, find the taste of their first product "slightly bitter". Taste is just one aspect of a product's value, and this is just one of many products Yoli will be offering. And again, the overwhelming majority of those who've provided feedback so far love the taste, so it is likely the majority of your friends, family and customers will as well.

    If you were a potential customer comparing products I could better understand your position. But you did imply you were looking for a business opportunity.

    Len
    I was a potential customer. However, I have much less potential after trying it. Obviously different people have different motivations. If I don't like something, I'm certainly not going to offer it to others. I want to be proud of the product, or service, I represent.

    Who is this overwhelming majority you speak of? My test group now includes two people. We both find the taste slightly bitter. My personal opinion is that people will not re-order this product, after tasting it, so the future financial benefit is questionable in my mind.

    What exactly are the health benefits of Yoli? It doesn't even list the ingredients on the blast cap. That doesn't seem right to me. I don't know exactly what I'm drinking.

    P.S. In addition to the taste issue, their comp plan is very difficult to understand. I don't like that. I asked the recruiter to explain the comp plan to me. He couldn't do it.

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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by blastcapnutrition View Post
    Wow Chris... nice reply!! And everytime I say anything about Yoli you slam me.

    As for the guy who said it was bitter... I wonder what jungle juice company he is with. I found it to be maybe on the sweet side, nothing bitter about it. To base your decision on rather to join a company by your personal opinion of the taste doesn't make much sense anyway. Red Bull in my opinion tastes HORRIBLE, yet they rack up over 4 billion a year in sales. Your personal opinion on the taste doesn't matter one bit. If your on the edge, get some free samples from someone in Yoli. Judge for yourself.
    I wasnt trying to slam you at all... I was just asking about the pricing, whether it was a daily price or a monthly price, because it was being compared with other MLM products showing their monthly price.
    It wouldnt be fair comparing a daily price with a monthly price would it?

    No slamming from me. Peace man yb:

    Chris
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    Re: Has anyone else here tried Yoli?

    Quote Originally Posted by blastcapnutrition View Post
    To base your decision on rather to join a company by your personal opinion of the taste doesn't make much sense anyway.
    Join a company? Not a chance.

    Recommend a product? Your own like or dislike for a product via taste or use test is the only way to make a decision.

    But if it ain't on a store shelf, I ain't interested.

    MLM Juice? Ya' gotta be a freakin' loon.

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