1. When someone first approaches and says you can make a lot of money, it’s about the money.
2. When you ask questions about the nutritional value or the processing, and they are vague and keep referring to the money or the many people who have benefited, it’s about the money.
3. When you ask for research on the product and they use company produced DVDs, CDs or written testimonies about ‘miracle cures’, and none of this information uses scientific research, just lots of enthusiasm and emotion, then it’s about the money.
4. When people tell you it is a ‘miracle cure’ for every known disease and condition from premenstrual syndrome to cancer to autism, to high cholesterol and diabetes, then it’s about the money.
5. When there is no focus on living a healthy lifestyle, then it’s about the money. Health comes from healthy living and that only. If you could buy your health, then all the wealthy people in the world would be healthy.
6. When only this product or company has the ‘secret recipe’ or process and will not divulge it, then it’s about the money. Health should be accessible to all, no matter what your income. Health products and foods should be for convenience. If you wanted to make it yourself, it should be pretty basic, even if it takes time. With extra income, you can afford to pay for the convenience, but poor people should have easy access to these products or foods. Also you can read about “before and after aging lips” here
7. When there are lawsuits against the company ‘because pharmaceutical, food companies or the government is trying to shut them down’, then it’s about the money.
8. When the ingredients come from an exotic country and only grows in one area, or they go into great detail about how expensive the ingredients are, then it’s about the money.
9. When the cost of the product is far more than paying for convenience, then it is about the money. For example, if you make fresh carrot juice, it can cost …