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And please I only want ones opinion who actually took there time to even slightly review this product.

http://www.myfruitsmax.com/

FruitsMax is made from all-natural fruits and has all of the essential vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber. It has No preservatives, No artificial colors, No artificial flavors and is GMO free.

"Why did we use Armenian fruits? The fruits used in FruitsMax are harvested from mineral rich volcanic soil at elevations in Armenia that are at least 1,000 meters above sea level. This ensures that the fruits used in FruitsMax are clean, natural, and have the optimal combination of body-beneficial vitamins and minerals."
I take vitamins & minerals & believe they are a good idea to have around. I know that you get what you pay for, but $35 for one bottle is a bit too pricey for someone who is poor like me! I think Ill just stick with buying fresh fruits & veggies for now..
Very nice marketing and packaging, but the things they lead you to believe here are mostly bogus. $35 a bottle? - ouch. It doesn't even say anything about how many pills you get or how long one bottle lasts.

Nothing can substitute for eating REAL fruits and veggies. GMO free and true organic foods are best. Many foods labeled "organic" still can have pesticides sprayed on them, but I'll save that rant for another thread.

Does anyone today eat enough fruit and veggies to get all the necessary vitamins and minerals in their diet? The answer is... no.

High quality vitamin and chelated (better absorption) mineral supplements are all you really need. Take them with your first meal of the day. In my experience, "Country Life" produces the highest quality vitamin and mineral supplements on the market today.
(02-14-2013 04:06 PM)Joanna76 Wrote: [ -> ]I take vitamins & minerals & believe they are a good idea to have around. I know that you get what you pay for, but $35 for one bottle is a bit too pricey for someone who is poor like me! I think Ill just stick with buying fresh fruits & veggies for now..

Smart woman.
I fully reviewed the product. It does sound and look great. Eating 21 different fruits can be VERY difficult and expensive. As stated above I think the price point is pretty high, but that is relative. I have seen other supplement products that are quite a bit more expensive. I have to agree that getting a variety of fruit is important. so if you dont have access to non-gmo fruits in that variety, and you are not concerned with money, maybe it's worth a try. I would kind of miss eating actual fruit... not that you couldn't, but even if I didn't care about the price, my frugal approach to shopping would influence me to use the fruit budget for this supplement.

The product appears to be russian or greek, which I am not wild about. I'd prefer a domestic product. Part of the price is probably shipping as no shipping widget is included in the checkout. Another large portion of the price is probably the probiotic that is included. Good probiotic supplements are not cheap, and being that this is a pill they are probably freeze-dried. This could add significant production cost.

I am also pretty shocked that no quantity was given. however i think its pretty standard to sell expensive vitamins in 1 month supplies. that would be for 1 person.

if that is the case $1.17 per day is not really that much.

I checked out their yt channel too. Not much there yet. The video that isn't about the oscars isn't in english... is it greek?... anyhoo, the product sounds interesting. -
Quote:FruitsMax is preparing a line of "fruit candy" products that will combine 100% natural fruits and body-benficial probiotics.

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I don't eat 21 different fruits regularly. So the question left for me is: do I need to eat 21 fruits. If I eat 5 fruits on a regular basis is there a huge difference?
(02-14-2013 08:06 PM)12GaugeAngel Wrote: [ -> ]I fully reviewed the product. It does sound and look great. Eating 21 different fruits can be VERY difficult and expensive. As stated above I think the price point is pretty high, but that is relative. I have seen other supplement products that are quite a bit more expensive. I have to agree that getting a variety of fruit is important. so if you dont have access to non-gmo fruits in that variety, and you are not concerned with money, maybe it's worth a try. I would kind of miss eating actual fruit... not that you couldn't, but even if I didn't care about the price, my frugal approach to shopping would influence me to use the fruit budget for this supplement.

The product appears to be russian or greek, which I am not wild about. I'd prefer a domestic product. Part of the price is probably shipping as no shipping widget is included in the checkout. Another large portion of the price is probably the probiotic that is included. Good probiotic supplements are not cheap, and being that this is a pill they are probably freeze-dried. This could add significant production cost.

I am also pretty shocked that no quantity was given. however i think its pretty standard to sell expensive vitamins in 1 month supplies. that would be for 1 person.

if that is the case $1.17 per day is not really that much.

I checked out their yt channel too. Not much there yet. The video that isn't about the oscars isn't in english... is it greek?... anyhoo, the product sounds interesting. -
Quote:FruitsMax is preparing a line of "fruit candy" products that will combine 100% natural fruits and body-benficial probiotics.

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I don't eat 21 different fruits regularly. So the question left for me is: do I need to eat 21 fruits. If I eat 5 fruits on a regular basis is there a huge difference?

If I were to try this product out I would definitely not stop eating actual fruits.
One Jar comes with 60 tablets. I guess they suggest you to take 2 a day. In one of their videos they even suggest you to put it under your tongue and let it dissolve, that way it can be more affective.

"Why did we use Armenian fruits? The fruits used in FruitsMax are harvested from[undefined=undefined] mineral rich volcanic soil at elevations in Armenia that are at least 1,000 meters above sea level.[/undefined] This ensures that the fruits used in FruitsMax are clean, natural, and have the optimal combination of body-beneficial vitamins and minerals."

Only if you guys had a chance to eat an actual fruit from Armenia. You would know the real definition of a fruit. And the water comes straight from the mountain with a bit of home filtering people have access to it. It really is one of the most cleanest and most refreshing water in the world.

So yeah 12 the video is in Armenian.
oh yeah. duh. they do say Armenian fruits.
(02-15-2013 12:34 AM)12GaugeAngel Wrote: [ -> ]oh yeah. duh. they do say Armenian fruits.

lol it's all good it happens to the best of us..

Do you have any other questions that you think should be answered before someone were to buy this product ?
I am actually talking to these guys on Facebook I told them I will have a list of questions for you guys before I buy your product.
Should I be concerned that this product was FDA approved ? Is it possible they were just promised a cut from the sales so that is why they approved it ?
yeah... the fda thing doesn't really matter IMO. in the vitamin space, that's really just a marketing thing.
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