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Welcome To my  Uforia review.

At first glance, it is hard to know if Uforia is worth joining. 

There are thousands of money making opportunities out there, making it very difficult to find legitimate ways to make money online. I have done the research for you with this blog post. I think you will be amazed by what I have discovered about about Uforia…I know I was. By the way, I do not promote, nor I am I affiliated with Uforia.

Uforia Review – Summary

Product Name: Uforia

Key Figures:  Ron Williams and Eric Worre.

Product Type: Health and Wellness MLM.

Price: $200 approx for first order plus monthly auto-ship.

Summary: If you like health and wellness then Uforia is a legitimate opportunity. You will however, need to be good at recruiting if you wish to be successful. Moreover, keep in mind that 98% of people will fail at this type of opportunity. Very unique in the sense that customers provide a DNA sample which is sent to a lab. Uforia then tells you all the supplements that you “need” based on your DNA. Pretty clever marketing!

Rating: A-

Verdict: If you are looking at a brand new health and wellness MLM, then Uforia has excellent market differentiation. It’s a unique concept. Not for me however.

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What Is Uforia?

Uforia is a health and wellness MLM. As is with all of these programs, they have a range of health supplements. Their slogan is, “Being Ü, Never Felt Better”. The products are marketed as “Designer Nutrition”, which is “Science Based”. This is a big difference to other health MLM’s because they tell your what to buy based on your DNA sample. You send them in a saliva swab before you buy any supplements! Weird or brilliant marketing, you decide.

Uforia Pretrition Box
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Pretrition Kit Has everything you need to provide your DNA sample. It also includes pre-paid postage for you to return your loogy.

 

Sample jar Very scientific looking sample jar for your DNA swab.

What I Like About Uforia

Very Unique “Upstart Swab Kit”.

This is a stroke of genius. It no doubt was inspired by the runaway success of DNA testing services like 23andMe and Ancestry.com. DNA is scientifically sound, that is not in question. Anything that includes DNA testing just seems to be more credible by association.

It also takes care of product differentiation in a big way. If you launch a product in the massive health and wellness niche, you better make sure you stand out from the crowd. Uforia certainly does that.

Uforia does more than stand out. It sets it self apart and gives a great perception of value. I believe it is going to be massive. There is simply nothing like it out there that I know of.

The vast majority of people are searching for “magic potions” which will make them healthy, desirable and happy. These people are constantly attracted to these types of products. The market is very strong and shows no signs of diminishing.

If you know how to market and recruit, you will tap into a massive market which will allow you to make a great income. Of course 98% of people marketing these types of products will fail, but that is not due to a lack of customers out there in the market.

There will be some very big earners in Uforia, just wait and see!

Designer Nutrition “angle” Is Ingenius

Expanding on my last point, I really want to make it clear, how clever Uforia is. There is an entire process that users will go through, which adds to the sense of joy that people will experience with Uforia. After going through these steps, you undoubtedly will be excited enough to tell everyone you know about Uforia. Makes for a great business plan.

Here is how it works:

1) You do a saliva swab and send it off to Uforia in a pre-paid box.

2) Lab compiles your genetic profile.

3) Uforia tells you that you need a whole lot of Uforia products based on the lab results.

4) You buy a ton of Uforia supplements, because SCIENCE SAID SO!

Eric Worre Has A HUGE Following
Uforia have co-partnered with nework marketing giant, Eric Worre.

When Eric Worre starts pushing Uforia, it is going to attract a lot of interest. He has an army of network marketers at his command!

What I dislike about Uforia

Uforia Products Do Not Work.

Don’t take my word for it, let’s hear from CEO Ron Williams.

People get attached to processes. The process of sending in a swap of DNA is going to draw in a lot of suckers. In fact I expect there to be a lot of Uforia fanatics on social media soon.

The DNA swab is just a long winded and unique way to sell you lots of worthless supplements. It’s ingenius actually.

Most people will disagree with me when I say that health supplements are generally worthless. Even the CEO knows the truth. I just cannot sell something that I don’t believe in.

Heavy Recruiting Is The Only Way To Make Money With Uforia

If you really believe that health supplements are going to change someones life, then go for it. Forget about the DNA swab. That’s smoke and mirrors. At the end of the day, it’s just health supplements.

They are harmless, but I don’t see the value, if I am honest.

The Real Deal With Uforia

Uforia is NOT a scam. It is a legitimate health and wellness MLM. You can make real money if you are the type of person that believes in this type of product.

If you want to get your DNA and genetic profile tested, you can do so cheaply without joining a MLM.

As for a selection of supplements said to be a match for your DNA, I have to call BS on that one!

I don’t recommend Uforia as a business opportunity to make money, simply because I don’t believe in the products. You also have a very small chance of being successful. 98% will fail.

But its a very good business idea. A lot of “believers” wil lap this stuff up.

Verdict

Update: I increased the grade to A-

How I Make A Living

I have developed a strategy using a legitimate affiliate program that allows me to hangout at home with the kids all day.

36 Comments

  1. Jeff

    Hi

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  2. Neicy

    If you don’t take or use the product how do you know that their products are useless? They don’t in fact sell you tons of product – only what your DNA profile says that you need according to your DNA.

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    • Julian Leahy

      Hi Neicy, it’s kind of like taking vitamins in my opinion, If you eat healthy, there is no need for all that stuff.

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      • Richard Heller

        Julian, hasn’t it been proven that unless you grow your own food, then your body actually doesn’t get what it needs in nutrients because of mineral depletion of the grounds they are grown in?

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        • Julian Leahy

          Hi Richard,
          I hope not! I buy my food at the local supermarket, it seems to be healthy enough for me so far! Thanks for stopping by.

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        • Anonymous

          Yes Richard this has been proven countless times. The nutritional quality of our food has been decreasing over the last century for a multitude of reasons including farming practices and toxins in our environment. That is the reason over the past 50 years ago the American Cancer Society said we need to eat 5-7 servings of raw, vine-riped fruits and veggies and now that number is 9-13 and increasing.

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      • Brianna

        Personally, my doctor has recommended me to take a multivitamin daily, and I do spend money on additional supplements because I don’t believe the multivitamin is really enough or know that my body is doing anything with it. I don’t like that I don’t know where it’s coming from – does any of it even come from food? I’d be interested to know more about the ingredients and how much of it goes into the supplement itself, so for me it seems I’d do the test and get the first month at least to see what the company can come up with.

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        • Julian Leahy

          Thanks Brianna, let me know how it goes 🙂

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        • Deborah

          I am so excited to join this amazing opportunity to help not only myself but so many others that are tired see orange urine due to the MVI I take! I’m on board with new breakthrough. Having studied DNA in nursing this makes total sense to me

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        • Rita

          Brianna, if you aren’t already working with someone let me know! I am with UFORIA and can help get you started or answer any additional questions you may have

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        • Barbara

          I have a better way how about turning your own body to make its own antioxidants like it did when it was younger its called Nrf2

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        • Benjamin

          I heard it’s all natursl organic plant based supplements

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      • Anonymous

        I respect your thorough review of Uforia as an MLM. I do however disagree with your generalizations about vitamins. As a Doctor of Natural Medicine having spent years in school studying this topic, it is well known that we do not get everything that we need from food, even with a great diet. Our soils are depleted, air and water polluted, and are guts are inflamed all which contribute to nutritional deficiencies. I do agree that we WAY overdue vitamins and there are many poor quality products out there, but in my medical practice I recommend appropriate supplements all of the time.

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        • Julian Leahy

          Hi good luck with it. Thanks for commenting

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      • Todd Murphy

        Julián Leahy, my mom is a biologist. I used to be a fitness coach. The food in the U.S has Very Little nutritional value. Supplements are a must! Please do the research.
        I got rid of Asthma and digestive problems with nutritional supplements that drugs did nothing for.

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      • ilyse August

        We do need to supplement, but the choice should be a smart choice & becoming more educated on wild, wholefood nutrition is key to understanding what bioavailable means & what true cellular health is. Synthetic isolate vitamins taxes the liver & kidneys. I rep a WFPB line of wild algae & fungi with a GMP certified manufacturing-harvesting facility. You cannot compare God’s food to man’s lab “ME TOO” vitamins.

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    • Abel Prosper

      Hey grow up… MLM is simply a technology the poor in rich suit living in rich neighbourhood use to bamboozle the rich living in poor neighbourhood. Let your food be thou medicine and your medicine thou food- Socrates. These phonies will do anything to get to your wallet.

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    • Michele Jewett

      There product does consider DNA ONLY nothign elese such as lifestyle, health and wellness which are in constant flux. I have recently tried this process and I willpersonally tell youit is a bag of STINK! I did the swabs, they texted and said they had lab issues with my swabs. I said do we need new swabs and the only feedback I received was they tried to auto-pay themselves $183 bucks for a failed lab test on top of the $99 fee I already paid. I have requested over and over to escalate my issue and to receive a full credit. I have tried to rectify this over and over again with no result other than to be told they had not charged me but my bank account shows differently – SCAM!!!! SCAM !!! SACAM!!!

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  3. Robert Ritter

    First, let me say it is interesting that your review does not get the facts right about Üforia. The science behind the product is called nutrigenomics. Let me encourage anyone to google and read. Secondly, the company doesn’t sell you a bunch of supplements, rather they design a product based on what your DNA profile indicates you need. Dr Jen Myers is a legitimate scientist in genetics, you can google her as well. The science and the company are on solid ground. And, the fact that Eric Worre is heading up training just seems to me to be one more feather in the cap of excellence. As far as timing, it couldn’t be better. So, do your due diligence and get started.

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  4. Adam

    I appreciate the article but seems very contradicting at times. An A- overall is not a bad score ha ha. For me I like the product. I feel better. Focus better and I really don’t think a company that has spent over 20+ years designing this idea/product, building thier business module to a mere perfection would set them self up for a major lawsuit with a bogus idea/product. I would challenge you to actually take the product for a full year and then write up your review. I personally can tell you that several doctors over the years have told me that I was deficient in several vitamins and not getting the proper nutrition or in some cases over doing it on others. Although I am just a customer at this point I truly believe taking the proper amount of vitamins daily is essential to living a pro nutritional life which leads to living at an optimal level. DNA does not lie and when it comes to telling someone what their body is lacking I think this product should be taking very seriously. This product could really change lives and very well could be the future of the way we think about our daily nutrition.

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    • Julian Leahy

      Thanks Adam. When I first wrote the review I was a bit too harsh. After thinking about it for a bit I increased the grade to an A-.

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      • Brandi GC Casagranda

        So, you havent actually used the products?

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        • Julian Leahy

          No, I am healthy, I don’t take any supplements

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          • Keke

            People are forgetting that taking supplements you don’t need it also a leading cause of certain cancers but hey 🤷🏼‍♀️🤷🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️🙄

          • Kevin Hentges

            IMO, you’re a fool for not taking supplements, as you say, let me know how that goes.

    • Joyful4@aol.com

      Curious how do we know that everyone gets different supplements! What if they just send everyone the same thing?

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      • Anonymous

        That’s exactly what they do lol! Use Shakeolgy if you want optimum nutrition. I wouldn’t give my DNA to anyone! We are in scary times where the goal is to alter ones DNA, so this pseudoscience is nothing new.

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  5. Michael Guerin

    Interestingly enough, Julian,

    1. the DNA test used by Uforia was not inspired by those
    of Ancestry.com or 23 and me. It actually pre-dates
    those and was, in fact, the first affordable consumer
    DNA test on the market.

    2. Uforia is attracting a great deal of positive
    attention from the medical community and practitioners
    specializing in the science of genetics.

    3. Many doctors will tell you that
    A. the future of medicine and health care is genetics
    and nutrition.
    B. It is virtually impossible for you to get all of
    the nutrients your body needs through a good diet.
    C. many genetic weaknesses, varients, or snps,
    can be compensated for with proper nutrition.
    D. the effects of many, if not most, degenerative
    diseases can be mitigated significantly by providing
    the body with the nutrition it needs.
    3. There are dozens of third party peer reviewed studies
    (provided by Uforia) which identify specific
    conditions in the body, some created by genetic
    varients which will respond positively to specific
    nutrients in the proper amounts (a few common examples
    of these nutrients are CoQ10, Vitamin D, & AC11).
    4. The proof is in the pudding. Test yourself and try
    these customized, genetically guided supplements. The
    majority of people who use them find that they are the
    best nutritional supplements they have ever taken
    EXACTLY BECAUSE they are formulated specifically for
    them out of approximately 387 million potential
    combinations.

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    • Anonymous

      I’m interested to know if you ask for a list of medications and even behaviors concerning alcohol and recreational drugs? If not, you have no business marketing something that could cause adverse reactions when mixed with certain lifestyles.

      You guys don’t even test insulin or high blood pressure.

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  6. Joe Blow

    There is so much I want to say about this review, but I’m not going to go there!🤦🏻‍♂️ I give your review about this life changing company and phenomenal opportunity, A triple thumbs down!👎🏼🤦🏻‍♂️👎🏼🤦🏻‍♂️👎🏼🤦🏻‍♂️

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  7. Janis mccall

    What about the effect these supplements and vitamins affect a person taking Coumadine and or other medicines. This could be serious.

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  8. Anonymous

    This is review is completely useless, it’s just your opinion. You have no firsthand experience with this product. You’re just trying to sell something yourself.

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  9. Anonymous

    It’s just another wellness company that jumped on the bandwagon with placebo like results. I literally watched a video of one of the reps who said he literally had to be asked 3 times if he felt different because he didn’t. You’d have the same results by taking a multivitamin, cleansing once a month, drinking a ton of water and working out in addition to proper nutrition. These supplements are useless without doing all the other things.

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  10. Sheri

    I have been with Uforia and have been taking their supplements since June. My brain fog is gone, more energy, happier, and my cellulite is almost completely gone on my legs !! You need to yet it before bashing it !! Want to be healthier and Wealthier reach out to me at success now 2019 @ gmail Sheri

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    • Julian Leahy

      no thanks

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