MonaVie Contains Cancer Causing Ingredients

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Many MonaVie distributors may claim that it is a healthy drink. As we’ve seen, MonaVie lacks nutrition. However, upon further investigation of the ingredients it seems that MonaVie contains a known carcinogen – a cancer causing ingredient.

That ingredient is benzene. Now you might be thinking, “I have a bottle of MonaVie and I don’t see benzene on the label.” Sodium Benzoate + Vitamin C = Benzene:

“Sodium benzoate has already been the subject of concern about cancer because when mixed with the additive vitamin C in soft drinks, it causes benzene, a carcinogenic substance.”

Here’s the list of ingredients from a bottle of MonaVie :

You might have blow that up a bit to read it. However, you’ll see that sodium benzoate and vitamin C are clearly there.

The FDA has created a question and answer for such products. It has tested quite a few products, but it has not tested MonaVie.

In any case, a wise consumer should avoid any “health” drink that has unknown dangers like proven cancer causing ingredients. MonaVie would fit into that category.

Originally posted 2011-09-20 12:54:59. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

The above article is intended to be accurate at the time of its original posting. MonaVie may change its pricing, product, or other policies at any time without notice.

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51 Responses to “MonaVie Contains Cancer Causing Ingredients”
  1. Vogel Says:

    Hi Wendy. Please contact the FDA to report your concerns — it could save lives.

 
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