MonaVie Pulse vs. CholestOff in Lowering Cholesterol

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A few hours ago, I wrote about MonaVie Pulse vs. Benecol Smart Chews in Lowering Cholesterol. The result was that MonaVie Pulse costs around $6.21 and Benecol Smart Chews were $0.24 for a near equivalent 0.8g plant stanol/sterol (the Benecol had slightly more). However, I just saw a related product so I thought I’d click on that…

It seems that 240 pills of CholestOff is available from Amazon for $18.81. Each pill provides 900mg of plant sterols – 100mg more than 4 ounces of MonaVie Pulse. Doing the math, that comes out to $0.07 per pill.

So you can either pay $6.21 for MonaVie Pulse or get something more effective for $0.07. If you are buying MonaVie Pulse because you were told that it helps with cholesterol, you should note that they are charging more than 88 times for what you can get elsewhere. Over the course of a year, the decision to substitute MonaVie Pulse with CholestOff will save your family thousands of dollars.

Originally posted 2010-02-07 08:49:16. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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2 Responses to “MonaVie Pulse vs. CholestOff in Lowering Cholesterol”
  1. mysterious Says:

    i would go for the pills over the juice that will make me bankrupt.

  2. Rasheed Says:

    BUT THE PILLS AREN’T ALL NATRAL I MEN THE PILS DON’T EVEN CURE CANSER WHY DON’T YOU TRY IT AND YOU’LL GET WINGS AND FLYE. I MEAN I’M NOT A MONAVIE DISTRIBUTOR BUT I USD TO BE RETATRED AND NOW I’M SMART ALL CUZ OF MONVE PULS

    Haha, I just had to. MonaVie distributors will take MonaVie to the grave. Because it cures death too!

 
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