Lifemax Facts, News and Review

by louabbott on October 29, 2009

“Jim and Sherri Wear, the founders of LifeMax™, received less than optimistic test results from their physician, they set out to make a dramatic change in their health  …  Their desire to live a long and healthy life led to the birth of LifeMax™. During an outing with a friend, Sherri was introduced to Salvia hispanica L. She and her husband, Jim Wear, used and were amazed by its remarkable properties … ”  — Your Travel Biz website

Product: LifeMax Signature Grain™ – gluten-free, trans-fat free, sugar-free, high in fiber and protein, has no taste or smell and can be combined with many foods!

Compensation
Plan:
none found

Founders:
Jim and Sherri Wear

Launch:
opened in May, 2008, official launch in October, 2008

Lifemax Company Web Site

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susan caray August 13, 2013 at 3:59 pm Thumb up 1 Thumb down 0

you were right! the company is officially going under! Even with the incredible amount of suckers I got to sign up to be distributors it wasn’t enough. But I made a ton of money!

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Victor December 3, 2010 at 11:31 pm Thumb up 1 Thumb down 2

I agree with Nick. There is no such thing as “micro slicing”. At least as far as their product is concerned. Its overpriced, $45 I believe to members when chia of similar quality can be bought online or in stores for less than $20.

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nick May 25, 2010 at 8:34 am Thumb up 5 Thumb down 3

beware. this company will not survive. if it does for awhile, it will limp along in bogus marketing spin. you know, the kind where they make things up? like “micro-slicing” their chia seed, one example of many. so silly, and so untrue. the seed is ground. stay away. buy chia the simple way.

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