I couldnt help but notice, but in all the negative posts and reviews about Don Juravin, Roca Labs and Gastric Bypass Alternative, the people (or Don Juravin), that try and refute facts, do not attempt to dispute the scientific conclusions in the FTCs finding. Its just a bunch of why be mean, or check out the Facebook page supporters results.
There are several problems with this reasoning. For one, its not being mean when a person or business is called out for shady practices and deceiving customers. Although, I guess exposing the truth is mean to those lying and scamming people. Now, it is very possible that people are losing weight on this program.
It requires the customer to basically starve themselves for 16 hours a day, exercise, and drink water. ANYONE could do that on their own without paying hundreds for some useless pink goo. The issue is deception. Don Juravin deceives his customers by saying its his product or regimen that is causing the weight-loss, when in fact, its starvation.
There is nothing AMAZING about his product. The FTCs medical expert concluded this product contained common dietary fibers, that do not help with weight-loss. It never under went any legitimate clinical trials, and it does not have any real scientific proof to support the claims. Outside of his own claims that hes the No.
1 name in weight-loss, Don Juravin is NOT A DOCTOR, and has provided very little evidence that he has any medical training whatsoever. This is an important point. Would you ask just anyone for medical weight-loss advice? Your garbage man?
Perhaps your auto mechanic? Of course not. Don Juravins medical expert could not refute ANY of the FTCs conclusions regarding their findings. He even AGREED with them.
Don Juravin even said it himself.. I need to make my fat customer, I need to make them fast 16 hours. I cannot be direct with them, and say, hey, youre going to fast 16 hours. Just listening to that is scary.
I have to trick the customer with love. Question: (FTC) Are you saying theres scientific evidence that they would lose those pounds if they drank three liters [of water] without the formula? Answer: (Don Juravin) "Yes. If they do the three liters on their own, they would lose.
If they do exercise, they would lose. If they do the 16 hours on their own, they would lose. . .
. I put everything all together, including scaring them, that if they dont succeed now, they will go to a surgery. Thats the facts.
The truth. That says EVERYTHING.
Reason of review: Not as described.
I didn't like: Lies, Scam, Expensive, Investigations, Bullying.