April 10, 2009

From the News Wire: Overpriced Crap that Wont Help

Oh Please! 32 oz of cinnamon flavored cranberry juice for only $26.95. Ads to run on dLife.

Nuvilex, Inc. Announces New Pricing for Cinnergen and Launch of dLife Advertising and Promotion Campaign

Cherry Hill, NJ - (WORLD STOCK WIRE) -
April 9, 2009 -- Nuvilex, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: NVLX.OB), an emerging healthcare consumer products company with a portfolio of aesthetics, dermatology, environmental and nutraceutical products, announced today that it intends to reduce the suggested list price and launch an advertising and promotion campaign for Cinnergen, a cranberry cinnamon liquid supplement that helps promote healthy glucose metabolism, to raise customer awareness and garner increased demand for the product at a lower price point.

Effective May 1, 2009, Nuvilex' wholly owned subsidiary, Cinnergen, Inc., will reduce the suggested retail price for a 32 ounce bottle of Cinnergen to $26.95 from $34.95....

Nuvilex has separately executed a partnership agreement for the promotion of Cinnergen with dLife, the only multimedia network serving the diabetes community....



  1. It would be more helpful if you included any medical reasoning you might possess to indicate why this won't work. Have you tried it youself?
    They are now sending free bottles to anyone who wants to try it. I'd say that speaks volumes for their confidence in how well it will work.

  2. Well anonymous let start with there is no - zero - peer reviewed science that shows cinnamon helps control blood sugar.

    Cinnamon here at YDMV is one of my metaphors for the uninformed and food police who tell us Type 1 is a function of diet - what was eaten, what wasn't or what should be.

    26.95 for 32 oz. $107.80 a gallon. For cinnamon flavored cranberry extract in the absence of peer reviewed science.

    Free trials, I say that speaks volume about the profit margin on snake oil, over priced crap that won’t help or what ever you want to call it. That there are people who try to take advantage of PWD with this stuff pisses me off.