If you want to lose weight and lose it fast…
Xyngular is probably on your radar.
Xyngular is another health and wellness MLM based in Utah. Shocking, right?
But they’ve been going through some crazy growth spurts recently, shooting them up to the top of the crop when it comes to Utah businesses.
Are they are good company to get involved with? We’ll let you decide.
1. What does Xyngular sell? Xyngular sells weight-loss and nutritional supplements that combat today’s most common health concerns. They’re designed to energize you, slim you down, or simply maintain overall wellness.
2. What are Xyngular’s most popular products? Two of their popular product are the Lean shake, a meal replacement that controls appetite, and the Global Blend, an antioxidant and immunity drink for daily health. Xyngular also offers systems, product packs that target precise health goals. The Ultimate system transforms your health. Ignite is supposed to help you shift habits, burn fat, and boost energy. The Core system helps you control hunger and lose weight.
3. How much does it cost to join Xyngular? You’ll pay $14.95 to join, plus a starter and transformation kit, which ranges in price from $199 to $549.
4. Is Xyngular a scam? No, they’re a recognized company in the health industry. They rank #2062 in the Inc. 5000 and have been named among Inc. Best Workplaces in 2017 and 2018. They’ve been selected as a Utah Business Best Companies to Work For in 2017 and a 2018 Best Places to Work in Direct Selling from Direct Selling News.
5. What is Xyngular’s BBB rating? A+
6. How long has Xyngular been in business? Since 2009
7. What is Xyngular’s revenue? $103 million.
8. How many Xyngular distributors are there? Global Ventures Partners, Xyngular’s parent company, has 50,000 distributors.
9. What lawsuits have been filed? In 2017, Xyngular was called out by the Environmental Research Center for having lead and lead compounds in some of their products. They settled for $90,000.  In 2011, Xyngular was sent a demand letter by Marc Schenkel, a master distributor who worked at Xyngular from the company’s inception. He alleged misappropriate of corporate assets, corporate waste, self-dealing, and usurpation of corporate opportunities. In 2012, Xyngular sued Schenkel for corporate waste and misappropriation of corporate resources. The court ruled in favor of Xyngular, and Schenkel appealed. In 2018, the ruling was affirmed.  In 2013, Xyngular sued Innutra for misappropriating trade secret product formulations and using them in Innutra’s products. They also alleged Innutra intentionally interfered with contracts between Xyngular and their distributors. 
People dig the products. Does this you should get involved?
Product-wise this company might be legit, but if you’re just interested in the business opportunity, there are better options out there…
Either way, here’s 11 truths you need to hear about Xyngular.
#11. Young but mighty
They just started in 2009, so they’re right at the 10-year mark. But they’ve already hit over 103 million in annual revenue, and they were named one of the fastest growing companies in Utah FOUR years in a row by Utah Business Magazine. Currently, they’re #47 among Utah’s Fast 50. 
#10. Lots more awards…
- Their product Shine Hormone Optimizer was a finalist for the 2016 SupplySide Editor’s Choice Awards at Informa Exhibitions 
- Shine Hormone Optimizer shortlisted for innovation and market impact in women’s health 
- Made the Inc 5,000 list in 2016, 2017, and 2018 
- Record-breaking growth in the past 24 months
To name a few…
#9. They have $1 million+ earners
8 of their distributors have made over a million, as of 2016. That’s not a huge number, but it’s good for how new Xyngular was. 
#8. Wellness and weight loss products
Their various products serve to help customers with…
- Weight loss
- Overall wellness
- Daily nutrition
Their flagship product, Xyng capsules, are supposed to help customers with fat loss, energy, appetite control, and mood improvement.
Other weight loss products include a protein shake, a yam-based fiber that keeps you full, a valerian root supplement that helps control stress and sleep, and a garlic-based detox supplement.
#7. Products cost a pretty penny
One bottle of their Cheat+ supplement, with 60 capsules, costs $60, and you’re supposed to take 6 a day. So this $60 bottle lasts you 10 days. That’s $210 PER MONTH. For one part of their weight loss program.
Their full-on 8-day weight loss starter program, the Ignite Kit, is $419. FOR 8 DAYS.
You could probably hire a personal trainer and actually save money at that rate.
#6. Based on naturally-sourced ingredients
Xyng contains green tea extract, 5-HTP (increases serotonin), and yohimbe (boosts circulation).
It’s basically a source of energy and mood improvement. Think coffee without the jitters.
Now, the benefits of 5-HTP haven’t been totally proven, and taking it regularly might actually have negative side effects if not taken properly. 
#5. Short-term rapid weight loss is NOT healthy
Their 8-day weight loss program that costs as much as a 4K LED TV only includes three actual meals over the course of 8 whole days. Most days you’re consuming 500-800 calories, and anything under 1,000 is unhealthy and considered starvation mode for your body. 
Basically, the only time you should be restricting your diet that much is out of necessity and under extreme medical supervision. 
This also sounds like the mother of all yo-yo diets. To get back to a normal caloric intake you’d be almost doubling your calories, meaning the chances of the weight staying off are slim (pun intended).
#4. But the market is huge and it’s working
But people want their weight loss easy, and they want it now. You can tell them a diet is unhealthy ‘till you’re blue in the face, but if it’s going to make them look hotter for their high school reunion, they’ll probably take the risk.
So, if you’re wanting to sell for Xyngular, what you really need to ask yourself is this: do you need to personally believe in your product to sell it? Can you sell a product that might have health risks?
Even in the shady realm of MLM, almost any salesperson will tell you that you need to be genuinely enthusiastic about your product to sell it.
#3. Headed by Mark Walker
This guy has lead two other successful MLMs—Nuskin and Xango.
He was the Vice President of International Operations at Xango where he got them to hit $500 million in annual sales. He also did the same at Nuskin. There’s a good chance he can do it a third time.
#2. Compensation plan with good rewards for high-ranking distributors
Distributors purchase product at wholesale and sell it at retail for a pretty standard profit margin.
In addition, you get a $24 bonus every time a new member purchases a case for their first monthly order. You earn $100 if you order 120 PV and enroll 4 people in your first 30 days.
Residual income is pretty high – 42% on repeat volume sales down to 8 levels. You also get 12% in corporate sales pools, travel rewards, and executive bonuses if you’re a higher-ranking distributor.
#1. Easy advancement
Luckily, it’s pretty easy to advance. There are no structural qualifications for leaders to move up, which is pretty rare in MLM-world.
Xyngular is a fairly young and growing MLM that has shown some great potential.
While it is still a little early to determine how well they’ll do against the industry giants, they’re off to a great start.
Still, I’ve been involved with network marketing for over ten years so I know what to look for when you consider a new opportunity, and Xyngular has some red flags.
After reviewing 200+ business opportunities and systems out there, here is the one I would recommend: