Welcome to our Amare product review!
We want to provide a product review that brings value to others and not with the intent to bring business to a company or to put a company down.
We want to give the true picture of what is really happening and what you can reasonably expect from Amare products. We want to create a review that gives both the good and not so good about the company and the products. If we can find the not so good, we’ll let you know about it.
What is Amare?
Amare launched in July 2016 as an MLM or Network Marketing company that was founded by Hiep Tran who is also the CEO. Amare promotes wellness through community and products that have ingredients that have been clinically proven to improve a person’s mental fitness or mental health through the gut-brain-axis.
Amare Product Reviews
Amare products support the growth of friendly gut bacteria to increase the production of the “feel-good” neurotransmitters. Since 2016 the internet and health professionals have been sharing knowledge that the gut communicates with the brain and uses microbiome to do it.
By supporting and improving the microbiome in the gut, it will help with total digestive wellness, improved production of serotonin, reduce anxiety, increase mental focus, improve sleep, and overall health
Amare products aren’t mood pills, but real products with what seems to be real science behind them. By supporting and improving the microbiome in the gut, will help with total digestive wellness, improved production of serotonin, reduce anxiety, increase mental focus, improve sleep, and overall health
Amare claims that its products do just that. To see the Amare products click here. Let’s check out some of the Amare testimonies.
Amare Product Testimonials
Doing a google search about Amare products you’ll find a lot of reviews on the company and you’ll find some videos talking about the business opportunity, but we didn’t find a lot of customer experiences until we went to the Amare Facebook page. Heres some of the Amare reviews we found on social media.
Amare Review -Videos
The Not So Good Amare Reviews
Amare Global’s Scientific Advisory Board
This is the statement made on Amare.com
“The Amare Scientific Advisory Board is comprised of proven leaders in mental wellness, psychology, neuroimmunology, gut-brain axis, phytobiology, Chinese medicine, health, and nutrition. Their expertise, experience, and enthusiasm in their respective fields are a significant asset for us to continue to innovate in our product development and guarantee and maintain the integrity of efficacy of our no-compromise products.”
We Pandoinf.com don’t have an issue with the Amare statement, but some people will. The reason is because of some negative reports or findings of Amare Global’s Chief Science Officer, Dr. Shawn Talbot.
Dr. Talbott was fined a $3.5million dollars by the FTC for making benefit claims and efficacy claims see FTC findings here. The FTC settled with Dr. Talbott for $1.2 Million. This may worry people looking into Amare products or Amare Global for a home business opportunity and it’s understandable.
We read the FTC lawsuit against Dr. Shawn Talbott and what we learned, put our minds at ease and we feel it will do the same for you. Below is what we learned.
“Shawn M. Talbott, cannot make benefit or efficacy claims for any dietary supplement, food, drug, cosmetic, or device unless the claims are truthful and substantiated. “ source, ftc.gov exact link
We believe that any reasonable person that gets fined by the FTC and is told that they (Dr. Shawn Talbott) cannot make ANY claims unless they are truthful and substantiated, would do so. We also believe the FTC has been and will keep a watchful eye out for anything that isn’t 100% by Dr. Talbott.
These facts should be enough for people to trust in Dr. Talbott and the Amare Products (see Amare products here).
You Be The Judge. Your Body, Mind, and Money
We wanted to leave you with a link to an article that gives scientific facts about the gut microbiome and the role it plays in our bodies and so much more.
- The Role of the Human Microbiome in Chemical Toxicity – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/31220972
- Gut microbiota as a key player in triggering obesity, systemic inflammation and insulin resistance – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25695388