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False Claims, False Credentials, Bad Science,
on December 19, 2013
1.At his seminars, the formulator of Zija Russ Bianchi claims to be a brain surgeon, pharmacist, and PhD Biochemist. He allegedly received these credentials from the University of California and Harvard. However, both universities have never heard of him. When I asked him where he got his credentials he out right refused to answer. Please don’t take my word for it. You can call any University registrar department and verify whether someone received a degree. You can’t get their grades, but they will tell you whether they are alumni. He along with the people that represent him are liars.
2.The Nestle Company; where Russ claimed to be a formulator has never heard of him. Please, call their corporate office.
3.All the studies such as the John Hopkins and the Discovery Channel Documentary are on the Moringa plant. They are not on Zija. This does not mean Zija is Moringa. In fact, as a dietary supplement there is no legal requirement for Zija to put Moringa in their product.
4.My professor and I performed a chemical decomposition of their product and found it to be mostly sugar, a lot of nickel, with negligible vitamin content and some caffeine. We used mass spectrometry, gravimetric analysis, and microscopy. Take some to your local university. They will likely do the same for free
5.Please google Pyramid scheme and compare it to the set up of Zija.