Qivana Review

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Qivana created the Metaboliq program to help dieters achieve weight loss success. There are four supplements within the Metaboliq line by Qivana: Shake, Stick, Boost and Relief. Each is formulated to be taken with other supplements in the program. Qivana also formulated the Qore program. Qore contains four supplements: Probiotic, Essentials, Defense and Detox.

Testimonials for the Metaboliq and Qore system are available on the official website. Before and after photos are included with some of the testimonials. The testimonials support weight loss claims, but there is no mention of exercise and eating habits while taking the product. Products are not available for sale from the official website.

List of Ingredients

Shake – no ingredients.

Stick – no ingredients.

Boost – Decaffeinated green tea, cayenne pepper and L-carnitine tartrate.

Resist – Indian herb to block sweet tastes.

Product Features

Metaboliq includes Shake, Stick, Boost and Resist. Shake contains 200 calories. Dieters are supposed to use shake as a meal replacement. Stick also contains 200 calories and works as a meal replacement.

Boost contains three ingredients. Green tea is proven to increase metabolism and weight loss, but the caffeine content in green tea is likely the reason these weight loss benefits. Boost contains decaffeinated green tea so the dieter receives none of the benefits of caffeine. Caffeine is proven to boost fat burning potential. Cayenne pepper may have slight fat burning ability, but it is likely included in the supplement to increase absorption of other ingredients. L-carnitine is not going to increase fat burn or decrease appetite.

Resist is a carb blocker. Some carb blockers have some clinical evidence backing claims of increase weight loss and decreased sense of sweet taste, but the name of the ingredient is not included for Resist.

Qivana offers entrepreneurs a compensation system for selling Qivana. There is no mention of price, so we have no idea if the program is worth the money charged by Qivana.

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Advantages

  • Some ingredients are listed on the Qivana website.

Disadvantages

  • The company is more focused on promoting affiliate sales than selling the product.
  • No complete list of ingredients.
  • No product prices.
  • Some testimonials do not contain before and after photos.

Conclusion

There is some promise in the Qivana Metaboliq program. Reduced calorie meal replacement is a great start to weight loss, but the Boost supplement leaves much to be desired. No fat burning ingredients or appetite suppressants are included in the formula. Dieters losing weight on the program likely lost weight because they decreased caloric intake by using meal replacements instead of eating high-calorie foods. Even though green tea is included in the supplement, it is in a decaffeinated variety. Decaffeinated green tea lacks the proven fat burning effects of caffeine.

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15 User Reviews about Qivana

  • 1
    Ronald

    Joining their “team” means being part of their pyramid scheme (legal because there is product) so they can earn off of who you recruit. The focus is on recruiting recruiters who are also forced to by expensive automatic shipments. That is how product is sold. The focus is on recruiting, not product sales. And the teams now claims product cures everything from MS to Diabetes) and even helps little children with ADHD, but the package says do not give to kids, or diabetics. They are trying get people in any way they can, sharing testimonials of people who obviously have money to gain by convincing you of their miracle!

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    Dr. Melanie

    I have sold many different supplements from various companies over the years. All companies have pros and cons. Qivana is the most thorough in their research of each ingredient and the combined product itself. I have never seen a supplement company invest so much in research. Almost all of their products are patented so they cannot be copied by other companies and they have leaders in the nutrition industry working for them, constantly innovating new products. I have read the ingredient label on every product and read every research paper conducted on Qivana. They are safe and effective. Average weight loss is 1.5 pounds lost per week between numerous studies without any change in diet or exercise. Of course, as a doctor I always recommend diet and exercise as well but for the studies they did not have the participants make any changes. The downside to Qivana is that they are a fairly new company and are not well organized at this time. I had to speak with one of the executives directly in order to access their research and I had to look at an actual bottle of the product to see the ingredients. They do not seem to have this information anywhere on their website. I have spoken with the leaders of the company about this and they assure me they are woking on adding this information to the website so hopefully it will be added shortly.

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  • 3
    Gary

    Since I’ve been on their products I have lowered my blood pressure and been released off of 9 medications I had to take after open heart surgery. Also I’m down from 236lbs to 2011 lbs by using their Metaboliq system… it’s saved me a lot of money on pharmaceuticals and my doctor is thrilled. ..As is my wife.

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  • 4
    deedot

    qivana does not state if the products have been FDA approved are they?

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    Debra

    Fda doesn’t monitor natural products. They do however monitor drugs that can kill you.

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    Dr. Melanie

    Yes, all Qivana products are FDA approved. They are the first supplement company that I know of to provide FDA with sufficient research to be granted full approval for all of their products.

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    lindsey

    no natural products are approved by the FDA. also, the FDA doesnt always approve ingredients that are good for your body – so be careful with that.

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    Your Name

    The FDA does NOT regulate the natural products industry. Qivana HAS however been given a GRAS rating by the FDA. (generally regarded as safe) Qivana products are third party batch verification tested monthly, and these QA results are filed monthly with the FDA.

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  • 5
    Kleal

    I’m taking the boost and I really don’t feel a difference, I’ve even been getting calls to join their team… but putting out more money first? no Thanks! It is very true that they are all about the money… why wouldn’t you sell the product more than the business?

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    Your Name

    Qivana is a ground floor company. It is in the brand-building stage. You are putting money into buying a business. What business opportunity would you ever acquire for free?? There is real science behind every product and human clinical trials for every product brought to market by this company. I am an RN and have NEVER been more impressed by the scientific research and studies behind every product Qivana has brought to market. The product sells itself. We do not push products. We are selling a business opportunity.

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  • 6
    Jenni

    Very expensive. Horrible after taste, and no different than any other shake along with a green tea supplement and some determination. Constant pushing of the product and scamming new buyers any way they can into selling while offering no information on the product. The only place you can find nutritional value is after you purchase the product. It’s on the box it arrives in, but nowhere else. Get the book and return the rest. The founder has a copy of the shake he made from scratch in there.

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  • 7
    Teresa

    Qivana has changed many lives with their products! They save money by giving it back to their IBO’s instead of putting it on the shelves with storage space prices and then people don’t correctly take the product. The lady that ordered didn’t consider that she was re-setting her metabolism and had a perfect meal in that shake for about 7.00 a day to correct your metabolism, not loose muscle mass and bone density! Less than a chick-fil-lay sandwich for sure and much more nourishing. I have had nothing but pleasant customer service when dealing with the Q team – James is incredible!Not to mention – the products do what they say they will do!

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    MIGS

    I have been using Qivana products since August I went from a size 10-12 to a size 4 jeans, I feel healthy, energized and the best I have since 16 years old. I am 58.
    I love the ease of the shakes and the peanut butter protein bars. This program is about $200 a week but it has changed my metabolism forever, It is the best investment I have ever made in myself. Why can’t regular people make an income on a product instead of just the millionaire big box stores…This product is the only thing that has given me what I see as a permanent change and healthier body. Clinical trials would be great but they are very expensive and that would increase the cost of the product..maybe the Drs that started this company will do it someday. Check out the people who developed these natural products.. they are all experts in their fields, obesity and herbs

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  • 8
    Izzie

    Qivana needs to brush up on their customer service skills. Tyler who works in the office is down right rude. They also need to change their shipping procedures. It’s ridiculous you cannot cancel a shipment when it has not even been processed. I will NEVER recommend them!!!! Never ever!

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  • 9
    Laura

    WOW! I went to a meeting about Qivana & thought the product sounded really good. I decided to order the Metaboliq System. The customer service rep. took my card info and placed the order without giving me a total. The total ended up being $350.00 for membership fee & 1 month supply – for 2 shakes/day. That was way more than I wanted to spend at the time.

    So, I called Qivana and asked them to cancel the order, and credit my card back. The rude customer service guy said I would have to wait for the order to arrive at my house and then I would have to mail it back and wait up to 3 weeks to be reimbursed.

    I have never been SO disappointed in a company. The package had not ever been processed, and they said there was no way they could cancel my order.

    I think Qivana is a get rich scheme they lure people into. If lowering your calorie intake is the secret, I’ll just stick to salads – atleast it’s cheaper. DON’T let Qivana fool you – they are all about the money!!!

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