Saturday, January 23, 2016

Companies Who Sell Nutribullet Should Stop Selling it

(1/20/2016)--- Much of supermarket patrons or people who go to WalMart probably had seen this little overpriced blender on the home-good aisles. Itself the Nutribullet don't look different from any other blender, except of the prize and the size; the other aspect of this product is that it is sponsored by a well known "New Age Guru" named David "Avocado" Wolf (I believe his nickname is just self-given or part of a marketing strategy).

Why in theory by boycotting a product that is a blender just because it is sponsored by a "New Age Guru" would be beneficial for everyone else? The answer is simple, David Wolfe has a long history of discriminating against people with autism, arguing that vaccines are poison and will turn anyone into an autistic individual as well giving medical advice's without medical licence.

There is no other biographical information about Wolfe outside his own website; but users can see how much of his ego is

David “Avocado” Wolfe is the rock star and Indiana Jones of the superfoods and longevity universe. The world’s top CEOs, ambassadors, celebrities, athletes, artists, and the real superheroes of this planet—Moms—all look to David for expert advice in health, beauty, herbalism, nutrition, and chocolate!
David is the celebrity spokesperson for America’s #1 selling kitchen appliance: the NUTRiBULLET™ and for He is the co-founder of online health magazine and is the visionary founder and president of the non-profit The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation charity ( with a mission to plant 18 billion fruit, nut, and medicinal trees on planet Earth.
With over 20 years of dedicated experience and having hosted over 2750 live events, David has led the environmental charge for radiant health via a positive mental attitude, eco-community building, living spring water, and the best-ever quality organic foods and herbs.

He has created his public persona as a Hippie-guru inspired within the Flower Children movement as well with some elements of Contemporary New Age. The only information is just spread around and from his behavior there are no differences between his persona and a cult leader. The analogy between him being compared as a cult leader is not new, and any viewers can see that his speech and logics mimic the contradiction of almost any religious extremist.

How does he affirm that you can cure diseases just by mere "healthy eating", you can't cure an emphysema, AIDS, pulmonary infection just by mere eating; yet "Avocado" believes that food and natural cures can cure anything. If we analyze the words natural cure, or even natural from a selling standpoint they have no meaning at all, they are just a gimmick but yet companies see more of a profit into his Nutribullet than anything else even if the item is a low velocity item because let's face it, who would like to spend money on an overpriced blender?

There is no customer with a median average income who can spend US$88 on a tiny machine that is equally as any others that are sold in the same section; but overall do companies research the information of the products they are selling? Probably not, because at this moment I had found that Nutribullet is sold at:

  1. Target
  2. Publix
  3. Walmart
  4. Bed, Bad and Beyond.
  5. Windixie
  6. Best Buy.
The list can go on, but much of these retailers offer free or relative cheap vaccinations to their employees as well their relatives and this below are to entries, where you can copy and paste on your browser's bar and see what David thinks and preaches about vaccines:

The guy doesn't believe in vaccination and is public about giving health advises without any medical studies or license; but yet because of his charisma he can be profiled as an excellent salesman. Companies as the aforementioned above should reconsider their sales practices in order to be honest with their clientele as well employees.