Vitacost - Bogus science is their sales line

The product Vitacost LJ100 is one of those with which sellers fool potential buyers with meaningless scientific wording.

They claim that their product contains eurypeptides? At a whooping 22 %.

Peptides what? Eurypeptides is not a scientific term. It is not used in biochemical laboratories anywhere around the world. It is used only at the outfit that prints the labels for this product.

Eurypeptides is a fantasy word made up to install confidence in people who consider buying some tongkat ali. The sales trick is to let people read some scientific-sounding phrases so they will be more willing to part with their money. It's all psychological artistry. Confidence artistry.

To uncover that this eurypeptides claim is just bogus science, try the following:

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