Zoegetics and Zoe Life Health Drink Review

Zoegetics or Zoe Lifestyle is a Georgia based network marketing company that according to their

website “provides high quality products for the well being of today’s families”.

Their website looks clean and modern and they have Facebook and Twitter accounts clearly on their page so they are very much into social media.

Zoegetics products

Zoe Lifestyle products are available through their exclusive network so you can’t find them in stores, which is naturally good for their representatives.

Their main product is Zoe Life which is an all-natural powdered drink mix. According to their website it is made up of 20 real fruits and vegetables. It is sweetened with Stevia.

The product sounds like an excellent health product and definitely something we could all need to make us feel better and healthier.

They have lots of new products coming up, such as products for weight management, products for kids and seniors, shampoo etc.

They say on their website that Zoe Lifestyle has partnered with one of the world largest natural products manufacturers. They don’t give more details about this though.

Zoe Lifestyle also offers personal insurance program to supplement your current insurance plans.

Zoegetics donates part of it’s profits to charity.


They provide weekly training for their reps via conference calls and webinars.

Compensation plan

I wasn’t able to find detailed information of Zoegetics compensation plan, but it is something called trinity plan which uses binary system for distibutors to grow their business.

If you are interested about health based network marketing companies Zoegetics seems to fit into that category very well and is worth checking.

It is a relatively new company so that can be a big plus for distributors as everything new always creates more curiosity.

When a new rep is signing up they seem to offer two options; either Option one, which is $69.95 or Option 2 which is $497.00. These numbers can of course change in the future.

They also mention that to remain active in the Zoegetics compensation plan you need to remain on the autoship program.

The biggest problem for Zoegetics reps might be Internet marketing. If you are used to face to face marketing then it’s not a problem, but if you plan to market online you need to have additional training for that, unless you are already familiar with Internet marketing. You should also brand yourself to differentiate yourself from

other Zoegetics reps.

For me, the biggest problem with MLM is the whole concept of Multi Level Marketing. You need to build a huge organization to make substantial income.

Personally, building a organization of thousands of people to make $5000-$10000 doesn’t sound realistic. I know there are people who make good money from MLM, but it takes either a lot of time or very good marketing skills to achieve that level of success.

There is also a question of market saturation. There are so many health products available that it is doubtful that they all find their niche in the marketplace.

Ayurveda, India’s Science of Life, Health and Longevity

Ayurveda is India’s ancient science life, health, and longevity. It is thought of by many scholars to be the oldest form of health care in the world. It originated in India over 5000 years ago, and was taught for thousands of years in an oral tradition from accomplished masters to their disciples. The purpose of Ayurveda is to heal, to maintain a high quality of life, and to increase the longevity of the individual. It is an art of daily living that has evolved from practical, philosophical, and spiritual insight. Even though they have been used for thousands of years, Ayurvedic principles have never changed, since they derive from universal laws of nature that are eternally true.

In Sanskrit, Ayurveda means the “Science of Life.” Life is the integration of body, mind and consciousness. Ayurveda places great emphasis on prevention and encourages the maintenance of health through diet, lifestyle, yoga and meditation practice, the use of herbs, as well as cleansing and and rejuvenating therapies (panchakarma, abhyanga, shirodhara, nadi swedana, etc.)

Ayurveda is a science of self-understanding. By understanding our own unique nature or constitution we can begin to understand how we interact with our environment and thus make choices that will lead us toward greater health. Ayurveda defines disease as the natural end result of living out of harmony with our original constitution. Therefore, the Ayurvedic approach is very individualized, since the path to optimal health is different for each person, depending upon their unique constitution or prakruti.

The Ayurvedic system believes that the individual’s constitution (prakruti) is recorded at the time of conception as a genetic code that can be expressed physically and mentally as disease proneness and emotional response. This constitution is determined by vata, pitta and kapha, which are the three main doshas, or psycho-physiological functional principles in Ayurveda. They govern the individual’s response to changes and they promote the disease process when out of balance.

Many factors, both internal and external, can disturb this balance and bring about changes in the original constitution that may lead to disorders and disease. Some of these factors include emotional and physical stresses, improper food combinations and choices, physical trauma, or seasonal and weather changes. Once we understand how these factors affect us on a constitutional level, we can take appropriate actions to nullify or minimize their effects and eliminate the causes of imbalance. The aim is to understand the nature and structure of disorder, so we can re-establish order to gain control over our health and well being.

The science of understanding our constitution is the science of tridosha. Tridosha defines the three fundamental doshas or principles that govern the function of our bodies on the physical, mental, and emotional levels. Each individual has a unique balance of all three of these energies. These principles can be related to the basic biology of the body.

Energy is required to create movement so that fluids and nutrients get to the cells, enabling the body to function. Energy is also necessary to metabolize the nutrients in the cells and is utilized to lubricate and maintain cellular structure. Vata is the energy of movement; pitta is the energy of transformation, digestion or metabolism; and kapha is the energy of lubrication and structure. Everyone has the qualities of vata, pitta and kapha, but one is usually primary or predominant, one is secondary and the third is usually the least predominant.

Vata is the subtle energy associated with movement. It governs respiration, circulation, and elimination, as well as the pulsation of the heart and motor neuron impulses. Vata is very much like the wind –it is light, cool, dry and mobile. People with a vata nature experience more of these qualities. Their bodies tend to be light, their bones thin, and their skin and hair dry. They often move and speak quickly. They tend to be talkative, enthusiastic, creative, flexible, and energetic. When aggravated, vata can cause confusion, insomnia, flatulence, constipation, weight loss, tremors, spasms, asthma, rheumatoid and osteoarthritis, as well as many neurological and immunological problems.

Pitta represents the fire element in the body. It governs digestion, absorption, assimilation, nutrition, metabolism, and body temperature. Pitta tends to be hot, sharp, and penetrating. It is also somewhat volatile and oily. People with a pitta nature reflect these qualities. They tend to feel warm, have somewhat oily skin, penetrating eyes, and sharp features. They tend to have moderate weight and good musculature. They tend to be highly focused, competitive, capable, courageous, energetic, and clear communicators who get right to the point. They can however become overly intense and speak with a sharp tongue. Pitta disorders include diarrhea, infections, hyperacidity, ulcers, skin eruptions, chronic fatigue, Crohn’s disease, colitis, liver, spleen, and blood ailments, as well as numerous inflammatory problems.

Kapha is the energy that forms the body’s structure and provides the cohesion that holds the cells together. Kapha supplies the water for all bodily parts and systems. It lubricates joints, moisturizes the skin, and maintains immunity. Kapha tends to be cool, moist, stable, and heavy. In the body these qualities manifest as dense, heavy bones; lustrous, supple skin; low metabolism and large, stocky frames. In addition, those with a kapha nature tend to feel cool. The heavy, stable nature of kapha reflects in a stable personality, not prone to quick fluctuations. When out of balance, kapha individuals are prone to gaining weight and tend to accumulate mucous. Kapha can also cause obesity, high cholesterol, diabetes, depression, edema, asthma, tumors, and a variety of congestive problems.

Ayurveda also states that like increases like. For example, the summer has attributes similar to those of pitta –hot, liquid, light, mobile, and penetrating. Therefore, in the summer pitta in the body tends to be increased. Vata is light, subtle, dry, mobile, rough, and cold. So in the fall, which also exhibits these attributes, vata will tend to be increased in the body. Kapha is liquid, heavy, cold, sticky, and cloudy. In the winter, when these characteristics predominate in the external environment, internal kapha tends to be increased. The constitution of an individual is a dynamic force, and vata, pitta, and kapha are dynamic energies that will change and be affected by the environment and other factors in various ways. An Ayurvedic regime and lifestyle, along with dinacharya routines, will enable the individual to gain more awareness and control over how those factors can be diminished or nullified, so as to improve and maintain optimal health and well being.

From the time of birth until death, the body is engaged in maintaining life. Vata, pitta and kapha play an important role in the maintenance of cellular health and longevity. Kapha maintains longevity on the cellular level. Pitta governs digestion and nutrition. Vata, which is closely related to the life energy (or prana), governs all life functions. Ayurveda offers different therapies that may support the individual’s constitutional harmony at all levels, while promoting cellular rejuvenation and overall vitality and immunity. The key to optimal health is to help the body eliminate toxins and reestablish the constitutional balance of the doshas. For such purpose, Ayurveda offers diet and lifestyle guidelines, herbal preparations, and cleansing and rejuvenating programs such as panchakarma and vata management therapies.

The Big Secret of Life, Health and Success

If you want to give others something, what’s the first requirement?


What’s the first requirement? Willingness? Generosity? Broad mind? Just an occasion?

They might be necessary too. But much later. Before all of them, the requirement is that you must ‘have it’ with you.

Because you can never give others something that you don’t have with you.

Now, we complain about youngsters who don’t seem to have any respect for the elders, students who don’t bother to wish their teachers, a generation that values dollars more than parents, homeland and relationships!

What could be at the root of such tendencies?

If someone doesn’t give respect or love to those around him, it might well be that he doesn’t have enough of it with him. And if he doesn’t have enough of it with him, it would be possibly because he hasn’t received enough of it.

You cannot radiate anything before having absorbed it first.

That is the need of most us today. We seem to be unable to radiate compassion, love or empathy because we haven’t received them adequately. So we witness cynicism, crime, hatred, war, oppression, vanity and so on and so forth in the so called civilized society around us.

Is there a solution?

There is.

What do we mean by the idea of self-improvement which is the author’s objective in writing these things down here? What’s your objective as the reader?

To make life more harmonious, to be at peace with ourselves and with the world around us, to stay healthy – physically, mentally, socially and spiritually, isn’t it?

You might object. You might say you’ve a different objective when you visited this page – that is – you wish to find some tips here to make success easier – the success that seems to be eluding all the time – in academics, career, business or love.

You might think I’m going off the trail when I talk about such things as harmony, peace and spiritual health.

I’m very much on the right trail!

To make myself clearer, there’s one more thing that needs to be pointed out:

Freedom, love, health, happiness and success are all one and the same thing. It is not possible that we have some of these and not have the others. Either we have all of them or none of them.

A popular myth is that there is some big secret of life which makes its source code and that those who have tasted success are those who discovered the source code.

Not quite so.

The big secret of life is that ‘there’s no big secret’. If you can free yourself from the conditioning that shadows your creativity, if you have learnt to love, if you can unlearn the bases that form the premises of your narrowed-down horizon, if you can capture the rhythm that binds you with the rest of the world and if you can begin to see yourself as an integral, yet important, part of that world, you’ll begin to make an appraisal of yourself as an absolute entity, realize your inherent worth and stop making the mistake of measuring yourself in terms of the standards you have (falsely) assumed.

Then you’re free, healthy, lovable, happy and what more, you’re successful.

I dwell on this for so long because I don’t want to play the dishonest game of success doctor with you. Nor do I want you to be vulnerable to that game being played by someone else either.