Affordability is one of the biggest issues I come across in the field. I am an active Mannatech Associate and I pretty much tell people about Mannatech and why I believe the company and their health products are really good. It’s important to take supplements nowadays due poor eating habits and definitely due our toxic environment. That is what the experts are saying anyway.
Despite having great products that money can buy, a big objection I get is the price. Typically it takes a little over $100 to start on a Mannatech Wellness Regiment. But sad to say, many people do not have enough money to afford an extra $100+ a month.
But budgeting your funds is a good start! For example, your daily Starbucks could cut down. On average, a Starbucks drink is around $3.50 or $105 for 30days. So cut the Starbucks drink. Besides, a milk and espresso beverage contains a lot of empty calories, so lessening your Starbucks will keep the fat away. Or perhaps go every other day; you’ll still be saving about $52.50 a month. If you don’t drink Starbucks, budget in other areas. Starbucks is just an easy example. By the way, I actually used to be a Barista during college.
Mannatech has made it easy to afford the products through network marketing as well. All you need to do is just get 6 of your friends to start on their wellness regiment with you and Mannatech will give you $100 every single month!
So you can budget and/or take a little effort to share some information to your friends and family and then you’ll be able to afford the products.
But in all honesty, Mannatech products have value. They are made to be the best that money can buy and the prices are very fair compared to how much research and effort it takes to make them. So in a value standpoint, Mannatech Products are quite cheap and affordable. Just don’t compare these products to the products you get at Walgreen’s, Vitamin World or GNC because Mannatech does produce products superior to what you can get in normal stores. They are made better and they are really natural: and All Natural is Good!
So the real question is, Can you afford Not to take Supplements? Remember, it’s cheaper to take a proactive approach to your own health rather than the other way around. Right?