I think our resident Dr Spock (
) will need to elaborate on that. I don’t know much about Mannatech
, but from what little I have read, it seems that they play with the whole gamut of sCAMmers.
I was more concerned about outlining the difficulties of suing meddling CAM quacks, particularly homoeopaths.
In a word, no you don't have to be a qualified homoeopath at all, it really is just MLM, albeit in a more twisted sense, I'm unable to find the video that I got on how these "glyconutrients talk to the cells" garbage, but you might be a little bit interested in watching some of the junk on youtube, like here
You "learn a lot" as you become familiar with the "products" and you can help them by offering testimonies, the guy made like at least 10 phone calls to people to tell their testimony over the phone and by the time you join the business you're of course already sold or at least "in it" and it's pretty much down the rabbit hole from there.
I didn't have to do a lot of research or anything to know it's just a warped MLM, I'm afraid I only went to one such presentation, which was enough a lifetime, HA "glyconutrients" Ha! "talks to cells" - holy flipping shit, you kidding me? Saw the video on cells talking and the testimonies and I cannot be bothered to become much more knowledgeable on Mannatech, there's so much I don't know already, why waste time on quack? I did a little bit of digging prior to the presentation, but nothing that really needs to be said.