Vida Divina is yet another health & wellness MLM with the advantage of a legendary salesman at the helm.
So far, Armand Puyolt, the company’s founder, has steered them straight up.
So have I been involved?
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Vida Divina was founded in the summer of 2016 by Armand Puyolt, a lifelong sales guru.
Puyolt started out in door-to-door sales when he was only 16. He wanted to help his family out with finances, but he did a lot more than that. By the time he was only 18 years old, he’d made enough money to purchase his own home. At 20, he became a millionaire. The guy has cycled through top-earner positions with Can, Kyani, Total Life Changes, and Metabolife, to name a few.
Eventually, Puyolt decided to take his years of success and experience to the next level by starting his own direct sales company.
It took him only 2 months to drive Vida Divina’s sales numbers all the way up to $23 million. There are MLMs that have been around for several years and still haven’t hit those kinds of numbers. 
Their slogan is “Live Healthy, Live Wealthy, Live Free!”
How much does Vida Divina cost?
The cheapest start-up kit is $120 and comes with 3 months of their flagship product, Te Divina. If you purchase one of their more expensive start-up kits ($300-$1,200), you have the ability to make more money.
In order to remain active, you need to be on monthly autoship for at least 120 PV worth of product.
All of their products are infused with antioxidants and extracts from over 25 superfoods. They don’t have one signature miracle fruit – they’ve got dozens of them.
They started out with a few nutritional products, but they’ve since branched out into cosmetics, energy drinks, weight loss products, health treats for your pets, performance boosting products, skin care, and even chemical free baby foods.
Their flagship products are Factor Divina and Te Divina.
This is a nutritional beverage that’s made up of 30+ different superfoods. A few of the miracle ingredients in this drink include acai, mangosteen, spirulina, goji berry, green tea, and blueberry, and well as dozens of impossible to pronounce ingredients. It has a range of benefits but is meant simply to improve your overall health.
Te Divina is a weight loss tea. It’s meant to detox your body at first and then help you gradually lose weight. It’s made up of a variety of different herbs that serve as detoxification agents. It costs $60 for enough tea to make 6 gallons, or about $10/gallon. It’s about a month’s supply.
Chaga is a superfood favorite at Vida Divina. It’s a medicinal mushroom that has all kinds of health benefits. They put it in both of their signature products and also in their supplements, coffee, and nutritional chews.
There are studies to show that chaga, the ingredient found in most of Vida Divina’s products, actually do have a range of health benefits. The mushroom has powerful antioxidants and helps to boost the immune system and lower cholesterol as well as protect against cell damage.
A study published in the medical journal Bifactors in 2004 showed that cells protected by chaga experience 40% less damage than cells that are not. 
A 2011 study showed that it might have some cancer fighting properties. 
Chaga should never be taken in conjunction with any medication that increases your risk of bleeding, such as Aspirin, and anyone with a bleeding disorder or recent or upcoming surgery should contact their doctor before consuming these products.
Chaga is also not recommended for people who have multiple sclerosis, lupus, or rheumatoid arthritis.
Their weight loss tea has been reported to cause constipation, but that’s likely just caused by an increase in fiber intake.
Vida Divina distributors earn 28% commission on their personal sales. If you sell someone their Te Divina, and that person stays on autoship, that’s $16.80 per month for you. Now just sell that tea to 199 more people who like it enough to stick with it, and you have yourself a semi-decent paycheck.
Fast Track Bonuses
The bonuses at Vida Divina are pretty generous, if short-lived. This one shells out 50%-70% matching bonuses for your first month.
Team commissions are offered on a binary structure to affiliates who have personally sponsored at least 2 other active affiliates. You have to keep your right and left leg balanced as you grow your team. Commissions start at 5% and go all the way up to 20%.
The company also offers a 20% presentation bonus, a 50% generational matching bonus, a home mortgage bonus, incentive trips, and product discounts.
Vida Divina is seriously promising, which is saying a lot in the realm of health and wellness where a new MLM is started by yet another amateur just about every day. This company started a buzz for itself right out the gates, and they’ve got the sales numbers to back it up.
Their founder is a master salesman and anyone would be lucky to work underneath him and soak up some of his knowledge.
That being said, this isn’t a get rich quick scheme. In fact, it’s highly doubtful you’ll get rich at all. If you’re going to get involved in a nutritional MLM, Vida Divina is as good as any, but the fact is that you’ve got a 1% chance of actually making a decent paycheck off any MLM opportunity.
You’d better have some sales skills that rival their founder’s if you want to make a living with Vida Divina.
Look, I’m not a hater of the company. It’s just that if you like passive income streams, there are much better opportunities out there.
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