Boresha Coffee

By AttaGirl1969 Latest Reply 2014-03-30 13:33:56 -0500
Started 2014-03-17 18:38:08 -0500

Has anyone tried Boresha coffee? How is it working for you? Any unexpected side effects?

Tags: weight loss

4 replies

jayabee52 2014-03-18 16:56:07 -0500 Report

Howdy AttaGirl

I myself have not tried Boresha Coffee, so I cannot speak to side effects, except, perhaps side effects to one's wallet.

It has been around for a bit. My search of DC search using the term Boresha brought up 2 or 3 mentions of it in earlier discussions.

Boresha coffee is part of a larger organization which sells tea and "Bskinny coffee" It is a MLM (multilevel marketing company) which to me is a red flag right there. (I personally have been burned by about 4 or 5 MLM schemes) And I suspect their products are overpriced for their quality. (something I learned through experience with MLMs) the cost for a "B-Skinny Coffee 30 Piece" = $89.99 (note from the site: "Enjoy 2 12 oz. cups per day for maximum fat-burning results")

It costs $49.US to become a distributor, which no doubt gives a break in price. I do not intend to become a distributor so I backed out of the website at that point. .

For a rip off report for this company see ~ (Note also this site allows rebuttals of which there is one)

It is up to you atta, but I would stay away from them. Follow the best practices for Diabetes control which will be of much more benefit than some "magic bullet" coffee which is laden with additives.

God's best to you


AttaGirl1969 2014-03-30 13:19:42 -0500 Report

thanks James! My boss signed up as a distributor and I went for a "tasting" which was pretty much more of a distributor sign-up than a sales pitch. (go figure).

Just Joyce
Just Joyce 2014-03-18 15:12:12 -0500 Report

I have heard about it and learned it is yet another ripoff that people fell for. There is no such thing as a coffee that makes you skinny and it is cheaper to exercise for free at home then it costs to buy the coffee, creamer a sweetener.

It falls along the same line as Super Dieters Tea that was suppose to do the same thing. All it did was give everyone diarrhea. I tried it back in the day. Since then I do not fall for these kinds of things. Anything that ask you to become a distributor and sign up people to sell the product is only a get rich quick scam and the only person making the money is the person who thought it up first.

The best way to lose weight and remain healthy is proper eating and exercise and you won't risk harming yourself with harmful Products. Look up Nicks article Weight loss book author given 10 years prison time. There is a discussion going on about those kinds of products.