Kyani review – just another juice scam?

Kyani is a health MLM that focuses their products around the Alaska blueberry.

It is also one of the hottest MLM products of 2017.

I’ve known about it for over 9 years now (they’re based out of Idaho, where I’m from) but recently I had to give them a second look.

The short story? Their product line has built a cultish following and many people have been on it for years.

So why does Kyani get my respect?

Simple: They’re a product-focused direct sales company. They are successful because they have tons of customers who’re not in it for the money. They genuinely love the products.

I mean, the morning rush of antioxidant blueberry superfood blend. What’s not to like?


The Kyani “Triangle of Health” features three products designed to work together to help improve your health.

1) Kyäni Sunrise (30 1oz. packets)
2) Kyäni Sunset (90-count bottle)
3) Kyäni Nitro FX (2oz bottle)

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The first of these three is Kyani Sunrise, which as you may guess, is intended to be taken at breakfast.

Kyani Sunrise is an antioxidant-rich fruit juice that comes in either a large glass bottle or a single-use liquid pouch. The primary ingredients are superfood fruits that are well-known antioxidants: blueberries, chokeberries, pomegranate, red raspberries, wolfberries and more.

If you just look at the active ingredients list, it looks like a pretty healthy drink.

In addition to the superfood antioxidant juices, there is spinach powder, broccoli powder, kale, and ginseng.

There’s more, too: White grape juice and pear juice and fructose, which would be my only “con” to the supplement (just keeping it real).

Kyani Sunset is a softgel supplement designed to be taken before bed.  It’s a combination of fish oil and vitamin E supplement, which is supposed to help with overall well-being and support a healthy heart, brain, and immune system. Every human being should take that.

While each serving (which is three softgels, meaning a bottle of 90 lasts only a month) contains one gram of fish oil, the active omega 3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) make up only about half of this. Research conducted by the American Heart Association recommends 0.5 to 1.8 grams of EPA and DHA per day—taking Kyani Sunset daily would hit the low end of this, but its a great start.

At $43 per month, its a bit high, but worth it.  High-quality omega-3 cost a lot.

Finally, Kyani Nitro is a liquid supplement intended to boost your nitric oxide production.  This metabolic byproduct has been linked to everything from increased endurance performance to better sexual performance.

Think: Nugenix, but a little cheaper. There are two variants, Kyani Nitro FX and Kyani Nitro Xtreme.  Strangely, even though they have exactly the same purpose, they are completely different supplements.

Kyani Nitro FX is a noni-fruit extract supplement, which is a Southeast Asian fruit known to have anti-inflammatory properties.

On the other hand, Kyani Nitro Xtreme is another vital vitamin supplement—it provides 33% of your daily intake for vitamin B1, a little bit of magnesium and some coQ10.

Again, there’s no evidence that a small amount of basic vitamins you can get in a huge range of regular foods would substantially affect your body’s nitric oxide production.

Compensation plan

The Kyani Starter Pack is $89, which allows you to access wholesale prices, but to be eligible for commissions and bonuses, you need an auto-ship of 100 QV, which is about $140 a month.

Very important, though: This 100 QV can be in the form of you recruiting someone, so you technically do not need to purchase Kyani products to promote them.

To move up to rank 2, you need a total of 500 QV per month, which would be five different people (including yourself) enrolled in a $140 a month auto-ship.

Rank 3 is triple this amount.

At 10,000 QV, you can get your “dream car”. I used to play basketball with a buddy of mine who drove a new Audi, courtesy of Kyani so shout out to their compensation plan lol.

Here is a screenshot of their entire plan:

Most juice or health network marketing companies fade out after a few years, once new signups dry up.

Thats just the nature of the game.

“Get on the hot juice or skin cream MLM trend, build a downline, and then move to the other hot MLM every 5 years”, thinks every big MLM sponsor, but they would never say it out loud like that.

This comp plan shows that they’re doing something right. It’s working.


Product-wise, Kyani has proved us all wrong.

Normally, I rip on juice MLMs because they’re dime a dozen.

Even my buddy who works corporate for a health MLM in Utah once told me, “Dude, all these health network marketing companies get their stuff manufactured at the same place. They just mix and match ingredients and call it a new thing. A new launch.”

Kyani has gone another route, sourcing their products from Alaska, making their products coveted, even though some will argue they’re a bit expensive compared to alternatives.

As far as the money-making goes and your ability to break out financially with Kyani, its defintetly possible with the right coaching and mentoring. The problem is that the traditional MLM model (make a list of your family and friends, spam your FB friends, etc) doesn’t work.

I mean, I get it, if its a cool product (which Kyani is…) and you wanna share it with your friends, thats pretty cool. I do that, too, sometimes.

But if you’re trying to break financially free, you’ll need more than your warm market. Thats where online marketing comes in for the rescue. Using blogging and videos (like you’re seeing right now) it is possible to build a network marketing without actually hitting up family and friends.

You just gotta get a sponsor who know what they’re doing, who knows how to leverage the internet… (like me….wink…)

Locking forces with our team will get you training on how to prospect like a boss using the internet. You can do that by clicking the link below and becoming a distributor.

Just make sure you’re being referred by “Jeremy Page”, (sponsor: 3192065)

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Thanks for reading,

Jeremy Page

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