Legacy For Life is a well-known multilevel marketing company that uses one patented item to develop all the products they offer.
The whole idea and development of the company is quite interesting. That is why in today’s post, I am going to provide the history of Legacy For Life. I will provide a review of this multilevel marketing company. I will also provide some facts I discovered while I was researching the company.
Legacy For Life History
Way back in the early 1980’s, two huge corporations came together with an agreement to help humankind by the development of products that could develop stronger immunities.
Much of this was brought about with the full blown spreading of HIV and Aids.
The two corporations were Dupont and ConAgra. These corporations formed Life Sciences Group of DCV, Inc.
A scientist that worked at DCV Inc. was Dr. Hellen Greenblatt. Dr. Greenblatt researched and worked on a theory that used the eggs of chickens.
In the 1990’s, Dr. Greenblatt found her theory to be a reality. DCV Inc, which would be sold to Arkion Life Sciences LLC in 2001, patented Dr. Greenblatt’s discovery as EgCel.
Simply put, the system fed chickens certain bacteria and viruses so their systems would naturally develop immunities. These immunities would then be passed down to the chicken eggs.
When we look back in time, the Amish would use the first milk from a cow after it gave birth believing this milk provided greater immunities to those who drank it.
This is where Dr. Greenblatt obtained her theory. Through many studies, the Hyper Immune Egg was developed.
Using this new technology, Arkion Life Sciences LLC started the Legacy For Life multilevel marketing company using the hyperimmune egg technology, with the EgCel product being named i26.
In 1998, Legacy For Life began to market and sell products containing the i26, hyperimmune egg ingredient. This was all in powder form.
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There have been many individuals who have benefited both with their health and with their financial well-being from the Legacy For Life system.
The i26 EgCel technology is believed to raise the immunity levels in humans and pets. Many believe that it can help those who suffer from immune harming diseases such as HIV, hepatitis, and others.
While that is not absolutely proven, it does, when you consider it, make perfectly good sense. And when you consider that both Dupont and ConAgra were involved, you know that this product has a great base.
Products that are marketed and sold by independent representatives all have the i26 ingredient. They are:
i26 Hyperimmune Egg Powder
i26 Complete Support flavored shake mix
i26 Chewables in banana or french vanilla
i26 Fit Shakes
IgY Max Performance
i26 Companion for pets
i26 Companion with Flex for pets
From what I found, independent distributors are quite happy with the Legacy For Life compensation plan.
Legacy For Life has had its share of critics, but the majority of these are those who just assume all multilevel marketing companies are scams.
Legacy For Life Facts
As I was researching this post, I discovered some various facts about the company that I want to share with you.
One of the leading distributors for Legacy For Life was a multilevel marketing genius. The late and great Mark Yarnell was a leader at Legacy For Life.
The basic starter kit is $149, and the premium business builders kit is $499 to start a Legacy For Life home-based business.
When FDA representatives were approached about the Legacy For Life products, they say the company is following legal procedures by the book.
Trials have been performed on i26 at Harvard, the University of Southern Mississippi, the U.S. Military and many more which resulted in positive affirmations on the many benefits of i26.
I26 holds saGRAS designation with the FDA.
This site shows the various clinical studies of the hyperimmune egg.
Legacy For Life is based in Melbourne, Florida.
With the belief that this technology can help people suffering from HIV, joint problems, intestinal issues and more, those who tell us what is safe and not safe give a big thumbs up to the Legacy For Life i26 products.
I would love to hear your thoughts. Have you used any of the Legacy For Life products? What is your favorite?
Tell us about it in the comments area below, and if you have any questions, you can ask them here too. Thank you for visiting.
Disclaimer: Neither I nor the Online MLM Community is affiliated in any way or form with Legacy For Life. This is not a paid review. It is written strictly for your information. Legacy For Life products are not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure disease.
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- i26 For Health
- Arkion Life Sciences
About the Author
Greg Boudonck is a freelance writer and the author of over 50 books. He writes on many different topics, but business subjects are one of his primary areas of writing expertise. You can see more about Greg and his work by visiting his website at Lancerlife.com.
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