Kyäni MLM Company Review – Revolutionary Opportunity?


Kyäni Inc

A nutrient blend drink to fuel your active lifestyle- thank goodness Kyani came along to fill the deep, dark void that exists in this area.

Sorry- sarcasm aside, we always approach products and opportunities with an open mind.  After all, you never know who’s going to be the next Red Bull of direct selling now, do you?

With the always-fresh perspective of an objective investigator, I hereby give you: Kyani…the company, the (small) line of products, and what its’ like to work for them as an independent distributor.

The Company

The CEO of Kyani is Michael Breshears, a veteran of several network marketing businesses.  Like the ingredients section you’ll read about in just a bit, details are few and far between here.  Other exec bios at Kyani read the same way: generic, vague, fluffy and bland…except for James Porter the Chief Information Officer, whose experience is actually mentioned by name (IT for all of Asia at Nu Skin Enterprises).

Strangely, although the company is based in Idaho, the executive team all have some sort of connection with the state of Utah.  For the life of me I have yet to figure out the undeniable connection between MLM and Utah.

The Products

Products: there are three:

  1. Kyani Sunrise (featuring blueberries)
  2. Kyani Sunset (featuring salmon)
  3. Kyani NItro X-treme (featuring noni)

Together, they form the Kyani Triangle of Heatlh.  What it all boils down to is vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants…all of which have plenty of scientific study to back up their effectiveness at keeping people healthy.  Heck, people have been taking vitamins for many decades.

Kyani has devised what they’ve dubbed The Kyani Health Triangle.  Essentially what the means is a unique collection of ingredients that they purport to make you healthier in several ways.  They maintain that they simply cannot reveal all their secrets because other companies would steal their proprietary blends.  Suffice it to say, they’re worthy of being called Superfoods, at least according to Kyani’s marketers, that is!

But maybe there is something to these superfoods?  What’s inside Kyani products?  I took a look in their FAQ section, where the following question is posed:

What is the % of Blueberry in Kyani Sunrise?

Eager to read the answer and perhaps find evidence of superiority, I was met with the same statement they used in a question about ingredients: “Some specific details about the products are not made available…thank you for your understanding”

Okay…really?  Then why ask the question?  Surprisingly, they used the same phrase to answer the following question, too:

What other wild fish are found in Kyani Sunset?

They never mention a single fish, either!

The Compensation Plan

Kyani really needs to fix their website because the links to the compensation plan are broken.  After some digging around (thanks, Kyani Team Aloha!), here’s what I was able to unearth:

  • you build three teams (legs)
  • you are paid on all legs, no matter what
  • 20%-30% commissions on your customers’ purchases
  • reach CV of 500 and qualify for a bonus pool
  • paygate accumulator: the more you sell, the more pay gates you qualify for and the more pay gates you pass through, the more residual income you earn
  • get at least 20% of  the SV of the starter pack amount when you enroll a new team member

Recruiting bonuses: The $299 Business Starter Pack costs $299 but only carries 130 SV.  You get twenty percent of 130, not 299.  That’s $26 for a three hundred dollar sale, amounting to 13% commission of the sale.

The Verdict

The products range from around $50 for 90 Kyani Sunset softgels to $185 for the Kayani Triangle of health.  Those are some pretty expensive vitamins.  Plus, since their compensation plan details are officially unavailable, they lose trust points on that account.  And $300 to get started?  Finally, the fact that the products are sold on Amazon doesn’t speak well to the power of direct selling.

There’s something fishy here, and it ain’t the sockeye salmon in the Kyani Sunset, either.  What does it say when a company doesn’t maintain its website and acts slippery about its ingredients?  It says “stay away”…especially when there are a million and a half other nutritional supplement products out there.

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  1. Kelly V

    Sorry to announce but the above statements are an uneducated study from a notebook junkie. Oh and “Sorry for the sarcasm” but the truth will set you free. As of today, I have been a distibuter for 95 days and my income last month was $3162. Not to mention PART TIME😊……
    We will save 1,000,000 lives by 2018. Check back with this then. ✌️

  2. Kelly V


  3. Jeremy Vogel

    Hi, my name is Jeremy Vogel I’m a 24 year old purple heart veteran. Kyäni has be amazing for my family. If anyone is intrested in learning more on joining I’d love to teach them and train you on how to become a sucessful distributer. Thank you!

  4. shelia

    So it is a scam .?

  5. MARK

    nfortunaley Kyani Sunrise and sunset did nothing for me except when a friend tells me there is a 30 day money back guarantee and then does not answer there phone at the end of the 30 days or answers there text messages so I can not get my money back there is some specualtion on my part that this is a scam. I called them and texted them at the end of the 30 days and thir text was off and theire phone went to voicemail right away. Then i was called a few days later and was told that I would n ot get my money back. I called the Kyani headquarters and was told the same thing. I guess money back guarantee does not mean a thing for this company. I spent a few days in the hospital after the 30 days and still got nothing except text messages that the 30 days was over and I wouldnot get my money back

  6. Bobbie Dallas

    This is not only a scam but it DOES have very harmful carcinogen ingredients (not to mention fructose which is a NO NO to diabetics & cancer patients or survivors) in the Sunrise & a chemical preservative in in the fx nitro!! Unfortunately, I took the product for about a month & 1 week before researching the ingredient & I am a liver cancer survivor who is now having major problems again, I should have known bc the product was making me feel worse & taking away my energy! After researching I knew it was the product making me feel bad! Icon have new mass on liver! For those of you who do not know, sodium benzoate is carcinogenic only but when it is combined with citric acid it is like combustible cancer (extremely carcinogenic).And they call this a health product what a joke!!! My husband has been a diabetic 2 for 15 years until a year ago after a major change in lifestyle & eating habits. He is of all prescription medications and after taking the Kyani for a while we decided to check his sugar & were blown away @ how high it was so we did this for 3 days 2 hrs after taking Sunrise and results were just getting higher so he quit & 2 days later sugar was normal & has been since he no longer takes it either! Also my Ins. nurse paid her annual visit & told me of a patient of her’s had to be admitted to hospital after taking Sunrise because sugar went off the chart and she was told that she was not the only one after taking Kyani, It is not good for people who are excessively overweight for sure the Hospital said! My advice to everyone is to stay away from Kyani!! It is a lie it is NOT a healthy product! I am a Nutritional Therapist & should have researched the ingredients before ever taking it!!

  7. John

    The product is garbage. But you can make money in pyramid schemes but it involves taking advantage of people and lying. I wouldnt sell to people you know because they will never talk to you again.

  8. Autumn

    Whoever wrote the comment about blood sugar going up from Kyani – That’s inpossible unless you are eating junk! Also being a Nutritional Therapist, who has liver cancer, you should know these are some of the best products available in the US… these products reverse and stop angiogenesis…. It is a shame that some people are so negative and want to bash such an amazing company . My best guess? Big Pharma. Stopping at nothing to cause people to stay sick and reap the rewards $$. Terrible. Also, There are several starter packs ranging from $40- $1299. The compensation plan can be found on YouTube – talk to anyone in the company and they will guide you through it step by step. I am a holistic practitioner and massage therapist- been with the company for a few months and have had nothing but positive feedback from clients, family, friends. All i can say to someone reading this who has no prior experience with Kyani – try the products or if there is someone you know who could benefit, tell them about it. The products speak for themselves … that’s it.

  9. Jamie

    I’ve been in the mlm realm of business for years now. I have seen other companies have some magical blue berry juice. Have a lot of hype built around them you do well for a short time but all the other companies are gone now. I don’t know if this one will be different but they are selling them same thing. Another thing that makes me upset is that kyani reversed launched. That means that they are based out of The United States but they opened in other countries first. So they other countries economies would grow rather then our own. people have asked if I would join into his or her business I ask one question how do you feel about the products the response is kinda shocking. “I don’t care about the product the compensation plan is all I want.” I’ve heard this from 7 different individuals. If the product is lacking you are going to have one hell of a time keep costumers and that’s what you really want anyways to build up your paychecks.

  10. Sara

    My husband is a Kyani distributor and is already receiving checks in the mail from Kyani. We personally know 5 Kyani members who have surpassed Diamond status and already have 2 luxury cars that are paid for by the company. These people have showed up to our home to host private business receptions (PBRs) using powerpoint. The only thing that could get in the way of your success in this company is YOU. Kyani is not a scam.

    I am a stay at home mom of 3 kids. I actually see my husband moving up in this business. The products DO work. Since my husband has started taking them, his high cholesterol has went back to normal. His 65 year old mom also takes the products and has more energy and health than ever. Check out the thousands of testimonials on YouTube just to understand that the Kyani products sell themselves.

    And BTW, there are plenty of studies regarding wild Alaskan berries and Nitric Oxide and their positive effects on the human body. Three scientists won a Nobel peace prize for their studies on Nitric Oxide. University of Alaska wrote a publication based on their study of the wild Alaskan blueberry, which you can find on the USDA website.

    We never have extra products laying around. We literally fight over the products lol.

    Also, the prices, business model, and the compensation plan has changed, therefore your information is outdated.

    Kyani actually started in Europe in 2007. It didn’t even show up or start selling in United States until about 18 months ago. So the company is still in its infancy and there is plenty of room for growth.

    Kyani is now the number 1 fastest growing network marketing company in the United States. Gee, I wonder why… Could it be because the product actually works??

    Like most people, I was naturally skeptical when my husband brought a sample pack home to try. He got the sample from a married couple he met at a restaurant. I gave him this look and warned him not to try another MLM company like 5LINX or Amway. But after about 3 days, we noticed a huge difference in how we felt. Anyways, I’m glad that he ignored my warnings and stuck with it. He has already reached Jade status after only 2 weeks and has made me a true believer in the business and the product.

    I wish everyone the best of luck in whatever they decide to do. If you are tired of working like a dog, care about helping people acheive optimum health, you have a positive attitude, then give Kyani a shot. Drop me a line and I’ll be more than happy to answer any questions and put those skeptisms to rest.

  11. Helen

    Reply to Bobbie Dallas, Here’s an article from Wikipedia regarding Sodium Benzoate, which you claim to be carcinogenic. It’s not carcinogenic, in fact it has pharmaceutical uses … otherwise it will not be approved to be added in salad dressings, juices, carbonated drinks, fruit juices and condiments.

    Pharmaceutical applications
    Sodium benzoate is used as a treatment for urea cycle disorders due to its ability to bind amino acids. This leads to excretion of these amino acids and a decrease in ammonia levels. Recent research shows that sodium benzoate may be beneficial as an add-on therapy (1 gram/day) in schizophrenia. Total Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale scores dropped by 21% compared to placebo.

    Sodium benzoate is used to treat hyperammonemia.

    Sodium benzoate has been shown to halt the progression of Parkinson’s in mice.

    “Sodium benzoate has the chemical formula NaC7H5O2; it is a widely used food preservative, with an E number of E211. It is the sodium salt of benzoic acid and exists in this form when dissolved in water. It can be produced by reacting sodium hydroxide with benzoic acid. Benzoic acid occurs naturally at low levels in cranberries, prunes, greengage plums, cinnamon, ripe cloves, and apples.

    “As a food additive, sodium benzoate has the E number E211. It is bacteriostatic and fungistatic under acidic conditions. It is most widely used in acidic foods such as salad dressings (vinegar), carbonated drinks (carbonic acid), jams and fruit juices (citric acid), pickles (vinegar), and condiments. It is also used as a preservative in medicines and cosmetics. Concentration as a food preservative is limited by the FDA in the U.S. to 0.1% by weight. Sodium benzoate is also allowed as an animal food additive at up to 0.1%, according to AFCO’s official publication.”


  12. Helen

    Sheila, it’s not a scam. To those who value more health, more wealth and more life, I have the tool for a healthy body and a wealthy wallet. I promote the Kyani nutritional products and as a distributor, I deserve to get paid. Kyani does not use expensive commercial advertising and stores. Rather, they pay independent distributors to promote their products. It’s entirely legal and rewarding. Or, you may keep buying vitamins from retail stores BUT do not expect any commission income.

    If you accept you can work smarter to produce abundance of wealth, join my team in Kyani business. The system we have will take you where you want to be. Kyani is the tool you need. The rest is YOU.

    To individuals working HARD yet still broke, it is time to work SMARTER.

    Trust me, you will be in a better monetary situation. We have a system that works. Let’s talk.

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