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October 26, 2007

Glyconutrients: a Sweet Scam

By Mark Sisson
89 Comments

There are essential fatty acids. There are essential amino acids. There are not essential sugars. We’ve received so many questions about glyconutrients, I feel it’s necessary to respond here at the blog.

For the record, “glyconutrients” are worse than bogus – they are a scam. This term was invented by a multi-level marketing company called Mannatech. (While MLM’s aren’t all bad, they can certainly be a red flag.) In this case, the entire concept of supplementing with “glyconutrients” – minute amounts of plain old simple sugars – is not only unscientific; it’s just silly. There is simply no compelling evidence to support the glyconutrient claim that the human body is somehow deficient in certain forms of sugar due to our modern lifestyle. Among the many dubious and weasel-worthy “explanations”, the central claim is that scientific discoveries in recent decades have shown that there are 8 types of sugar and that your cells – gasp – use these sugars. I’ve had burps that are more mind-blowing than this “science”.

Those selling glyconutrients often have appealing websites and fairly standard marketing blurbs about good health beginning at the cellular level. (E.g. “When your cells are healthy, so are your glands and organs.” No sh*t, Sherlock.) Please pardon my French, but I really hate to see this sort of meaningless malarkey being bandied about like it’s genuine science. The numerous warning letters, lawsuits, and scathing breakdowns on many reputable scientific action sites – it’s almost painful, really – should be sufficient to keep people away from those selling this worthless sugar pill supplement, but I still get a lot of questions. I don’t normally like to directly criticize supplements, but in this case, I have to speak up.

(This is the best single website analyzing glyconutrients. Do a search on any reputable science organization’s site, or check out a scientific glossary, for that matter, and you’ll see that “glyconutrient” is not even a scientific term. We might as well say “aminonutrient” or “lipidnutrient”.)

Glyconutrient supplementation purports to provide your body with certain special types of sugar that aren’t available, apparently, in our modern food supply. (The important one, evidently, is mannose, hence Mannatech.) The glyconutrient claim is utterly specious. The body converts one form of sugar to another quite easily whenever it needs to – there is absolutely no “deficiency” issue here, period. While we need to get essential fatty acids and the complete profile of amino acids to function, we do not need to supplement with simple sugars. The supplement won’t hurt you, but you may as well suck a lollipop if you’re after “glyconutrients”. My guess is that the lollipop is not only tastier, but cheaper.

Don’t be a sucker.

Further reading:

The 10 Dumbest Drugs Ever Invented

The Top 10 Wost Health Scams

Colloidal Silver: It’s a Scam

Why Homeopathy Is Bad Science

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Steve
Steve
8 years 11 months ago

That’s a good explanation and helps sort it out. Yes, I once bought some snake oil from the company mentioned and it was just that.

Cinda Wood
10 months 8 days ago
I just imagine you feel fairly silly now that surgeons are prescribing it in hospitals. My daughter’s throat grew back in eleven days documented Via Christi ICU Hospital Wichita Kansas five years ago. Her cancer also disappeared and they gave her 1 entire tub of ambrotose plus the osolean. She got a standing ovation (1 or 2) in their remembered history from the nurses. She was in a five and half week comma as they accidentally cut her throat 4cm in surgery and sent her upstairs to eat and drink. My husband never took the stuff because of people like… Read more »
Sonagi
Sonagi
8 years 11 months ago

Passing off sugar as supplements in a nation where most people eat way too much sweetener. What will they think of next?

Mike OD
8 years 11 months ago

Personally I like the claim of “better essential fatty acids than the EPA/DHA in fish oil” and all those “amino acids” they provide….yet the nutritional label on the bottle has 0 grams of protein and 0 grams of fat. Huh? Are these magical nutrients that are so scientifically advanced they don’t even exist in physical form but yet supply our body with the breakthrough healing never discovered before? Ummmmm…..I think not.

Robin
Robin
8 years 11 months ago

You have to appreciate how ballsy the whole concept is. These are sugar pills and they admit it! It’s so ridiculous it could be a Monty Python sketch.

“Pssst… Hey Kid… You wanna get fit and strong? I got just the thing: it’s called a Pla-ceeeeeeee-bo.”

Dave C.
8 years 11 months ago

This just in from an FTC report on U.S. residents falling for scams:

“An estimated 4.8 million Americans bought bogus weight-loss supplements, patches, creams or other products, making fat-fighting fraud the most common scam.”

Amazing!

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Josh
Josh
8 years 10 months ago

If you can find it, look at Mannatech’s patent. The list of things that Mannatech is supposed to treat is hilarious. Snakebite, frostbite, AIDS and Cancer. Asthma, allergies and chronic fatigue. If something bothers you, Mannatech will fix it.

Thomas
Thomas
4 years 1 month ago

not true you made it up

Deborah Andrews
Deborah Andrews
3 years 8 months ago
Mannatech doesn’t claim to “treat” anything, but through scientific research has shown that if given the “essential nutrients” the human body can heal itself. I will not waste my time telling you what glyconutrients have done for me, because you wouldn’t believe me anyway. Most people would rather go on hurting and to their ultimate death than to consider adjunctive therapy that could improve their quality of life. Most people would rather waste their money on worthless and dangerous energy drinks rather than invest the same amount of money in a proven science that when applied correctly could help them.… Read more »
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Liam
Liam
8 years 8 months ago

I’ve heard good things about glyconutrients.

There is actually a great ebook that just came out at http://www.gotsugars.com

It’s got great information on glyconutrients and how to save when buying them.

JJ
JJ
8 years 8 months ago
Thanks Mark, Since my daughter was diagnosed with cancer, we have been bomboarded by true zealots of the Mannatech camp. One should expect hostility when confronting personal conviction with truth, but some have considered us child abusers because we will not let a daughter have this miraculous cure! My wife has suffered from guilt over this mater. Your article has helped her to let go of the guilt and to focus on our daughter’s recovery. It seems the old quest for the fountain of youth is universal. I resent only the fact that the manufacturere know the truth and are… Read more »
Deborah Andrews
Deborah Andrews
3 years 8 months ago
Mannatech doesn’t claim to “treat” anything, but through scientific research has shown that if given the “essential nutrients” the human body can heal itself. I will not waste my time telling you what glyconutrients have done for me, because you wouldn’t believe me anyway. Most people would rather go on hurting and to their ultimate death than to consider adjunctive therapy that could improve their quality of life. Most people would rather waste their money on worthless and dangerous energy drinks rather than invest the same amount of money in a proven science that when applied correctly could help them.… Read more »
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rost
rost
8 years 5 months ago

Glyco nutrients work. They are not dangerous, make your own try and see yourself. You will be a fool not to try

Dora
4 years 9 months ago

Most of these comments were quite a number of years ago. I wonder what they say now with all the research that have been done recently. Also research in Tokyo, Japan, that has got nothing to do with Mannatech, proving the very same thing – that glyconutrients do help the body to fight diseases!

missbossy
missbossy
8 years 5 months ago

OK sure. Send me some for free and I will return my verdict for the same charge.

Tashimoto
Tashimoto
4 years 11 months ago

rost`s offer was for you to make your own (which you can do inexpensively) and experiment in order to find out for yourself. Your response sounds lazy and irresponsible by contrast.

Ryan Minietti
Ryan Minietti
3 years 10 days ago

You people need to wake up and realise that these essential glyconutrients are esssential to the body to help repair itself and are severly lacking in our modern day diet. It has been proven scientifically and millions of people cant be wrong. Mannatech offers a 90-day money back guarantee so you tell me what other company would offer that! Anything new is always met with scepticism which is very unfortunate but I know what these products have done for me and my family and we thank God everyday for them!

Joe
Joe
8 years 11 days ago
I am a researcher on this topic and I would have said the same thing at one point. But what you say about the term glyconutrient is misleading and half true. The term was made by Mannatech – that part is true – they patented the process of stabalizing all combination of saccharides greater than 2 that do not occur in any one plant in 1994. So since they discovered the science and own the patents… seems fair that they can name it whatever they want. That is after all… how science works. The discoverer chooses the name. You may… Read more »
Josh
4 years 9 months ago

Mark need to learn to do some research… he is making a fool out of himself.

Dora
4 years 9 months ago

Thats – this is a really the best comment I’ve seen on the topic.

TripodXL
TripodXL
1 year 7 months ago
Joe, A masterfully written response. While I support Mark, I think he acted a little hasty, though when you say “sugar” the BS needle pegs, so I understand. I am not a “degreed” professional, but have experienced the effects of longterm statin damage and have some mitochondrial damage to my “system”. I have done years of research on this topic, too. The glyco-saccharides are necessary to regain and repair cell functions, that can be repaired. A lot of glyconutrients are from quality plant and animal sources, but as you said, “be your own expert”, so I’ll let everyone else do… Read more »
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Gary B.
Gary B.
7 years 9 months ago

Within the last couple years, I received an email touting the glyconutrients. Not only were they trying to sell them to me, they said I could be in sales. (MLM)
I investigated the names of all the supposed sugars. I think the only one that your body can’t make is fucose, not to be confused with fructose. Fucose is found naturally in Bladderwrack, a type of brown algae (seaweed).

It’s a lot cheaper to by a bottle of Bladderwrack Leaves.

I think the glyconutrient thing is a total scam!

Thomas
Thomas
4 years 1 month ago

your body can make glyconutrients from glucose but its labour intensive involving numerous enzymes conversions, for the body it just makes it easier for the body if they are supplied directly like that were in days of good farming. When the mechanism that does the conversion gets burnt out then the body is in trouble

TripodXL
TripodXL
1 year 7 months ago
And just because a company like “Herbal Life” (an MLM co.) sells vitamin D, C, B12….etc., does that mean the vitamins are a scam? That IS THE LOGIC YOU’RE USING,, delta bravo. Yeah, bladderwick is cheaper. Does it make the 7 saccharides, needed for the mitochondrial system, for the “power” each cell needs? The process of glycosation of all the inputs and the chain of events in the malevonate pathyway (Google that) are so complex, and they are only now really getting into it. These “sugars” you don’t understand produce ATP for the cell and all the other products for… Read more »
Jean
Jean
11 months 27 days ago
So, the sugarfoods help the body make ATP! No wonder I feel so much better when I use them and all my blood work comes back normal. With CHF the production of ATP is usually hampered, by who knows what, so every little aid helps. But i do hate that MLM company, their business practices are so predatory and those patents, they are so bastardy. I can make a very acceptable powder blend myself for around $20 and thats paying retail for all the supplies so you know they are making a killing on each 120g tub at $139. You… Read more »
Oliver
Oliver
7 years 6 months ago

John Axford, BSC, MD, FRCP, President of the Section of Clinical Immunology and Allergy at the Royal Society of Medicine, and a Fulbright Scholar became a board member for the afore mentioned company.

“10 Emerging Technologies that WILL change the world!” Glycomics (the study of glyconutrients) was listed among the 10 by M.I.T.

Glyconutrients are the only nutritional supplement in the world that has been presented at the World Congress.

Is there an agenda from the naysayers or is it just ignorance?

Gary B.
Gary B.
7 years 6 months ago

Gly-comics are a scam. I don’t care about the alleged “credentials” you have. If I had an agenda, wouldn’t I be trying to sell you something?

andrew
andrew
6 years 10 months ago

Maybe your not, but the guy with the book at the top of the page is!!!!!

Oliver
Oliver
7 years 6 months ago

“Alleged credentials?” I’m just passing on easily verifiable truths. Are you one of those “don’t bother me with the facts” types?

Here’s a few more: 1) the earth is ROUND. 2) the moon is NOT made of cheese 3) the planets DO revolve around the sun.

Give me something substantial brother, you said it yourself, “I THINK the whole glyconutrient thing is a scam.” What are your credentials?

Luc
Luc
6 years 10 months ago

Hey Oliver,

I wonder if you read the freely available article written in glycobiology, a peer reviewed journal. I am providing the link here:

http://glycob.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/18/9/652

It is interesting that although it is true that Glycomics has been pointed out as a science that will change the world, glycobiologists beleive glyconutrient to be a scham…

maybe you could provide better credentials?

Luc

Gary B.
Gary B.
7 years 6 months ago

My “credentials” are common sense. I’m not a board member of any “afore mentioned company”.

I have nothing to gain here, except; knowing I have helped “brothers” keep their pockets from potentially being picked by con-artists like yourself. I will not bother to respond to you again; if people are dumb enough to buy into what you’re saying, you’ve accomplished your selfish desire to fill your pockets.

Que Sera, Sera, Whatever will be, will be.

Jessica
Jessica
7 years 2 months ago

Helloooo! Why was a Nobel Prize awarded to the Dr who discovered these LONG CHAIN sugars being vital in cellular communication then? They are not glucose or a lollipop which are short chain! It was even reported by MIT to be the #1 technology that will change the world. As well as the Physicians Desk Reference contains the same facts, as well as many other science journal publishings, Time magazine, 20/20 did a piece on it too. You people are idiots. The M**** company merely patented their stabilization technology to bring it to the world.

Oliver
Oliver
7 years 2 months ago

I’m with you Jessica. I take the products and I think they are wonderful.

andrew
andrew
6 years 10 months ago
“Cast not your pearls before swine.” is what the good book says… Some people just refuse to accept knowledge at any cost. Some people just never get it. I have personally witnessed people recover from stage 4 cancer by taking Glyconutrients (and they don’t have to come from an MLM company either). But you just keep focusing on those who are trying to make a buck. And maybe those people are just trying to make a buck… But for Pete’s sake, don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater! I don’t see chemotherapy doing much for the world except killing… Read more »
Luc
Luc
6 years 10 months ago

Andrew… have you ever heard of this thing called “science”?

chemotherapy does not work because you have never seen someone cured from it? But because you claim to have seen people being cured of cancer by taking glyconutrient, than you have “knowledge”? Your argument is laughable!!

can you show us one peer reviewed study, only one, that shows the benefits of glycunutrient?

pubmed search “chemotherapy” = 1985246 articles
pubmed search “glyconutrient” = 5 articles… (one of which is in glycobiology, a peer reviewed article, who call glyconutrient a “scham”)

good luck with the sugar rush!

Luc

Oliver
Oliver
6 years 10 months ago

Okay, so we know that everyone has problems with the MLM aspect of making money. Of course, it’s understood that the pharmaceutical companies are making drugs for posterity sake.

With all of the testimonies and scientific research, it is disingenuine and absurd to say that glyconutrients are ineffectual and have no place in our diet and overall wellness. Period.

Luc
Luc
6 years 10 months ago

I guess the problem is there is no scientific research… if there is legitimate evidence, why not present it to the crowd??
Scientific evidence is something that can be debated… testimonies can be fabricated… which one do you prefer?
Luc

Thomas
Thomas
4 years 1 month ago

there are thousands of peer reviewed science based papers out there get looking
the thing is if this works then whose the looser?

Marti
Marti
6 years 10 months ago
I fell off the real food wagon… (and landed on the sugar wagon) I was doing so well with health issues and weight loss that I thought an occasional cola or candy bar wouldn’t hurt…. well occasional became not so occasional… the sugar cravings are back! Anyway, when I saw my nutritionist the last time, she knew (before she saw the scale reading) that my eating habits had changed… she said my face was blotchy and red and I didn’t “look” healthy (I also gained about ten pounds) I also started having intermittent vision problems again and my pain levels… Read more »
Oliver
Oliver
6 years 10 months ago

Read the entire string. The testimonies are only a small portion of the “evidence.” There IS third party testing, peer reviews, as well as articles in distinguished periodicals.

I admit to taking the products, but other than that I have no “dog in this fight.”

luc
luc
6 years 10 months ago

Oliver,
keep taking the product, but don`t lie to yourself… there are no peer reviewed articles on the benefits of glyconutrient… none!
Why you think that there are may be in the fact that you beleive glycomics to be the same as glyconutrients…
it is NOT the same thing, and glycobiologists took the time to make this clear in the freely available article that I linked in one of my previous post…
keep taking them if you think that they are helping you, but anecdoctal evidence is only that… anecdoctal…
Luc

Cathy
Cathy
6 years 2 months ago

A very dear friend just passed away from cancer after avidly taking and promoting the use of phytonutrients for many years. Did these supplements actually CAUSE this cancer??

Sharon
Sharon
5 years 11 months ago

I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease this year and after taking Glyconutrients from Mannatech they cure me…They are amazing. Some people really need to get a life and stop bagging things they have not tried for themselves!!!!

Marlise
Marlise
1 month 13 days ago

Hi Sharon, which products did you use for Croh’s, I am have a friend that suffers from Crohn’s disease and I would like to find out which products to get for him?

Ginger
Ginger
5 years 10 months ago

This, and the people supporting it, sounds a lot like the MonaVie scam.

No one ever said placebo is always a bad thing. 🙂

Sharon
Sharon
5 years 10 months ago

As well as curing my Crohn’s Disease, it has also cured my Grandmother’s Macular Degeneration (Blindness). So I am obviously a very strong believer of Glyconutrients. Every cent well spent!!!

ThingSih
ThingSih
5 years 24 days ago

Sharon
I’m so glad your grandma cured her macular degeneration through glyconutrients.

How much glyconutrients did she take before she recovered from MD?

Did she take only glyconutrients and no other nutrients?

Deborah Andrews
Deborah Andrews
3 years 8 months ago

This is one of the issues with people who have serious illnesses and expect to take small amounts and survive cancer and worse. Dr Schlater in Nevada has a book out that details how with each disease that you want to improve more glyconutrients will be required.
This is similar to in medicine where larger amounts of medication often are used if the disease is more serous. If you have never used glyconutrients then do not proclaim that they are a scam for this is false advertising and lying.

Paul
Paul
5 years 9 months ago
Some might be a scam but are you sure your body can make polysaccharides (linked simple sugars)for example? In case you didn’t know, a complete cure of pre-cancerous and fully cancerous cervical lesions was achieved with synthetic polysaccharides called synthetic long peptides. It was published in New England Journal of Medicine. It also eradicated HPV from these women’s bodies. Interferon injections can achieve the same thing but less effective. However interferon injections with aloe vera propolis (polysaccharides) and b-complex achieved 100% cure rate after 6 months and no recurrence of the cancer or the HPV years after. This was on… Read more »
VeeJay
15 days 23 hours ago

Ever heard of glycogen? =oD

Paul
Paul
5 years 9 months ago

Okay polysaccharides are found in animals the active ingredient in aloe vera is aloe mucilaginous polysaccharide which is NOT produced in animals.

Margaret
Margaret
5 years 9 months ago
If you look at Mannatech’s own product materials, they acknowledge that primitive man who did not eat grains probably got all these essential sugars in their regular diet. This product is yet another solution to the inadequacies of a largely refined-carbohydrate diet. I am prepared to accept that might be true, but then isn’t the solution to eat paleo with a varied selection of fruits and vegetables and meat products (plus dairy for lactose) that would supply a better spectrum of essential nutrients? Maybe THAT should be our argument instead of trying to play scientist and speculate as to whether… Read more »
Sarah
Sarah
5 years 8 months ago

who ever wasted their time making this page is an ass!!! If you did your research properly you will know that glyconutrients are essential to the human body, its a simple as general knowledge and common sense so go and hate on some other bullshit products that really are a waste of money!

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Cinda
Cinda
5 years 9 days ago

Surprise, my daughter’s surgeon accidentally cut her esophagus 4cm and after they put in a gpeg in ICU the surgeon ordered Mannatech products given by the nurses and her esophagus grew back in 13 days which everyone said could not happen. Especially since she had esophagus cancer.

Look at Wake Forest technology and you will see what this technology can do.

Lets see – bladders take 8 weeks outside the body to grow and heart values about the same. Wonder how long anyone stayed on their products.

George Henderson
George Henderson
4 years 10 months ago

Some heated debate here. I took mannose for a UTI and it worked much better than cranberry. And everyone knows glucosamine works as advertised. So the real problems are 1) good research being over-simplified and oversold by zealots 2) “glyconutrients” being used by people who DON’T NEED THEM because their self-diagnosis skill is zero, therefore they don’t help, ergo “scam”.
3) as a previous commenter said, the modern non-paleo diet isn’t supplying these building blocks, so any “need” for these is contingent.

Josh
4 years 9 months ago

Mark, If you did just a tiny bit of research you would find there are thousands of studies showing these 8 sugars are having some amazing results. You honestly are not helping anyone by this post. Way to go ASS!

john
john
4 years 7 months ago
The fact that the state of Texas got a 7.5 million judgement against the company speaks volume. Add to the fact that the comapny had a market cap of $681 million in 2005 and now is at $10.6 million 2-27-2012. No other comapny is trying buy them. Don’t use the idea that big pharma is trying to surpress this – they could and would just do a hostile takeover for close to nothing.Check out the founders long history of fraud, yet the cronies at the comany are still taking huge amounts of money out. Not to mention that the IRS… Read more »
Bernie T.
4 years 2 months ago

Great Post, great article. It’s very interesting, not sure who it ‘totally’ right, however SUGAR is bad business, We get enough sugar in our diets, in fact too much. I cannot understand anything would be good by suplimenting sugar! It sounds like another MLM coming up with a clever name to make it sound legit & scientific.

Bernie T.
4 years 2 months ago

Interesting article, well written.

Gary
Gary
4 years 2 months ago

I used to follow your advice Mark but this article was a complete FAIL. You got owned – you need to research more before you try to tackle something you have no idea about.

Rob
Rob
3 years 3 months ago

Mannatech doesn’t claim to cure shit nor pretend to be a pharmaceutical company. So doesn’t do companies of sugary protein powder for bodybuilders.
You won’t see those companies being trashed completely into the ground.

Everytime Big Pharma is going to war is because they feel threatened. Otherwise they wouldnt give a fuk.

Oooh its not FDA approved!
You mean the same FDA that approved Aspertame and Fluoride in the water.

Jennifer
Jennifer
2 years 10 months ago
I started taking glyconutrients in 2004 when I was 28 years old. I had arthritis in my left hand, to the point where I couldn’t shake someone’s hand without my knees buckling. I also had tennis elbow in my right arm, so much so that I couldn’t fully extend my arm and it was tender to the touch. I had tried doctor prescribed remedies (or medications) for both, and nothing did the trick. I tried glyconutrients in Dec 2004 and my pains were relieved within 2 months. I’ve been on glyconutrients for almost 9 years now and I still suffer… Read more »
Joy
Joy
2 years 6 months ago
I don’t take Mannatech, and understand that it is difficult to make money in network marketing, but it can and is being done. You have to apply yourself, just like a regular job, and most don’t do that. Does this doctor spend as much time in picking apart the pharmaceutical drugs that he freely prescribes every day? Pharmaceutics kill tens of thousands of people a year in the United States alone. The reason there isn’t “science” behind a lot of natural products, although that is quickly changing, is because the Rothschilds and Rockefellers put their money behind the science of… Read more »
Joy
Joy
2 years 6 months ago

Synthetic drugs have been around for a little over 100 years, and have wreaked havoc on millions of lives. My mother was a grand experiment for the medical doctors, and died on over twenty medications. Don’t even try to tell me that natural doesn’t work, unless you have science to disprove it, which you don’t.

Jeff
Jeff
2 years 3 days ago

Why do u think glycoproteins are sugars ?

Rainer
Rainer
1 year 10 months ago
The products come with a 180 day Satisfaction guarantee, in SA it is 90 days because the law only allows for 90 days. There is no reason not to try the products. Ironically, everyone who does not use the products have something negative to say. I am a representative because I have seen the results people get when they use the products. The company has over 50 double blind placebo studies on their products, no other Health and Wellness company can make that claim. I can list a very long list of facts. These negative comments used to upset me,… Read more »
BamBam
BamBam
1 year 6 months ago

I say then make your own for 1/100th the price with out the binders.
http://www.healingcancernaturally.com/glyconutrients-substitutes.html

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