My Mother of All and the case of MOA

Pop, pop, clink. When this beauty arrived on my doorstep my first words to my mum were “we used to pop Moet but now we’re popping MOA“, joking aside arriving in a cardboard box with beautiful branding on the front the bottle itself is was an explosion of magic.

In case you’ve never heard of MOA, it’s a 34 super-food clean nutrition drink from the finest products sourced from around the globe.  Winner of a US prestigious award ‘The Stevie’ for its contribution and accomplishment to the health and pharmacy sector. 

One of the ingredients is a Mataki mushroom, which costs £4,500 per kilo. PER KILO! That’s more than the cost of gold! Amazing eh? This stunning super-food drink not only is made from exotic and fabulous ingredients it contains no additives or preservatives it’s 100% clean.

So Laura what’s your point? My point is it arrived and with a price tag of £26 my mum looked at me and went “are you kidding, for that?” as she rolled her eyes. She knows I’m a marketer’s dream and would try anything to lose weight or to have a healthier life.

After the eye rolling exchange I began to explain the anti-inflammatory properties the super-foods produced due to the high level of antioxidants it presents. Yeah yeah yeah she said again rolling her eyes. 

She’s seen it all potions and lotions, pills and everything, see she suffers from osteoarthritis in her knees and really struggles with the pain and some days it affects her movement. I looked at her and said please just try it (knowing full well how great it would be for her) she agreed. So with a morning shot and an evening shot she set off the beginning of the week on her MOA voyage. 

A week on and she’s come off the 20 or so pain relief tablets she was taking, because of this she says she’s no longer feeling spaced out. She enjoys the peppery kick and genuinely looks forward to her two shots a day! The best part of it all, she’s noticed the pain has decreased. 

She shook off the shock of the price tag for the benefits that this seriously powerful stuff has been having on her – I asked her to give some feedback (as if she was some food critic – which she lapped up) and this was her response: 

I thought that it [the MOA] was going to be another one of these things that say it creates world peace and feeds all the third world countries – making false claims left, right and centre.

It really is amazing stuff; I particularly enjoy the peppery kick and look forward to my shots. We’ve added it to sauces to get our superfood intake which is great for those with children who worry about them getting the benefits of eating 5 a day.




Not only am I enjoying MOA but I’m also feeling other benefits besides the reduction in pain in my knees. I feel healthier and more alert.  Alongside this, my mood has greatly improved. My immune system already feels more robust.  Working in an office full of sniffles and sickness I’ve managed to avoid it this time and I know it’s down to the MOA. I’m getting two shots of pure goodness into my system a day, I feel more energetic through now with the nutrients, which aren’t found in an everyday diet.

I’ve also noticed a slight drop in my weight, not a huge drop but a noticeable drop – without even changing my diet when I’ve read up about the ingredients in MOA I’ve noticed Agave not only has anti-inflammatory properties but can help with weight loss too! Another bonus for MOA.

I can’t recommend this enough and know that this had replaced my prescribed prescription indefinitely

Next up, trying MOA on my best friend’s mum who has Fibromyalgia. What’s she got to lose? She’s constantly in horrendous pain and if it works for my Mum it might work for her too. Want to give MOA a shot? Order it here.

 Alternatively, you can purchase directly through Paypal here

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Edit: I’ve continued the analysis of my Mum’s progress in another post all about how she’s getting on 6 months on, you can read it here

48 thoughts on “My Mother of All and the case of MOA

  1. Chantelle

    How did your friends mum get on with the Moa? I’m considering getting some but I’m really dubious about "health drinks" in general. I know my liver functions normally so I don’t need something that ‘detoxes’ me but the ingredients seem to actually be beneficial!

    1. Hi Chantelle,

      She’s getting on really well with it. She’s in less pain and feels less groggy. It’s also helping with her depression too. I’ve really researched into MOA and I know that they were turned down by 10 different manufacturers as the company refused to send powdered ingredients and wanted to only use fresh, raw ingredients.

      I’ve been drinking it and I’ve felt so much energy, I’ve dropped weight and because the mix of ingredients is so fantastic I’ve not had a bad back too. I’d totally recommend it!!

  2. Becky Williams

    Hi,

    How is your mum and her friend doing? Are they still drinking the MOA?

    1. Amazing – she’s totally off all medication now and just drinks MOA – has seen a massive improvement in mobility and overall health she’s a massive advocate of it.

      You can get it from here doll >> http://bit.ly/1Twic2Q

  3. Hi Laura! when I started reading this post I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t heard of MOA before. Once I’d stopped chuckling at the ‘eye rolling’ exchange between you and your lovely mam, I was really interested in reading about the health benefits to the point I would probably try some. Can you tell me how many servings or ‘shots’ you get in a bottle? cheers 🙂

    1. June, she loves it!!! You get 28 shots out of a single bottle which is enough daily but my Mum takes a shot in the morning and a shot in the evening so she goes through 2 bottles a month x

  4. Hi Laura! when I started reading this post I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t heard of MOA before. Once I’d stopped chuckling at the ‘eye rolling’ exchange between you and your lovely mam, I was really interested in reading about the health benefits to the point I would probably try some. Can you tell me how many servings or ‘shots’ you get in a bottle? cheers 🙂

    1. June, she loves it!!! You get 28 shots out of a single bottle which is enough daily but my Mum takes a shot in the morning and a shot in the evening so she goes through 2 bottles a month x

  5. Hi Laura! when I started reading this post I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t heard of MOA before. Once I’d stopped chuckling at the ‘eye rolling’ exchange between you and your lovely mam, I was really interested in reading about the health benefits to the point I would probably try some. Can you tell me how many servings or ‘shots’ you get in a bottle? cheers 🙂

    1. June, she loves it!!! You get 28 shots out of a single bottle which is enough daily but my Mum takes a shot in the morning and a shot in the evening so she goes through 2 bottles a month x

  6. Hi Laura! when I started reading this post I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t heard of MOA before. Once I’d stopped chuckling at the ‘eye rolling’ exchange between you and your lovely mam, I was really interested in reading about the health benefits to the point I would probably try some. Can you tell me how many servings or ‘shots’ you get in a bottle? cheers 🙂

    1. June, she loves it!!! You get 28 shots out of a single bottle which is enough daily but my Mum takes a shot in the morning and a shot in the evening so she goes through 2 bottles a month x

  7. Hi Laura! when I started reading this post I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t heard of MOA before. Once I’d stopped chuckling at the ‘eye rolling’ exchange between you and your lovely mam, I was really interested in reading about the health benefits to the point I would probably try some. Can you tell me how many servings or ‘shots’ you get in a bottle? cheers 🙂

    1. June, she loves it!!! You get 28 shots out of a single bottle which is enough daily but my Mum takes a shot in the morning and a shot in the evening so she goes through 2 bottles a month x

  8. Hi Laura! when I started reading this post I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t heard of MOA before. Once I’d stopped chuckling at the ‘eye rolling’ exchange between you and your lovely mam, I was really interested in reading about the health benefits to the point I would probably try some. Can you tell me how many servings or ‘shots’ you get in a bottle? cheers 🙂

    1. June, she loves it!!! You get 28 shots out of a single bottle which is enough daily but my Mum takes a shot in the morning and a shot in the evening so she goes through 2 bottles a month x

  9. Hi Laura! when I started reading this post I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t heard of MOA before. Once I’d stopped chuckling at the ‘eye rolling’ exchange between you and your lovely mam, I was really interested in reading about the health benefits to the point I would probably try some. Can you tell me how many servings or ‘shots’ you get in a bottle? cheers 🙂

    1. June, she loves it!!! You get 28 shots out of a single bottle which is enough daily but my Mum takes a shot in the morning and a shot in the evening so she goes through 2 bottles a month x

  10. Hi Laura! when I started reading this post I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t heard of MOA before. Once I’d stopped chuckling at the ‘eye rolling’ exchange between you and your lovely mam, I was really interested in reading about the health benefits to the point I would probably try some. Can you tell me how many servings or ‘shots’ you get in a bottle? cheers 🙂

    1. June, she loves it!!! You get 28 shots out of a single bottle which is enough daily but my Mum takes a shot in the morning and a shot in the evening so she goes through 2 bottles a month x

  11. Hi Laura! when I started reading this post I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t heard of MOA before. Once I’d stopped chuckling at the ‘eye rolling’ exchange between you and your lovely mam, I was really interested in reading about the health benefits to the point I would probably try some. Can you tell me how many servings or ‘shots’ you get in a bottle? cheers 🙂

    1. June, she loves it!!! You get 28 shots out of a single bottle which is enough daily but my Mum takes a shot in the morning and a shot in the evening so she goes through 2 bottles a month x

  12. Hi Laura! when I started reading this post I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t heard of MOA before. Once I’d stopped chuckling at the ‘eye rolling’ exchange between you and your lovely mam, I was really interested in reading about the health benefits to the point I would probably try some. Can you tell me how many servings or ‘shots’ you get in a bottle? cheers 🙂

    1. June, she loves it!!! You get 28 shots out of a single bottle which is enough daily but my Mum takes a shot in the morning and a shot in the evening so she goes through 2 bottles a month x

  13. Hi Laura! when I started reading this post I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t heard of MOA before. Once I’d stopped chuckling at the ‘eye rolling’ exchange between you and your lovely mam, I was really interested in reading about the health benefits to the point I would probably try some. Can you tell me how many servings or ‘shots’ you get in a bottle? cheers 🙂

    1. June, she loves it!!! You get 28 shots out of a single bottle which is enough daily but my Mum takes a shot in the morning and a shot in the evening so she goes through 2 bottles a month x

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