Saturday, July 11, 2015

The World's 11th Richest Man Worth $32 Billion Admits To Taking Controversial IQ Boosting Pill. But Does It Really Work?

Ahmad's water front property in Miami is valued at a whopping $24 Million.

Could This Be The World's Most Potent Brain Power Enhancer? 
You probably have never heard the name Ahmad Sali before. Originally from the United Arab Emirates, Ahmad is a reserved, humble individual who just happens to also be the world's 11th richest man. A shrewd real estate investor and brilliant negotiator, Ahmad has accumulated his wealth by developing commercial property around the globe.

In a "world's wealthiest men" CNN special, Ahmad was interviewed and revealed something very intriguing. Asked about his daily routine. Ahmad revealed he's been taking a cutting edge "IQ Boosting" supplement for the past 2 years he says has led to signficant boosts in overall mental performance. According to Ahmad, since taking the supplement his "creativity, problem-solving and focus have increased significantly". He also says it is no coincidence that the last 2 years have been by far the most profitable for him amassing a huge $22 Billion in real estate sales. With such a rave review from Ahmad - we simply had to learn more about this supplement.

As we researched, we began to see that this supplement has been quickly gaining traction around the world. Celebrities and entrepeneurs alike are believed to be taking the pill with the full scale public release expected shortly. The company and product is calledAlpha ZXT. The site claimed that Alpha ZXT contained a very unique formulation of natural vitamins and minerals which together unlock untapped parts of the human brain. Our resident brain scientist Dr Raqif conducted his own independent analysis of the supplement and his findings seemed to mirror Alpha ZXT's claims. According to Dr Raqif, "he's never seen a food based supplement deliver such a profound upward lift in brain function before".


Anonymous said...

How come this Ahmad Sali isn't anywhere online when I google him. Forbes doesn't mention him at all on the billionaires list or anywhere else?

Adebowale Adisa , Maimi , FL said...

Google said you couldn't find him because you are hiding your own identity by signing off as Mr Anonymous just like the Oil magnate in Miami is doing. same thing ..Reveal your name and he will appear on your search.