Those anti-oxidants you mention haven't been scientifically proven with reliability to be any more effective than the ones found in other fruits and vegetables.
And get your story straight - are you in the Xango distributorship business or not? You sure sound like one. Xango distributors stand to gain more income from recruiting more distributors rather than selling the product. From your rambling, you also come off like a used-car salesman.
Additionally, in order for fruits and vegetables to have an effect, try EATING them rather than relegating them to a third class food group.
In conclusion, I can qualify Xango as a scam because I have tried it with no beneficial health effects.