Do you ever wonder if your vitamins good for you? I have.
Most of my life I’ve been a terrible vitamin taker. I wanted to believe in the virtue of vitamins and minerals, but I never felt any different whether I was taking any supplements or not. As a matter of fact, the only thing that seemed different was the bright yellow color I left in the toilet bowl to remind me that the vitamins I just took were about ready to be flushed down the drain. Why take a supplement if my body doesn’t even absorb it?
It gets pretty old to hear about how supplements are foundational to health and listening to everyone explain why their vitamins are the very best. The ones I take are no different. They brag on their vitamin/mineral/omega pack, claiming they will change your life. So confident that you’ll feel different that they give you a full 30-day money back guarantee. Take them for a whole month and if you feel no better at the end, give them the empty bottles and they will give you back your money.
Still, I rolled my eyes. I’m all about the benefits of essential oils, but vitamins? Meh. I know we need them. I know we don’t get what we need in the food we eat, even if we’re eating super healthy. Food today isn’t the same as it used to be. Soils are depleted, seeds are contaminated, and the quality and quantity of the minerals and nutrients we need are just flat out missing.
After awhile, I started hearing reports about people taking these vitamins. They were all from people I didn’t know: Nighttime restlessness disappearing. Eyesight improving. Pain decreasing. All sorts of crazy things. I blew them off. For all I knew, they were all a bunch of crazies.
But then a friend, who had problems sleeping, said she started sleeping soundly after she started taking them.
And then another friend said she could feel a huge difference in energy and alertness after only a couple days on them.
And then a relative texted me to say her energy level increased massively and she started dropping extra pounds effortlessly … yes, by taking them.
And finally a friend who struggles with fairly deep, dark sad felt a shift as the sadness lifted within the first week of being on them.
I can blow off ‘stranger’ reports, but it’s harder to blow off people I know that are telling me amazing things about the differences in their lives. So, after about a year, I finally gave in and tried them for myself. And you know what? They’re not like ANY vitamin I’ve ever tried before. I, too, can feel the difference.
They are a set of vitamins, minerals, essential oils and omegas. They’re made from real food. No ingredient in any of these supplements is synthetic. Just honest to goodness real food that our bodies can metabolize and use.
The company insists that nature can teach us if we listen for clues. For example, most vitamins on the market contain Vitamin E, right? But did you know most vitamin products use synthetic Vitamin E? Naturally occurring Vitamin E contains EIGHT different compounds, yet most supplements contain only ONE of those compounds (and usually that is in a synthetic form which our bodies can’t metabolize). Our company, however, decided that if Vitamin E has eight compounds in nature, they were all important. So, they kept all eight of them intact and use real, whole vitamin E in their product.
Things like this are what make a big difference. Enough of a difference that they are the companies best seller. And comes with that 30-day guarantee.
If you want to know more details about what is in these supplements hit the “Contact Us” tab at the bottom of this page. We’ll be happy to tell you more about them.
Oh and by the way…that yellow color in the toilet bowl I mentioned? Yep, it’s non-existent with these. All the vitamins I take now stay in my body, helping me make up for the deficit in the food of our modern world.
If you’re ready see what all those missing whole-food nutrients can do for you, let me know. I can set you up with a risk-free 30-day experiment of your own. What do you have to lose? (Well, besides some weight, some aches and pains, some restless nights, some lethargic afternoons…and, well, you get the idea…)