Providing a Variety and Richness of Nutrients Not Sold in Stores
Most doctors would agree with the statement "Eat a variety of fruits and vegetables for better health."
Why do doctors offer such advice? Because natural, whole fruits and vegetables (along with modest amounts of natural meats and fish) contain the key to healing, prevention and energy.
But HOW REALISTIC IS IT TO EXPECT MOST PEOPLE TO TAKE THIS ADVICE?
Not very. Why?
We live in a time where most people are eating for taste, texture, smell, presentation and convenience. All are poor reasons to eat. But the marketing companies are really good at promoting these reasons.
We should all be eating for one main reason only: Nutrient value of our food. Eat to Live not Live to Eat.
But how do I get the nutrients that I need. First and foremost taking the advice of eating a variety of fruits and vegatables. Unfortunately for most of us this is not enough due to depleted soils and modern farming techniques. This is where taking whole food supplements is a great way to get these vital nutrients that we are not getting in our food.
WHY NOT JUST GO TO THE GROCERY STORE?
Another reality check. Most people just won't get the foods they have to have to address their nutritional deficiencies.
If they go to the store, they aren't likely to buy and eat the variety they need.
AND, even if they are eating vegetables, the local grocery or health food store is unlikely to carry the specific types of foods that are in whole food supplements.
NutriPlex's (one of the supplement brands we carry) whole food ingredients are gathered from around the world for their nutrient value. They go above and beyond your average produce aisle in terms of nutritional impact.
THE BEST INGREDIENTS GATHERED FROM AROUND THE WORLD
Here are some ingredients from NutriPlex products you're not likely to find at the local supermarket:
Acerola cherry, from the Amazon rain forest, high in vitamin C (in Flavo-C)
Dandelion, often on your lawn but rarely at the grocer, high in potassium and minerals (in Caro-C, Green Nutrients + more)
Cereal grasses cut at the jointing stage when the green plant is most nutrient-dense
Liver, which is rarely served but used to be a household staple, high in iron, minerals and vitamins B and A (in GTF Complex + more)
Wild pansies which are very high in rutin, a critical bioflavonoid to support small blood vessels and produce collagen (in Flavo-C + others)
There are many other examples ~ ask your Valeo practitioner for recommendations.
NUTRIPLEX WHOLE FOOD SUPPLEMENTS ARE PACKED WITH NUTRIENTS
What could be better than offering these foods in a pill or powder so they'll never end up in the back of their refrigerators.