Vitamins were discovered at a time when technology was not nearly as advanced as it is today, and only a handful of plant nutrients were identified as the “vitamins” that one would find in a daily supplement. Today, more sophisticated technology has identifited over 25,000 plant nutrients, called “phytonutrients”, that our bodies can benefit from. The handful of isolated vitamins that are available are just a small part of that bigger story.
I don’t believe in isolated supplementation for long term daily usage. People are not vitamin deficient. They are whole food deficient. Not enough people are choosing to get 90% of their calories from phytonutrient rich plants, especially fruits and vegetables.
So I recommend, and have taken for 17 years, a product called Juice Plus+. This is the only product with an entire body of human clinical trials that show the efficacy of the product improving health markers such as immune system, cardiovascular system, less inflammation, and overall better antioxidant status in the blood.
Watch the “Bridging the Gap video” on this new site we are developing, and talk to your Juice Plus+ distributor, or click here, to order. I recommend the orchard, garden, and vineyard blends as they provide a rainbow spectrum and variety.