All Foods Are Not Created Equal

In June of 2002, a landmark study in the Journal of the American Medical Association, using thirty-six years of data, concluded that everyone needs daily supplements - regardless of age or health. 

It's almost impossible to be healthy without them. 

Yet, more than half the U.S. population doesn't supplement. Those who do receive few benefits.

It's difficult for your body to use synthetic supplements created in a laboratory and manufactured in a factory. 

As little as 4 to 10 percent is absorbed by the body, with the rest passing through the kidneys, making expensive urine.

What matters is how well your body absorbs the nutrients into the bloodstream. 

It's not what's in your vitamins - it's what vitamins end up in you. 

This separates a good supplement from the Amazon and grocery store cheapies.

That's why it's important to get your nutrition from food. 

The vitamins and minerals found in vegetables and fruits are easily assimilated by your body and in the right proportions. 

Yet, all foods are not necessarily created equal. 

In this day of processed foods and depleted soils, it's hard to get the daily nutrition your body needs.

Fortunately, there is another answer. To read more, Click Here.
Paul Eilers is an Independent Member of The AIM Companies™