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- Better sleep
- Better skin
- Reduced stress and anxiety
- Reduced cravings
- Reduced aches and pains
- Normal cholesterol and blood pressure
- Weight loss
- Most of these whole food vitamins contain far less nutrients in one pill than the Pops
- The cost is very similar
- You have to take 3 or more a day, I found one that says 4, and at $40 for a bottle of 90, the math is not that great
- If you want an energizing for the morning, that's great, but try to find one for the evening
- Many of these products are in tablet form, using soy as a binding agent
- If you need a specific vitamin, you have to buy those separately
- Some have Lactose, since when do veggies have lactose in them?
- Many of these provide the least amount of information as possible
Pops have natural food source vitamins, and gelatin/water to make up
the capsule no added bonding agents, no other stuff to make them look
good. You can put them in food and eat them, they don't taste/smell
bad. You can put them in a smothie, you only need 1 a day, unless you
take both the purple and green. Then it is 1 purple in the am, 1 green
in the pm.
- They do not offer eating plans, diet plans, or
any other form of support to the consumer as to ways to live better and
eat better. It's like buying diet pills hoping they will make you lose
weight without changing anything, then you wonder why you are not
In my opinion, I would rather take something that has people standing behind it. People who have tried them and give their honest reviews of them. I like the idea of finding someone who not only markets them, but also uses them. I want to take something that has been around for more than 6 months. The fly-by-night companies are out there. Whatever is the "deal" at the time, everyone wants to jump on board, make a quick buck, then run when it's over. Think Atkins, Acai Berries, Cabbage Soup Diet. Call me crazy, but I don't want to be the guinea pig for big corporations who make whole food vitamins just to fill in the gaps of their company not selling the cheap synthetics anymore. I will stick to my Pops myself.
Whatever vitamins you decide on, do your homework. What's in them? How much is a serving? How long has the company been making them? What other products do they make? Are there REAL people who are taking them willing to share their experiences with you? Good & Bad? Anyone can say "these are great, take them" Companies pay people to say things like this. Watch commercials, results not typical, paid reenactments, ect. If someone was willing to pay me to say something, I would say it. I do not get paid to say "Take the Pops", I take them myself. I believe in them, and I stand behind them. They are not "miracle" pills. They are designed for real people with real lives who have a hard time eating right all the time. They help fill in the gaps. If you eat burgers all day, you are missing out on vitamins your body needs. The Pops help to give you those.
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Are Whole Food Vitamins Better Than Regular Vitamins?
By: Ben Adams
A lot of people have been wondering and asking whether whole food vitamins are better than regular vitamins. Many experts have tried to answer that question based on different premises, different studies and different researches. But this article is the only one that will give you a straight-up, no frills answer and that is: YES whole food vitamins are better than regular vitamins. Of course the next question that comes after is, WHY are whole food vitamins better than regular vitamins?
Here are a few reasons why:
Whole food vitamins make you feel great and look great because it contains all natural vitamins and not the synthetic, laboratory-created vitamins. Whole food vitamins also help you lose weight and give you more energy to go through your day.
Recently, researchers and experts have been peddling the benefits of having a diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and seeds. Having these in your daily regimen, they say, lowers the risk of getting cancer, heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure. But in order to get the sufficient amount of vitamins and nutrients it is advised to not only have fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and seeds present in your everyday diet but to also take whole food vitamins along with it. The significant antioxidant properties of vitamins, minerals and raw enzymes found in whole foods has previously been taken too lightly but is now proving to be a real life saver.
In order to reach the prescribed amount of vitamins and nutrients, like lycopene and beta-carotene, intake per day you would have to consume enormous amounts of food that you may not have the stomach to handle. For example, the required daily dose of lycopene is equivalent to 10 tomatoes and that is plenty enough to make you full without having enough room for other food offering other essential minerals and nutrients too. Whole food vitamins, on the other hand, allows you to achieve the prescribed daily nutritional requirement because each pill you take contains the sufficient amount of vitamins and minerals that you would otherwise be unable to get.
Whole food vitamins compared to regular vitamins is made of dried fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains and seeds that have been pounded and turned to a powdery form and then placed in a capsule or shaped like a pill. Regular vitamins are synthetic vitamins that are not natural and are nothing but artificial concoctions by chemists in laboratories. They are not a product of nature and are therefore not as healthy as the natural vitamins you can get from raw food. Synthetic vitamins are designed right down to its molecular structure to imitate the molecular structure of a natural vitamin. This means that regular vitamins are stripped of the "life giving" enzymes present in raw foods and whole food vitamins.
Minerals and calcium supplements are made from rocks, corals and industrial mineral compounds. Would you want these things in your body? The truth is these compounds may not even want to be in your body in the first place because these types of minerals are in a raw form, which the human body may not absorb. Eve though these raw minerals are being treated to make it less coarse, its effectiveness is still questionable and whether it is being properly absorbed is still unknown. Aside from that, long term benefits from synthetic calcium and other minerals are also unknown. Whole food vitamins and minerals on the other hand are made from all-natural REAL food that naturally contains calcium and other minerals. Whole food vitamins and minerals is the safer, more effective alternative to regular vitamins.
The human body is designed to receive and process nutrients that come from food and not synthetic supplements. Regular vitamins contain synthetic materials or ingredients that the human body may not agree to and may not be able to absorb and process properly. Although regular vitamins have never been tagged as a culprit for man's many afflictions, just the fact that it is an unnatural creation and is alien to our body is enough reason for me to fear it. Whole food vitamins are the only vitamin supplement that is 100% safe because it is 100% natural.
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ER DETOX PROGRAM STARTS SOON!!!
What is it?A 4-week jumpstart on weight loss. Plus a body tune-up. So your body can handle the holiday cheer
Do I have to do Fat Burn first?
No. Detox is a great way to start a weight loss program. It’s designed to get rid of “false fat” caused by toxic buildup. It makes it easier to develop brand new eating and drinking habits.
If you’ve done Fat Burn, a Detox tune-up makes your body more efficient in burning fat. Helps break through weight loss plateaus.
Either way, Detox takes your body on vacation. It:
- Helps release the toxins caught in tissues and fat cells..
- Cleans out metabolic waste - like cleaning out your fireplace at the end of winter...
- Helps pinpoint food sensitivies...
- Helps you let go of addictions. Gets rid of false fat brought on by toxic buildup
- Rejuvenates skin and other organs
Will I be hungry?
YOU will be in control of what you eat and drink. Most people are amazed that they never feel hungry, even during the juice fasting part.
You’ll eat so that your body feels light, not hungry. It’s a rejuvenation plan that restores the body. NOT calorie restriction that depletes the body.
How long is the fasting part?
The fast is optional. It’s a 5-day guided juice fast – after you have prepared your body during the previous ten days. Vegetable and fruit juices during the day, warm broths at night. With superfoods as necessary.
Juice fasting is a pretty aggressive cleanse, but the rewards are commensurate. It gives you the opportunity to reprogram your cells to create a new blueprint. Replacing sick, tired and addicted with fit, strong, and in control.
Here’s an overview:
|Days 1-10:||Solid food cleanse – primarily vegetables and fruits. |
Protein and fat as necessary. Some grain if appropriate.
Elimination diet to begin to pinpoint food sensitivities
Preparation for fasting
|Days 11-15|| |
Optional juice fast
|Days 16-30|| |
Transition to next cycle
Taking vitamins and supplements by pill has long been advocated by doctors and nutritionists in the health world - particularly in the realm of natural or holistic health. Unfortunately, many people take the wrong approach to ensuring their body gets the vitamins and nutrients it needs. What many don't realize is that the human body works best when digesting whole foods that include all the important vitamins - not just the vitamin itself. Thankfully, whole food vitamins and supplements can provide a healthier and better way!
When reading that Vitamin C found in many citrus fruits and vegetables helps to boost the immune system, you might be tempted to rush out and buy the latest Vitamin C tablet at a local discount or drug store. But when taking Vitamin C as an isolated vitamin, your body is missing out on a more complex source of nutrition that is produced only through consuming whole foods. In other words, it's not just the Vitamin C that contributes to a boost in your immune system or other health benefits; it's the entire process of eating and digesting whole foods. This process can only be matched by taking whole food vitamins and supplements.
What are Whole Food Vitamins?
Whole food vitamins are just the opposite of synthetic isolated vitamins. They are high-density concentrates of real whole foods processed by drying the whole foods and turning them into a powder form, which is then encapsulated so we can take the food as a pill. Whole food supplements contain all the cofactors and micronutrients found in whole foods, thereby providing a more complex source of nutrition than the vitamin supplements created in a lab.
With more than 25,000 different micronutrients, or cofactors, being contained in whole fruits and vegetables, it's no wonder citizens in our Western society find it difficult to consume the number of nutrients needed for optimal health. And synthetic vitamin supplements simply don't meet the complex nutritional needs of the body as do whole foods. By consuming whole food vitamins, you are getting the vitamins your body needs and providing an easy way for your body to process these vitamins. In a world of fast food and processed meals, these can be a lifesaver!
The Creation Process Makes a Difference
Whole food vitamins and supplements are produced through a unique process of culturing and fermentation, which makes the nutrients more easily digestible. This process also creates even more nutrients, probiotics, and enzymes to benefit the body. Many isolated vitamin supplements or synthetic vitamins actually pull nutrients from the body while being processed. These may also cause your body to store unprocessed nutrients that cannot be absorbed properly (sometimes at toxic levels), or the unprocessed nutrients may simply be passed out of the body unused.
Why Veggies? Because they are a prime source of "co-factors" - the term professionals use to refer to vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients the body needs to process food. Co-factors are crucial for absorbing nutrition from food, making fuel for energy, neutralizing stress, and aging gracefully. Even the low carb fanatics know they have to eat veggies with their meat, fish, eggs or cheese. Otherwise, they get stuck and have bad breath. Our bodies can't break down the proteins in meats well enough without co-factors. Not only do poorly processed proteins clog us up, but they cause leaky gut - holes in the intestines that bacteria make, as they gobble up the rotting protein lodged in the intestines.
A leaky gut allows foreign substances to pass into the bloodstream and land in joints. This results in inflammation and joint pain. It causes the immune system to start misfiring and the skin to break out in unsightly acne, lesions and scabs. Sometimes, what leaks through causes toxic growths and arterial plaque. Soon, diseases emerge, like allergies, arthritis, acne, osteoporosis, lupus, even cancer and heart disease.
Not having enough cofactors causes cravings
- the body's cries for missing nutrients. Cravings remain until the body gets what it's looking for, or becomes too exhausted to look. When we eat junk food like sugar, alcohol, any white grain (white bread, white rice, most pasta), or other refined food like soybean or corn oil, the body has to scrounge for co-factors. It steals them from bones, organs, muscles and other tissues. It does that so that it can at least use the junk food for fuel. This puts off death, but not for very long.
"But I hate veggies," people say.
"The only ones I like are French fries and ketchup. Fruit makes me fat… Do beans count?" Or, "I can't eat fruit. I’m diabetic." Or, I don't have time to cook veggies. They just rot in my fridge."
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