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Whole Food vs Synthetic Vitamins

Synthetic vitamins are less active biologically than whole food vitamins, thereby reducing any beneficial effect they may have. They may actually cause nutritional deficiencies because they do not have all the co-factors normally found in whole food vitamins. If the foods you eat do not contain the co-factors needed to complete its action it will draw them from your body. A synthetic vitamin looks like the real thing, but does not function like the real thing. Most health care professionals will tell you to take natural whole food supplements, not synthetic. Even pet food manufacturers don’t use synthetic vitamins.

Whole food supplements contain the total complex nutrients for proper absorption, and maximum utilization for optimum nutrition. They are much easier to assimilate, and are almost completely utilized by the body, and show no adverse effects. Food looses nutrients through processing, and contains chemical additives. The average American consumes 6 pounds of artificial chemicals a year, and studies show that our children have 300 artificial chemicals in their body. Scientific evidence links nutrition to disease prevention, and its likely 80% of all cancers come from environmental toxins.

You can have a healthier life, and feel good! Get the vitamins that say natural whole food that contains vitamins, chelated minerals, probiotics, and vegetable enzymes. Your body can tell the difference! The synthetic will be cheaper, but per energy unit, or per use the whole food vitamin is cheaper!