Eating in modern day hectic and stressful times is sometimes confined to food that is prepackaged, frozen, canned and overcooked. The foods are also laden with artificial additives and have inadequate nutritional value. Over-cooked foods destroy nutrients while "fresh food" is often tainted with pesticides and chemical fertilisers.  


In modern day life, there are also more free radicals derived from environmental pollution, smoking and radiation from devices. The impact of stress, an unhealthy diet and pollution can cause problems to every major system in the body including heart disease, headaches, weight gain and others.  

As such, choosing the right nutritional supplement has become important!

With the right nutritional supplement, we can lessen the harmful impact to one's body and effectively repair prior damage. One of the best ways is to have a supplement with nutritious balance of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other essential nutrients to compliment your busy lifestyle.

Vitamins

They are essential nutrients for overall health, normal cell function, growth and development.
 
They can also:
🌟 Produce and release energy from food
🌟 Make collagen
🌟 Build proteins, cells and bones
🌟 Protect vision
🌟 Improve immune system

Minerals

They are essential nutrients needed for a healthy food.
 
They can also:
🌟 Maintain proper balance of water in the body
🌟 Play an important role for healthy bones and teeth
🌟 Stabilise protein structures that make up hair, skin and nails

Antioxidants

They protect body cells and tissue from free radical damage that cause degenerative diseases.

Greens, Herbs & Whole Food

🌟 Provide nutritional support
🌟 Aid in cleansing and detoxification
🌟 Promoting acid and alkaline balance in the body

Digestive enzymes and other components

🌟 Help improve the digestive system and enhance nutrient absorption
🌟 Bee propolis - act as a natural antibiotic
🌟 Lecithin - emulsify and break down fat 
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Multivitamins for the multitasker

References:

  1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Vitamins and Minerals 2011. Available at http://www.cdc.gov/nutrition/everyone/basics/vitamins/. (Accessed November 2013).
  2. Jayne R. Combating Stress with a Balanced Nutritional Diet. Available at http://www.stress.org.uk/files/Combat-Nutritional-Stress.pdf. (Accessed November 2013).

This information is provided by Groway for education purposes only. It should not be used to substitute medical diagnosis.

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