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— February 15, 2018

Revitalizing Natural Health Straight From the Garden

By Source Of Life
  • If there’s one thing all of us seem to want, it’s not only organic food but organic everything. According to the Organic Trade Association, organic sales totaled more than $43 billion in 2015. And while food still accounts for most of that spending, people are increasingly looking to buy organic whenever they can— including dietary supplements.
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It makes sense if you think about it. One big reason you buy organic is because you want to safeguard your well-being and that of those you care about the most by avoiding pesticides and other toxins. If you buy organic vegetables and fruits for that reason, why wouldn’t you want to purchase supplements based on these same fresh, wholesome ingredients?

What’s more, organic foods—and supplements based on them—provide nutritional benefits rooted in the nature of organic farming itself.

To understand why you have to realize that plants produce health-promoting phytonutrients to protect themselves against pests and diseases. Crops grown conventionally are coddled if you will: With everything they need provided to them, they don’t have to fend off attacks or work hard to draw nutrients from the soil. On the other hand, even carefully tended organic crops need to put more effort into growth—which means creating more of the phytonutrients that help people thrive, too.

That’s why organic is the way to go—and the cornerstone of a smart supplement plan is a high-quality multivitamin.

Living healthy isn’t always easy. Long hours spent out of the house mean that many people can’t eat homecooked meals based on fresh, whole foods every night; multivitamins help make up for any nutritional shortfalls that may result. In addition, many people find that taking a multi helps them maintain better physical and mental energy. More multis are available in organic formulations. But which one is right for you?

To find the multivitamin tailored to your own unique needs, come to the garden—the Source of Life Garden from Nature’s Plus.

Source of Life Garden products bring you the health-promoting benefits of such nutrient superstars as blueberry, spinach, broccoli, pomegranate, and sweet potato. Unlike yeast-based nutrients, which provide little, if any, antioxidant value, these whole foods help your body fend off cell-damaging free radicals—an important factor in maintaining peak overall well-being.

It also helps if an organic supplement line has products tailored to the needs of men and women. Source of Life Men is formulated with ingredients chosen to reinforce men’s well-being, such as pumpkin seed, tomato, and other nutrients that promote male reproductive system health. Source of Life Women contains ingredients such as maca, which promotes female vitality, and cranberry for urinary tract health. Source of Life Prenatal supplies moms-to-be with nutrients that support the health of both mother and baby during this special time of life. And brand-new Source of Life Family offers the first truly organic chewable suitable for adults and children. That isn’t the only new Source of Life offering. Nature’s Plus has added five other new products to this premiere organic line, including Source of Life B-Complex and Vitamin B12, Curcumin, Iron and Red Yeast Rice, in addition to tried-and-true standbys such as Source of Life Bone Support, Calcium and Vitamins C, D3 and K2. Besides being free of yeasts, allergens, and contaminants, all Source of Life products are free of gluten as well as GMOs. And they include live enzymes and synergistic cofactors found in naturally grown produce.

No matter what type of nutritional support you need, you find it in the certified-organic Source of Life Garden products from Nature’s Plus.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

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