Now more than ever, people are striving to live healthier, more fulfilling lives.
Yet everywhere we turn, new challenges threaten to sabotage our efforts. Sleep deprivation, pollution, the onslaught of harmful free radicals, addictive fast foods — and their empty calories. These are taking an alarming toll on our health.
Studies show that many of the fruits and vegetables we eat today have a significantly lower nutritional value than the same produce grown just 25 years ago. Soil depletion, commercial farming methods and premature harvesting are key factors in this decline — and our busy, on-the-go lifestyles, supported by regular doses of fast food, also contribute to poor nutrition.
Even if we try to practice healthy eating and keep up our intake of fresh fruits and vegetables, we may not be getting the nutrients we need.
A comprehensive approach, combining nature’s wisdom and modern technology, is needed to provide a simple yet comprehensive system of balanced nutrition — for life.
Good nutrition is an essential part of a healthy and enjoyable life.
Hippocrates, the father of medical science, said, “Let food be your medicine.”
Good health holds the key to optimal wellness. More and more Americans are becoming aware of this fact, and are taking their health and their nutrition into their own hands. Today, nearly three out of five consumers purchase dietary supplements. They’re seeking the nutrients that are vitally important for staying healthy — ingredients that contribute to fitness, youthful energy, good health maintenance and help in fending off the advance of aging.