Assuming you may not be the 'pill-popping health nut' type, you'll find this is a great, simple way to discover what a well-designed supplement can really do. The components of a properly combined supplement can perform more than just a single task. Plus, many nutrients work far better when in combination with others (the fancy, scientific word is 'synergism').
Apple cider vinegar has a (very) long history as a digestive aid. However, many people don't fully appreciate just what that means. Poorly digested food can putrefy in the gut, causing bloating and discomfort; but, it can also mean that food is not entirely assimilated, making it more difficult for the 'energy factories' of the cell (mitochondria for you big word types) to utilize. One solution in such a situation is to just shunt those calories off and store them as fat (eek!). However, when digestion is enhanced, the body is more satisfied with the food on board, and subsequently requires less of it (and you can feel that as a decrease in appetite!). Plus, as an acid supplement, it helps kill invading organisms that cannot survive in such an environment...all-in-all, pretty neat stuff.
Blue-green algae is one of the kings of the 'nutrient dense' world. As one of the 'green foods' (like spirulina, chlorella, etc.), it is about the most concentrated form of whole-food nutrition available. What's more, it is about as close to 'predigested' as you can get, meaning less effort on the part of the body to assimilate it and use it for energy and repair.
Kelp, is more than just plain ol' seaweed: it's the ocean's gift of a super-rich, easily absorbed source of iodine, a mineral very often under-supplied in today's refined, processed food supply obtained from depleted soils. We could go on for a hundred pages on the benefits of iodine, but suffice it to say that kelp is a great support for tired thyroid glands, which can cause fatigue, depression, sluggishness, and, of course, weight gain. A healthy thyroid, for many, many people, is a total game-changer.
Lecithin is commonly called an 'emulsifier', meaning it helps blend foods together that might not ordinarily be too 'mixable'. Its effect is particularly noted on fat, with an amazing ability to dissolve it from those hard to lose areas of the body.
Bromelain is an enzyme, meaning it acts as a 'speeding up' agent for performing necessary biochemical functions in the body (that's 'catalyst' for those hot-shot word types!). But, again, it does more than that: it's a digestive aid, inflammation-fighter, promotes weight loss, wound healing and can even help with allergies (imagine it mixed in with everything else!).
You top all that off with a dose of Vitamin B-6 ('pyridoxine', for those academic types). This water-soluble vitamin regulates the activities of at least 100 enzymes that are essential for healthy thyroid function, carbohydrate and fat metabolism and control over cortisol production (one of our stress-handling hormones), which helps reduce stress and maintain optimal health.
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Suggested Use: Adults take two capsules before each meal.
CAUTION: Consult a physician or licensed qualified health professional before using this product if you have, or have a family history of thyroid disease or if you are taking medication or have a medical condition. As with any dietary supplement consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product, especially if you are under medical supervision.
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