Liquid Vitamins : The Wave of the Future
There are several excellent reasons for the change from pills to
First of all, pills are harder for the body to
digest and absorb.
In fact, as low as 10-20% of the nutrients taken
in pill form actually make it to the cellular level. That means
80-90% has to be eliminated by the body, which can be very taxing
on your system. It also means that for every $100 you spend on nutritional
pills, about $85 goes down the toilet. Liquid, on the other hand,
has an absorption rate up to 98%.
On page 1542 of the Physician's Desk Reference.
This is considered to be the "medical Bible" and my patients
know this to be a very reliable source. The bar graph that reveals
nutrients in a pill form are only 10 to 20% absorbed compared to
a liquid form which is up to 98% absorbed.
Secondly, pills are hard to take.
Children and senior citizens in particular have
a hard time swallowing the large number of vitamin and mineral pills,
tablets, and capsules that they need to maintain health. More and
more people are recognizing the need for supplementation of many
different vitamins and minerals. At the same time, more and more
people are getting fed up with trying to take a handful of pills
every day. Liquid is just easier.
Thirdly, figuring out what combination of pills
to take is difficult and confusing.
For example, if you take Vitamin E, you need zinc.
But if you take Zinc, you need Copper and Vitamin C in a certain
balance for the Zinc and Vitamin E to be effective. Being able to
take everything in a liquid form that is already balanced for you
just makes more sense.
Fourthly, there is a liquid vitamin/mineral product
already on the market that is tried, proven and obviously superior
to anything in pill form.
The testimonies that are coming in from customers are absolutely
astounding and the excitement is building. People are getting results
that amaze even their doctors. In fact, thousands of doctors have
used or recommend using this liquid product to all their patients,
from infants to senior citizens.