Mental health is a delicate balance of feeling good in our body and feeling good about life. Maintaining a healthy weight and enjoying a steady energy is important. A good weight helps us feel good inside and having enough energy to accomplish our goals and tasks each day creates a healthy dose of self worth.
Two products that should be in your first aid cabinet for steady energy, good mood and healthy weight are Energy and Weight-less.
Energy gives you, as its name implies, a quick boost in energy and stamina. Ultra minerals calms the nervous system and nourish every cell in your body. Apple extract provides a boost in your body's fuel- ATP. When you need to feel centered and 'grounded' reach for Energy. Take one to two capsules a day or as needed.
Weight-Less turns on your fat burning metabolism for energy, facilitates the healthy assimilation and digestion of carbohydrate rich foods, reducing the risk of insulin spikes, and strongly neutralizing free radicals that cause inflammation. Weight -Less first thing in the morning and before meals mellows your mood and provides a boost to your energy level. Take one to two capsules 15 minutes before meals.
Low on energy yet need to push on? One capsule of Energy to lift you up. And finally, when you do eat or snack or two– take a capsule of Weight-less that will enable you to handle a sugar without the sugar overload and energy crash.
Energy has 70+ plant based minerals and apple extract that provide the missing life force in our diet. It is 100% absorbed!
Weight-less is a combination of powerful seaweed extracts and 7 Keto to uplift energy and mood.
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We have developed our products based on scientific research and/or the practical experience of many healthcare practitioners. There is a growing body of literature on food based nutrition and supplements and their application in support of our health. Please use our products under the advisement of your doctor.
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