LifeSource Vitamins Adult Gummies are perfect for those
adults who want a different and fun way to take their vitamins. If you don’t like swallowing pills, these are
for you. They taste great and are a
great way to ensure you are getting an essential intake of the key nutrients
your body needs.
Our Adult mixed fruit gummies (Orange, Cherry and
Strawberry) have no artificial flavors or colors; we do this from the fruit we
use. Not Synthetic Dyes!
Take a Multi? Multivitamins simply ensure your body is
getting the proper intake of vitamins and minerals that are needed to make your
body operate efficiently. Multivitamins
also effectively fill in nutrient gaps that we all have from today’s lifestyle
and our diets. This is extremely
important to help support overall health and wellness.*
Fact: It is definitely not surprising that most (90%
or more) of Americans do not meet their recommended daily intake of vitamins
due to their diets, but here is the really surprising part, even the
individuals who eat their suggested/recommended daily servings of fruits and
vegetables still do not receive their proper daily intake of vitamins and
minerals that are needed for our bodies to operate efficiently. How is this? Our modern processing,
mass production and the way we cook or our food gets cooked for us have been
found to be far less nutritious than in years past. To put this into
perspective, it takes several more cups of fruits and vegetables today to equal
one cup of that same fruit or veggie from just 50 years ago.*
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Fact: Why do we need Multivitamins? There are numerous carefully controlled health
and food studies have shown that by the time the food makes it to our tables we
have lost sometimes as much as 50% of the nutrients of the particular foods we
are eating. yes, 50%! *
Why Take Vitamins? Do We Really Need to? This is the single most asked question
we get daily.
Answer: From Bruce Brightman, Founder of LifeSource Vitamins: The answer is YES! Without a doubt. Let me ask
you a question. How is it that every form of cancer known worldwide is higher
than ever in the United States, yet we have more prescription medications than
ever, which are a whole other story? Our food is the main reason. Here are some
reasons why. Our soils have been farmed so much the soil has lost the majority
of the nutritional value that is needed for our vegetables to be beneficial for
us. Lastly, they add pesticides and other chemicals, add all of this together,
and then we really have problems. So the same tomato we are eating today is not
nearly as nutritious as that same tomato from 10 years ago. Now we move onto
our beef and pork. They are filling our livestock full of growth hormones to
help them grow bigger, faster. Faster to market, so to speak. Then you add the
feed that they are feeding our livestock is not nearly as nutritious due to our
soils being depleted, so they are not as healthy. They are minimizing the
growth time for these animals drastically, it is not healthy for them and it
surely is not healthy for humans.*
With our poultry, this
is really scary; they have cut in half the growth time of these animals with
chemicals. This is really a huge issue for the US. Another huge concern is
their living conditions being so sub-standard. Not healthy for the poultry, and
again, not healthy for us to consume. Lastly our fish. We can sum this up with
one word; pollution. Our waters are terribly polluted. We have unbelievably
high amounts of mercury, which are found in numerous fish that we eat every
day. Our pollution governmental regulations in the US are getting better, but
not practiced around the world. This is a worldwide problem, not just in the
US. Now we see that we have fish farms, they seem to be great right, well maybe
not. They have thousands of fish in small areas in numerous cases. Too many
fish in a small confined area is not healthy. Also, with these farm-raised
fish, they are not finding Omega 3's in these fish, which is perplexing. Again,
this emphasizes the importance of an Omega 3 supplement.*
All the above being said this is exactly why
you need to consider certain supplements. The multivitamin would be the most
important supplement. But not just any supplements. They cannot be synthetic,
which is what you will find at mass retailers. When it costs more to produce a
simple gumball than it does for your vitamin for the day from these mass
retailers, then there may be a problem. How do they do this; inexpensive and
non-effective ingredients. They also use heat processing, which heat kills most
nutrients and makes them virtually ineffective. This is where the bad publicity
comes from with regard to supplements and how they go right through you. Whole
food multivitamins are the only way for them to reach your bloodstream, which
is essentially is how they become effective.*
By now you are probably wondering what is left
to eat? Well, there are still some great choices out there. There is a plethora
of organic stores out there that have great beef, poultry, pork, and fish. You
pay a little more, but your health is certainly worth it.
JAMA Recommends a
(JAMA stands for the
Journal of American Medical Association, the foremost authority on
The American Medical Association
is advising all adults to take at least one multi-vitamin per day-a reversal of
their long-standing anti-vitamin policy.
According to Drs.
Robert Fletcher and Kathleen Fairfield of Harvard University, scientists'
understanding of the benefits of vitamins has rapidly advanced. It now appears
that people who get enough vitamins may have a lower risk of some common
chronic illnesses as cancer, heart disease, and osteoporosis.
comprehensive review of vitamins was about 20 years ago. It concluded that
people of normal health did not need to take a multivitamin. JAMA advised that
people can get all the necessary nutrients from their diet. Only pregnant women
and chronically sick people may need to supplement their diets with certain
At that time, the
knowledge about vitamins was just beginning to expand. The value of folic acid
in preventing some birth defects and heart disease was not yet known.
Researchers hope that JAMA's endorsement will encourage more people to take
Health experts are
increasingly worried that many American adults are not consuming enough
vitamins in their diet. Almost 80 percent of Americans do not eat the
recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables a day to provide essential
"It's nice to see
this change in philosophy that's saying we can make public-health
recommendations based on this really compelling set of data," said Dr.
Jeffrey Blumberg, chief of antioxidant research at Tuft's University's Jean
Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging.
Blumberg said the JAMA
recommendations underscore a concern among nutrition experts that recommended
daily allowances for many vitamins are too low. RDAs were originally
established to prevent symptoms of vitamin-deficiency disorders. But the evidence
is growing that higher levels of many vitamins are necessary for optimum
Dr. Robert Fletcher agrees. "All of us grew up believing that if we ate a
reasonable diet, that would take care of our vitamin needs. But the new
evidence, much of it in the last couple of years, is that vitamins also prevent
the usual diseases we deal with every day-heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis
and birth defects."
Because foods contain
thousands of vitamin-like compounds that may be important for good health,
vitamin supplements should not be a substitute for a wholesome diet.
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statements have been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to
diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. As always, consult your physician
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