Testing Nutritional Supplements

Vitamins, All the same?? 

No, in fact they are not. That bottle of vitamins you bought at the health food store may be a total waste of money. Worse, you may be placing your confidence in low quality, inadequate junk. Yes, salesmen and scientists will argue that what is promised on the label of the bottle is delivered, and they do this with no proof but the niavete of we consumers who assume several things.

For example:

1. Is the amount of the nutrient, vitamin or whatever on the label delivered in fact to the body?

2. Is it delivered in usable form to the body?

3. Is the nutrient or vitamin compatible with this (my) body?

4. Does this body need this nutrient/vitamin?

5. If this nutrient is needed, how much is needed?

6. Does this nutrient actually create balance, improvement, or some form of good for this body?

7. If indeed there has been scientific proof that the nutrient delivers the goods and those goods help certain conditions, how does that make it true for me??  

You’re looking at 6 bottles and brands of B vitamins on the shelf, how do you know which one, or any one? Worse, your best friend is all over you with some MLM product that will change your life and his pocketbook, what do you do? No we can’t deny his Aunt Mary’s miracle with the stuff, but how does that make it true for you??? 

Oh this is a mess! We live on assumptions that a “for profit” industry is truly selling us the best, we all want good health and to live energetically the good long life, and we all want it easy, inexpensive, and without any sacrifice! Well, that’s pretty normal. My 30 plus years of testing nutrition for quality, desirability by the body, and appropriate dosage absolutely deny that we can count on industry to take proper care of us, that we need any certain nutrient, and that we can assume anything about what we take from a bottle and ingest in these high hopes.

You can escape this guessing game.

What are the fundamentals?

It is all energy. Using energetic tools of measurement we can evaluate the quality of any substance we want to put in our body. We can assess the need and desire of the body for the substance. We can determine proper amounts of the chosen substance. We can determine compatibility of the substances with all other factors of our health.

Nutrition in supplement form can be expensive. In this culture with the depletion of our foods, the processing of them, the contamination of our food and environment and the endless list of chemicals that befoul the body, we are in need of supplementation to achieve our highest good.

So the fundamental of it is:  1. Is it any good? 2. Is it good for me? And if so 3. How much do I need? 

And beyond mere survival and living, what can be done to enable our energetic, fully able, long life?