09 Jul High ORAC MultiVitamin: Packed With Anti-Inflammatory Nutrients
Can taking vitamins and other supplements really give you more energy? Based on the results of numerous research studies, the answer is “Yes!”
“Our lives have changed in many, many ways: from the foods we eat, to the way we are born, the way we spend our days, and the environmental stressors we are exposed to.”
– Tieraona Low Dog, MD
In fact there is a strong case for the fact that one of the biggest contributors to our modern health crisis is the food we put on our plates and the lack of essential nutrients it provides. Inflammation and fatigue are just a few examples of the afflictions of the stress of modern life: family and financial problems, increased work load, lack of physical exercise, insufficient rest, poor diet, environmental toxins, electromagnetic radiation…In fact, the role of epigenetics and biochemical individuality in successful treatment of complex and recalcitrant conditions is simply exploding!
Your body depends on optimal levels of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients to run its metabolic pathways, or the biochemical reactions that produce energy. And most people are simply not eating the types or quantities of fruits and vegetables and healthy meats and fats to produce the needed nutrition. Even when diet is optimal, medications, physical, emotional, and environmental stressors can significantly deplete our nutritional stores.
Certain supplements have been shown in a number of randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled, clinical studies to increase energy and decrease fatigue. The High ORAC Multivitamin contains over 50 nutrient sources providing a comprehensive multivitamin with calcium, magnesium, along with Vitamin B6 from P5P, Vitamin K2 from MK-7, folate from 5-methyltetrafolate. Formulated in a base of ORAC-rich antioxidants from Resveratrol, Alpha-lipoic acid, Turmeric, N-acetylcysteine and organic berries.
*ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity. ORAC is a revolutionary new way to measure antioxidants and their ability to stop free radical damage. The ORAC system was developed by world-famous Tufts University and is now used by scientists internationally.