NUTRILITE® Supplement Recommender #HealthYourself (+ GIVEAWAY $800 Worth of Products!)

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Wouldn’t it be great if “An apple a day” really kept the doctor away? It’s not far from the truth, but as we all know by now – it’s actually much more complex to take charge of our health, even if we try to live simply. Personally, I feel like every day there is a new article about what is good for us and what isn’t – and it leaves it hard for me to believe who and what to trust anymore. From organic, to gluten-free, to vegan, to non-GMO, to paleo, to Atkins, to juicing for micronutrients, to counting your macronutrients, to points systems – my head is spinning. We try our best to feed ourselves and our families what is healthy – but when “healthy” changes seemingly with every new magazine article, and companies are often behind the marketing of new “natural” products, how can we know what’s missing in our diets?

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Science is a solid place to start, and usually the best place to find answers about your health and the health of your family. I feel like our vitamin cabinet (which I labeled with a cute little vintage “apothecary elixirs” printable!) is just constantly overflowing, and every time I stop at the drugstore I am picking up a new bottle of supplements that are supposed to be “good for us” – my husband is almost worse than I am at our little addiction. But then that afternoon drowsiness still hits daily, and I find my nails chipping along with my polish, and the shower drain gets clogged with my hair more often than it should. So all of these extra supplements, plus a relatively clean diet (I mean, if you ignore those peppermint brownies) and I am still seemingly missing nutrients from my diet – how is that even possible? More importantly, what can I do to fix it?

Unfortunately, most modern health care professionals are little to no help (in my opinion) when it comes to this topic. Unless you see a professional certified in nutrition, most doctors are not equipped with the best knowledge, or legally can’t offer advice on supplements – as many of them are not regulated by the FDA. In general, I’ve experienced the cookie-cutter rule of thumb response to err on the side of caution, or that more studies need to be done before any significant impact on health can be determined. I remember as a teenager, nursing a swollen ankle from cheerleading – my doctor advised me to not even drink chamomile tea, as it was unclear the side effects of many herbal and nutritional supplements. Ha! I can’t imagine my life (or my once-colicky babies’ lives) without chamomile!

This is why I am thankful to have found the NUTRILITE® Supplement Recommender. This scientifically-based tool is easy to use and identifies tailored options for supplementation. Instead of playing a guessing game of which supplements I should be adding to my diet, this has helped me to learn which are personally best for me. By answering a series of questions about my diet and lifestyle (some of them surprising!), I was provided with an individual game plan so-to-speak for taking charge of my health. The best part, in my opinion, is that I can trust the credibility. NUTRILITE® is a premium brand of supplements, and I feel confident that the research and efforts they put into their products are safe and beneficial to me and my family.

I was excited to find out what supplements will better improve my personal health, and I feel like I have a little more control over closing the gap between our eating habits and what I should be eating more often. I can’t wait to see the positive impact that the recommended supplements will have on my overall wellbeing. In addition to taking supplements, the tool also helped me to identify lifestyle changes I may need to make – like getting a little more sunlight each day (too much computer time!), making sure to keep my reproductive organs healthy while I am still in childbearing age (no, I have not been diagnosed with baby fever again just yet – whew), and trying to serve my family healthy fish for omega-3′s more often.

And lucky enough for my readers, you may receive a health boost as a gift from NUTRILITE® below! One grand prize winner will be randomly selected to receive a MyPack Supplement Pack. This prize is valued at $800.00 and includes men’s and women’s pack, perfect pack, heart health, immunity health, bone health and healthy aging supplements. The giveaway will run from December 2 at midnight EST to December 9 at midnight EST. Good luck!

Please leave a comment below this post: Did you find the NUTRILITE® Supplement Recommender helpful? What supplements were personally recommended for you, and how will this knowledge help you take charge of your health?

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Comments

  1. Rebecca Kolley says

    Everyone’s dream come true is to finally find the perfect nutritional package. Missjosidenise has sold me on this one! What a great concept the health questionnaire is! I have purchased way too many one size fits all products over the years and learned the hard way that sometimes that is more harm than good.

  2. Kim Curtis says

    I have been trying to go gluten free. I have not had red meat in over 10 years and would love to learn more about this concept. Thanks for a great informative post!

    • Josi says

      I am very interested in gluten-free lately and I have been doing a lot of reading about it. Not quite ready to make the jump yet but maybe soon!

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