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Cytoplan - Food State and Wholefood Minerals & Vitamins

posted Feb 5, 2015, 5:45 AM by Kevin Davies   [ updated Feb 18, 2015, 4:37 AM ]
Food State Minerals & Vitamins from Cytoplan.

In sports, the need for quality nutrition for optimum performance is clearly understood, that's why we recommend the best from Cytoplan.
Cytoplan Distributor ID DK0019

Although we can all help ourselves with a well balanced diet, when that is not enou
gh there are supplements to hel
p us regain our zest for life or maintain health for ourselves and our family.

Are all supplements equal? Well Food state means they are more readily available to our body, the produce has been grown and nurtured in a Mineral and Vitamin rich envrionment.

The end result is that they help bridge the nutrition gap.

Free Delivery on orders over £25
My distributor ID is DK0019.

Priority order line 01684 310099.

And FREE Delivery with orders over £25.

They also offer an excellent web chat service.

What is Food State supplements?

Many food supplement companies use synthetic, isolated forms of nutrients just to keep their costs down.
We then think we are taking supplements and that should be all right, right? wrong...
The problem is that the nutrient found in nature is isolated from the food part. Synthetically reproduced, then added to so that it can be made into a tablet or capsule.
Clever nature adds co-factors (co-enzymes), a wrapper if you like, so that our bodies recognise the nutrient and help our body absorb and utilise it. We explain that as greater bio-availability.
If in doubt, just read the label. With non plant based supplements there will be big long names that you will need a phd in something to understand.
With greater bio-availability supplements are more easily absorbed through the digestive system and readily utilised. The co-factors of the food state minerals and vitamins ensure that the nutrients get to the right place where they are needed the most.
But I eat well, surely I would get all I need from my food?
well maybe... but probably not and here's why...
There is a book produced by McCance and Widdowsons for Public Health England called 'The Composition of Foods'. The latest edition is readily available from Amazon.
In it are details of the mineral and vitamin content of our foods. It gets disturbing when you compare today's edition to a 1950's one and the grim facts materialise that there is now a 60% to 70% depletion of mineral and vitamins from our food.
You need to look elsewhere as to why that should be and in the meantime, to get your levels back up to normal there are supplements.