"I eat well so I'm getting all the nutrition I need, right?". I have heard this hundreds of times and find it disheartening that I have to answer "no" each time.

Getting all the vitamins and minerals our body needs on a daily basis from the foods we eat today is almost an impossible task. For dieters, it is even more difficult if they are lowering their caloric intake.

Studies have also shown that the food we eat today is not as wholesome as the food our parents ate. Insecticides and other chemicals have depleted our soils of natural beneficial microbes and fungi that help plants absorb soil minerals. The fruit and vegetables grown look great and contain normal calorie levels but lack the trace minerals that give them real nutritional value.

Scientist have identified 84 different minerals that we need for optimum health, however only 8 minerals are added by fertilizers. A lack of specific minerals in our diet have been shown to increase susceptibility to diseases such as heart disease (magnesium), cancer (selenium), diabetes (chromium) and mental illnesses (zinc). Dr. Linus Pauling, the two-time Nobel Prize winner, said "you can trace every sickness, every disease, and every ailment to a mineral deficiency."

Taking nutritional supplements is a must. However, popping one multi-vitamin per day isn't going to do it.

You need to get the right amount of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fats, carbohydrates and proteins each day to satisfy your body so that it can function at an optimal level. If you don’t meet your body’s daily requirements, you will simply crave more food, and more of the wrong foods (i.e. high sugar, high fat, high salt) in order to get what your body wants.

Whey Protein

A good meal-replacement whey protein drink or protein bar should play a role in meeting your daily nutritional needs and satisfying your hunger.

Whey protein is rich in essential nutrients, and is a complete, high-quality protein, and a natural source of the essential amino acids (building blocks). Whey is an excellent source of calcium, magnesium and vitamin D.

The health benefits of including whey protein as part of a nutritious diet are huge as long as you are taking a quality product.

How Do You Select a Quality Product?

If you are serious about your health, do not sell yourself to the lowest bidder. Quality products cost more.

I know you can buy the book that compares 1500 supplements and use that as the bases for your purchase decision. And that is a great place to start.

My suggestion is that you take the supplements for a couple of weeks or a month and ask yourself ...

  • Do I have more energy?
  • Am I sleeping better?
  • Is my mood better?
  • Do I feel anything different?

If the answer is NO, they're not working!

It doesn't matter if they're ranked the best supplements on the market. If you don't feel a difference, they aren't working for you.

I have personally been taking Isagenix products for over 4 years now for the simple reason that for me they work, and I have never felt better. I’ve don’t catch colds or get sick even when people around me are coughing and sneezing.

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