After the age of 50 or so our ability to both digest and absorb nutrients declines steadily. This is due to many factors including consuming a diet of dead lifeless over-processed foods for past decades. This results in a lack of enzyme production in the stomach and an imbalance in the pH of gastric fluids. Under these circumstances taking a supplement in tablet form becomes less and less effective due to our inability to break them down. You may have heard of the old story about the septic tanks and how full they are with supplement tablets that passed through someone’s digestive system whole and came out much like they went in.
After many months of trial and error, we developed a system of liquid delivery to address all the issues of failing digestion. Firstly at a certain age we begin to lose the ability to produce enough natural stomach acid. This results is heartburn, bloating, and acid reflux. Instead of destroying what little acid might remain we should be increasing the acid in the stomach to better digest protein foods.
The next problem then becomes the ratio of one nutrient to another. In nature these ratios are present naturally but since our foods do not contain many of these nutrient any longer that ratio is often disrupted. A supplement that is designed to replace these nutrients must also consider ratios. You can take our Vitamin and Mineral Quiz FREE and Dr Whiting will call you after he receives it.
When we developed our liquid delivery system we first made certain that the potency of each nutrient was sufficient to meet the needs of the body in our lifestyles. Next we addressed the issue of ratios to ensure that the body had access to all the nutrients as nature intended. We then suspended these nutrients in a liquid delivery system, which we adjusted to a pH of 4.5 – the natural acidity of the healthy stomach. Through these steps we have been able to produce a supplement that can be enjoyed and will benefit anyone at any age. Watch my video Full Spectrum Nutrition and Multi-Vitamins and check back soon for exciting information about Arthritis Awareness Month coming soon.