Wellness Resources Daily Supplements!

I’ve become a huge fan of the Wellness Resources® supplements, especially the Daily Energy Multi-vitamin®.

In the past, I’ve taken vitamins that have made me nauseous, had no impact, and/or contained things that I really don’t think my body needs on a daily basis.  I actually went a few years without taking a daily multi-vitamin. But as I age, I know that my body needs daily nutrients to truly optimize my health on a cellular level.  After extensive research I found Wellness Resources. For the first time, I can actually feel the difference the Daily Energy Multi makes both in my body and in my energy level.
Daily Energy Mutiple Vitamin
You can listen to what Byron Richards (the founder and creator) has to say about the difference the Wellness Rources Daily Energy multi-vitamin® makes – and why.  Click here –> Daily Energy Multi <– and scroll down to watch his short video. (Or if you click the image to the left it will take you there, as well.)

What sets the Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin™ apart?

  • Superior quality multi-vitamin, highly absorbable*
  • Anti-fatigue nutrients for energy and stress relief*
  • Contains 100% coenzyme B vitamins
  • Includes thyroid support nutrients*
  • Excellent for men and women of all ages

Two capsules of Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin contain 533 mcg of the coenzyme forms of B12 (methylcobalamin and andenosylcobalamin) and 533 mcg of folic acid from co-enzyme calcium folinate.

Although that may sound like Greek, these are excellent amounts of true quality nutrients, providing support for nerves, red blood cells, mood, and stress. :) I don’t know anyone today that doesn’t need real help with dealing with stress.

Most companies use miniscule amounts of B12 (20-40 mcg) in their multiple vitamins and use the cheap form, cyanocobalamin, which produces a molecule of cyanide as it is metabolized, causing your body to expend energy clearing this toxin. The Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin contains the most absorbable form of each and every nutrient it contains.*

Daily Energy Multiple Vitamin contains special minerals that are chelated (bound) to other nutrients that your body likes to use. For example, they use a chelate of magnesium malate, as malic acid is a vital Krebs cycle nutrient that has been shown to be helpful in preventing muscle fatigue.

As malic acid is naturally drawn into a cell to support energy production it has the additional advantage of helping to transport magnesium into the cell. Magnesium is required for cellular energy production. This not only promotes delivery of minerals into cells, it provides cells with specialized nutrients ready to support healthy energy production. This is essential for both athletes and non-athletes alike.

Wellness Resources never uses the cheap forms of minerals, like magnesium oxide, as the oxide breaks apart in the circulation and uses up antioxidants.* You can rest assured that the finest ingredients and latest scientific research are behind each and every Wellness Resources supplement.

If you are under an immense amount of stress, or you are an athlete, consider adding the Super Coenzyme B-Complex to the Daily Multi for additional supprt. This will provide additional support for energy and stress.

You can link to these products from this link, or the banner above.

As always, please don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions.

~Kate

 

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  • Ginger May 27, 2011, 8:31 PM

    I was interested in taking the daily energy muliple vitamin by Wellness Resources, but wanted to be sure that it did not have any ingrediants in it that would interact with birth control pills. I had looked into the thyroid helper, but found that it possibly could interact with birth control pills. I am looking for something safe to take to help with energy and stress. Hoping you can help me out!!

    Thanks,
    Ginger Bell

  • CellularHealth July 7, 2011, 9:05 AM

    Hey Ginger,

    The daily energy multiple with Wellness Resources contains only whole food sources. Therefore, if your particiular birth control pill recommends you stay away from certain foods, let me know. Otherwise, you are good to go! :)

    Let me know if you have any more questions.
    Best,
    Kate

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