How To Improve the Effectiveness Of Any Health Supplement

Have you ever wondered why some people don’t “believe” in supplements? Maybe you’ve even had the same trepidation about supplements as many people do. Or, your family and friends laugh at you when you recommend that they take a certain supplement. I understand this frustration and that’s why I do my best to educate you and talk about the elephant in the room today…..

There are a bunch of reasons people don’t believe in supplements or why some supplements don’t work for some people. I’ll get into some of these reasons here. But let’s start with one of the most common reasons, shall we? One of the main reasons people don’t “believe” in supplements is because they had a bad experience with them. For example, buying cheap supplements filled with sub-optimal ingredients. Like many of the supplements that populate store shelves at your local grocery store. I won’t sugarcoat it ~ Many of these supplements just don’t use quality ingredients. They contain more fillers and many don’t consider the absorption of the nutrients inside them, which can make them ineffective.

Let me give you a quick example:

Taking magnesium can help with a calcium deficiency. Magnesium helps your body absorb calcium. If you aren’t getting enough magnesium, taking a calcium supplement won’t help you restore your calcium levels. But taking more magnesium with it helps your body absorb more calcium. That’s just one example of many and it’s a big reason people think all supplements are ineffective. Even an embarrassing amount of doctors don’t believe in supplements because of this reason! It’s the classic case of one bad apple spoils the bunch.

To make matters worse…

Even if a grocery store supplement has high-quality ingredients, if they don’t account for the absorption factor, you’re wasting your money. Absorbing nutrients isn’t only a problem for supplements. You don’t absorb as many nutrients from your food either. And this is extra important in today’s world ~ because modern agriculture depletes the nutrients and micronutrients in everything you eat.

For example:

A carrot today only has a third of minerals compared to a few decades ago. And this is only one example in an exhaustive list. It’s almost impossible to get all the nutrients you need from your food. That’s why everyone needs to supplement…even if you eat a perfect diet!

Here’s why I bring it up:

It’s possible to absorb more nutrients from both your food and the supplements you take. When your body gets more nutrients, you can reverse any nutritional deficiencies you have. The result? You improve your healing ability. Your energy skyrockets and you become one step closer to achieving optimal health. But how do you absorb more nutrients in your food and supplements? One way to do this is by taking a powerful product called “Abzorb“.

Abzorb contains enzymes, probiotics and ozonated magnesium oxides, specially formulated to promote optimum nutrient absorption from food and supplements. Here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:

First, Abzorb cleanses the lining of your small intestine. This is where nutrient absorption occurs. Inside your small intestine, there are hair-like fibers (called microvilli), which trap nutrients, absorb them through your intestinal wall, and make sure they get into your blood. But years of poor diet and other environmental factors cover these fibers with “sludge” like yeast, bile, food debris, and parasites, which make them ineffective. By cleansing the lining of your small intestines, these hair-like fibers increase absorption and prevent “sludge” from piling onto them in the future.

If your gut isn’t healthy, you will not be healthy–it’s that simple

Second, Abzorb increases healthy intestinal microflora (probiotics) that work to reduce and prevent the growth of bad bacteria in your small intestine. Again, these bad bacteria in your gut accumulate due to poor diet (high in sugar, refined carbs, and alcohol) and medications (like antibiotics and antacids). When you have too many bad bacteria compared to good bacteria, you might experience:

  • Gas and bloating
  • Diarrhea
  • Cramps
  • Food intolerances
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Diabetes
  • Vitamin deficiencies
  • Fat malabsorption

And perhaps worst of all bad bacteria hinders proper nutrient absorption by metabolizing nutrients before they can be absorbed, and causing inflammation in your intestine. Abzorb helps balance the good and bad bacteria in your gut, so you can avoid the problems above.

Third, Abzorb helps you maintain a healthy pH balance. Too much acidity thwarts your own digestive enzymes to process nutrients for absorption. And this is where indigestion, a slow-as-molasses metabolism, weight gain, candida, fatigue, and hormonal imbalances wreak havoc on your body. By maintaining a healthy pH, you’ll improve your digestion and further enhance your nutrient absorption.

And Abzorb uses a special technology for its capsules. These capsules are time-released and acid-resistant — without containing any dangerous GMOs, chemicals, fillers, or binders. A supplement is only as good as its delivery system. And like all the other supplements in the Life Enthusiast store, I only add the best-of-the-best supplements to our online store.

If you’d like to order a bottle of Abzorb and see for yourself if it improves the absorption of all the nutrients in your food and supplements, you can place your order using the link below:

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