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Likely Deficient? If You Don't Supplement Your Diet with Nutrients ... You Bet You Are! The USDA Admits it!

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Likely Deficient? If You Don't Supplement Your Diet with Nutrients ... You Bet You Are! The USDA Admits it!

Every five years, the United States department of agriculture releases a new addition for dietary guidelines. In these guidelines, the USDA includes a comprehensive chart that reveals the amounts of nutrients that Americans are consuming. They gather this data by surveying tens of thousands of volunteers who report their daily food diet. This is a subjective study, but better than nothing!

But what is important to be aware of is the fact that research has shown that people tend to over-estimate their consumption of healthy foods while under-estimating their intake of fast food and processed foods. Therefore, the results that the USDA Report are likely to under estimate the amount of vitamins and minerals!

In the most recent addition of the USDA dietary guidelines report, out of 8500 from the first survey and 7027 from the second survey, about half of all Americans are getting amounts below the estimated average requirement for adequate intake levels of potassium, dietary fiber, choline, magnesium, calcium, and vitamin A, D, E, and C. Iron is also listed as deficient in adolescent girls and women who are still menstruating. Numerous forms of vitamin B our listed as vitamins being marginally consumed by only half of all Americans.

These are almost all the Vitamins!
Vitamins A, B, C, D & E!

And if you really want to grasp the full meaning of what this says, you need to know that the standards of the “estimated average requirement“ and the “adequate intake level“ are far less than known levels of nutrients for optimal health. This also doesn’t take into account nutrients needed to counteract modern day environment toxins, genetic variability, and unhealthy gut, medical illnesses, medications which interfere with nutrient absorption, rising stress levels and sleep deprivation, and so forth.

Why doesn’t the USDA recommend we supplement our diet with nutrients?

Imagine yourself being part of a government agency that is taking some form of responsibility for the American people as a whole. Now imagine telling the public that they need to take a host of nutrients to support their diet. That in and of itself is a huge problem with ramifications difficult to comprehend.

There would be a plethora of questions asked that would put the government into quite a predicament – and one they might not ever be able to renege on. “Why?" ““Which Ones? “What Type?“ “How Much?“ “How do I afford them?” And so forth! It would be the start of a government nightmare. Offering diet recommendations is a lot safer and certainly doesn’t hurt!

The USDA dietary guidelines is actually a complete document describing to the American people what nutrients they are deficient in and making recommendations on how to change their diet in order to get better nutrition at basically a third grade level. It’s better than nothing at all, and offers some good guidance. However, there is no admission that they are well aware their guidance is emitting a valuable recommendation – essential nutrient supplementation!

Those of you reading this right now are the people who want to go beyond the understanding of a third-grade level on nutrient and hormone supplementation. You are the very ones who can benefit from understanding more about what more advanced researchers are discovering and uncovering every day.

But imagine first the difficulty that any government agency has in committing to any particular type of supplement. Nothing occurs before and extensive number of years of an American derived study, Medical Societies and Big Pharma's interests considered, and any other agency with an interest first approving the recommendations.

Imagine the NIH or the USDA admitting that the best supplements we could take are pharmaceutical grade nutrients and Bio-identical Hormones! The vast majority of the population would say… “Huh? What?“

Fortunately, the information you need is easily available in blogs like this one and you have what you need to make the right decisions for yourself!

Choosing the Right Nutrients 

Now you understand why supplementing with nutrients is so important.

Savvy Sisters Super Support is a professional grade nutrient support that was specifically formulated with trusted ingredients for best health and wellness. It includes exactly what you need and when you need it with 2 packs (morning and evening). Certain nutrients are better to take in the morning and others at night for a restful sleep. 

And with all of the choices that are available it may seem difficult to choose and by the time you are done gathering what you need it can get costly! 

Best Nutritional Supplements. Trusted Ingredients for Best Health and Wellness Programs.

SAVVY SISTERS SUPER SUPPORT Essential Nutrient Packets

Let's Review WHAT'S INSIDE!

Packets Include 2-Month Supply of:
1.  MULTIvitamins and minerals at the right doses in the most bioavailable and absorbable forms for your absolute baseline nutrient foundation. 

2. Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids which the body can not make on its own: 600mg EPA and 400mg DHA with additional 1000mg fat soluble Vitamin D3 and K (both K1 and K2-MK7). 

Omega-3 keeps bones healthy! Omega-3 supplementation with long-term aerobic exercise is beneficial in reducing inflammation and increasing bone mineral density in post-menopausal women.

Vitamin D is one of the vital vitamins for menopause because it’s necessary for healthy bones. This is because it helps bones use calcium and phosphorous.
Studies found that a deficiency in vitamin D is associated with cardiovascular disease.

Aside from its role in decreasing the risk for osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease, vitamin D may also ease anxiety, depression, and other low mood symptoms menopausal women typically experience.

Vitamin K is a fat soluble vitamin which plays an important role in bone health. For this reason, it’s especially important for postmenopausal women as it helps prevent a decrease in bone mineral density.

Studies found that vitamin K1, when co-administered with minerals and vitamin D, may substantially contribute to reducing postmenopausal bone loss.

Furthermore, additional studies suggest that a continuous combination therapy with vitamin K2 and D3 may be useful for increasing vertebral bone mass in postmenopausal women.

3. Curcumin at high dose 1000mg in highly absorbable form in a light-protected dark capsule.Turmeric and especially its most active compound curcumin have many scientifically-proven health benefits, such as the potential to prevent heart disease, Alzheimer's and cancer. It's a potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant and may also help improve symptoms of depression and arthritis.

4.  CoQ10 In the already reduced form (Ubiquinol) at 50mg in a light-protected capsule. If you haven't started CoQ10 what are you waiting on?! And make sure it's the REDUCED form called Ubiquinol! Health conditions like heart disease, brain disorders, diabetes, and cancer have been linked to low levels of CoQ10. CoQ10 is present in EVERY cell of your body. However, the highest concentrations are found in organs with the greatest energy demands, such as the heart, kidneys, lungs and liver. 

5. Essential Amino Acids - which the body depends on for immune cells, neurotransmitter balance and hormone production. These are the Essential Amino Acids your body can not make on its own.


See what's in each packet!

  • Savvy Sisters Super Support is a Dietary Supplement containing Essential Nutrient Packets for your Morning and Evening Supplemental Health.
  • Directions for Use: take one a.m. packet and one p.m. packet, five days per week, or as directed by your health care practitioner.
  • Over $300 worth of supplements in convenient Morning and Evening Supplement Packets.

(By the way, this is a big box - 7 in. x 7 in. x 5 in.)

All divided into convenient packets

 - 1 packet taken twice daily, 5 days per week.  No more opening multiple bottles or getting tired of taking pill after pill!  Total convenience! Total confidence!

----- Good Morning!
Start each morning with a multivitamin, Omega-3 with D&K, Amino Acids and CoQ10. 
------ Good Evening!
End your day with a multivitamin, Omega with D&K, Amino Acid and Curcumin.

Start feeling the difference in just a few weeks! 

New to Savvy Sisters Super Support! Because you can always make things better!

In 2020 we made a couple of small changes to Savvy Sisters Super Support. New and Improved at the SAME GREAT PRICE! Remember this is over $300 if you buy them individually! 

Now Double Dose!

CoQ10 continues to be the reduced form Ubiqunol but we have doubled the dose to 100mg!

Benefits of CoQ10

CoQ10 seems to help treat heart failure by improving heart function, increasing ATP production and limiting oxidative damage.

When applied directly to the skin CoQ10 can reduce sun damage and increase antioxidant protection. Supplementing with CoQ10 may also help decrease the risk of skin cancer.

CoQ10 seems to help prevent and treat migraines, as it increases mitochondrial function and reduces inflammation.

Exercise can be affected by oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction. CoQ10 can help lower oxidative damage, promote exercise capacity and decrease fatigue. 

Supplementing with CoQ10 can help increase insulin sensitivity and improve blood sugar levels. 

CoQ10 plays a critical role in the protection of cell DNA and cell survival, both of which are strongly linked to cancer prevention and recurrence. 

CoQ10 has been shown to protect brain cells from oxidative damage and reduce the action of harmful compounds that can lead to brain disease.

CoQ10 can reduce oxidative damage and inflammation that results in diseases of the lungs. 

Vitamin E is now TOCOTRIENOLS instead of TOCOPHEROLS. Why?

Vitamin E is now TOCOTRIENOLS instead of TOCOPHEROLS which is not only what is in most Vitamin E supplements and MVI supplements but TOCOTRIENOLS have now been shown to have significant benefits over the TOCOPHENOLS. 

Research has found that only tocopherol can correct vitamin E deficiency, which suggests that tocopherol is the form of vitamin E that the body needs to function efficiently.

Tocotrienols target specific free radicals and sources of inflammation.

Research has found that attacking these targets could offer the following health benefits:

Protecting the Brain

Some brain health conditions, including dementia, Alzheimer’s, and other forms of brain decline, are linked to free radical damage.

Tocotrienols may be able to fight a specific inflammatory factor that is related to brain health problems.

A 2014 study reconfirmed that the antioxidant activity of tocotrienol provides protection from free radical injury to brain cells.

Some research also suggests that tocotrienols may help fight Parkinson’s disease or slow the course of the disease.

Improved heart health

Tocotrienols can reduce or reverse inflammation and free radical damage that undermines heart health. Tocotrienols can also reduce the power of other cardiovascular health risk factors, including the impact of high cholesterol on heart health.

Reduced risk of cancer

Tocotrienols may reduce the risk of cancer by fighting free radical damage. Some studies also suggest that this form of vitamin E can slow the growth of cancer cells. A 2013 study found that tocotrienols could promote the death of breast cancer cells in the lab.

Research has also found that tocotrienols play a role in fighting liver, colon, prostate, lung, stomach, skin, and pancreatic cancers. Some studies suggest that gamma and delta tocotrienols may be more effective at fighting cancer than alpha and beta tocotrienols.

Preventing osteoporosis

Tocotrienols can help prevent and reduce osteoporosis-related bone loss. People who already have osteoporosis can also benefit from tocotrienol. Tocotrienol may support bone growth, helping the body replace bone that has been lost to osteoporosis.

Improved gastrointestinal health

This can reduce acidity and prevent the development of painful lesions. Tocotrienol was especially effective at fighting the effects of stress on the gastrointestinal system. 

Hair and skin health

Some cosmetic and skin care product manufacturers include both tocopherol and tocotrienol in their vitamin E products. Because tocotrienol is an antioxidant, it may help reverse or slow skin damage due to free radicals.

Supplementation is intended to bridge the nutritional gap, so that we maintain the proper balance of nutrients from food and supplementation. This will enhance the nutrient density of your diet and make sure you are obtaining the right amount of nutrients tailored to your dietary needs.

As we age, malabsorption becomes a problem because our body doesn’t have the same capability to break down and absorb nutrients as it used to. The production of digestive enzymes, which breaks down and absorbs nutrients from your food, naturally begins to decline the older you get. 

You may also be taking more medications than you did when you were younger. Most modern medications actually deplete essential nutrients. Supplements can help restore this imbalance.

Here are 9 reasons why you should take supplements daily:

1. Our food source isn’t as whole as it once was, and our daily requirement for fruits and veggies has doubled in the past 15yrs.

2. Supplements are a natural way of boosting your immune system and a cost effective way of keeping yourself healthy.

3. Supplementation helps to transport and feed your muscles. It also helps to counter any minor or major deficiencies you may have. A common one being Vitamin D.

4. They keep your body and hormones balanced.

5. Supplementation provides anti-oxidants (like vitamins A,C and E) that we can’t get 100% from food.

6. Most medications deplete essential nutrients and in this age of pharmaceutical drugs, supplements help to restore balance.

7. Supplementation may aid in preventing some health issues like high cholesterol.

8. Supplements are generally in a form that is easy for your body to absorb and utilize.

9. They help with oxidative stress.


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