You May Already Have A More Specific Problem :
First rule is to start with the Healthy Start Packs. Then, you can add one of these :
1/ Extra support for CARDIOVASCULAR FUNTION —à CardioFX (fill in « Cardio » in the « Search Products » by logging into www.SupplementsToTakeMy90ForLife.com )
Ultimate™ Cardio Fx™ is specially formulated to promote optimal cardiovascular function. Featuring garlic, ginkgo, hawthorn berry, Co-enzyme Q-10, and more, Ultimate™ Cardio Fx™ is an excellent choice for people with active lifestyles or who may be concerned about cardiovascular health. It’s up to you but you might consider the King Kong Cardio Pak.
2/ Extra support for the HEART muscle and IMMUNE SYSTEM —à ULTIMATE™ SELENIUM (fill in « Selenium » in the « Search Products » by logging into www.SupplementsToTakeMy90ForLife.com )
The human body needs trace amounts of selenium to perform a variety of functions, including synthesizing antioxidants shown to protect against cell-damaging free radicals. Since the human body can’t manufacture selenium, it has to be obtained from diet or supplements. Ultimate™ Selenium provides selenium, vitamins and other trace minerals and nutrients to support good health.
3/ Extra support for LONGEVITY and IMMUNE RESPONSE (contains Resveratrol).
Cell Shield RTQ™ delivers a highly bioavailable, proprietary blend of three powerful antioxidants (Resveratrol, Turmeric, and Quercetin) for potent protection against cell-damaging free radicals. It has an astoundingly high ORAC score (antioxidant power) —à CellShield RTQ (fill in « Cell » in the « Search Products » by logging into www.SupplementsToTakeMy90ForLife.com )
4/ Extra support for OSTEO ARTHRITIS and MUSCULO SKELETAL HEALTH (bones, teeth, joints, muscle, connective tissue, etc..)à OsteoFx Plus
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BEYOND OSTEO-FX™ or ULTIMATE™ OSTEO-FX™ are the best choices here.
Calcium is one of the most important nutrients your body needs and is especially important to bone and joint health. However, in order for calcium to be efficiently absorbed by your body it needs other mineral co-factors. Osteo-fx™ contains a rich complex of nutrients to support healthy bones and joints which not only includes calcium, but also the necessary co-factors needed for optimal calcium absorption such as magnesium, zinc, and glucosamine.
5/ Extra support for PROSTATE —à ProstateFx (fill in « Prost » in the « Search Products » by logging into www.SupplementsToTakeMy90ForLife.com )
Ultimate™ Prost Fx™ is specially formulated to support prostate health. This product features saw palmetto fruit, pumpkin seed, asparilla root and lycopene. Ultimate™ Prost fx™ is an excellent source for men seeking nutritional answers to their prostate health concerns.
6/ Extra support for Glucose Metabolism (DIABETES prevention) and for calory CRAVING –à SweetEze (fill in « Eze » in the « Search Products » by logging into www.SupplementsToTakeMy90ForLife.com )
Here the recommended product is Slender Fx™ Sweet Eze™. This product is formulated to nutritionally support the regulation of blood sugar levels. It features chromium, which has been clinically shown to promote healthy blood sugar levels, plus the time-tested botanicals cinnamon, gymnema leaf, bitter melon fruit, and jambul seed.
7/ Extra support for CIRCULATION, BRAIN health and EYE health. Can cross the blood-brain AND blood-eye barrier —à OPT-C (fill in « Op » in the « Search Products » by logging into www.SupplementsToTakeMy90ForLife.com )
Ultimate™ OPC-T™ contains standardized Green Tea and Grape Seed extracts, which have been shown to contain powerful antioxidants.
8/ Extra support for Cognitieve Health (ALZHEIMER prevention) –à ULTIMATE™ MULTI-EFA™
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Ultimate™ Multi-EFA™ features a proprietary blend of essential fatty acids derived organically grown flaxseed oil, herbicide- and pesticide-free borage oil, and fish oil.
PS : Many researchers believe that Alzheimer’s disease should be preventable by supplementing with appropriate antioxidants as Oxidative stress is increasingly recognized to play an important role in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease.
9/ Extra support for VISION (ocular health) ULTIMATE VISION FX™
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Ultimate Vision Fx™ is formulated to support healthy eye function. It features a proprietary blend of Vitamin A (as beta carotene), Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Zinc, Selenium, Chromium, Lutein, and Co-enzyme Q10.
10/ Extra support for COLON and GI Health à CleanseFx
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Cleanse Fx™ is a proprietary blend of herbs formulated to effectively and gently cleanse the colon to restore balance by reintroducing healthy bacteria to the lower gastrointestinal tract with Ultimate™ Flora Fx™.
Ultimate™ Flora Fx™ (Search in Store for “Flora”) is a proprietary blend of pre- and probiotics formulated to support and maintain healthy digestive function, which is imperative for optimal nutrient absorption and metabolism. Ultimate™ Flora Fx™ also contains the prebiotic glucono delta lactone (GDL), a patented, naturally-occurring agent that nourishes the beneficial bacteria in the small intestine, helping to promote intestinal health.
11/ Extra support for DIGESTION and ABSORPTION —à Ultimate Enzymes (fill in «enzymes» in the « Search Products » by logging into www.SupplementsToTakeMy90ForLife.com )
Ultimate™ Enzymes is formulated to support the digestive process. Featuring betain HCl and other important enzymes to support digestive health. Ultimate™ Enzymes® supports good health by helping the body break down carbohydrates, proteins and fats; by promoting the absorption of those nutrients; and by supporting the excretion of waste.
12/ Extra support for Natural Cycling, Hormonal Balance and Menopausal transition –à Womens Fx
(fill in «women » in the « Search Products » by logging into www.SupplementsToTakeMy90ForLife.com )
Women’s Fx™ with Black Cohosh is specially formulated to support women’s well-being and health concerns during the transition through menopause, especially mild mood changes, cramps, and edema associated with the menstrual cycle. This antioxidant-rich formula features potent phytonutrients from black cohosh, green tea, soy isoflavones, wild yam, and more!
13/ Loss of Energy
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A/ Cellular Energy Program : Promotes complete nutrition and cellular protection plus energy support. Restore your body’s daily balance of vital minerals and nutrients and enjoy life again.
B/ The All day Energy Program : The All Day Energy Program provides the nutrients for all day energy and clarity with no crash to keep you feeling focused. This program supplies an excellent daily combination of powerful nutrition to stay on top of your game.
C/ The energy Optimizer : Energy Optimizer contains everything you need for optimal energy. The TrueBoost powdered energy drink and TrueZyme digestive enzyme blend will give you all the Energy you need to enjoy a great day !
14/ Extra Support to boost your METABOLISM, decrease your WEIGHT, give YOUR PERFECT BODY SEIZE, SHAPE, VITALITY, STAMINA AND ENERGY –à ASAP (As Soon As Possible, As Slim As Possible)
(fill in «asap » in the « Search Products » by logging into www.SupplementsToTakeMy90ForLife.com )
ASAP™ contains a proprietary blend of protein fractions and Amino Acids to support the release of adipose fat stores so your body can use them as fuel.
15/ Sleep deprivation :
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Sleep EZE™ is specially formulated with natural substances and a proprietary herbal blend to promote a restful, relaxed state.
Key ingredients include: • 5-HTP (L-5-Hydroxytryptophan) / 5-HTP works in the brain and central nervous system by increasing the production of the chemical serotonin, which can affect sleep, temperature, appetite, and other functions.
• GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid) / GABA is a naturally occurring chemical known to affect mood. Low levels of GABA are associated with sleeplessness.
• Melatonin / this hormone may help you fall asleep faster and promote a healthy sleep-wake cycle.
• B Vitamins / Niacin may promote relaxation and is derived from tryptophan, an amino acid important for maintaining healthy sleep. Vitamin B6 is important for synthesizing GABA.
• Calcium and Magnesium / Deficiencies of these key minerals have been associated with poor sleep.
• Proprietary Herbal Blend / Passion flower, valerian, lemon balm, chamomile and hops have been traditionally used to support a healthy, restful sleep.
16/ Weight management :
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A/ SLENDER FX™ FOOD FIBER – 49 GM SHAKER Many health professionals believe optimal health begins with a healthy digestive tract. Slender FX™ Food Fiber is a low-glycemic-index, proprietary blend of prebiotic fiber to support digestive health. Increasing your daily fiber intake may promote healthy weight loss and blood sugar levels, as well as support cardiovascular and digestive health.
B/ SLENDER FX™ SWEET EZE™ Slender Fx™ Sweet Eze™ is formulated to nutritionally support the regulation of blood sugar levels. It features chromium, which has been clinically shown to promote healthy blood sugar levels, plus the time-tested botanicals cinnamon, gymnema leaf, bitter melon fruit, and jambul seed.
C/ SLENDER FX™ MEAL REPLACEMENT SHAKE – CHOCOLATE
Slender FX™ Meal Replacement Shake is a great-tasting, nutrient-rich meal replacement shake. Each serving of Slender FX™ contains just 110 calories, yet delivers a wide spectrum of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients to support sustained levels of physical, mental, and emotional energy throughout the day. Combine with the fruit and liquid of your choice for a delicious, full-flavored, thick milkshake-style drink.
PS : These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
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