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About Liquid Vitamins and Minerals and the New Nutritional Paradigm


Liquid vitamins are the same vitamins that you find in any supermarket or health store, but are suspended in a liquid mixture. This new method of taking liquid nutritional supplements is becoming extraordinarily popular in today's progressive healthcare marketplace. The average consumer wants the most for their money and is becoming more knowledgeable about products or services that offer the most benefit. It is no wonder more people are adding liquid vitamins and minerals to their daily supplementation.

People are discovering that liquid vitamins and nutritional supplements are much easier to take and ingest than the traditional pill form. If you've ever taken lots of vitamin supplements or medications you might know how uncomfortable it can be to swallow and digest a handful of "horse pills". Researchers are also discovering that liquid vitamins may be more effective than swallowing pills. The liquid vitamin and mineral form doesn't need to be broken down by our digestive system and is much more readily absorbed by our bodies.Supplementing your body with liquid minerals and vitamin nutrients can help create the optimal environment in the body for maximal life expectancy by replenishing nutritional deficiencies. There are some Eastern cultures that have people routinely living to ages in the range of 120 to 140 years old (ex: the Hunzas). The common link that these amazing cultures share to make these astounding life-spans possible is the daily ingestion of, and farmland cultivation with "glacial milk". This "glacial milk" is ordinary water that is naturally combined with high amounts of essential and rare minerals and other nutrients.

There's no doubt that liquid vitamins are growing in popularity as more people discover them. More and more liquid vitamin products are hitting the health market as consumers are changing the way they want to take their nutritional supplements.

Judy Brown is a director of http://www.lifenatural.com, http://www.lifenatural.com/liquidvitamins.htm and http://www.corticel.com which all have a focus on liquid vitamins, weight loss and natural health issues.


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