GUEST POST: Cellular Nutrition The Body Craves

Written by on August 22, 2011 in Nutrition, Product Review, Sport Nutrition - 2 Comments

In our quest to build natural champions, we sometimes meet people that have an interesting story or an interesting product that we think would be good to share with our readers. This is the first of what I hope to be many guest blogs. Stephanie Wilding is a distributor of a unique adaptogenic health product, so we invited her to share it with our readers.

Note: The following is the opinion of the writer, and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Naturally Sports & Wellness.

Cellular Nutrition The Body Craves

Desiring to find a supplement that works best in helping you with endurance and recovery during your training and competing? Looking for something that helps your body heal from inflammation? Seeking proper nutrition for optimal health and prevention as you age? Well, we all know how crucial nutrition is for the body to function optimally. Sadly, our fruits and vegetables have lost their nutritional value and it’s simply too difficult to possibly consume the crucial amount of nutrients that our cells need just through eating. Our bodies are fighting toxins daily and become weak from lack of nutrition, so supplementation is becoming a necessity.

I was on a search to find just the right nutritional supplement for my health and that of my family. My daughter has an auto-immune blood disorder that affects her body’s ability to fight off bacterial infections. I needed something that would give her immune system the nutrients it needed to be strong and healthy. I was also on a quest to find the right supplements to keep all of us healthy. I wanted something natural and safe but kept coming across ingredients in supplements that I questioned were even safe. Sodium benzoate is one very common preservative in liquid supplements. I prefer liquid over pills, so those are what I mostly researched. Sodium Benzoate is okay until it’s combined with ascorbic, citric acid or Vitamin C. When those are mixed, it creates a chemical reaction making it carcinogenic. To me, that defeats the whole purpose of taking a nutritional supplement!

Thankfully, I came across the safest nutritional supplement that I could find. My searching was complete and problem solved! It’s called Seven+ by a company called eXfuze®. Another great thing I found out was they have a product called Seven+ PROformance that is designed to help the body with stress and give it increased energy by adding aPanax Ginseng extract and adaptogens of Eleutherococcus and Astragalus. This product is designed for inflammation and has been great for athletes. Because of that, eXfuze® even made sure that the product was BSCG certified! They have also formulated a safe and healthy energy shot called GreenZilla that has been a great energy enhancer. These products are all plant-based(organically grown or wild-crafted) and have no synthetic ingredients, no added caffeine, no artificial sweeteners and no harmful preservatives. So, for optimum performance and quicker recovery, consuming Seven+ PROformance and GreenZilla have been very effective. Even their formulation for the brain called Seven+Focus has made an excellent addition in helping with athletesfocus during competitions. That’s what I love about eXfuze®products; they work together synergistically!

With that said, Seven+ products give the body true cellular nutrition from whole-food extracts. The enzymes remain active through a very sophisticated extraction process that is used. I love how pure and potent these are, that I only take one ounce per day. I get my vitamins, minerals, omegas 3,6,7,9, CoQ6-10, fatty acids, amino acids, anti-oxidants and more from the synergistic blend of botanical extracts these have. I feel great and can tell that my daughter’s immune system is boosted!

Below are the seven main botanicals that you will find in Seven+ products and a quick detail of some of the benefits they offer. The plus factor of Seven tells you that there are more extracts in these that give the body more nutrients.The benefits that these products offer for better health are endless!

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, registered nurse, or licensed dietician, just a home-schooling mom. Any information I provide is for general education purposes only. I recommend that everyone work alongside their personal physician while pursuing treatment for any condition.


2 Comments on "GUEST POST: Cellular Nutrition The Body Craves"

  1. kayadyhal January 26, 2012 at 14:17 · Reply

    Hello! Just want to say thank you for this interesting article! =) Peace, Joy.

  2. admin January 26, 2012 at 14:31 · Reply

    Thank you very much. I am glad you enjoyed it.

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