The Important Difference Between

Synthetic and Whole Food



“The part can never be well
unless the whole is well.”

Whole Food Supplements are concentrated foods that retain the full nutrient complex, contain the life spark of the plant itself, organically grown, raw live nutrients, processed without heat or chemicals, and provide you with the strongest, natural, and most balanced content of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients that you need to sustain a healthy life.

When choosing supplements, quality is far more important than quantity. Potency of supplements is not determined by large amount of milligrams of isolated vitamins and minerals in a product. Potency is determined by bioavailable and bioactive function in the body. A small amount of a whole food supplement is more beneficial to the human body than a large dose of manmade one.

Supplements comprised of single manmade vitamin supply a fraction of the whole vitamin complex, creating shortage of nutrients. Taking more of a manmade vitamin will not make up the difference. Unless you grow your own food, raise your meats and live a stress-free life, you need to supplement. It is your way to ensure all the vital nutrients needed by the body are in there, every day. Taking supplements isn't a once in a while project, but you do it as long as you want to get healthy and stay healthy.

Synthetic supplements made either from:

  • Chemicals like coal tar, petroleum, GMO corn syrup.

  • Chemically extracted from foods or plants to make mega doses of isolated vitamins and minerals.

There are over 2,500 nutrients known to man. We've only been able to isolate about 150 of them. What happens to the other 2350 nutrients? If you take an apple, you will find about 424 nutrients in it; in a carrot you will find about 247 different nutrients in it. Those are only two foods.

What about the myriad of other foods? What we know about nutrients is that they depend on synergism. There are co-factors necessary for the nutrient to work properly, a synergism. Synergy means that the sum is better than its parts. That where one plus one would normally equal two, with synergism, one plus one may equal 4 or 8 or 1600! In our infinite wisdom, we cannot possibly duplicate the synergism of nature.

So why would we think that we can take a few isolated nutrients in the man-supposed theory of what we need, create it chemically and expect it to replace lost nutrients in our body and therefore lost function? When you take a supplement of man-decided-upon nutrients and individually put it in a pill, you are missing an incredible array of other nutrient co-factors - known and unknown. Just because we can't isolate them, doesn't mean they have no value in the body.

Synthetic or fractionated supplements will not increase your health and harm you because they are foreign for the body. Supplements are designed for nutritional healing, but synthetic supplements create a drain on the body. It takes more nutrients away from the body to deal with the synthetic junk, than what it provides.

Chemicals can't build a healthy body; it's just physiologically impossible. Drug-like responses are all you can expect from synthetic or fractionated supplements. They will not heal or support your body. They will only help you initially to feel better.

This is because the fractionated vitamin, containing only a fraction of the whole nutrient will search your tissues looking for the missing fractions, and then pull them out, in order to complete the complex. Initially, this will make you feel better, however, long term it will leave you more depleted than you were before you started taking the supplement.

The vitamin supplement literally stripped your reserves! Examples of fractionated or synthetic vitamins include: d-alpha tocopherol, ascorbic acid, beta-carotene, thiamine mononitrate, cyanocobalamin, ergocalciferol, and many more. Basically, anything that doesn't sound like a food is either synthetic or fractionated and should be avoided! Don’t take synthetic vitamins for long term unless you need to have quick effect.

I highly recommend getting

Whole Food Supplements and Herbs Holistic Guide

In this 100 pages guide you will learn:

  • The important difference between Synthetic and Whole Food Supplements

  • Why ordinary nutrition isn’t enough

  • How to recognize nutrient deficiencies

  • How you know what you're getting

  • Micronutrients in foods and whole food supplements