Understandably, we wouldn’t be keen on taking twelve different health supplements for our skin or seven different supplements for our joints. But, offer us one product and we want more choice. Offer us two products and we can’t decide. Offer us multiple products and we want them all!
As the colloquial proverb states, we can’t have our cake and eat it too. Why isn’t what we want out there? - Combinations of supplement ingredients for a common, collective purpose in the appropriate strengths.
As a health care professional, I’ve always believed in the benefits of health supplements, a concept dating back to the western world of ancient Egyptians and the eastern world of ancient Chinese. They are the early footprints of today’s modern medicine.
However, they should not be perceived as being mutually exclusive but rather complementary, and a welcomed extension to evolving lifestyles. In fact, that is the characterization of complementary medicine.
Perceived standards vary between countries and cultures, encompassing traditional Ayurvedic, Chinese, Japanese and Korean medicine, homeopathy, naturopathy, acupuncture, massage therapy, herbal supplements, vitamin supplements, dietary supplements and probiotics to name a few.
There are many popular health supplements with noteworthy benefits, but more often than not my frustration has always been the overlapping advantages from various ingredients.
It was frustrating, because it meant buying multiple products for the same purpose. That meant spending more money and having bottles that never finished at the same time. Also, I noticed that by comparison many supplements varied in strengths, with a vast majority containing sub-relevant amounts. This also added to the overall cost, necessitating an increased consumption of any one product.
That’s why instead of having 35 individual supplement lines, I have combined them into a more applicable and practical 5 products. It just made sense for myself, loved ones and friends … and I know it’ll make sense for you.