Let me echo this conviction: The best supplements are nutrient complexes from real foods, plant and animal, organically grown, not made in a lab.
Every season, people generally check their supplement inventory and assess what needs to be replaced or even added onto their list. And with spring in the air, it’s about that time to do this.
For those who think synthetic and organic supplements are the same in quality the truth of the matter is there really is a remarkable difference. Organic is far better.
When it comes to marine-based supplements the potency and purity of them must be harvested from the ocean and open waters.
While synthetic supplements are manufactured under artificial lights and through robotic technology, organic products come into contact with sunlight which gives it necessary nutrients. They experience pressure, light, waves, vibration and stress. These natural molecules offer so much more than the synthetic kind; they all come from the imprint of life and nothing can replace this.
As the legendary Jacque Cousteau once said, “The sea holds drugs that may cure our worst disease.” And he was right.
It’s important to find a marine-based supplement company which is backed by scientific research, clinically tested, and has aided in areas such as
• Helps with anti-aging
• Combats anti-fatigue
• Decreases inflammation and joint stiffness
• Improves cardiovascular health
• Increases energy
• Provides immune system boost
• Enhances metabolism
• Restores hair, nails and skin
• Strengthens resistance and endurance
Sea life comes from a long evolution and it is believed that if one takes marine supplements the body instinctively recognizes that it comes from the ocean.
Like the old adage touts, people get what they pay for. And synthetic supplements are generally cheaper for a reason – they are less costly to make and lack quality. On the flipside, a consumer will not get the maximum benefits from their product.
If one is wondering about incorporating marine-based supplements into their diet, they need to assess how their body is managing its day-to- day lifestyle. Some key questions to ask would be:
• Has my energy level decreased over the years?
• Am I interested in protecting my health and wellness naturally?
• Am I living a life of daily stress? If one of the questions prompted a nod, then a marine-based supplement might be a great thing to incorporate this spring and onward.
Before purchasing a product, please look for one that is eco-friendly and has been recognized by an independent organization for this. It’s typically found on the label. Other things to look for are that the supplements are
• Purity, safety, and potency guaranteed
Protecting the ocean with responsibility and sustainability is of the utmost importance to a reputable manufacturer. This philosophy holds promise for future generations.
While Nutrilys Del Mar remains the leading provider of eco-friendly marine-based supplements, its select products are tested and certified by NSF International and approved eco-friendly by the Marine Stewardship Council. To learn more visit www.NutrilysDelMar.com
Thierry Lerons, founder of Nutriyls Del Mar, based in San Diego County, manufactures krill oil which has the distinguished Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) label for responsible harvesting. Its Wild Antarctic Krill Oil of 1,000 mg soft gels have vessels with marine fishermen who are MSC approved. And to date, this Nutrilys Del Mar product is the first and only krill oil certified traceable and sustainable by the MSC. They employ Norwegian vessels and fisherman dedicated to eco-friendly practices.