Demand for Health Supplements

By: adrian
Are people actually consuming the nutrients that improve their health? Everyone starts with good intentions. Take a few pills here; drink a glass of juice there. Unfortunately, before long, pills get bothersome and glass bottles are less than portable.

Are you tired of choking down pills and capsules and mixing yucky tasting powders that you have to mix with water or juice in order to take your basic nutritional supplementation? Are you tired of drinking yucky tasting juices that taste more like motor oil? Well, there is a solution and it's new, easy, and simple to use and digest-and frankly, the science of nutrition is very clear. To get the most out of nutrients, you should take them around the same time you eat, which means carrying them around with you. And you can't take them if you left your supplements at home.

For years, athletes have been pounding carbs in gel packs in the middle of races so they get the benefit immediately. Pills and the outer coatings may not get broken down in your system and liquids need to be shaken and taken immediately-now you too can get immediate results like professional athletes.

Imagine consuming your daily intake of nutrition, vitamins and minerals and anti-oxidants through a simple a new technology called "suspension gel technology". Easy to consume soft gel packs that contain an exact dosage of nutrients your body needs-you just "rip and sip" and there is no need to refrigerate these gel packs just put them in your pocket, purse or bag and take them with you and consume them around mealtime.

Why is gel technology so much better? Two very important factors influence the efficacy of nutritional supplements: 1) the proper timing of ingestion, and 2) the bioavailability of the nutrients. Because of these factors, gel technology represents a significant advance in the method of delivery for vitamins, minerals and other important food supplements. Gel suspension dramatically increases proper ingestion of food supplements and, provides extreme convenience and allows for optimal timing of ingestion, thereby maximizing nutritional efficacy.

In contrast to their pill and capsule counterparts, gel formulations are typically moist, smooth, flavorful and easy to swallow. By suspending nutrients in a gel, individuals with swallowing difficulties have a higher likelihood of easily ingesting nutritional supplements. Nutritional supplements are most effective when ingested according to the optimal timing guidelines for each individual supplement. Some nutrients are better absorbed when taken with meals. Others are best when consumed at pre-determined intervals prior to food ingestion in order to maximize the effect of their active ingredients, or to avoid conflicting uptake mechanisms with other food particles. Gel supplements are packaged in convenient gel packs that are highly portable, allowing availability at the appropriate time-no matter when it is.

The bioavailability of the nutrients in food supplements is of paramount importance. If nutrients are not available for uptake in the gastro-intestinal tract, they are essentially useless. Poorly manufactured supplements in pill or capsule form are not consistently digested and absorbed. With the introduction of gel technology, all nutrients remain in their natural state, optimizing bioavailability, and increasing the absorption and digestion of essential vitamins and minerals. In a nutshell, Gelceuticals will change the way we take nutritional supplements. By increasing the ease-of-use, optimizing timing and enhancing absorption, gel technology widens the scope of supplementation-the ingredients are ready, available and packed with the supplemental power and good taste you've been waiting for.
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