Health in colors

posted April 12, 2021 at 09:10 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
“A well-balanced plate has a lot of colors,” says a health and beauty company executive, referring to “lots of fruits and vegetables.” 

Health in colors
Nutrilite packs the nutrients from fresh fruits and vegetables into its new and improved food supplement whose 90 percent of ingredients are sourced from its organic farms.
For those who don’t always have access to fresh produce, Leni Olmedo, country manager of Amway Philippines, suggests taking a plant-based food supplement. 

According to the company, the next generation of its supplement brand Nutrilite Double X can help color in these gaps in Filipino diets.

The food supplement contains Sophora japonica, turmeric, rosemary, and a special blend of berries among other carefully selected fruits and vegetables. Packed with vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, the supplement is a level up of the company’s previous flagship product of the same name. 

The original multivitamin has phytonutrients that take reactive defense against excess free radicals in the body – which is known to accelerate aging. In the upgrade, the phytonutrients take proactive defense by eliminating excess free radicals in the cells themselves.

“Our hearts have always been centered on helping our consumers lead healthier and more empowered lives,” shares Olmedo. “So we are constantly finding ways to innovate and improve. That’s why we were able to make our best supplement even better.”

Nutrilite has its own certified organic farms where it plants and sources majority of its ingredients, allowing it to make supplements that are traceable down to the very seed. For Nutrilite Double X, over 90 percent of its botanical ingredients are sourced in these farms.

The NGDX is available at Amway Exclusive Shopper on the company’s website. 

Topics: vegetables , Leni Olmedo , Amway Philippines , Nutrilite Double X
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