Do you take supplements to support your healing journey or maintain your health?
Personal confession: I took several supplements daily since I was 10 years old. My dad was all into it! He “fed” the whole family with vitamin and mineral-pills, meaning the best for us of course!
Unfortunately, like all the other 90% of all supplements available, they were NOT good for us.
Here is some really bad news:
There are soooooo many mistakes you can make when taking a supplement!!!
Some of them “only” cost you money, but some cost you your health too. I’ve seen this over and over again with my 1-on-1 clients: They come to me with a list of 5+ supplements they take every day. 4 out 5 are not worth the money spent!
The sad truth is that the supplement industry is not interested in you getting better!
The producers of supplements are only interested in one thing: how to get the most money from you possible. What would you do if I told you that more than 90% of the supplements available today contain toxic (not just useless!!!) ingredients. This is mindblowing and more so sad!
The last thing you deserve when you are struggling with chronic gut problems is spending money on something that makes you feel worse!
I’ve been working the last weeks on a guide to help you avoid the mistakes that I made for two decades.
We’ll answer questions like:
How do I know if I need _________ (supplement)?
How much of it should I take and when?
Which supplement is best for my anxiety, constipation, SIBO, sleep problems etc.?
Is it safe to take if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
Can I give this to my child?
How do I decide if I bought the right, high-quality supplement or rather poor quality?
Because I want this information to spread like crazy and help as many people as possible, I made this guide SUPER AFFORDABLE.
You and your loved ones deserve to have clarity which supplements are worth your money (not many!) and which are actually dangerous for your body.
Let me know if this is helpful to you, OK?
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