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Bilberry Whole Food Tablet

70% of a tablet consist of whole bilberry including skin and seed
95% body's absorption
Tasty chewable tablet without artificial sweetener or flavor
Good for children and elderly


$24.99

Freeze Dried Whole Bilberry

No Additive
No Chemical
No Sweetener
Hand picked
Wild (Less pesticide than organic)

$7 (20g 0.7oz)
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UK & Europe: 3-7 days by mail, USA & Worldwide: 1-2 weeks by mail (Please check with the national post service). Not available for Japan. Please contact us if your order does not arrive within 2 weeks (UK & Europe) or within 4 weeks (USA & Worldwide).
*A package box will be unfold in envelope to avoid possible damage.
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Why whole food supplement?

The nutrition within whole food supplements is not isolated but remains in natural way. The nutritional ingredients are highly complex structures that combine a variety of enzymes, coenzymes, antioxidants, trace elements, activators, and many other unknown or undiscovered factors all working together synergistically to enable this nutrition complex to do its job in your body.


Why is whole food supplement better than normal (synthetic) supplement?

Synthetic supplements isolate nutrition, which may make them less effective or may even cause imbalance in the body as medicine For example, vitamin C in synthetic supplement is ascorbic acid. But vitamin C in food is ascorbic acid combined with enzymes, antioxidants, and many other elements Human beings are designed to absorb nutrition in natural food form to have best effect


Whole Food Supplements vs Synthetic Vitamin/Mineral Products

When scientists first discovered vitamins they found them in whole food sources. When these vitamins were analyzed, they were found to contain many individual parts and are truly "vitamin complexes". When scientists, pharmaceutical companies, etc. continued researching these vitamin complexes they began looking for what they termed the "active ingredients". Does this sound familiar? For example, when scientists were researching white willow bark (used in American Indian medicine) they found "salicylic acid" to be the active ingredient and aspirin was born. Although aspirin has an important place in western medicine, it does have side effects unlike its natural counterpart. This is due to the fact that it has been concentrated and separated from the other constituent parts which balanced its action and function. The same thing happened when researching vitamins. For example, the "active ingredient" in Vitamin C was named Ascorbic Acid and for all intensive purposes they are looked upon as being the same. However vitamins in their real form are groups of chemically related compounds a.k.a. "complexes". So in the case of Vitamin C, there is a single part identified as the organic nutrient (i.e., ascorbic acid) but in addition there are enzymes, co-enzymes, antioxidants, trace elements, activators, and other factors that enable the vitamin to be utilized in the body. So taking a Vitamin C pill (nothing but the Ascorbic acid piece) does not function in the body the same way that Vitamin C in a food source does. The same is true for Vitamin A which came to be known as Beta Carotene; Vitamin E as d-Alpha Tocopherol; Vitamin B's as Niacin, Thiamine, Riboflavin, etc. Synthetic vitamins are man-made and chemically based. As a result, they are difficult for the body to properly absorb and use. The ingredients in almost all vitamin/mineral products made today are isolated pharmaceutical chemicals and minerals. Conversely, whole food supplements are made from concentrated organic, whole foods. They are fruits and vegetables grown in mineral-rich soils, without chemicals, pesticides, preservatives or additives of any kind. Synthetic multivitamins use vitamin isolates. Vitamin isolates are also known as isolated vitamins or fractionalized vitamins. You'll see an assortment of vitamins and minerals (Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, etc.) But, what you don't see are any food, herbal or organic ingredients. Because synthetic vitamins contain partial vitamins and other chemicals, they are considered "vitamin isolates". When you use these vitamins, the body is only receiving isolated or fractionated pieces of the whole, which may not properly utilized. It is easy to tell if a supplement is synthetic by looking at the label. Don't just take our word for it. Check the label of any Standard Process whole food supplements. You will see that ingredients come from whole foods. Whole food supplements contain the entire complex of vitamins and minerals as well as all the micro-nutrients and synergistic factors found in nature. They are complex structures that combine a variety of enzymes, coenzymes, antioxidants, trace elements, activators and many other yet unknown or undiscovered factors, which all work together to enable each vitamin complex to do its job in your body. This is how you get the protection and nutritional fortification your body needs.
Acu-Care Health Centers http://www.acu-care4health.com/whole-food-supplements/whole-food-supplements-vs-vitamins.htm


The Truth Behind Whole-Food Supplements

Everyone agrees raw honey is better for you than white sugar or that brown rice is better for you than white rice. Why should it be any different for vitamins? Often, I have been puzzled by the average naturopath or nutritionist who goes on and on about the value of whole foods and how refined foods—having been robbed of all the extra nutrients they naturally come with—are not healthy for you. Then, they go on to prescribe a shopping bag full of isolated, refined vitamins for you to take! --Just like refined foods, these refined vitamins have been robbed of all of the extra accessory nutrients that they naturally come with as well. In turn, like refined foods, they can create numerous problems and imbalances in your body if taken at high levels for long periods of time. They can also act more like drugs in your body, forcing themselves down one pathway or another. At the very least, they wonft help you as much as high quality food and food-based supplements. --Whole food supplements are what their name suggests: supplements made from concentrated whole foods. The vitamins found within these supplements are not isolated. They are highly complex structures that combine a variety of enzymes, coenzymes, antioxidants, trace elements, activators, and many other unknown or undiscovered factors all working together synergistically to enable this vitamin complex to do its job in your body.Nutrients from within this complex cannot be taken apart or isolated from the whole and then be expected to do the same job in the body as the whole complex is designed to do.The perfect example of this difference can be seen in an automobile. An automobile is a wonderfully designed complex machine that needs all of its parts to be present and in place to function properly. Wheels are certainly an important part of the whole, but you could never isolate them from the rest of the car, call them a car, or expect them to function like a car. They need the engine, body, and everything else.The same analogy applies to the vitamin C (ascorbic acid) or vitamin E (delta tocopherol) that you find on most health food store shelves. They are parts of an entire complex that serve a purpose when part of the whole. However, they cannot do the job of the entire complex by themselves. With similar logic in place, one can analyze what a typical multivitamin truly is. The automobile equivalent of creating a multivitamin would be going to a junk yard, finding all of the separate parts you would need to make up an entire automobile, throwing them together in a heap (or capsule in terms of the multivitamin), and expecting that heap to drive like a car! Obviously, there is a difference. Science cannot create life. Only life can create life. Isolated nutrients or synthetic nutrients are not natural in that they are never found by themselves in nature. Taking these isolated nutrients, especially at the ultra-high doses found in formulas today, is more like taking a drug. Studies show the body treats these isolated and synthetic nutrients like xenobiotics (foreign substances). By the same token, food-based supplements are never treated like this by your body. For example, your urine will never turn florescent yellow, no matter how much meat (a good source of B vitamins) you eat. This sort of rapid excretion happens only with foreign substances in your body. Not only are isolated nutrients treated like drugs or other chemicals by your body, but they can, like drugs, create problems for you. Nature does not produce any nutrient in an isolated form. The nutrients in foods are blended together in a specific way and work best in that format. For an isolated nutrient to work properly in the body, it needs all the other parts that are naturally present in the food, too.If the parts are not all there from the start, they are taken from the bodyfs stored supply. This is why isolated nutrients often work for a little while, then seem to stop working. Once your bodyfs store of the extra nutrients is used up, the isolated nutrient youfre taking doesnft work as well anymore. Worse yet, a deficiency in these extra nutrients can be created in your body. Additionally, because most nutrients are isolated from the foods they come in, a wide array of potentially nasty solvents and other chemicals are added. Taking high amounts of these products can expose you to these potentially toxic chemicals if care is not taken to remove them. With the burden we are already facing from the high number of chemicals in our environment, why would anyone want to add more? The various parts of a natural vitamin complex work together in a synergistic manner. Synergy means that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Nutritionist Judith DeCava puts it best: gSeparating the group of compounds (in a vitamin complex) converts it from a physiological, biochemical, active micronutrient into a disabled, debilitated chemical of little or no value to living cells. The synergy is gone.h In other words, the automobile, in its original form, will drive better than a pile of its individual parts. Most people donft follow this logic when examining a nutritional supplement. Supplement makers typically try to stuff as much as possible in a capsule, telling us that the more we take, the better it is for us. This is simply not the case. As you now know, it is not necessarily the amount of a nutrient you ingest that is important, but its form and how much is bioavailable that counts the most. In fact, remembering that ingesting single nutrients can actually create imbalances in the body, logic would dictate the higher the level of a single nutrient that you take in, the quicker this imbalance will occur. --What all of this means: The potency of a supplement has much more to do with synergy than with actual nutrient levels. It is a combined effect of all the parts of the food, rather than the chemical effect of a single part, that is most important. Donft Forget the Basics ---I fear all of this talk of supplements—food-based, isolated, or synthetic—has detracted from the most important part of health and healing. The basics of proper diet, exercise, detoxification, structure, and mental/emotional and spiritual health must all be in order for true healing to occur. No supplement will work on its own if these foundations are not in place. However, even when these foundations are in place, or if the situation is acute enough to necessitate a more immediate treatment response, supplement support may still be needed for a while. You may also want to take one or more food-based supplements to ensure you are getting an adequate array of nutrients in your diet. When these situations arise, I strongly recommend food-based supplements be your first choice.
Utah Wellness Institute http://www.utahwellnessinstitute.com/2012/04/09/real-or-synthetic-the-truth-behind-whole-food-supplements/


Whole Food vs. Synthetic Supplements

Ifve already discussed the importance of taking natural supplements to support your body and immune system. But which supplements do you take, and how do you know which supplements are the best ones? Americans spend billions of dollars every year on supplements, and itfs very important to understand that not all supplements are created equal. Sometimes, there are vast differences between products. So letfs talk about the difference between whole food supplements and synthetic supplements – a.k.a. isolated orfractionated supplements. A great example would be just to simply look at almost any multivitamin. When you scan the nutritional content fact and ingredient label, youfll see quite an assortment of vitamins (Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, etc.). Here is a portion of a label for a common multivitamin:

synthetic supplements

There are a lot more vitamins listed on this label than I had room for, but I think you get the idea. Look at the items listed under gIngredients.h Those are what we call gIsolatedh vitamins and other chemicals. There are no foods or herbal ingredients listed, only partial vitamins and other chemicals. Nature intended for us to consume food in its WHOLE form because all the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and enzymes are bound together in one package and work synergistically to deliver the nutrition your body needs.
Synthetic supplements give you isolated or fractionated pieces of the whole. It is simply not the same – youfre not getting the full benefit nature intended. The other problem is, by taking isolated vitamins, sometimes we are getting massive doses of some vitamins, but not enough of others. This imbalance this can cause health problems too. Arenft we trying to get healthier – rather than cause more problems?
Whole-Food based supplements are different, as those will, typically, list the foods the supplement was made from. What follows is a partial example of what to look for when searching for a Whole-Food based product. Notice that under the supplemental facts, you still see all the vitamins listed, but therefs a huge difference in the ingredients.

Whole food supplement

What a difference this second product will make in your body vs. the first product! Youfll actually be gaining benefits from the WHOLE food and all of the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and enzymes that occur naturally in the food or plant. Another way that might make sense is to look at the source. When gVitamin Ch is listed on a multivitamin label, look for any natural sources, like citrus fruits, papaya or bell peppers. If you see a listing for gAscorbic Acid,h that means it is an gIsolatedh product, so you must keep searching for ones that list whole foods. In summary, be sure you read your labels! It is important to educate yourself about what youfll be putting into your body and supplements are no different than anything else. Itfs important to read food labels so you know what youfre eating. But itfs just as important, if not moreso, to be sure youfre reading all of your supplement labels too! You want to be consuming supplements that have actual whole foods, plants or herbs listed on the label. That way you know it is as close to natural as possible! And lastly, understand that no supplement alone will help you achieve the level of health you desire. You will have to make lifestyle and behavior changes as well as taking supplements to achieve ultimate health.
Melissa Wood, ND http://stayhealthyandwell.com/whole-food-vs-synthetic-supplements/

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