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The whole-food advantage is just one of the many advantages of GNLD's Carotenoid Complex.

 

Hundreds of Pounds of Cartenoid Power in Every Bottle!

When it comes to delivering pure carotenoid power, Carotenoid Complex puts hundreds of pounds in the palm of your hand. To deliver the total carotenoid power in a single bottle of Carotenoid Complex, you’d have to eat one of the following:

250 lbs. or more of the raw vegetables and fruits it's made from. Research shows that your body absorbs only 5-10% of the carotenoids in raw vegetables and fruits.

50 lbs. or more of steamed vegetables and fruits Carotenoid Complex is made from. Research shows food preparation affects carotenoid bioavailability. Steamed fruits and vegetables increase bioavailability to 30-50%.

18 lbs. or more of steamed and puréed fruits and vegetables (baby food). Steamed and puréed fruits and vegetables have the best bioavailability, up to 70%, and are the method of raw material preparation utilized in Carotenoid Complex.

Your body and its delicate biochemical network depend on the nutrients, both identified and unidentified, in food for health and survival, and Carotenoid Complex is formulated using whole-food based ingredients.

Carotenoid supplements that use ingredients from synthetic or non-food sources cannot match the nutritionally diverse advantages of Carotenoid Complex. No other supplement has our unique blend of carotenoid-rich fruits and vegetables.

Only Carotenoid Complex has these whole-food advantages:

  • Whole-food ingredients deliver micro-nutrients that are found only in food.
  • Whole-food ingredients are what your body absorbs and utilizes best.
  • Whole-food ingredients contain nutrients in a "balance" that the body prefers.
  • Whole-food ingredients are part of the human food chain.

With GNLD's Carotenoid Complex, each capsule gives you the power of eating an optimum serving of carotenoid-rich fruits and vegetables. Whole-food ingredients are nature's way to provide optimum health. Don't trust your health, and the health of your loved ones, to anything other than Carotenoid Complex.

 

The Carotenoid Challenge

The top five American favorite fruits and vegetables are potatoes, bananas, iceberg lettuce, apples, and onions. Here's how much of these foods you'd need to eat to get a healthy amount of carotenoids such as alpha-, beta-, cis-beta-, gamma-, zeta-carotenes, lycopene, cis-lycopene, lutein, zeaxanthin, alpha- & beta-cryptoxanthin, violaxanthin, canthaxanthin, capsanthin, and cryptocapsin:

Even good sources of many of these beneficial nutrients rarely supply all the members of this colorful phytonutrient family. To make sure you're getting them all, you'd still need to eat:

And you'd have to eat all this every day!

How colorful is your diet? Check off any foods you ate yesterday:
Fruits & Juices: Vegetables: Your Score:

apricots
cantaloupe
cherries
canned fruit salad
pink grapefruit
guavas
mandarin oranges
oranges
mangoes
nectarines
papayas
passion fruit
peaches
plantains
plums & prunes
strawberries

asparagus
broccoli
brussel sprouts
carrots
chard
green or red leaf lettuce
green beans
mixed vegetables
parsley & basil
peas
pumpkin
spinach
sweet potatoes
tomatoes & tomato products
yams
yellow corn

If your score is anywhere below 9 servings per day, GNLD's Carotenoid Complex can help you bridge the gap between what you really should eat, and what you really do eat.

9 or more: Fantastic! Keep it up.
7-8: You are almost there, just add a few more servings every day.
5-6: Good work, but you need to make the effort to increase your intake.
3-4: Your intake is average, but not at a healthy level. To ensure your long-term health, now is the time to start following a healthy diet that is rich in carotenoid-rich fruits and vegetables.
Less than 2: You need to modify your diet drastically and add carotenoid-rich fruits and vegetables with every meal and snack. You are setting yourself up for possible health problems in the future if you continue to eat less than 2 servings per day.