What Are “Whole Foods”?
“Whole Food” is defined as “food that has undergone very little processing and has been grown or produced without the use of synthetic pesticides or fertilizers”. A good example is carrots. Carrots are rich in vitamin A complex. A “complex” is something made up of different parts which work together. Synthetic vitamins do not contain the whole complex ( as found in Nature).
If testing indicated a vitamin A deficiency, we would look for a whole food high in vitamin A complex ( and carrots would be a likely source). A supplement rich in this complex would then be included in your program. We pride ourselves on only using the highest quality whole food supplements available.
Whole food supplements are entirely derived from specific whole foods, organically grown and prepared in such a way that preserves their vital enzymes and vitamins, making them the optimum vitamin-mineral products.
Now in incredibly concentrated form, your body can get complete nutrition from this small tablet! By restoring the nutrition on which your body was founded, it is possible to enable your body to heal itself…just as Nature inteded.
Dr. Richard Aragon, DC