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SuperFood WeightLoss Accelerator Program is a powerful combination of 4 simple formulas to help you finally win the weight loss battle.

Balance your body systems and eliminate your struggle with chronic pain! Start living the active lifestyle you crave when you add RELIEF to your routine!

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Weight Management, Immune Support, Stress Management, Lifestyle & Fitness

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The SuperFood WeightLoss Accelerator Program helps you balance your body systems so that you can achieve maximum results. Our plant-based, whole-food formulas are made from globally-sourced ingredients to bring you better, more effective liquid dietary supplements.

Health Benefits:

SuperFood WeightLoss Accelerator Program gives you the help you need to…

  • Mega Minerals helps you enjoy more flexibility and strength, Expand your energy levels with this product which lets you move around and do the things you love to do!
  • Increase your iodine intake,balance your thyroid function, supercharge your energy levels and enhance your holistic health with Sea Vegetables.
  • Balance your hunger hormones with Will Power, which can help you know when you're truly hungry and when you should say no to second servings.
  • Kill the Candida colonies that could cause you to experience Leaky Gut Syndrome! Break your chemical dependency on processed foods NOW with Total Cleanse!

RELIEF gives you the solution and assistance you need to…

  • Get to the root of your chronic pain symptoms and begin your realignment process naturally!
  • Balance the body systems that are causing your aches, pain and fatigue, which means you can get back to living life with energy and zest!
  • Keep yourself OFF of pharmaceutical pain-maskers that only give you temporary relief.
  • Help end your cycle of pain and exhaustion with the higher energy levels you could experience with RELIEF.
  • Reach your health and wellness goals with ease when you go through life with lower pain and inflammation levels!

Sea Vegetables

Total Cleanse

Mega Minerals

Will Power

Relief

Suggested Use: Take 2 droppers (2mL) before breakfast and 2 droppers before lunch. Best if taken 30 minutes before meals.

  • Simply squeeze the dropper bulb.
  • 1 time equals 1 mL
  • 1mL- 2 times before breakfast
  • 1mL - 2 times before lunch

Ingredients Overview

Mega Minerals contains a powerful blend of these globally-sourced ingredients:

Fenugreek:Banish the bulge and support your overall health with this adaptogenic herb that’s been used throughout history for its potent combination of vitamins A, B1, B2, C & nicotinic acid.

Alfalfa: Help yourself support healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels when your body absorbs crucial nutrients, including protein, from the Alfalfa we use in Mega Minerals.

Dandelion: Vitamin A isn’t the only nutrient dandelion root offers, but there just isn’t enough space to list them all! Harness the power of this plant in our Mega Minerals blend, without having to pick flowers and brew tea.

Bilberry: Help build your bones, balance your glucose levels & support comfortable digestion with Bilberry. Plus, get a good dose of fiber and manganese!

Garlic: It’s the master of antibacterial and antiseptic properties, that’s why garlic is so globally popular! Fire up your immune system and rejuvenate your body systems with the garlic found in Mega Minerals....

Garlic: It’s the master of antibacterial and antiseptic properties, that’s why garlic is so globally popular! Fire up your immune system and rejuvenate your body systems with the garlic found in Mega Minerals.

Ginger: Harness the bioactive compounds of ginger, a powerhouse of antioxidants. Its amazing health benefits help you manage the symptoms of several health conditions, such as arthritis, colds and nausea.

Horsetail:When you’ve got a health battle to fight, horsetail is a powerful ally. Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal and antiproliferative properties make this a powerful component in the Mega Minerals arsenal.

Korean Ginseng: When you balance your body’s glucose and insulin levels, weight loss almost always follows! Plus, Korean ginseng can help promote a healthy immune system and brain function, which can make it easier for you to handle stress.

Stevia: Help improve your blood pressure, glucose metabolism and whole-body inflammation levels when you enjoy this calorie-free sugar alternative in our Mega Minerals blend.

Ashwagandha: The flavonoids and natural antioxidants in this ancient plant may help enhance your energy levels, lower stress symptoms, and promote a youthful appearance. Great ingredient, right?


Sea Vegetables contains a powerful blend of these globally-sourced ingredients:

Kombu:This sea plant helps develop cognition in humans and helps your body absorb iodine, all while acting as an incredible flavor enhancer.

Sea Lettuce: This anti-inflammatory antioxidant is used globally in cuisine. But, we extract its most potent properties to ensure you get its benefits, without having to eat a whole plate of seaweed.

Irish Moss: This powerful red seaweed is packed with protein, iodine, amino acids, peptides, lipids and pigments; a combination that makes it one of the most nutrient-dense ingredients in your bottle of Sea Vegetables.

Focus evanescens: Fill the big gaps and the small gaps in your nutrition with this powerhouse of micro and macro elements. Harness its unsaturated fatty acids to assist in protecting your nervous system.

Rockweed: Ignite your metabolism and feel energized all day long with this antioxidant Sea Vegetables ingredient from the North Atlantic Ocean.

Bladderwrack: Help protect yourself against the perils of obesity and iodine deficiency. This sea plant helps make sure you stand a fighting chance against the battle of the bulge.


Total Cleanse contains a powerful blend of these globally-sourced ingredients:

Pau D'Arco:Your best offense is a good defense, and Pau D'Arco offers you a potent blend of anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antifungal compounds, which may help you combat free radicals that can contribute to ill health.

Red Clover: Boost your bone health and help bring down your inflammation levels with this time-tested ingredient, so you can keep moving at the pace you want to go!

Oregon Grape Root: Let your inner light shine out through radiant skin with this Total Cleanse ingredient that offers you antibacterial power and assistance with skin redness and irritation.

Burdock Root: Burdock root has been used in various cultures as a blood detoxifier. Enjoy it as part of your Total Cleanse blend, and rest assured knowing you're body is benefiting from this hard-to-find ingredient.

Yellow Dock Root: While you can cook with this ingredient, it's much easier to absorb its anti-inflammatory properties through the Total Cleanse liquid formula. Plus, your respiratory system will thank you for the benefits it gets from our Yellow Dock Root ingredient!

Dandelion Root: If you knew all the benefits of dandelion root, you would want to replace all the grass you can see with this cute, yellow-flowering plant! Besides a huge dose of vitamin A, our inclusion of dandelion root in the Total Cleanse blend offers you the full effects of its sugar-regulating, anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory properties.

Garlic:If Pau D’Arco is your defense, then garlic is your offense! This globally-utilized bulb offers you vital nutrients that help your body systems attack and conquer disease-causing agents with vitamin B6, manganese, vitamin C, selenium, fiber and trace amounts of multiple other elements!


Will Power contains a powerful blend of these globally-sourced ingredients:

Maca:Sourced from the mountains of South America, Maca was utilized as a medicinal food by people of high altitude to improve fertility & sex drive, support a healthy mood, and healthy blood flow. Additionally, it is also believed to enhance energy and stamina.

Rhodiola: Grown in the cold regions of Europe and Asia, Rhodiola has long been used for medicinal purposes to help enhance energy levels, stamina, strength, endurance, manage fatigue, anxiety, and weakness.

Astragalus: One of the key ingredients in traditional Chinese medicine, Astragalus, in combination with other herbs, has been widely used as a dietary supplement. It is believed to help manage appetite and fatigue, enhance immunity and energy levels.

Stevia: Stevia is a sweet-tasting plant that has been used to sweeten beverages since the 16th century. Weight watchers favor stevia as it helps manage weight and glucose levels.

Orthinine: Ornithine is a naturally occurring amino acid known to help manage weight, support detoxification, promote healthy liver function, and increase lean muscle mass & strength.

Carnitine: Carnitine is a nutrient and dietary supplement that helps in weight management, improving fasting-induced hunger, and supports increased muscle mass. Studies have shown that Carnitine intake may also help manage physical and mental fatigue.

Beta-Alanine:Want to improve your metabolism? You may consider beta-alanine because it is believed to improve metabolism and enhance physical performance.

Glutamine: One of the most abundant amino acids, Glutamine, helps manage a healthy weight and enhances glucose metabolism. Glutamine is also believed to be a fuel for immune cells.

Arginine: Arginine is a type of amino acid that is believed to promote muscle over fat gain. Additionally, arginine supplementation may benefit blood flow and endurance capacity.


Relief contains a powerful blend of these globally-sourced ingredients:

Boswellia Serrata:Used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic philosophies, this RELIEF ingredient offers you time-tested anti-inflammatory properties that are accredited to the plant’s boswellic acids and terpenes.

Yucca Root: A well-known desert plant, Yucca has been used as nutritious food and medicine. Celebrated for its anti-inflammatory properties, yucca root is used as an adaptogen to help ease muscle and joint pain with our RELIEF formulation.

Devil’s Claw: Devil’s claw or wood spider is a powerful herb known to have anti-inflammatory effects and helps calm inflammation, which is believed to be the root cause of many types of chronic pain.

Hops Flower: Pretty much everyone knows that hops is used to make beer, but did you know that it has been shown to be effective against muscle spasms, cough, fever and toothaches? We utilize it for its anti-inflammatory properties, but it sure is a powerful plant!

Fenugreek Seed: Flavonoids are one of the premiere mysteries recently cracked by modern science, and we utilize the flavonoids in fenugreek seed to bring you amazing anti-inflammation properties that can help you re-balance your body systems for a pain-free lifestyle.

Hyssop: Hyssop, a distant cousin of mint, is believed to contain natural antioxidants that have a considerable effect on pain relief. Additionally, hyssop may also help relax muscle spasms and ease cramps.

Ginger:This potent ingredient helps you manage your chronic pain naturally. The gingerols, which are anti-inflammatory compounds, may help relieve the pain associated with osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.


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Sea Vegetables

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Will-Power

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TOTAL CLEANSE

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MEGA MINERALS

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