Essense Health Blend Dietary Supplement

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$79.95
  • Dietary Supplement

  • Powder format for blending with juice (includes measuring scoop)
  • 1.54 pound cannister
  • 140 servings per container
  • Over a 4 month supply

Essense Health Blend

Essense Health Blend dietary supplement is a great way to obtain the essential nutrition that you need all in one easy-to-use product. Essense Health Blend contains 45 vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and other special nutrients.

Mix 1 teaspoon of Essense Health Blend into 8-10 ounces of 100% fruit or vegetable juice. Add fresh fruits or vegetables for added nutritional value. As a special treat, mix Essense Health Blend in with yogurt, fresh or frozen fruit, and honey for a nutritious and delicious smoothie. Drink Essense Health Blend in the morning to get a jump start on your day.

Essense Health Blend Nutrition Facts

Serving Size:  1 teaspoon (5 grams)
Servings Per Container: 140 servings

Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
01. Boron .75 mg
02. Calcium 150 mg 15%
03. Chromium 100 mcg 83%
04. Copper .77 mg 38%
05. Iodine 38.2 mcg 25%
06. Iron 3.69 mg 21%
07. Magnesium 175 mg 44%
08. Manganese 1.25 mg 62%
09. Molybdenum 65 mcg 86%
10. Phosphorus 50 mg 5%
11. Potassium 125 mg 3.5%
12. Selenium 25 mcg 36%
13. Vanadium 25 mcg
14. Zinc 7.5 mg 50%
15. Biotin 125 mcg 41%
16. Vitamin A 1250 IU 50%
17. Beta Carotene 1250 IU 50%
18. Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 11.15 mg 743%
19. Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 12.5 mg 735%
20. Vitamin B3 (Niacin) 12.5 mg 125%
21. Niacinamide 12.5 mg 125%
22. Vitamin B5 (CA Pantothenate) 12.5 mg 125%
23. Vitamin B6 (Pyradoxine)

10.28 mg

514%
24. Vitamin B9 (Foic Acid) 500 mcg 125%
25. Vitamin B12 (Cobalamine) 250 mcg 4,167%
26. Vitamin C 250 mg 417%
27. Vitamin D3 800 IU 200%
28. Vitamin E (Natural) 150 IU 500%
29. Vitamin K 20 mcg 25%
30. Carnitine Fumarate 6.25 mg
31. Chia Seeds 525 mg
32 Citrus Bioflavinoid 250 mg
33. Coenzyme Q10 2.5 mg
34. Cruciferous Vegetables 200 mg
35. Ginko Leaf 100 mg
36. Glucosamine Sulfate 25 mg
37. Kelp 100 mg
38. Lecithin 525 mg
39. L-Lysine 200 mg
40. Myo-Inositol 6.25 mg
41. Psyllium Husk (Fiber) 180 mg
42. Rice Protein 495 mg
43. Amylase 1375 USP
44. Lipase 110 USP
45. Protease 1375 USP
Daily value is based on a 2,000 calorie per day diet.

Note: contains soy and fish

Health Topic Library

Minerals are inorganic substances found naturally in water, rocks, and soil. Approximately 4% of the human body consists of minerals, but, we cannot make these essential nutrients ourselves. We must get minerals from our diet: from plants that convert minerals from their inorganic form into a useable form, as well as from the animals who forage on these plants. All body processes depend upon the presence of minerals. Minerals are the building blocks of our skeleton, cells, and tissues. Minerals facilitate the transfer of nutrients across cell membranes. Minerals enable nerve conduction and the ability to contract and relax muscles. Minerals maintain the body's delicate pH balances. Minerals are enzyme catalysts.

Without enzymes, life as we know it would not exist. Enzymes enable chemical reactions in the body. Every metabolic function of your body, including digesting the food you eat, requires enzymes. Raw foods are the best source of digestive enzymes. Cooking and processing foods destroy their enzyme content. When we eat foods that lack digestive enzymes, we force the body to divert its production of enzymes away from important metabolic enzymes into digestive enzyme production, placing a burden on the pancrease. There are three categories of digestive enzymes: proteolytic enzymes digest protein, lipases digest fat, and amylases digest carbohydrates.

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