It's quick, convenient and less expensive than other options.
I put together this 90-day SuperFood Weight-Loss System to help busy people achieve maximum results, without a lot of fuss.
Here's what it does for you:
Available in both chocolate and vanilla, it:
Best of all, it helps you look past all the food temptations you face every day.
It whips up into a satisfying drink in under 30 seconds. Its phytonutrients help balance your body's inflammatory response, making it easier for you to lose fat.
Customers love making RealReds into snacks, such as popsicles or with a spoonful of Greek yogurt. And it's the perfect between-meal snack for when you're on the go or when you feel your stomach grumbling late at night.
At only 35 calories per scoop, it gives you tons of nutrition and flavor in 1 perfect guilt-free drink.
All while further accelerating your weight loss.
Studies show that constant inflammation interferes with your body's hormonal response to sugar.
One of the most powerful ways to reduce that inflammatory response is to consume omega-3 fatty acids, specifically at a dose of 2.4 grams per day.
So I'm including a 90-day supply of Super Critical Omega-3 TG as part of my 90-day SuperFood Weight-Loss System.
But before you decide that any old omega-3 fish oil will work, you need to know that my Super Critical Omega-3 TG has been proven to be 1.7 times more bioavailable than others on the market.
It's also concentrated and purified, so you only need 3 softgels per day to get your 2.4 grams. You'd need up to 8 softgels or more of drug store fish oils to get close to the same benefits.
We use special clear enteric softgels to bypass your stomach acid and go straight to your intestine, so you absorb more omega-3s with no fishy aftertaste.
What's more, RealDose Super Critical Omega-3 TG promotes fat loss by helping increase your adiponectin levels.
As a bonus, you'll benefit from improved mood, better memory and focus, and anti-aging support.
My family and I take Omega-3 TG every day. And you can too ... thanks to the 90-day SuperFood Weight-Loss System.
Purchased separately, the price for a 90-day supply of these products is $636.
That's about $7 a day. Because of the high quality of our research-based ingredients, that represents a true health bargain.
But don't worry ... you won't have to pay anywhere near that much for this beneficial tool to propel you toward the body of your dreams.
Because you've already shown that you're serious about getting the best possible results, I decided to put together a special package that's available only to those who are still in the initial phase of using WLF1.
Remember, this makes your food choices deliciously easy - so you lose weight even faster.
It strips the temptation out of your food decisions.
Before you know it, friends who haven't seen you in a while might start wondering where the "old you" went ... just like the friend of our recent 60-Day Challenge runner-up Barbara Queen. As Queen reported, her friend came over to her and said ...
"Where is Barbara Queen? I know she should be right here at this spot, but that lady is 'too skinny.'"
How could you not love that question?
So do yourself and your figure a huge favor, and get this complete 90-day SuperFood Weight-Loss System.
As a special bonus for you, I am "gifting" you two $100 bills plus some ...
I'm committed to helping you get the health and weight-loss success you dream of.
We believe in these scientific formulas and your upcoming results so much that we're willing to throw two $100 bills your way, so you can have access to this proven system today.
Lay claim to it today, so you can enjoy substantial, consistent, week-to-week results that are waiting with your name written on them.
Steven Sisskind, M.D.
You can prepare RealMeal GF™ in under 60 seconds by simply putting eight ounces of water into a blender, adding two scoops of powder and 3 ice cubes, and then blending for 30 seconds.
You end up with a delicious and creamy drink without any strange protein taste. (I prefer chocolate, but the rest of my family likes vanilla.)
I generally recommend taking RealMeal GF™ at breakfast, but you can use it at other meals too (up to twice a day).
You can also use RealMeal GF™ when you get a sweet tooth (usually later in the evening). Because of its low glycemic index you can consume RealMeal GF™ even late at night guilt- free.
And because of its sweet flavor, it eliminates your sugar cravings, which for me is a really big deal.
Yes. We formulated RealMeal GF™ to be safe and without side effects.
We've taken great care to formulate RealMeal GF™ so that it will not interfere with most medications, including those for the treatment of diabetes, cholesterol, and high blood pressure. However, you should always consult with your physician regarding any potential interaction with RealMeal GF™ ingredients and the medications that you are taking.
RealReds is a key player in the RealDose® family of nutritional supplements. It brings you a blend of superstar fruits and berries. Just 1 serving offers the health benefits of a concentrated amount of phytonutrients and polyphenols — equivalent to 6 servings of fruit.
It comes in powdered form and mixes with water to offer — true to the RealDose promise — the right amounts of key phytonutrients. Every fruit was selected because of its nutritional profile … profiles backed by scientific research and nutritional studies.
It provides all this without the sugar and the insulin spike associated with consuming too many whole fruits and berries.
RealReds features a lineup of superfruits with naturally occurring phytonutrients and polyphenols: apples, blood oranges, blueberries, camu camu, Aronia chokeberries, grapes, noni, pomegranates and strawberries. It also includes organic blue agave powder, a source of natural inulin, which promotes the growth of beneficial gut bacteria.
Just as important as what's in RealReds is what's not in it. RealReds is free of milk and milk products, eggs, fish, peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish, soy and wheat. It contains NO gluten, NO ingredients from genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and NO artificial preservatives, sweeteners, colors or flavors.
For calorie counters, this is really good news: just 35 calories per serving. That's far fewer than the 360 or so calories you'd get with 6 servings of fruit.
And yes, it's a great source of fiber, providing 6 grams (24% of the daily value) in just 1 serving.
Clinical studies on the various ingredients in RealReds link them to a wide range of benefits, such as helping to promote a healthy inflammatory response, reduce the signs of premature aging and combat the oxidative stress that can occur with excess exposure to pollution, with intense exercise or with diabetes.
That's where creativity comes in. You can mix a single tablespoon of RealReds with water and get a delicious treat. Or you can mix it with RealMeal GF™ to make a high-protein shake or smoothie. Some of our customers use it with yogurt and add their favorite ingredients.
It's a great resource for busy people who can't always take the time to prepare fresh fruits or berries.
RealReds also makes a great traveling companion. When you need a quick, healthy snack, but can't bear the offerings from a vending machine or fast-food outlet, RealReds is at your disposal.
As with all dietary supplements, we recommend that you consult your physician or other licensed healthcare professional prior to use if you are taking any medications.
Because we are always trying to ensure we deliver the best at everything we do, we never stop improving. In this case, we discovered new ways to increase omega-3 absorbability and deliver more omega-3s in less “pill space”.
Super Critical Omega-3 TG consists of purified and concentrated omega-3 fish oil through a process called Super Critical extraction. This special process yields amazingly pure oil that is standardized to 80% omega-3 fatty acid content. Also included is a special coating called, “ClearEnteric™” which allows our oil to bypass your stomach and dissolve in the small intestines instead. This increases absorption by 3X and helps eliminate fish burps. There is a slight amount of natural lemon/lime flavor and a proprietary antioxidant blend consisting of natural tocopherols in order to extend shelf life.
Yes. Our fish oil comes from natural sources, and is purified using a process that results in the natural triglyceride form of the oil -- the same as you’d find in a pure source of fish.
Yes. The purification processes and standards for fish oil have evolved considerably over the years. Impurities such as from mercury, lead and other sources can be detected (and removed) down to the level of parts per billion. Moreover, each and every batch is tested to ensure this same level of purity and safety.
Yes! One of the benefits of our ClearEnteric™ technology is that the capsules bypass your stomach (where burps or stomach upset would occur) and get digested in your small intestine where it is more absorbable and less likely to cause the fish burps.
Yes. Omega-3 fatty acids are not only safe, but proven to be effective for humans in over 8,000 double-blind, clinical studies. However, as with any product, you should consult your doctor with any questions.
Since the oils found in RealDose Super Critical Omega-3 TG can potentially thin your blood, it’s recommended you be especially careful if you’re on any form of blood-thinning medication, including leading heart health drugs. Thus, we recommend you always consult with your physician regarding any potential interaction with Super Critical Omega-3 TG and the medications that you are taking.
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