Feed your body the nutrients it needs to stay in its prime
By Al Sears, MD, CNS
Your environment has changed.
The world you live in is nothing like the one your ancient ancestors thrived in. In their world, they got all the nutrients they needed from their food.
These days that’s almost impossible to do.
The commercialization of the food and farming industries has made profits priority, not people’s health. The result? An unnatural food supply completely unfit for your body. Between harmful pesticides, hormone treatments, antibiotics, chemicals and genetically modified food, you may as well be eating poison – in fact, you pretty much are.
These toxic foods aren’t just depriving you of nutrients; they’re also wreaking havoc on your body and making you sick.
Even the healthy foods are nutrient-deficient! Today you have to eat 10 servings of vegetables or more to equal the nutrition of one serving from 50 years ago.
You know it’s bad when the FDA admits that nutrient levels in soil have dropped 80% in the past 30 years.
Today’s environment has made supplements vital to your well-being. Your body needs these nutrients to fight back against the unnatural toxins you’re constantly exposed to.
As a Clinical Nutritionist Specialist, and in private practice, I’ve spent my whole adult life studying this lack of nutrients in the modern diet.
It led me to develop Primal Force supplements. To give you the nutrition you need to survive in today’s nutrient-starved world. And to provide valuable information you won’t hear anywhere else – especially not through mainstream media.
I travel 20,000 miles a year to remote locations throughout the world where people are being cured of so-called “incurable” diseases.
My goal when I get to these far-flung locations is to uncover the natural healing secrets and hidden therapies that are either unknown or ignored by mainstream medicine.
I bring back these healthy secrets and put them in my Primal Force supplements.
These supplements are designed to fuel your body with exactly what it needs to thrive in our modern world.
To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD