What’s In Your Supplement?
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) defines a dietary supplement as a product that is intended for ingestion that contains a dietary ingredient intended to add further nutritional value to the diet. Generally speaking, supplements include any one, or any combination of vitamins, minerals, fiber, fatty acids or amino acids, among other substances.
A report published by Zion Market Research indicates that the global dietary supplements market was valued at $138.2 billion in 2016, and is expected to reach $220.3 billion by 2022—that’s a lot of supplements.
With such a wide variety of supplements on the market, how can you be sureyou’re getting the right one to meet your needs, or that the product you’re putting into your body really is what it says it is? In a perfect world you wouldn’t have to worry about that, but that isn’t always the case.
There have been many instances of dietary supplements sold at national retailers containing little to none of the ingredients listed on their labels. More often than not, those supplements are made up of mostly cheap fillers, such as rice and houseplants, or various ingredients that could be hazardous to people with food allergies.
On top of not containing what’s promised on their labels, many supplement retailers only offer 22 to 30 servings of their product per bottle. While a less expensive retail price might seem like a great option, especially when you’re trying a supplement for the first time, this is really a ploy to get you to spend more money in the long run.
Here at Torem, we know that when you’re trying a product you not only expect results, but you also expect to get the best “bang for your buck.”This means trying out a supplement for a longer period of time to completely benefit from it and see exactly what it can do for you.
Simply put, would you rather pay for a single serving of something at your local grocery store, or have the option to buy in bulk and save at a retailer like Costco? To us it’s a no-brainer.
We pride ourselves in being able to give you the Tesla of supplements at the price of a Volkswagen, and we use quality ingredients, all of which come from research institutes as opposed to seeking out more seemingly cost-effective middlemen or brokers. This way, we can ensure that you’re getting exactly what you pay for.
When you order Neco-Adipem, not only are you getting 60 sleek, easy-carry pouches, you’re also getting patented, trademarked ingredients that have been carefully put together through validated research. Depending on your personal fat-loss goals, a box will last you anywhere from one to two months.
Unless you’re afraid of quality ingredients at the right price and quantity, give Neco-Adipem a try today. Your body will thank you.