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From A-to-Zeal: From A-to-Zeal:

55 INGREDIENTS* WHEN COMBINED CONTRIBUTE TO 55 INGREDIENTS* WHEN COMBINED CONTRIBUTE TO A FOUNDATION TOWARDS A HIGHER WAY OF LIFE A FOUNDATION TOWARDS A HIGHER WAY OF LIFE

26 BOTANICALS









12 VITAMINS




ESSENTIAL MINERALS



5+ AMINO ACIDS


AND MORE


Scott VanLue, M.D.
Medical Advisory Board Member
Scientific Advisory Board Member

According to the American Medical Association, everybody should consider adding nutritional supplements to their diet. As our lives grow busier and more demanding, the typical American diet has become increasingly deficient in key nutrients and richer in empty calories. While the value of our foods has a lot to do with what we are choosing to eat, it may also be related to the depletion of nutrients in our soil after years of commercial farming methods. Simply eating good foods and a balanced diet is increasingly considered inadequate to maintain optimal nutrition. The nutrient density and diversity of rice bran has long been known to the scientific and medical communities. An enzyme called lipase combines with the oil in the rice bran, turning the oil rancid. But Scientists have now perfected a new, non-chemical stabilization process that has allowed for longer storage of the nutrient-dense rice bran and rice germ, while preserving their extraordinary nutritional benefits. Stabilized rice bran, is one of the most nutrient dense and diverse food ingredients available to us today. The stabilized rice bran in Zeal is in a unique, water-soluble form, allowing its use in Zeal Wellness where it contributes a multitude of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and other nutritional elements that can both nourish and support the cells of our bodies.

Dr. VanLue is a family practice physician with a focus on exercise, nutrition, wellness applications and functional medicine. Scott graduated with honors with a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Chemistry from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from Oral Roberts University School of Medicine and served his residency at the University of South Florida Hospital in Orlando, Florida. Scott holds a Florida state medical license, a license from the American Academy of Family Practice and a certificate of added qualifications in sports medicine.

Zeal’s stabilized rice bran contains trace minerals including calcium, chloride, chromium, copper, iodine, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, potassium, selenium, sodium and zinc. It also contains the essential amino acids phenlyalanine, lysine, isoleucine, methionine, threonine, leucine, tryptophane, valine, histadine; and the non essential amino acids, glycine, glutamic acid, praline, alanine, serine, cystine, tyrosine, arginine, and aspartic acid.

“Zeal may help people feel less anxious and more positive, with more energy and vigor. That’s exactly what you want to see in a nutritional product.” –Scott VanLue, M.D.

Due to Zeal’s proprietary blend, each amount of specific ingredient varies. The benefits received by consuming Zeal are due to a symphony of carefully combined elements that make up a nutritional powerhouse.

 

AN IMPORTANT NOTE TO READERS:

The Information contained comes from the Zeal Science Update and is not intended to replace advice from your physician or healthcare professional. It is recommended to consult with a qualified healthcare professional before starting any diet or supplementation program. *This edition is to be used exclusively in the U.S.A. For more information visit Zurvita.com.

All information contained is the Copyright of Zurvita, Inc. 2017.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
*This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.