What is Zeal Wellness?
Someone on Facebook sent me a message today asking if I had heard of Zeal for Life? The answer was, yes.
Someone in my 86 year old young mother's bowling league asked her this question and offered her an opportunity to try Zeal Wellness.
My mother declined her offer. My mom uses my Fit for Life Healthy Program and System (see another blog). My mother doesn't have any diseases, takes no over the counter drugs or prescribed medications. She sees an MD once a year for an annual check up. Her friend told her she had arthritis and suffered from chronic pain.
Many people especially seniors are seeking natural remedies to find relief from health issues. Some are looking for the silver bullet for nutrition or quick fix for a health issue. Like drugs and medication, there is no quick fix for health and wellness using chemicals or scientifically engineered foods. There is no all-in-one pharmaceutical that will substitute for eating real live whole foods.
Food for Thought:
Take accountability and responsibility for your own health. Do your own research on Zeal Wellness before you Feel the Zeal. It is my recommendation that you do not drink Zeal Wellness products.
The Truth About Zeal All-In-One Natural Product
Here is why:
Zeal Wellness tells you exactly what is in their products and who it is made in their promotional video. It is a "scientifically engineered" product. They say the products are an all-in-one scientifically engineered natural nutritional drink.
What does that mean?
It means that all their products start with natural foods, but end up a chemical product after the engineering process. In a nutshell, Zeal Wellness creates a reconstructed product from a group of whole foods and puts them into a concentrated formula blend.
How is a concentrated product made?
From concentrate means all of the liquid (with the natural vitamins and minerals) has been removed from the food. Consider how a homemade or store purchased super green juice is made, you put vegetables kale, spinach, celery, cucumber, parsley plus a carrot, beet or maybe an apple in a juicer - the pure essence liquid is extracted for the drink, and we throw away the pulp as garbage.
A concentrated product means they have removed the liquid and use the pulp to scientifically create the powdered products. You purchase the container add water or some other juice into that chemical powder.
Zeal Wellness has excellent marketing, however, most people don't know how to do research to determine the value of the supplements. Zeal Wellness claims to provide an excellent source of "nutrients, antioxidants, and vitamins that enrich, restore, and protect your body at the cellular level. Not true.
One can not protect and restore the body with eating or drinking chemical products. You will get a natural caffeine kick and some may feel better for a while but will pay the price later. Even I have been duped by some of these types of companies because they are vague about what is in the product or do not list everything in the product.
One has to eat real, live whole foods like green leafy green vegetables to repair the body systems, citrus fresh and roots to clean the body fruit, fruit in season, berries and whole grains for fuel and energy, plus plant based protein and shitake mushrooms for muscles, strength, and endurance.
Drink Alkaline Water (1/2 your body weight to flush the fat):
One also must drink real water with a good pH balance of 7 or higher and get the proper rest. The body has the innate ability to cleanse, balance, repair and regenerates itself with proper nutrition starting with whole organic fresh live foods.
Read the labels:
What are the first three ingredients?
That is what the main product is. If you can't pronounce it - don't drink or eat it.
Avoid all chemicals in the food or drink, avoid reconstituted, reconstructed and from concentrated they are all chemicals claiming to be food. Avoid all white stuff like bleached foods, white sugar, sugar substitutes, and white rice.
Also avoid corn syrup, all "Monsanto" corn, and Monsanto soy products. (Monsanto injects "Roundup Pesticide" into the corn and soy seeds) They look like corn and soy, but they are registered with FDA as a pesticide. You can't wash Roundup Pesticide off, you are eating pesticide. Read the labels and if the ingredients have three syllable words - it is not a food. rule of thumb - if you can't pronounce it - Don't eat or drink it!
There you have it - FREE advice to be Fit for Life Healthy!
Here is to your Health and Wellness
Dr Saquina Akanni,
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Thank you Supplement Geek for your contribution:
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