Sunday, November 2, 2014

Celivites Gluten-Free Product Review

Today, let's chat about vitamins and supplements. It's challenging to find a legit gluten-free supplement that is gluten-free verified. In addition, supplements are debatable on their absorption value as people should eat smarter via food education, especially when being diagnosed with Celiac Disease or any other auto-immune or food related intolerance. Nevertheless, I've found a product that speaks to our targeted, yet diverse gluten-free health community, with a balanced and well absorbed supplement that can help you!

Celivites are proven to be gluten-free. They batch test for gluten contamination <5ppm which is 4x more carefully tested than FDA guideline of <20 ppm and they're currently undergoing review by the Celiac Spru Association (CSA). That's trustworthy as brands who label "gluten-free" don't always prove gluten-free claims and you should always ask about their 3rd parties and what verification ppm is being tested ongoing to customer services representatives or CEO/Owners, before buying any products. For ultimate health, consult a trusted Celiac focused doctor, exercise regularly, and primarily switch your diet to natural, real foods, and less processed packaged foods in the middle of the grocery stores. 

"87% of newly diagnosed Celiacs have 1 or more deficiency..." 

Celivites health are a woman owned company with three products that focus on supplemental offerings to those with Celiac Disease, gluten intolerance and beyond. For those of us who suffer from health concerns related in some form to gluten, common deficiencies may be Vitamin A, B6, folic acid B12, Vitamin D, and minerals Zinc and Iron. Back in 1997 I also had an iron deficiency as one of my classic symptoms. Celivites offers a supplement to your regular improvements in finding gluten-free packaged foods, but focus on natural vegetables, fruits, fish and healthy meat and poultry that are organic and non GMO to get yourself back on the road to regular health. If you find yourself struggling on a gluten-free diet one a day, of each of their three products, are proper and safe to absorb. 

Bone Health Smoothies

If you love smoothies as much as I do, scoop bone health into your regular or new recipes. That's what I do. Typically, I will incorporate almond milk, steeped green tea, spirulina, hemp protein, fruit such as avocado, strawberry, banana, apple, lemons, even ginger and kale or add some some peanut butter or sunflower butter. 

Gluten Free G Approved

Celiac Disease:  5 out of 5
Gluten Intolerant: 5 out of 5 
Everybody else: 4 out of 5

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