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Helpful Information About Herbs and Other Types of Supplement Ingredients:

Digestive Enzymes:
  • Digestive enzymes aid the body in breaking down fats, proteins, and carbohydrates.
  • Digestive enzyme supplements protect against this malabsorption, which can slow digestion and lead to uncomfortable symptoms like bloating, flatulence, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea.
  • Supplements also often contain a mixture of enzymes, such as proteolytic enzymes like bromelain and papain (needed to digest protein), lipase (needed to digest fat), and amylase (needed to digest carbohydrates).
  • According to a research project the conclusion for enzymimatic supplementation is as follows; "As reviewed in this paper, enzyme supplementation therapy may play an important role in several digestive and malabsorption disorders, such as EPI and lactose intolerance." (Project Link)

  • Pre-Biotics are bound to be the next super healthy supplement. Look for it to become the next trend in a healthy diet.
  • A paper titled "Health Effects and Sources of Prebiotic Dietary Fiber" (link) listed the following as benefits to be studied:
    • Increases in Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli
    • Production of beneficial metabolites
    • Increases in calcium absorption
    • Decreases in protein fermentation
    • Decreases in pathogenic bacteria populations
    • Decreases in allergy risk
    • Effects on gut barrier permeability
    • Improved immune system defense
  • "The gut microbiota has been linked to many disorders, and prebiotics are one means to modulate the populations and activities of microbes in the gut," says Mary Ellen Sanders, PhD, president of Dairy & Food Culture Technologies in Centennial, Colorado.
  • According to a recent study by Sanders and colleagues, ingestion of prebiotic formulations can improve calcium absorption, and reduce duration, incidence, and symptoms of traveler's diarrhea; alleviate IBS symptoms; prevent specific allergies; reduce energy intake and markers of insulin resistance; improve body weight management; and increase satiety and decrease appetite. (Sanders ME, Lenoir-Wijnkoop I, Salminen S, et al. Probiotics and prebiotics: prospects for public health and nutritional recommendations. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2014;1309:19-29.)


  • Probiotics include "good" bacteria. These are live microorganisms that can provide health benefits when consumed.
    • These benefits are thought to result from the ability of probiotics to restore the natural balance of gut bacteria.
    • The bacteria or flora in the digestive tract assist in the breakdown and digestion process of all food consumed.
  • When too many bad bacteria exist in the digestive tract and not enough good bacteria exist to control them a disease called candida can present itself as any number of other types of infections. 
    • Some of the catalysts to the imbalance can come from illness, medication such as antibiotics, poor diet and more.
    • Consequences of an imbalanced digestive system can include digestive issues, allergies, mental health problems, obesity and more.
  • Probiotics are usually taken as supplements. 
  • To date Probiotics appear to be safe for most people.

Everyone has heard of vitamins. We all know that there are several forms of vitamin B and that vitamin C is well known for taking during the cold season. Some people might even know that people (humans) synthisize vitamin D from exposure to sunlight. Here are a feww more little tidbits about vitamins.
  • Vitamins are organic compounds that are needed in small portions to sustain life.
    • Here are some key points about vitamins. More detail and supporting information is in the main article.
    • There are 13 known vitamins.
    • Vitamins are either water-soluble or fat-soluble.
    • Fat-soluble vitamins are easier for the body to store than water-soluble.
    • Vitamins always contain carbon, so they are described as "organic."
    • Food is the best source of vitamins, but some people may be advised by a physician to use supplements.

Omega 3 Fatty Acids
  • Omega 3's are essential fatty acids. This means that the human body does not produce it. Omega 3's need to be comsumed.
  • There are 3 types of omega 3 fatty acids.
    • ALA - (alpha-linolenic acid)  We need to get ALA from our diet by consuming ALA-rich foods like flax and chia seeds. ALA is a precursor to EPA and DHA, but the conversion rate in our bodies is extremely low – often less than 1 percent of ALA is converted to EPA and DHA. Sources containing ALA fatty acids are not the most efficient way to get your daily recommended allowance of Omega 3 Fatty Acids.
    • DHA - Docosahexaenoic acid; also known as the long-chain Omega-3s, are known for supporting heart, brain and eye health at all stages of life. In fact, our heart, brain and eyes contain the highest omega-3 content compared to other parts of the human body. Like EPA - DHA is found abundantly in fish oils like Salmon and Anchovies.
    • EPA - Eicosapentaenoic acid also found in fish oil is produced by krill and then consumed by other fish like salmon, wild tuna and other fish that live in the northern seas or oceans. EPA and DHA aften work together for the best results in a health concious diet.
  • Results from observational studies have been consistent with these findings, with several systematic reviews and meta-analyses showing that higher ... levels of omega-3s are associated with a lower risk of heart failure, coronary disease, and fatal coronary heart disease.  (Review Link)
  • The human body does not produce significant amounts of EPA or DHA on its own, so you must get these important nutrients from the foods you eat and the supplements you consume. If you’re looking to get the heart health benefits of omega-3s, go straight to the source of EPA and DHA. EPA and DHA are naturally found in marine sources, including fatty fish – salmon, tuna, mackerel, herring – shellfish, and marine algae.
  • Alfalfa is a very common plant that most of us think of as food for horses and cows is actually a healthy herb to supplement with. 
  • Alfalfa is related to the pea family. Alfalfa’s name is rooted in the Arabic word that means ‘father of all foods’.
  • Alfalfa’s extensive root system is credited with the ability to absorb a significant amount of nutrients, such as vitamins A, C, D, E and K, as well as all the B-vitamins.
    • Alfalfa also has minerals like; Copper, Manganese, Magnesium, Iron and Zinc just to name a few.
  • According to the conclusion listed below Alfalfa may help type 2 diabetics improve their production of insulin. This study used lab rats as the test subjects but the results were very positive.
    • The results of this study indicate that, in diabetic rats treated with the alfalfa extract, the diameter and number of pancreatic islets were significantly increased as compared to diabetic controls, so production and secretion of insulin increased. Alfalfa causes reduction in cholesterol synthesis by saponins, and it can reform membrane of liver cells, thus, inhibiting leaking of liver enzymes. High dose of manganese in alfalfa and increased insulin resulted to decrease of blood glucose. (Study Link)
Red Raspberry
  • Red Raspberry leaves are loaded with nutrients as well and often used to make an herbal tea that has medicinal uses.
    • They provide B vitamins, vitamin C and a number of minerals, including potassium, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus and iron. However, their most notable contribution might be their antioxidant properties.
  • Red raspberry leaves contain polyphenols like tannins and flavonoids, which act as antioxidants in your body and can help protect cells from damage.
  • In addition, the leaves contain small amounts of ellagic acids, which have been shown to neutralize carcinogens.

Licorice Root
  • Licorice Root has been used as a food for centuries. It is also valued for providing diverse medicinal benefits such as longevity and vitality.
  • Licorice offers a wide range of beneficial nutrients and flavonoids.
  • It is a good source of vitamin B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid) and vitamin E (tocopherol).
  • It also provides minerals such as phosphorous, calcium, choline, iron, magnesium, potassium, selenium, silicon and zinc.
  • It is a storehouse of essential phytonutrients, including beta-carotene, glycyrrhizin, glabridin, isoliquiritigenin, thymol, phenol, ferulic acid, and quercetin.
  • Licorice aids in improving the immune defense mechanism of the body.
    • Studies have shown that it also helps in elevating the levels of interferon, an anti-viral agent which, along with glycyrrhizinic acid, stimulates the action of immune cells and thereby aids in boosting the immune system.

Gotu Kola

  • Gotu Kola (Centella Asiatica) has been called the "herb of longevity.
  • A 2013 review of anti-anxiety herbal medicines also concluded that gotu kola has an acute anti-anxiety effect. (Study Review)
  • Traditionally, Gotu Kola leaves were used to remedy severe pain in the stomach. We now know that this pain was related to gastric ulcers. This is still considered  a viable treatment.  The anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of the leaves are considered the reason that Gotu Kola is used to improve the health of the gut and colon.
  • In India Gotu Kola is regarded as one of the most important rejuvenative herbs in Ayurvedic Medicine.

Chia Seed

  • Chia seeds were used by the Mayans and the Aztecs. The scientific name is Salvia Hispanica.
    • The Aztecs and Mayans used Chia Seeds as a source of great energy. It is said that the warriors/ hunters would use them to improve their endurance during the long and arguous journeys.
      • "Chia" is the ancient Mayan word for strength.
  • A one-ounce (28 grams) serving of chia seeds contains: 11 grams of fiber, 4 grams of protein, 5 grams of omega 3 fatty acids, 18% of Recommended Daily Allowance (RDI) of Calcium, 30% of the RDI of Magnanese and Magnesium, 27% of the RDI of Phosphorus as well as Zinc, Vitamin B3 (Niacin) Potassium, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) and Vitamin B2.
  • Dieticians and Nutritionists believe that chia seeds can aid weight loss.
    • Its soluble fiber absorbs large amounts of water and expands in your stomach, which should increase fullness and slow the absorption of food. (Study)
    • Chia seeds are high in protein and fiber, both of which have been shown to aid weight loss. However, studies on chia seeds have provided mixed results.
  • The fiber in Chia Seeds also feeds the friendly bacteria in your intestine. This fact aids in keeping your gut flora well fed is absolutely crucial for proper digestion and overall health.

Garcinia Cambogia
  • Garcinia Cambogia, a tropical fruit. It is a popular weight-loss supplement and keeps gaining popularity as obesity becomes more and more of a problem.
  • It is believed to block your body's ability to make fat and it may assist in reducing appetite.
  • The active ingredient is in the rind. It is called hydroxycitric acid, or HCA. HCA has been studied and proven to boost fat metabolization and curb the desire to eat. (Study)
    • It appears to block an enzyme called citrate lyase, which your body uses to make fat. (Study)
    • It also appears to raise levels of the chemical serotonin, which may make you feel less hungry. (Study)


  • Dandelion acts as a diuretic. A diuretic increases urine output and may assist in eliminating excess water weight.
  • Dandelion root has long been known as a “liver tonic” in folk medicine.
    • Preliminary studies verify the Herbalists beliefs because of its ability to increase the flow of bile. Bile is produced by the liver and stored in the gall bladder.
      • Bile contains bile acids, which are critical for digestion and absorption of fats and fat-soluble vitamins in the small intestine. Many waste products, including bilirubin, are eliminated from the body by the secretion of bile into the digestion tract and elimination with the feces in bowel movements.
    • Naturopaths believe that dandelion roots could help detoxify the liver, help with skin and eye problems, and relieve symptoms of liver disease.
      • A 2017 study suggests that polysaccharides in dandelion may indeed be beneficial to liver function. (Study)
  • A recent Korean study suggests that dandelion could have similar effects on the body as the weight loss drug Orlistat, which works by inhibiting pancreatic lipase, an enzyme released during digestion to break down fat. (Study)


  • Chickweed (Stellaria media) is an annual plant found throughout Europe and is scientifically known as Stellaria Media.
  • The most noted benefits of Chickweed include its use as a topical to heal the skin, its use as a medicinal plant for gastrointestinal distress, and as an aid in weight loss.
  • Chickweed is packed with minerals and antioxidants. Herbalists believe that is why chickweed was used to prevent oxidative stress and soothe inflammation topically. It was a well documented application through the nineteenth century.
  • Many people drink chickweed tea because it has certain diuretic and laxative qualities, which can help people lose water weight.
    • Some studies have found that this herb also suppresses the appetite, further helping to limit calories and aid weight loss efforts.
  • Chickweed is a thermogenic herb. This means that it increases the internal temperature of your body. It is theorized that the increase of tempurature increases metabolism. The increase of metabolism may facilitate weight loss as well as some circulation benefits.


  • Sometimes called Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica) has been a staple in herbal medicine since ancient times.
    • Ancient Egyptians used stinging nettle to treat arthritis and lower back pain, while Roman troops rubbed it on themselves to help stay warm.
  • Stinging nettle’s leaves and root provide a wide variety of nutrients, including; Vitamins A, C and K, as well as several B vitamins - Minerals like Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium and Sodium - Fats including Linoleic acid, Linolenic acid, Palmitic acid, Stearic acid and Oleic acid - Amino acids - Polyphenols including Kaempferol, Quercetin, Caffeic acid and Coumarins - and Pigments like Beta-carotene, Lutein and Luteoxanthin
    • That's a big list of healthy content to list in just one plant! Many of them act as antioxidants in your body to provide general health.
  • Some studies show that Stinging Nettle acts as an anti-inflammatory (Stinging Nettle Antirheumatic 1, Stinging Nettle Study 2)
  • Both human and animal studies link stinging nettle to lower blood sugar levels. (Study
    • In fact, this plant contains compounds that may mimic the effects of insulin. (Study)

Cascara Sagrada
  • The literal Spanish translation of Cascara Segrada is Sacred Bark.
    • This is the name given to the plant by the Spanish Priests.
    • There are two possible reasons for the name.
      • One is that the bark was dried and used as a laxative or purgative by the priests.
      • The other is that the wood closely resembles the wood used to build the ark of the covenant.
  • Cascara Sagrada has active componants called anthraquinones. These are thought to be the reason that Cascara is an effective laxative or purgative. They stimulate the peristoltic muscles and thereby assist in the elimination of fecal matter from the colon.
  • Constipation relief is cascara sagrada’s best known possible benefit. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
    • A 2002 study published in Life Sciences researched the effects of aloe-emodin, a component of cascara, on two human liver cell lines, Hep G2 and Hep 3B. The researchers found that aloe-emodin inhibited cancer cell proliferation and induced apoptosis (programmed cell death) in both cell lines, concluding that aloe-emodin “may be useful in liver cancer prevention.” (Study Link) More studies are needed to prove or disprove this theory.
Psyllium Seed
  • Psyllium is a type of fiber commonly used as a gentle, bulk-forming laxative.
  • Being a soluble fiber, psyllium is able to pass through your digestive system without being completely broken down or absorbed. As it passes throught the digestive tract it absorbs water and becomes a viscous compound that benefits issues that start in the digestive tract like; constipation, diarrhea, blood sugar, blood pressure, cholesterol and weight loss.
  • Psyllium husk is the main active ingredient in Metamucil, a fiber supplement often used to reduce constipation.
  • The physical effects of fiber in the small intestine drive metabolic health effects (e.g., cholesterol lowering, improved glycemic control), and efficacy is a function of the viscosity of gel‐forming fibers (e.g., psyllium). (NIH Study)
  • A soluble, nonfermented gel-forming fiber retains its high water-holding capacity throughout the large bowel to provide a stool normalizing effect (ie, psyllium—softens hard stool in constipation, firms loose/liquid stool in diarrhea, normalizes stool form in IBS). When recommending a fiber supplement, only a soluble nonfermenting, gel-forming fiber has been clinically proven to provide all of the health benefits typically associated with a fiber supplement. (Evidence-Based Approach to Fiber Supplements Published March 26th 2015
Turkey Rhubarb
  • Turkey rhubarb is the storehouse of compounds like calcium oxalate, anthraquinones, tannins, and various fatty acids. The tannins and anthraquinones give it the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, making it potentially good for digestive issues like teporary bouts of constipation.
  • Turkey rhubarb is a very powerful purgative and has been used to assist in the elimination of bad bacteria and blockages from the gut. The presence of the purgative compounds in this herb makes it an effective colon cleanser.
  • Turkey Rhubarb was cultivated as a medicinal plant in China as early as 2700 BC. Trade between Venice and the Orient brought Chinese (Turkey) Rhubarb to Europe where it was used medicinally beginning in the 17th century as a purgative and for relief from constipation and other stomach issues.
  • Some other active chemical compounds in Turkey Rhubarb are aloe-emodin, chrysophanol, emodin, physcion, rhein, and sennoside –a and –b.
  • Finally Turkey Rhubarb’s efficacy as a broad anti-septic is also well-established both by traditional use and scientific study. The root contains a number of bactericides and viricides and some of these chemicals, such as chrysophanol and rhein, are also active against yeast (Candida).
Slippery Elm

  • Slippery elm, or Ulmus rubra, is a tree native to the central and eastern United States and Ontario, Canada.
  • Native Americans would peel its slimy, red inner bark from twigs and branches and use it as a remedy for many common ailments, like fevers, wounds, and sore throats. They found that when the bark is mixed with water, it generates a sticky material known as mucilage, which is therapeutic and soothing to anything it touches.
  • Slippery elm bark is catagorized as a demulcent. Demulcent are considered by herbalists to be anti-inflammatory or a substance that relieves irritations to the mucous membrane. In short this means that it is considered to be capable of soothing the mucous membrane lining of the stomach and intestines and reduce irritation to the same. Demulcents are sometimes referred to as mucoprotective agents.
  • One small clinical study found that a mixture containing slippery elm enhanced bowel movements in patients with constipation. (Slippery Elm Health Benefits)

The studies sited above are for informational purposes only. They do not reflect or relate to the performance or purpose of any products that contain similar materials.

Help Me Choose

Diet and Weight Loss

We hear this term almost every day. There are television ads, magizine ads, food or meal delivery services, clubs, groups and thousands of books that all have the guaranteed way to lose weight and get that youthful beach worthy body that you always wanted. The fact is that losing weight for most people boils down to simple math and a little bit of common sense. To lose weight a person needs to expend more calories in a day that was consumed. On top of that the diet needs to include fresh vegetables, fresh fruits and some protein. Proteins can come from vegetable sources like nuts, seeds, beans and legumes. It can also come from animal sources like beef, chicken, pork and fish.
I know that this next statement will not be popular with vegans or vegetarians but mark my words it is the truth! It is important that some of the protein comes from a meat source like chicken or fish. The proteins are more bioavailable to the human body. As an example I'd like to use Omega 3 fatty acids. The human body does not produce that particular amino acid so it needs to be consumed. In 1 once of walnuts there are about 2.5 grams of ALA Omega 3 fatty acids. Only about 15% of the ALA fatty acids consumed are converted to the DHA or EPA fatty acids that we need. That means that a person would have to consume roughly 2.5 pounds of walnuts every day to receive the 1600mg of Omega 3 Fatty Acids we are recommended to consume according to the Daily Recommended Intake (DRI). 
All of that being said it is a choice and whichever choice you make is fine as long as you are aware of your nutrition needs and meet them.

What else should I be aware of for my dieting needs?

If you get upset at the thought of complying with someone else's idea of how to lose weight, you might try making up your own rules. You really don't need weeks' worth of expensive prepared frozen meals or an eating and exercise program to drop the weight. A slight decrease in calories and a little extra exercise activity preferably on a plan that meets nutritional and activity needs, is all it takes.
"One diet is not necessarily any more successful than the next," says Joy Bauer, MS, RD, author of Your Inner Skinny: Four Steps to Thin Forever. "We know from research studies that almost any plan that reduces calorie intake results in weight loss, regardless of whether it's high-carbohydrate, low-carbohydrate, high in protein, or low in fat."

When making your own rules you should follow these few guidelines:
  • Eat three meals and two small snacks each day
  • Never skip breakfast
  • Avoid eating after dinner
  • Eat x number of calories per day
  • Keep carbohydrate intake under x percent
  • Don't eat white starches: white rice, white bread, or white pasta
  • Don't eat foods with ingredients that you can't pronounce
Many of these guidelines have a basis in smart nutritional science. For example, many people who are trying to lose weight do better when they eat every few hours. By eating three meals and two small snacks every day, they keep their blood sugar steady and avoid severe hunger that can lead to binge eating.

How does a meal replacement shake fit into a diet plan?

Meal replacement shake mixes are a great way to get the proper nutrition, the right amount of protein and all of the vitamins and minerals that you need without all of the excess carbohydrates and calories. They fit into almost any diet plan and best of all they are usually flavored with a great flavor that might even curb your sweet tooth so that you binge on something like a candybar.

Health Information

Weight Loss Takes More Than Just a Meal Replacement!

Losing weight is hard to do under the best of circumstances. Mathematically weight loss is simple. Exercise and spend more calories than consumed each day... weight loss will come naturally RIGHT???


There are pleanty of people who use this theory who don't lose weight. We realized that there are some inhibitors.

  • For example;
    • Nutrition issues,
    • Metabolism issues and
    • Digestive issues
    • can contribute to, or take away from one's ability to lose weight.

Nutrition is really important to weight loss. Without getting the proper nutrition your body can go into what is referred to as "starvation mode". This is a survival reaction that is a little like the fight or flight adrenaline boost we get when confronted with an event that causes fear.

The starvation mode is a reaction to the possible lack of food/ nutrition that we need to survive. A starvation diet can start that reaction. When your body thinks that it might starve it starts storing anything excess as fat and then saves it for later when it will be needed to survive. The worst thing that we can do is to alert our body with a starvation diet and cause it to react with the "starvation mode".

Metabolism is either a friend or a foe. Everyone has a different metabolism rate. I have an uncle that swears that all he has to do to gain weight is look at an ice cream cone. At the opposite end of that spectrum are the people who seem to be able to eat like it's Thanksgiving every day and never gain a single pound. Your metabolism rate really determines how you need to diet and what you need to pay attention to while you are dieting.

Digestive issues are another cause for consternation when it comes to weight loss. Many potential hurdles can wreak havoc with your metabolism and impede your ability to lose weight. There are study groups looking into the fact that digestive issues head the list of priorities for debugging stubborn weight issues. If you are overweight and not able to lose weight easily by cutting back on excess calories, while ensuring your basic nutrient needs are met, and exercising more you might consider looking into these digestive issues.
This new science demonstrates that cravings for sugar, carbohydrates and/or high calorie foods indicate a high likelihood of

  • Constipation
  • Food Intolerance
  • Digestive Inflammation
  • Toxicity that is interfering with metabolism.

This issue is of immense importance. Extra body weight is linked to a survival strategy that may actually be protecting your body1 from higher levels of digestive damage than you would otherwise experience if you were not craving excess food.

Our Complete Weight Loss Package has something to tackle everything needed to lose weight except will power to resist the sugary, startchy, fatty or deep fried temptations offered by the fast food industry and a moderate exercise program to brighten your spirit and burn a couple extra calories a few times a week.


    • Whey Protein Concentrate(organic), Pure Organic Cocoa (Dark Chocolate Powder) , Rice Creamer, Vanilla Bean Extract, Xanthin Gum, Tricalcium Phosphate, Sea Salt, Honey Crystals, Garcinia Cambogia, Peptide Amino Acids, Vitamin E (DI Alpha Acetate), Magnesium Oxide, Manganese Citrate, Fish Oil Powder, Apple Pectin, Niacinamide, Calcium Pantothenate, Ionic Trace Minerals, Vitamin K, Pyrodoxine HCL, Thiamine HCL, Riboflavin, Vitamin A Palminate, Cyanocobalamin, Folic Acid, Biotin , Other ingredients; Omega 3 Fatty Acids Oil, Protease, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase, Sucrase, Maltase, Lactase, Bromelain, Lactobacillus, Acidophilus, Lactobacullis Bulgaricus, Bifidobacterium Bifidum, Lactobacullis Rhamnosus, Lactobacullis Casei, Lactobacullis Plantarum, Lactobacullis, Brevis, Lactobacullis Causacicus.
  • SLIM
    • Guarana (seed), Chickweed (herb), Cascara Sagrada (bark), Cleavers (herb), Horsetail (grass), Nettle (leaf), Psyllium (seed), Bladderwrack (herb), St John's Wort (herb), Kelp (herb)
  • SLIM TOO (Caffeine Free)
    • Garcinia (fruit), Bladderwrack (herb), Cascara Sagrada (bark), Schizandra (fruit), Watercress (herb), Vinegar Crystals, Fennel (seed & herb), Horsetail (herb), Chickweed (herb), Chia (seed), Dandelion (root), Guggul (herb), Senna (pods), Psyllium (seed), Grapefruit Concentrate, Celery (seed), Cayenne (fruit) 40HU)
    • White Poplar (bud), Alfalfa (herb) Red Raspberry (leaf), Yerba Mate (leaf), Yarrow (flowers), Pau D' Arco (bark), Licorice (root), Slippery Elm (bark), Chia (seed), Cayenne (fruit 40 HU), Elder (berry), Calamus (root), Dandelion (herb), Red Clover (tops), Siberian Ginseng (root), Gotu Kola (herb), Turmeric (root), Aloe Vera (herb), Damiana (leaves), Spirulina (herbs), Nettle (leaf), Yucca (root), Rosemary (herb), Juniper (berry), Yellow Dock (root), Skullcap (herb), Motherwort (herb), Hawthorn (berry), Blue Vervain (herb), Oak (bark), Peppermint (herb), Kelp (herb), Stevia (herb), Echinacea Angustofolia (herb)
    • Cascara Sagrada (bark), Psyllium (seeds), Senna (herb), Turkey Rhubarb (root), Aloe Vera (leaf), Barberry (root), Slippery Elm (bark)


    • Mix 2 scoops of delicious SlimSmart with 8 to 12 ounces of liquid. It can be mixed with water, milk, soy milk, almond milk or fruit juices. SlimSmart can also be mixed with fruits and yogurt for an awesome smoothie!
  • SLIM or SLIM TOO (Caffeine Free)
    • Take 2 to 3 capsules with each meal. You may take more or less as needed.
    • Take 2 capsules twice a day thirty minutes before a meal. You may take more if needed.
    • Take 1 capsule the first night, then 2 the second night and continue to increase but do not excede 4 capsules per night. The goal is to have 1 or 2 comfortable bowel movements a day. One capsule may be all you need to get the desired some people need 3 or 4 per night. We recommend you increase by one capsule each day and find out what works best for you, your body makeup and your eating habits.

What's included

  • 1 Container of Grandma's Herbs SLIM SMART
    • 2.54 LBS - 30 servings; 2 Scoops 38.3 Grams
  • 1 Bottle of Grandma's Herbs SLIM or 1 Bottle of Grandma's Herbs SLIM TOO (Caffeine Free)
    • SLIM 100 Capsules - 448 Grams
    • SLIM TOO (Caffeine Free) 100 Capsules - 480 Grams
  • 1 Bottle of Grandma's Herbs NATURES ENZYMES
    • 100 Capsules - 481 Grams
  • 1 Bottle of Grandma's Herbs SUPER LAX
    • 100 Capsules - 476 Grams


    • Sweetened with healthy sweeteners: honey crystals, stevia, and LoHan
    • 25 grams protein
    • Less than 2 net carbohydrates
    • Less than 2 grams of fat
    • Diabetic and celiac friendly
    • In just one 8-12 oz drink, it is jam packed with all the major probiotics, digestive enzymes, and a host of vitamins and minerals
    • Award winning taste
    • Meal replacement drink packed with probiotics, digestive enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and includes 25 grams protein
  • SLIM
    • Curbs Appetite
    • Boosts Metabolism
    • Boosts energy while suppressing appetite


  • SLIM TOO (Caffeine Free)
    • Curbs appetite naturally.
    • Boosts metabolism without the use of caffeine
    • Uses ingredients that aid in the digestion process so that the healthy food consumed feeds the body and dispells the desire to snack inbetween meals.
    • Conains Garcinia Cambogia traditionally the best natural appetite suppressor.
    • Boosts energy while suppressing appetite without the caffeine
    • Natural herbal supplement that aids digestion and metabolism.
    • Contains Alfalfa and  at least 8 different enzymes.
    • Includes Red Raspberry Leaf for metabolic action.
    • Utilizes the enzymes that exist naturally in in herbs to replenish and replace.
    • Aids in digestion and boosts metabolism
    • One of our best selling products
    • Cleans out the bowel to remove the excess waste that can weigh a body down
    • Gentle, Effective Relief From Temporary Bouts With Constipation
    • Helps get a sluggish digestive system working properly.
    • It is not habit forming and has a very gentle, effective cleansing action.
    • Helps clean out the bowel and removes excess waste that can weigh a body down


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