Why Supplement RX

Why is Supplement RX Different?

All Supplement Rx products are…

  • Formulated with research-proven, science-based patented ingredients
  • Made without synthetic vitamins
  • Prepared with organic and natural ingredients whenever possible
  • Free from contaminants and impurities because they are pharmaceutical grade supplements that are manufactured in FDA registered labs under the GMP and NSF certifications (the gold standard in manufacturing)
  • Assembled with therapeutic dosages that go above and beyond the FDA suggested daily values
  • Label tested- what's on the label is what's in the container...no more, no less!
  • Time-released so that the nutrient delivery systems are maximized for absorption
  • Market-tested in top health clubs throughout the country for safety and effectiveness
  • Competitively priced and exclusive to the gym industry
  • Created, Developed, Formulated, and Manufactured in the U.S.A.

Plus Supplement Rx offers personalized recommendations through the unique Supplement Recommender!

 

Do people really need to take dietary supplements?

National surveys indicate that about half of Americans use dietary supplements. Industry sources suggest that as many as 70% of Americans may use supplements at least occasionally, but estimate that only about 40% of the population uses supplements with any regularity. In any case, it is clear that millions of Americans have opted to use dietary supplements to improve nutrition, to make up for nutrients missing in the food supply, as well as to decrease susceptibility to or severity of disease, or to increase energy or improve performance.

The Journal of the American Medical Association published a clinical application study entitled "Vitamins for Chronic Disease Prevention in Adults" June 19, 2002. This article states "...suboptimal intake of some vitamins, above levels causing classic vitamin deficiency, is a risk factor for chronic diseases and common in the general population...Most people do not consume an optimal amount of all vitamins by diet alone...it appears prudent for all adults to take vitamin supplements."

Sources:
1. The Vitamins, Minerals, and Nutraceuticals Course Manual published for the Huntington College of Health Sciences as made available through the National Academy of Fitness and Sports Nutrition.
2. The Journal of the American Medical Association, "Vitamins for Chronic Disease Prevention in Adults" 19 June 2002.