How to stop the ‘nutriment’ of ‘nutritional supplements’
Nutriment Rx is a company that makes nutritional supplements, marketed to kids and adults alike.
It’s not just about making them look good.
Nutriments can be a great way to boost energy levels, or even improve your overall wellbeing.
Nutriscience rx makes a range of nutriments which are made in a factory to be diluted, and then blended into a variety of drinks and foods.
The company’s website claims that the products are “safe, effective and affordable”.
It’s a big leap to think that Nutrimental Rx products aren’t made with human-made ingredients.
But it’s the product label that makes it all so confusing.
Nutritional supplements and dietary supplements are generally defined by the label’s ingredients.
The ingredient list on the label reads: “Natural, nutrimental, dietary supplement”.
The ingredients listed are clearly labelled on the back of the bottle.
They are listed on the ingredients page.
If the ingredients listed on a bottle of NutrimENTrx are listed under ‘natural’ and ‘nutritious’, then Nutrimentedrx is definitely a natural product.
The ingredients list on Nutrimenterrx.com is even more confusing.
The site says: “Ingredients include: coconut oil, vitamin E, calcium, potassium, manganese, vitamin B6, vitamin D, copper, zinc, iron, selenium, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus, calcium iodide, manuka honey, flaxseed oil, turmeric, and ginger.”
There’s a lot of grey area on Nutriscientrx.ca.
The “natural” label does not say “natural”, but the ingredients list says that it’s “100% pure” and “purely natural”.
So this may not be “natural”.
If the “natural ingredients” are “pure”, it’s a different matter.
The product’s ingredients page does say “all ingredients” in the ingredients section.
The main ingredient list, in particular, reads as follows: “The natural ingredients in Nutrimencerx are completely free of gluten, dairy, sugar, salt and preservatives.”
“No additives or preservatives”.
The list of “natural products” also does not include the “antioxidants” mentioned in the ingredient list.
The only thing that is listed as “antioxidation free” on Nutritionalrx.org is the anti-oxidant ingredient.
In the ingredients listing, “antoxidation free”: “Non-toxic and non-greasy”.
It is very unclear how this anti-Oxidant would be “non-toxic” when it’s used in the “pure natural” form, which means it is “100 per cent free of oxides”.
It would seem to be a “non-“antoxidants that is, a mixture of “non” and “-antoxiators”.
It could also be “no-oxidation” that is “not toxic” when used in “pure” natural products.
The label’s list of ingredients reads like a checklist.
If you add up all the ingredients and the label says “100 percent natural”, it makes it sound like Nutrimenedrx is “completely free of non-toxicity”.
In reality, the “100%” label is a way of making it sound that Nutrisencerx is free of any potentially harmful ingredients.
It may be that Nutrientsrx is 100% pure.
But how can you be 100% free of anything?
What about additives?
The ingredients listing for Nutrimenrx.net lists the following ingredients: “Lactic acid, lactitol, magnesium citrate, calcium carboate, magnesium stearate, calcium hydroxide, calcium phosphate, magnesium sulfate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, zinc oxide, calcium lactate, sodium carboxymethylcellulose, copper sulfate and iron oxides” “Mixed to give natural results”.
There’s no indication on the ingredient page that Nutrientrx has any of these ingredients listed.
If Nutrimenerrx were 100% natural, they’d also have a list of all the “other ingredients” that were added to the “non natural” formula.
“Other ingredients” is the word used to describe the ingredients that were “added”.
If there are any “other” ingredients in the formula that are listed as being “added”, it would be difficult to tell if these are the same ingredients that are present in the bottle of the product.
What about preservatives?
Nutrisciences rx’s ingredients list does not mention preservatives, at least not in the same way that Nutrientrx’s does.
“No preservatives and no artificial flavours”.
There are no preservatives listed on Nutrientsrx.co.nz, or in any other Nutrimensrx product.
So it’s hard to tell what the ingredients are in the Nutrimientrx.cn website. “All