Nutrigold Supplements Review

Posted on February 8, 2015Categories SupplementsTags ,   Leave a comment on Nutrigold Supplements Review


Do you take supplements? If not, you should be. The reality is that with the food supply the way that it is today, it is nearly impossible to get everything your body needs from food. This is especially true if you are eating less than 10 servings per day of fruits and vegetables, or you are eating a lot of processed foods or at restaurants. Even if you eat all organic food, you are still probably missing some things. While I provide a guide on this site that gives you some information on how to choose supplements and I have some supplements that I sell and recommend to most people, from time to time I like to try something new. I’ve found from personal experience that everyone cannot take the same supplements. However, there are some that are better than others and that will work for a larger percentage of the population.
Most supplements that buy off the grocery store shelf are not high quality. In fact, many have GMOS, gluten, dairy, and other added allergens in them. Even worse, some do not actually contain all the ingredients that are listed on the label. So you want to make sure to do your research before chosing supplements.

Supplements are one thing that you really cannot go exclusively on price. In fact, cheap supplements usually are just that cheap and they usually will not give you the benefits you want and may even have unwanted side effects.

I was given the opportunity to try the Nutrigold Whole Food Women’s Multi-Gold and Omega 3 Fish Oil. These are 2 different bottles. I have to say that I was quite impressed at the quality especially for an over the counter supplement. In the past I have preferred supplements either from network marketing companies or from chiropractic and health care offices because they usually have more research that goes into them and are usually of a higher quality. However, I have to say that the Nutrigold supplements are much better than the others I have tried from the store. Here are some of the things I like the best about them:

The fish oil is not from farm raised fish. This is really important as farm raised fish is of a lower qualtiy and you really should not eat it.
Made in the USA. This isn’t to say that other non-USA brands aren’t good but I still consider this to be a good attribute.
The multivitamin is a wholefood supplement and not just vitamins put together.
There is no gluten, dairy or soy in these so they do not have the top allergens that many people have.
They have not added in extra herbs or spices which may be helpful for some but can cause digestive issues in others.
They are powerful enough that you do notice a difference. I took these every day for about 3 weeks before writing this post but I did skip 1 day and I did notice that I had less energy that day.

So I have to say that if you are looking for a high qualtiy supplement that isn’t too expensive Nutrigold is a brand worth trying. They aren’t really cheap but then again as I’ve already mentioned supplements that are too cheap usually aren’t high quality.

Check them out at:

Omega-3 Fish Oil – NutriGold Triple Strength Omega-3 Gold, 180 Softgels – 1000 mg EPA + DHA with 85% Omega-3s in 1,250 mg Liquid Capsules, Molecularly Distilled Fatty Acids, Pharmaceutical Grade Pills That Are NOT Enteric Coated for Best Absorption But Still Guaranteed Burpless and Odorless – IFOS 5-Star Certified, ConsumerLab Approved, and Ranked #1 by LabDoor in Comparison of Top 50 Fish Oil Supplements

NutriGold Whole-Food Women’s Multi Gold – 90 Veggie Capsules – Organic WholeFood Multivitamin Supplements with Minerals and Co-Factors for Superior Absorption and No Unpleasant Aftertaste (With Iron For Women) Food-Based, Gentle, Non-GMO, and No Synthetic Vitamins

6 Important Guides: To Choose the Best Supplements

Posted on November 26, 2014April 25, 2017Categories SupplementsTags ,   Leave a comment on 6 Important Guides: To Choose the Best Supplements

Are you taking the best supplements for you? How do you know? There are thousands of supplements available for purchase yet one key to having optimum health is for you to chose the right ones for you. So here are 6 important guides to choose the best supplements:

1. The ingredients inside the supplements. While this one may be obvious, it couldn’t be more true and more important. Everyone does not have the same needs since your diet, lifestyle and individual health concerns can impact what you need from a supplement.

2. Your needs. This is related to number 1. Do you know what you need from a supplement? If not, you need to find out. The best and easiest way is to consult with a health coach, nutritionist or other qualified health care professional to help you chose based on your individual health concerns and what you are already getting from your diet.

3. The research and science behind the supplements. While this is not necessarily the most important guide, it can impact the quality. This is one reason I do not recommend buying your supplements at the grocery store. The majority of these are not high quality and do not have any research or science behind them. That said, you can find some quality supplements at a speciality health store such as Whole Foods.

4. No filers or dyes. This is a must. Many store bought and inexpensive supplements have added filers, dyes, allergens and other ingredients that are not good for you or necessary. Make sure you check these out in any supplement that you are considering purchasing.

5. Your diet. This is related to numbers 1 and 2. For example, if you are vegetarian or vegan, you will have different needs than someone who eats meet. If you have low bone density you will need more calcium, than someone does not. Some people need fish oil and others don’t.

6. The cost. Yes this is last for a reason. That said, the cost can be a factor since a supplement that is more expensive isn’t necessarily better and a supplement that is too cheap is probably going to be low quality.

What questions do you have about supplements? Let me know in the comments below.