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Nature's Sustenance

Nature's Sustenance

Made In The USA, Vegan Friendly, Non-GMO.

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The Difference

1. We do not force you to subscribe to monthly autoshipments.
2. Our product has 20+ fruits, veggies and greens for half the price of other popular TV brands.
3. No "member" fees to enjoy our savings offers.

90 Day Money Back Guarantee

We stand behind our products with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. For any reason if you are not happy with your product, simply contact us for a refund within 90 days of your purchase.

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Plant based nutrition:

20+ Fruits, Veggies & Greens Per Serving

Highlights

Nature's Sustenance provides your body 20+ fruits, veggies and greens to help provide important nutrients you body needs to function at its peak.†

This product gives you peace of mind that you are giving your body the nutrients your diet may be missing.†

Proper nutrition can lead to more energy, more mental clarity and better overeall wellness.†

Ingredients

Alfalfa Powder (Aerial Parts), Eleuthero Root Extract 0.08%, Organic Oat Grass (Grass), Dandelion Greens Powder, Broccoli Extract, Spinach, Horse Chestnut, Lions Mane Mushroom, Reishi Mushroom, Asparagus Extract (Aerial Parts), Apple Fiber (Fruit),
Beet (Root), Carrot (Root), Tomato Extract (Fruit), Garlic (Bulb), Blueberry Fruit,
Ginger (Root), Chlorophyll, Barley Grass (Leaf), Kale.

Directions For Use

Take 4 capsules each morning with a glass of water, preferably with a meal or as directed by a healthcare professional.

For maximum bioavailability Substance Super Food should be consumed with some form of healthy fat, as fat transports at least half of the nutrients of these superfoods into your hungry cells.

Fat soluble vitamins also function as antioxidants which support the immune system while delaying premature cell aging. The following is a breakdown of each of the components of Substance.

Practitioners of intermittent fasting who seldom eat breakfast or lunch should take their Substance with a few Omega Oils. Cod liver oil is also good.

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Orders ship within one business day, Monday through Friday. Shipping is always free within the USA, many people will even qualify for free expidited shipping based on their location in realation to our real time inventory placement. You will see a badge above on this page as well as during checkout if you qualify for 2 or 3 day delivery. The option will show on the shipping screen.

90 Day Money Back Guarantee

We stand behind our products with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. For any reason if you are not happy with your product, simply contact us for a refund within 90 days of your purchase.

Customer Reviews

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donna carney

Love this product. See difference in energy and health. Had trouble finding you. I did not like the feeling of running out. Very happy I found you a second time.
Really feel a difference. Have a couple family members taking this as well.All good.

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Laura Taylor
Day 25

I am truly delighted to say this product really works! I have been chronically ill for 20+ years, I have a difficult time eating enough to nourish my body. This product has added a pep to my step, I feel energized and ready for the day!

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Michel Simard
Too soon to tell

Arrived quickly and in good condition. Too soon to judge any benefits yet

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Jerzy Kaczorowski

Nature's Sustenance

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Linda Arnold

I really can't tell much of a difference yet, but I am very healthy anyway and take supplements and vitamins daily. I will be re-ordering as I think this is a good thing to add to my regimen.

Definition of Sustenance:

Supplying or being supplied with the necessaries of life; something that gives support, endurance, or strength

Our Ingredients Explained

Alfalfa

Alfalfa: The very green
alfalfa is an excellent source of vitamin K which is a fat-soluble
vitamin. This means that vitamin K, like vitamins A, D, and E must be absorbed
and transported in a manner similar to that of fats.

Dandelion

Dandelion: Dandelion
greens are rich in vitamin-A. Vitamin-A is an essential (must come from an
exogenous source) fat-soluble vitamin and antioxidant required for
maintaining a healthy body.

Eleuthero Root

Eleuthero; Some substances in ginseng root are water-soluble while others are fat-soluble. The two most important components in eleuthero are gintonin and ginsenosides, both of which are water soluble. This means they absorb into tissue quickly with high bioavailability. This also means that they don't stick around as long so additional doses during the course of the day may be necessary.

Oat grass

Oat grass: Oat leaves and flowers and stems are good sources of beta carotene, calcium, vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, B vitamins as well as fiber and protein. B-Carotene is converted into vitamin A with the help of bile from the liver, hence beta carotene is only absorbed when it is eaten along with fat. Though it does not absolutely require fat for absorption, calcium does act a little like a fat-soluble vitamin because it requires a carrier for absorption and transport. With the exception of Ascorbyl palmitate all vitamin C is water-soluble. Folic acid is one of the B (B9) which occurs naturally in foods. All B vitamins are water-soluble, meaning the body does not store them. Oat grass, like alfalfa, contains vitamin K rendering it fat-soluble.

Broccoli

Broccoli: Contains, among
other nutrients, lutein and zeaxanthin, vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin A and
protein. Vitamins E, K and A are all fat-soluble vitamins. Lutein and
zeaxanthin (L/Z) are also
fat-soluble antioxidants as they
belong to the class of carotenoids called xanthophylls. Lutein is absorbed
best when it's taken with a high-fat meal.

Spinach

Spinach: Everyone knows spinach is loaded with iron, calcium and magnesium but how many know it also contains the fat-soluble plant compounds lutein, kaempferol, quercetin and zeaxanthin. Kaempferol and quercetin are flavanols that typically come from onions, apple, garlic and leeks but certainly from spinach as well. Flavanols in their free forms have lipophilic (fat-soluble) properties.

Lion's Mane Mushroom:

Lion's Mane Mushroom: Studies have found that lion’s mane mushrooms contain two special compounds; hericenones and erinacines that can stimulate the growth of brain cells. It also contains Amycenone, a fat-soluble compound produced in the fruit body of Lion's Mane. Lion’s Mane also contains many polysaccharides and beta-glucans that may have anti-tumor effects on the GI tract and liver. Polysaccharides display a wide range of solubility: some are water-soluble or only fat-soluble.

Reishi Mushrooms

Reishi Mushrooms: Reishi mushrooms have more than 400 different nutrients. This includes beta-glucans and triterpenoids, compounds that lower blood sugar and blood pressure. Triterpenes may also induce cell migration, cell proliferation and collagen deposition. Triterpenoids are generally water-soluble.

Asparagus

Asparagus: The superfood asparagus contains—among other substances like potassium and phosphorus—vitamins C, A, K, and E, rendering it fat-soluble for maximum absorption on a cellular level.

Beetroot

Beets: Beets are a specialized superfood. They are so rich in nitrates they enhance tolerance of high-intensity exercise, increasing cardiorespiratory endurance. They are also high in folate, potassium, vitamin C, and zinc all of which are water-soluble so no fat is required for beet absorption.

Horse Chestnut

Horse Chestnut: Prescribed in Germany for its ability to rebuild the circulatory system from the inside out (think varicose veins, leg ulcers, leg pain) horse chestnut therapeutic ingredient is aescin. Aescin is a complex mixture of triterpene saponins. It consists of a water-soluble fraction (alpha-aescin) and a fat-soluble fraction (beta-aescin).

Carrot root

Carrot root: Carrots are root vegetables giving them direct access to nutrients in the soil. Carrot contains carotenoids and anthocyanins. Anthocyanins are water-soluble. Carotenoids are fat-soluble compounds, meaning carrots are even better absorbed with fat.

Tomato

Tomato: Tomatoes are especially high in lycopene, an antioxidant plant compound linked to improved heart health, prostate health and cancer prevention as well as protection against sunburns. Lycopene is also especially healthy for the kidneys. Lycopene is a fat-soluble compound, consuming it with fat increases its bioavailability.

Garlic

Garlic: Garlic is widely recognized for its ability to fight bacteria, viruses, fungi, and even parasites. Allicin, its most active component, has low solubility in water (merely 0.8%) rendering it a mostly fat-soluble organo-sulfur compound

Blueberries

Blueberries: the king of antioxidant foods, blueberries are full of vitamin
C and a raft of anthocyanins which are all water-soluble pigments.

Ginger

Ginger: When you eat ginger you're eating a root—think of a small sweet potato. Ginger packs a powerful punch of vitamin B6, C, magnesium and potassium all of which are water-soluble. By the way, magnesium is the eleventh most abundant element by mass in the human body and is essential to all cells and some 300 enzymes.

Chlorophyll

Chlorophyll: Chlorophyll closely resembles our red blood cells. Hemoglobin is the pigment that gives our blood its red color and its oxygen-carrying capacity. The hemoglobin of the red blood cell and the green chlorophyll of the plant are identical in molecular structure—the only difference being the center atom, iron which renders human blood red.

While chlorophyll is a fat-soluble natural compound in plants, chlorophyllin is a supplement that should be taken with meals.

Barley Grass

Barley Grass: Barley grass contains antidepressant compounds like gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), and tryptophan, all of which are water-soluble. It is also bursting with calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, iron, manganese, selenium, zinc, iodine, copper, cobalt, protein and saponarin which has been demonstrated to exert antioxidant and hepatoprotective (liver protective) activity.

Kale

Kale: Kale has twice as much vitamin C as spinach but spinach provides more folate, vitamins A and K which is why kale and spinach are both in this formulation. Vitamins A and K are fat-soluble.

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