If you have watched the news or have been on any social media outlet in the last couple months you probably have heard the recent stories debunking the value of multivitamins. At Dynamite, we openly and proudly admit that we have a different approach to health and know that if it is applied, it will improve your life and the lives of your animals. This approach definitely includes supplementing our daily intake of vitamins and minerals. We know there is much more to achieving optimal health than is presented in these recent articles and that the “facts” used in these articles are far from the whole story.
Dynamite believes in taking our guidance for product development from nature and then backs our formulations with solid science. Our founder, Jim Zamzow, spoke at our most recent distributor conference and emphasized “we [Dynamite] have done the work for you. Trust us that we are fulfilling our vision of improving the lives of all creatures by empowering people with the truth and knowledge about health.” The work that Jim is talking about is the decades of scientific research and collaboration with other scientific minds to ensure that what we say is true. We know that for most people vitamin and mineral supplementation is necessary in today’s world to achieve proper nutritional balance. Dynamite stands behind our approach and will adamantly defend our claims. We feel strongly about this for several grounded (pardon the pun) reasons.
First, we need to take into the whole equation the condition of our soils. One of the “solutions” in the articles we have seen is that if people “would just eat a balanced diet they would get the same benefits that a multivitamin would provide.” There is a fundamental problem with that statement. The food that we eat doesn’t contain the nutrients it once did because the soil that the food is grown in does not contain the nutrients to start. This affects not only the nutritional content of the crops but of the animals that eat the crops that we then eat. Commercial farming methods have stripped the soil therefore depleting our food source of the necessary vitamins and minerals these food claim to provide. Unless you are growing your own crops in amended soil, raising your own meat, and personally controlling the nutrient content, chances are you aren’t going to be 100% nutritionally balanced from food.
Secondly, not all vitamins are created equal. To compare a grocery store multivitamin tablet to the ingredients in the Dynamite line of products is like comparing a tricycle and a Ferrari. They just don’t work the same and they certainly don’t create the same results. Dynamite thoughtfully creates our products using the highest quality ingredients available to us. We use organic as much as we can and for our animal products we use human-grade ingredients whenever possible. We recognize the synergy of nutritional elements that we blend together when we create our products. We utilize amino-acid chelates to increase bioavailability of the minerals in our products to closely duplicate the natural chelation process in the body. Compare this to the inorganic minerals found in low quality supplements. Our bodies have no idea what to do with this junk and most of it just passes through the body unused. Our chelated minerals are body ready thus allowing for optimum effectiveness at lower potencies. Tricycle vs Ferrari!
Without full disclosure to the “studies” that are being force fed to the nation through mass media, take their words with a big dash of NTM Salt. Use these articles as an eye-opener to what the “general” public believes when it comes to health and nutrition. We challenge you to educate yourself with the truth and knowledge about health. This knowledge is empowering to take charge of your own health and the health of your animals. And always know that you can trust that Dynamite is here to help all species improve their lives.
For more information about Dynamite’s supplement philosophy, please contact your independent Dynamite distributor. If you don’t have a distributor, please contact us at email@example.com or 800-697-7434.