Have you ever heard the phrase "Pay Now or Pay Later" when talking about your health? It is a little motto I play over and over again whenever I think about the cost of my organic lifestyle vs a more conventional one. By choosing an organic diet, I avoid harmful chemicals, GMO's, pesticides and herbicides. I put a lot of thought into all that my family eats, including myself, but until recently I did not put my energies into our choice of vitamins. I knew enough to purchase ones made from whole foods, but until Nova Scotia Organics, I had not found USDA certified organic, whole-foods vitamins for my whole family.
I have been regularly taking the Women's pre and post natal vitamin and I love how gentle it is on my stomach. Our family also has begun taking probiotics, but I never realized how important it is to take both a pre and probiotic supplement. I feel healthy, energized and when I was struck with a sinus infection last week, I fought it in such a short period of time, even my ENT was shocked. "You are what you eat" and having a clean gut due to the pre-probiotic supplement from Nova Scotia Organics has noticeably improved my overall wellness. A huge bonus for this busy mama of three is that the pre-probiotic supplement does not need to be refrigerated. (It is available in both in chewables and in a powder form. I prefer to mix the powder into fresh juice.)
Nova Scotia Organics offers a full and complete line of vitamins, minerals, supplements, solutions and healthy foods snacks (YOU just have to try their freeze-dried apples, I have never tasted anything like them!) and all of the products are not only USDA organic certified, but are made with quality ingredients that will only do your body good.
Nova Scotia Organics™ is the culmination of one woman’s life’s work to identify, source and combine organic ingredients with preventative health properties, and to manufacture products with many of the problem solving capabilities of our original pantry and pharmacy: Nature. Short of going to the gym for you, Nova Scotia Organics has done much of the hard work, creating a USDA Certified Organic line of vitamins, supplements, and snack foods.
Take time to read our labels and our product descriptions, but all you really need to see is our logo to know you’re getting the ingredients you want, and none of the herbicides, pesticides or GMOs you don’t.
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Once you try their freeze-dried organic snacks, you'll see why I LOVE them! The snacks have revolutionized our lunch boxes!
Nova Scotia Organics offers a full line of amazing products to help heal, manage your health, support your immune system as well as improve your overall wellness. You won't find another full line of vitamins and supplements that are made with whole foods and are certified USDA organic.
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