Complete Nutritional Supplement with
Essential Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs,
Phytonutrients, Fiber, and Antioxidants
Detailed Product Information
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Foundational Nutritional Powerhouse!
Nourish and Cleanse the Body
What will Daily BioBasics do for me?
Daily BioBasics is an amazingly comprehensive multiple-vitamin-mineral product
formulated in a convenient, concentrated form that you just scoop into your
favorite beverage and drink once a day. It contains 100% of the
Recommended Daily Values (RDV) of the essential vitamins and minerals,
intentionally excluding iron, phosphorous, potassium and sodium. (Supplemental
iron is excluded because most people don’t need it and it can stimulate free
radical production, while phosphorous, potassium and sodium are minerals that
are prevalent even in diets of poor quality.) Daily BioBasics is unique as it
contains 100% of the Daily Values for both the important minerals calcium and
Having the benefit of no added iron, Daily BioBasics also contains
phytonutrient concentrates from 35 fruits and vegetables, 17 herbs, numerous
antioxidants, plus prebiotics and probiotics as well as over half of the
recommended USDA Daily Value of fiber so important to routine cleansing and
healthy bowel function. All this nutrition in a convenient, single
serving makes Daily BioBasics a popular way to get that valued nutritional
Are You Getting all of the Nutrients You Need?
According to data compiled by the United States Department of Agriculture
(USDA) regarding the American diet for the mid 1990's, average consumption is
heavily weighted toward added fats and sugars, while falling short of serving
recommendations for fruits and vegetables. According to National Eating Trends,
the preferred American meal is an already prepared, one-dish entree and only
41% of all dinners served in America include a vegetable, other than salad or
Fruits and vegetables are critical sources of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and
phytonutrients. Unfortunately, improved efficiency in growing, harvesting, and
storing fruit and vegetables has also had impact on their nutritional content.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) published data, between 1963
and 2000, which shows that the content of calcium and carotene in broccoli has
decreased nearly 50%. The amount of carotenes in collard greens has
fallen 42%, potassium has dropped nearly 60%, and magnesium is only 16% of its
1963 level. Vitamin C in peppers has dropped from 128mg to 89mg, beta-carotene
in apples from 90 to 53mg, calcium in pineapple has dropped from 17mg (per 100
grams raw fruit) to 7mg. Cauliflower has lost nearly half of its amount
of vitamins B1, B2, and C over the past 37 years. Many important nutrients,
such as selenium, chromium, zinc, folic acid, indole-3-carbinol, and
flavonoids, were not measured in the past. Some of these are still not
measured, so their status is still unknown.
Busy lifestyles and depreciation of vital nutrients in our agriculture
continue to make it difficult to meet the Daily Values (DV) for nutrition as
suggested by the USDA. The RDV’s were set as the minimum daily requirement of
vitamins and minerals necessary to maintain one’s health, not necessarily to
ensure optimum health.
High Quality Fiber
Daily BioBasics (DBB) is a uniquely comprehensive nutritional supplement, with
13 grams of fiber from psyllium seed and husk, maltodextrin-soluble fiber, guar
gum, flaxseed and alginate, along with other superior cleansing agents like
bentonite, beet root, lactobacillus, and black walnut leaf.
Adding just two scoops of DBB to a favorite beverage provides an amazing
amount of nutrition, plus supports daily colon cleansing and bulk at the same
One serving of DBB supplies 500% of the DV for vitamin C, 125% for folic acid,
100% of the DV for biotin and at least 150% for all the rest of the B vitamin
family, 333% for vitamin E, and at least 100% of the DV for calcium and
In addition to the minerals and vitamins for which a DV has been established,
DBB also supplies trace and ultra trace minerals, such as boron, vanadium, and
silicon, along with other vitamin factors such as inositol, choline, and
para-amino-benzoic acid (PABA).
Contains a Broad Spectrum of Antioxidants
Beyond the well-known antioxidant vitamins (A, C, and E), DBB provides an
entire spectrum of other important antioxidants such as alpha lipoic acid,
lutein, lycopene, and glutathione. This is then reinforced using flavonoids
with potent antioxidant activity such as hesperidin, quercetin, rutin, citrus
bioflavonoids, and herbs known for outstanding antioxidant potency, including:
Rosemary, Bilberry, Turmeric, Green tea leaf extract, and Milk Thistle Seed
(Silymarin). The antioxidant activity of these herbal concentrates is primarily
due to their rich content of polyphenols and flavonoids. Since antioxidants
function as a network in scavenging many different types of free radicals, it
is important to consider that the greater the spectrum of antioxidants taken in
the diet, the more effective they can be in protecting sensitive cell membranes
from free radical attack.
Sea vegetables such as Laminaria digitata, Norwegian Kelp (Ascophyllum
nodosum), and Dulse leaf, harvested from pristine waters, provide an
unparalleled source of essential trace nutrients. DBB also supplies super food
concentrates, known for their unique nutritional value, including the micro
algaes known as spirulina and chlorella.
And So Much More!
A blend of freeze-dried vegetable concentrates includes five members of the
cruciferous (Brassica) family; broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, kale, and
cauliflower. These vegetable concentrates are rich sources of indoles,
isothiocyanates, and sulforaphane, which have been shown to particularly
promote health, despite exposure to harsh environmental chemicals. Celery
contains abundant amounts of phthalides and polyacetanes, two phytonutrients
that help in assisting the body's cleansing processes. Spinach and parsley are
good sources of glutathione and chlorophyll; parsley is rich in polyactylenes
and in the flavonoid apigenin, a powerful antioxidant. Watercress releases
phenethyl isothiocyanate that, as shown in animal studies, helps maintain lung
health despite exposure to harsh environmental chemicals, and contains other
compounds that assist the natural cleansing processes of the liver. Carrots,
beet-root, green pepper, and green peas are rich sources of betaine, necessary
for critical methylation reactions in the body, as well as carotenoids, and
natural vitamins and minerals.
The final category of ingredients in this marvelous recipe for health are the
herbs: alfalfa, rose hips, acerola, chamomile flower, lemon grass
leaf, Ginkgo biloba, Siberian ginseng, and red clover blossom. Used for
centuries for their health sustaining properties, these plants are a treasure
chest of flavonoids, antioxidants, isoflavones, phytochemicals, vitamins, and
Umbrella of Protection
Although no supplement can provide you with all of the benefits of a diet rich
in whole fruits and vegetables, Life Plus® has gone to great lengths to
formulate one of the most complete multi-nutrient supplements available on the
market today. Truly, Daily BioBasics provides a far broader umbrella of
nutritional support to assist your body in coping with the environmental and
lifestyle stresses of modern life than the vast majority of multiple vitamin,
mineral and antioxidant formulas on the market today. You and your family can
have one of the best health insurance policies by including Daily BioBasics in
your daily diet. Try some today and see for yourself.
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Once daily, add two slightly rounded scoops (approximately 25 grams) to 8-12 ounces of your favorite cold beverage. Mix or shake vigorously and drink immediately. Drink an additional 8-12 ounces of water within the next hour for best results.
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