Why Liquid Vitamins are Better
How does our body use vitamins?
Liquid vitamin supplements are such a great compliment to a healthy diet & lifestyle because our bodies don’t make or store vitamins. The nutrients we get are from the food we eat. Most adults don’t get 100% of the vitamins, minerals & nutrients they need from their daily meals.
Vitamins are not all created equal. Pills & Gummies require work from your digestive system to breakdown & your body only absorbs 10-20% of the nutrients. You are worried about what you put into your body. Make sure the vitamins you take are the ones your body uses best.
Benefits of Liquid Vitamins:
More effective, no fillers/binder, proprietary blends go directly into the bloodstream.
You deserve a better alternative for your healthy lifestyle. Don’t settle for getting less than 95% of what is on the label. 70% of adults say they don’t get enough quality sleep. The mid-day slump is a real part of your body’s rhythm & 42% of American’s are currently vitamin D deficient. The current alternatives aren’t working. Each itSpray solution has more than 10 active ingredients. Replace that handful of pills with a simple spray, itSpray is the solution you deserve.
Here are major differences between liquid vitamins and pills
Why itSpray is the better alternative you have been waiting to try
1. Rate of Absorption
When you take a pill, only 10 to 20% of the vitamins and minerals get absorbed into your bloodstream. Meanwhile, the body will take in approximately 98% of a liquid vitamin. This difference comes from how the body processes each type of vitamin. Pills must pass through your digestive system before their nutrients are absorbed. Spray the liquid form under your tongue instead and the tissue immediately processes the vitamins into your bloodstream. even states that 85 to 90% of the nutrients in liquid supplements are absorbed within 22 to 30 seconds, meaning faster results. The best way to get your vitamins is to by-pass the digestive system.
2. No Fillers & Binders
Fillers in pills and powders are a leading cause of stomach irritation. When someone says, “I can’t take vitamins” it has less to do with your B’s & C’s and more to do with the F’s(fillers). itSpray vitamins are a highly concentrated liquid, that doesn’t require fillers and binders. A sublingual (under the tongue) delivery system bypasses your digestive system for faster acting, higher absorption into your body and only the good stuff you need.
Let’s define fillers & binders used in traditional pills:
“Fillers are used to “bulk” a product up so it’s actually less potent than it looks. If a product in powder form is unusually inexpensive, you should take another look at the ingredient list for any fillers.”
“These are products that hold ingredients together, usually to keep them in the “shape” of a tablet. They may also be used to add volume if the amount of the active ingredient in the actual pill is very low. Lactose is sometimes used as a binder, so those who are lactose intolerant should pay careful attention.”
“Coatings such as gelatin are sometimes used to make capsules smoother and easier to swallow. Gelatin is made from animal products, so vegans will want to look for other options.”
Coloring and Flavoring:
“Many inexpensive products like vitamins use artificial colors to make them look more appealing. In most cases these will be natural, but it’s worth taking a look at the labels.”
Due to the absorption rate of liquid vitamins, the nutrients you need pack more of a punch. On average, one dose of liquid is the equivalent of up to 20 capsules.
Strength, as well as, immediacy of application, are why most hospitals prefer delivering medication in sublingual (under the tongue) format. Their patients receive a stronger, more instantaneous benefit from the liquid form. itSpray has been designed to customize your dose. You are able to control each dose, whether you chose 1 or 7 sprays you know how much is in each one. If you’re not comfortable giving yourself or your child a full 7 sprays, only spray once or twice and add to it as you see fit.
In Addition Ease of Use:
In fact, 40% of adults say they can’t swallow pills. The alternative avoids difficulty swallowing the medicine simply because it is a liquid. Avoiding the digestive means that you absorb 95% of the nutrients your body needs. Young children’s immature digestive systems have a harder time breaking down the complexities of a vitamin, while older digestive tracks have the same issue because of weakened digestive enzymes. Sometimes the pills don’t even fully digest, you can see them when they pass. Liquid vitamins keep your digestive system out of the equation, delivering nutrients directly and immediately to the bloodstream. Quality formulas like the ones found in every itSpray bottle are sugar-free, naturally sweetened, and gluten-free as well, making them accessible to those with diabetes or wheat allergies.
itSpray for Immunity, Energy and Sleep
There are 3 varieties of itSpray. BOOSTit for immune support, CHARGEit for sustained energy and DREAMit for anti-anxiety & better sleep. Now you know why liquid is better than pills.
Are you ready to get more from your supplements? Check it out!
If you’re not a fan of huge multivitamins or don’t feel the effects of those melatonin pills before bed, itSpray is the better solution. Our line reaps the benefits of liquid absorption with convenient, vitamin-packed sprays.
Laura a registered nurse uses all three itSpray varieties every day. Here is what she has to say:
“First, I am a 2.5 year post bariatric surgery patient, the ease and convenience of these vitamins is a no brainer. I wish I’d had these all along! As a nurse working 12-hour night shifts, BOOSTit gives me the vitamins I need to help my immune system. CHARGEit gives me the extra energy I need to make it through those long shifts, without having to load up on coffee, tea or soda, and DREAMit helps me sleep without feeling hung over when I wake up. This line is perfect, a few sprays and done – without having to swallow a bunch of pills. AND, they taste good. What could be better?”
— Laura, Registered Travel Nurse