Women's Wellness Foundation "Bundle"
Benefits of the Wellness Bundle
- Probiotic (40 Billion CFU)
- Omega-3 Fatty Acids
- Women's Multivitamin
- SAVE 10% on Bundles
Just in case you are new to 3D Labs Nutrition or are simply unaware of our philosophy, we figured these "foundation" bundles would be a great place to remind everyone what we believe as it relates to nutritional supplementation...IT SHOULD BE JUST THAT!
In other words, supplements will NOT outwork a bad fitness and nutrition program, nor will they provide a quick fix if the "basics" are not first taken care of. Simply put, nutritional supplements are meant to provide "ADD-ON" support and/or fill in the nutritional gaps from diet alone.
It is this belief and our deep understanding of fitness, nutrition, and supplementation that led us to create the Men's and Women's Wellness Bundles. These bundles do one very important thing before any specific goals can even be entertained. They ensure that the CORE ELEMENTS of your nutritional gaps and needs are met.
We know every lady wants a beautiful body. That is human nature and a great goal if it moves you into better fitness and nutrition. But the truth is, and always will be, there is no potion that will shed the unwanted fat.
More importantly, your body will not naturally operate at its highest level, if you have not first taken care of the foundation of your nutritional needs. Consider the Women's Wellness Bundle your STARTING POINT...and build from there. Let's do this!
The Chosen Few That Make Up the Women's Wellness Bundle
- FloraMode - our proven probiotic formula for better digestion and gut health
- MultiMode for Women - a multivitamin formulated specifically for the ladies and their needs
- OmegaMode - omega-3 fatty acids (quite possibly the MOST IMPORTANT daily supplement you can take)
Remember, if you have any questions at all as to why any, or all, of these individual solutions, are included in the Wellness Bundles, simply click the links above to learn more about each one.
These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease"? This statement, known as a "disclaimer," is required by law (21 U.S.C. 343(r)(6)(C) and 21 CFR 101.93(b)–(d)) when a manufacturer makes a structure/function claim or certain other claims in dietary supplement labeling.