Gel supplements that boost nutrition and promote health.
Agel is a line of nine nutritional gel supplements that deliver vitamins, minerals, nutrients and herbs for a slew of different health needs. The supplements, available online or through a distributor, are designed to give you a health boost in an easy-to-use and quick-acting gel form.
Featuring a suspension gel technology, each gel packet delivers an accurate dosage that is easier to absorb, quicker to act and more convenient to carry than most capsules and pills. The nine gels are designed to do one of the following: improve mental alertness, boost antioxidant levels, promote weight loss, keep joints healthy, promote heart health, boost protein levels, give you your recommended vitamins and minerals and improve your immune system.
You can also become an Agel sales representative and sell the products out of your own home.
- Convenient to use
- Business opportunities are available
- Certain gel forms may come with side effects
- Health and sound nutrition does not come in a supplement form
- No evidence that gel supplements are better than capsule forms
Each of the nine gels contain their own separate ingredients that are specific to the objective of the supplement. For instance, the weight loss gel features HCA, a derivative of the fruit garcinia cambogia, which has supposed appetite suppressing effects. The gel for mental alertness contains schizandra, rhodiala, and ginseng, all of which may help you increase your resistance to stress and enhance your mental focusADMINISTRATION
Agel gels are consumed according to the package directions which is usually one gel per day .DIET and EXERCISE
There are no specific diet or exercise guidelines.CONCLUSION
Agel supplement gels are a convenient way to get a boost of nutrients and with the nine different varieties, there is probably a gel that suits your health needs.
But there is little science to support the use of consuming a gel supplement as opposed to a capsule form. Moreover, many of these products claims are derived from unscientific claims and research studies.
Be sure to consult with your medical doctor before taking any of these products, particularly if you are taking medication.Common Misspellings
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