Skip to main content

Best Price Nutrition Review

The chaos around me, which is my world and body, is not usually supplemented.  I don't know why, I've just never been one to like to take any "pills".  I'm even hesitant to take my medically prescribed and medically necessary "pills".  I guess you could say I am sort of stubborn that way.

However, you could also say that I am not so stubborn that I don't realize the many benefits of adding supplements to your diet.  When I was given an opportunity to review some of the products at BestPriceNutrition.Com it seemed a good chance to find out more.  Hopefully my experiences will help those of you who have hesitated with using supplements or wondered about benefits and possible side effects, like me.  Please, always consult with your personal medical professional before starting any new supplemental regimen and remember that everyone is different and may react differently than my experience

New Chapter WHOLEmega Extra Virgin Omega-Rich Fish Oil, 1000mg

Fish Oil is something that has interested me for awhile now.  I have chronic problems with a low thyroid (which I call the concrete boots fuzzy brain syndrome) and a family history of heart problems.  Much to my doctor's chagrin I also have high blood pressure and borderline high cholesterol.  Oh joy!  So the touted benefits of Fish Oil intrigue me.  Heart problems, inflammation, arthritis, anti-aging, macular degeneration and mental health are some of the items on the list that Fish Oil is claimed to help.

It was with a small hesitation that I took my first dose of WHOLEmega and swallowed.  After about 3 days I must honestly say that I felt a difference.  My energy level seems to be a little more peppy and much to my surprise, my mental clarity is improved.  What a welcome surprise!  After about 10 days, the WHOLEmega is certainly not a miracle cure but truly does seem to help me feel more "functional" in my life.  The only side effect which I have experienced is a little belching with a slight fishy taste, not really bothersome but does sound funny.

To learn more about WHOLEmega, please use any of the links below.

Watch for more Best Price Nutrition reviews coming soon!
I was provided with a complimentary sample for this review which has in no way affected my opinions.


1grown2togo said…
New GFC Follower From the Social Buzz Hop~Shari L Alligood

Popular posts from this blog

Sit-upon Tutorial By Rachel Beyer

As a former Girl Scout, I have lots of fun camp memories. I remember learning to tie knots, set up camp and to cook over the campfire. An essential Girl Scout tradition is making a sit-upon. A sit-upon is a homemade waterproof cushion. They are easy to make and I remember using them every time we did any activity while sitting on the bare ground, which most often was damp or scattered with uncomfortable sticks and pebbles. A sit-upon is great for sitting around the campfire, your backyard, or even a sporting event.  There are lots of ways to make a sit-upon. When I was a Brownie Girl Scout, we made ours from old vinyl tablecloths and foam. But in a pinch, you can use a plastic garbage bag and a stack of old newspapers for padding. To revisit this simple craft project, I decided to use a roll of vintage vinyl wallpaper I found at a thrift store and some foam I bought at my local craft store. Essential Supplies: Waterproof Material (vinyl tablecloth, or other store-bought vinyl or

*HUGE* Summer Collection Giveaway!

We're so excited to be having a Summer giveaway for all of our wonderful friends, fans, and customers! We will be giving away: *Summer Letters Set ($21.99) *Flowers on Dowels Set ($11.99) *Butterfly ($7.99) *Snail ($7.99) *Caterpillar ($7.99) *Bee ($5.99) *Scrapbook Papers to finish the wood and embellishments! Giveaway will end on May 12th - Mother's Day. Good luck!! a Rafflecopter giveaway

Love Heart Wood Project

Today I have a really easy project to create. It would be a great last-minute Christmas gift. Wood heart ! To begin, simply trace your heart onto a sheet of patterned paper. You could also use another shape or even a plain wood block. Cut the heart out of paper and set aside. Next, you will want to paint your wood heart in a neutral color or coordinating color to your patterned paper. Once the paint is dry, glue the paper to the wood using Mod Podge or craft glue spread very thin. If your glue is too thick, bubbles in the paper will occur. Let dry, pushing out any buckles that the paper gets. Cover the project with a thin layer of Mod Podge if desired. Now it's time for the fun part! Use your imagination to add ribbons, die cuts, brads, flowers, charms, any embellishment. I have even used the bling from an old broken necklace. The sky is the limit! Depending on the project I am creating, sometimes I decoupage (Mod Podge) the painted and papered wood and don't decoup