Aloe: The Ultimate Supplement Support - Lily of the Desert

Aloe: The Ultimate Supplement Support

From pills and powders to liquids and gummies, dietary supplements can come in all shapes and sizes. We tend to take supplements in order to increase our intake of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and more. However, just as it’s important to make sure our bodies are properly supplemented, it’s also necessary to make sure they’re being absorbed correctly.

Supplements Help Fill Nutritional Gaps

According to News In Health, more than half of all Americans routinely take dietary supplements in their day-to-day life. Many use supplements to help reach their daily allowance of essential nutrients. Others are medically recommended to take supplements in order to help improve and maintain good health.

Of course, eating a varied diet full of fruits, veggies, and healthy proteins can help you get the nutrients you need, without the added help of supplements. However, in today’s busy world, it can be difficult to plan meals that are always rich in nutrients. Supplements are a great way to help fill those nutritional gaps and provide your body with what it’s lacking. As always, ask your doctor before taking certain supplements, as they may have side effects when taken with other medications.

When Supplements Fall Short

Now, say we eat our greens and take our vitamins. There are still ways to miss out on those nutrients. For example, those taking iron supplements with their tea or coffee every morning may find that their absorption rates are nullified by those specific beverages. Without being able to absorb the nutrients we consume, many supplements are flushed out via urine.

This is where bioavailability comes in. In layman’s terms, bioavailability is our natural ability to absorb good nutrients and keep our bodies functioning. Taking a multivitamin is only as good as the nutrients we absorb from it. Without proper bioavailability, you’re likely flushing your time, effort, supplement, and money down the drain.

How to Improve Bioavailability

The causes of low bioavailability can vary. Sometimes it’s due to age, sex, disorders, physical activity, or something else. It’s also common to experience low bioavailability while taking certain drugs. One of the best and most scientifically-sound ways to increase nutrient absorption is through the help of supplement supporters such as preservative-free aloe vera juice.

As a supplement supporter, aloe vera helps improve our nutrient absorption and ensures those components don’t get flushed out. This is caused by naturally-occurring polysaccharides found within the aloe plant. It’s also handy that aloe naturally contains a list of essential minerals, vitamins, amino acids, and enzymes that align with some of the most common over-the-counter supplements! 

By taking aloe vera with your pills and supplements, two amazing things happen. One, you increase the number of healthy nutrients you’re taking. And two, you’re also able to better absorb them into your body. This allows for better assistance in antioxidant support, healthy regularity, reduced toxin buildup, and normal muscle and joint flexibility. 

Even so, not every aloe brand will provide you with the right nutritional absorption rates.

Absorb More Nutrients with Aloesorb™

As stated above, the polysaccharides found in Aloe vera are considered the main biologically-active component that helps enhance everyday nutrient absorption. Our team of researchers has discovered a new way to amplify aloe’s original health benefits through the innovative use of our patent-pending Aloesorb™.

Found in each of our aloe products, Aloesorb™ is a one-of-a-kind infusion process that is made up of organic aloe. When reviewed in a gold standard clinical study, aloe juice with the Aloesorb™ infusion was found to show a major increase in absorption rates of Vitamin C when compared to generic aloe and water – making it a great addition to your supplement regimen.

Other benefits of Aloesorb include boosted immune support through white blood cell counts, decreased toxic levels, enhanced antioxidant support, and reduced oxidative stress.

Ways to Purchase Lily of the Desert Aloe

If you’re ready to give our Aloesorb™ products a try, explore our store locator tool to discover where products are sold near you. Rather get it delivered? You can find all of our Lily of the Desert products online at Amazon, Vitacost, and Lucky Vitamin.


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