Help Children to “BE THEIR BEST” - December 2016

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Bodysentials - A supplement for children's health

Bodysentials has been developing products for more than a decade that help focus, strength and endurance in youth and children. GP4.0 youth nutritional products have been developed and are produced in British Columbia with the help of a Provincial grant and BC Research.

 Our focused target market is children and youth who are hyperactive, deal with behavior challenges and lack focus and concentration.  Also, endurance for those who are elite athletes, academics and those in the arts like dance.

Parents have reported having happier children, improved behavior and improved academic marks after using GP4.0. Children have found the drinks likeable, and parents have found it easier to get them to use the drinks instead of taking many vitamin pills.

The founder and president Brent McMullin and his wife have nine children, and developing these nutritional products helped them to help each of their children to “BE THEIR BEST”. The beverage mixes were developed with the help of a Provincial Government grant through British Columbia Research located at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver.

 Direction for the formulation and delivery of the GP4.0 drinks was provided by Dr. Bruce H. Woolley, D. Pharm, Fellow, Professor (Emeritus), Brigham Young University.

 The system is simple, daily nutrition is delivered in two different drink formats, one before school and another one after school. Nutrition is delivered in a powder form mixed with cold water. This overcomes the challenge of a not knowing where in the digestive system the pill will dissolve and what quantity of nutrients will be absorbed before it is excreted from the body.

 There is no refined sugar, fructose, artificial flavor or colours in the product.

 

 

Health Canada have reviewed, approved and licensed the products. GP4.0 Fruit Punch (NPN 80063426) taken in the morning before school and GP4.0 Vanilla Shake (NPN80063432) taken after school.

 NOTE: No medical claim is stated, inferred or implied. The information of the fore page and these pages is intended to inform so that the user may understand the background and nature of the products. Reported are the testimonials of those who have used or observed the use of the products.

Extensive information is available at Bodysentials.com




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