I, too, learned about custom vite at the A4M Anti-Aging conference. They have a very creative concept, bioavailable supplements and very friendly, knowledgeable nutritionists. If there is something you can't find on the site, I would suggest calling them and having it sent to your email. Most people who use custom vite as patients, likely do so through a physician as opposed to directly from finding their site, because their marketing is geared to physicians. If you don't know one who uses custom vite, you can get assessed and have your custom blend done through Tao Holistics, an integrative wellness company that is one of the leaders in terms of testing and holistic health.
Not very impressive. Lack of contact link, and although they often mention a self-administered questionnaire, I couldn't find it any where on the site. Live chat link was dead, and it seams like just a scam to send you off to hand more money to a practitioner that will "recommend" the right supplements.
And of course I couldn't even find a rough estimate of any costs.
I discovered this website while at a conference for the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and it really is a great concept. Many people take vitamins and supplements, but what they often are paying for is the marketing and packaging of the ingredients. In a typical vitamin pill most of it is actually just filler and not the vitamin....not to mention the bottle itself is expensive to produce. What this company offers is a way to customize an individual's supplements in just a few pills and your doctors can prescribe whatever dosage they recommend for you rather than what the company thinks will sell to the masses. Great concept and well executed.
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