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Day 5 "FREE" Week Product Review - Dr. Ron's Doctors Best

The Five Fish: Day 5 "FREE" Week Product Review - Dr. Ron's Doctors Best

Friday, May 01, 2009

Day 5 "FREE" Week Product Review - Dr. Ron's Doctors Best

We made it to the final day of The Five Fish "FREE" Week with Dr. Ron's closing out the week.

I have to say that Dr. Ron's has definitely held up to the claims thus far and believe me I am the biggest skeptic surrounding products that claim to be "all natural" and in this case preservative free.

This final product was the hardest to review, I mean really, how do you judge a multi-vitamin you have only been taking for a week. Hard to tell really. So today was my science experiment day which is why my post wasn't written until now.

Again here is a bit about Dr. Ron and Dr. Ron's Doctors Best, Multi-vitamin:

The supplements in this section include formulas and essential nutrients you might want to take to a desert island – or want with you if you’ve missed your connection at O’Hare and a winter storm blows in.
We each have our own unique nutritional needs, but all of us can benefit by including special foods and the basic nutrients they contain in our daily routines. By ensuring substantial intake of nutrients that were abundantly supplied in traditional diets, we help build lasting health and resistance to the inevitable physical and mental decline of ageing. Let’s take a succinct look at each of these ten formulas and nutrients that will be detailed in the next ten pages.
  • Doc’s Best – the next generation. Why take a multi? In a word, insurance. The complete spectrum of nutrients our state-of-the-art vitamin-mineral-antioxidant formula supplies protects against deficiencies. There isn’t a more complete multi – and Doc’s Best is ideal in pregnancy and for children as well.

So here is the demo straight from Dr. Ron's site:

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Dr. Ron's

Now Dr. Ron's clearly states that you can try this test yourself.....so I gave it a whirl:

video video

As you can see I compared Dr. Ron's to the Kirkland Brand (Costco) that we normally use and you can see the results. To make it more true to life I actually used vinegar which is mildly acidic and comparable to stomach acid as opposed to using water.

Have a great Friday and thanks for checking out Dr. Ron's and Traba Door.

Have a great weekend!!

The views and opinions expressed on this blog belong purely to Karie Herring. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party in question.

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