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27,575 Calories per Day

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Regardless of your current bulking or cutting cycle, that amount of food per day probably seems absurd. And, you’re completely right.

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A study published in 2010, showed that the daily vitamin and mineral nutrient needs, or Recommended Daily Allowance, could only be met if individuals ate 27,575 calories EACH DAY. That amount of food takes bulking to a new level.

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So what if you’re a little low on vitamins and minerals?

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Research shows that ONE missing vitamin in your body’s chemistry can slow your gains. In fact, if you’re deficient in the mineral, magnesium, you’ll lose approximately 25% off your strength. That’s the difference between a 300lb bench press max and a 225lb bench press max. Decreased micronutrient levels affect not only your health but also, your ego.

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You're probably thinking about the vitamin shelf at the grocery store with those multivitamin gummies. Let us stop you right there. Like all other supplements, not all multivitamins are created equal.

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The fitness industry is saturated with pretty labels and funny marketing campaigns that can grab your attention and get you to open your wallets. But, how closely are you paying attention to the supplement facts on the label and the SOURCE of the products you’re purchasing?

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The majority of the population is not educated on the difference between whole food vitamins and synthetic vitamins. The difference is as simple as a molecule that's made in a lab, or a molecule that’s taken directly from food. Without this simple distinction between synthetic and whole food vitamins, you can easily change from thinking you’re taking a supplement that helps your health and fitness gains, to the harsh realization that the synthetic vitamins are actually causing more harm than good.

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For example, studies have shown that when individuals consumed a regular dose of synthetic vitamin C (ascorbic acid), it resulted in build up within the walls of the arteries over time, raising blood pressure and obstructing blood flow. Other negative side effects range from constipation to nerve damage.

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The solution is simple. Look for a well-rounded supplement that gets all its nutrients from whole food sources, like our multivitamin and mineral formula, Square 1.

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Holding true to our M.O., we’ve taken it a step further by running our whole food vitamin and mineral formula, Square 1, through an in-depth pre-digestion process. Before it’s capsulated, the formula is run through a blend of plant enzymes to break down all components within. This pre-digestion process allows the formula to skip the digestion process within your body and immediately be absorbed within your body’s cells, increasing the potency and effectiveness.

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As always, we sell Square 1 direct to you, the customer, at wholesale pricing to give you the best bang for your buck. Bettering your health shouldn’t cost a second mortgage. You can purchase a one month supply bottle of Square 1 for only $14.

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Never sacrifice purity or potency for price ever again!

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PURCHASE SQUARE ONE HERE

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