Total Balance by Xtend Life has been on the market for the past 14 years. This is their 8th generation release of the multivitamin. The same trusted multivitamin with the same science, only altered and improved for the 8th time and retested. The supplement strives to deliver nutrition directly to your cells’ front doors. It has a coating that protects it against stomach acid so you won’t just have neon urine, you will actually get nutrients where you need them when you need them.
The main 5 things this multivitamin does are:
- Eliminate buildup of excess free radicals that can cause cancer
- Stop glycation that mutates perfectly healthy cells
- Reduce inflammation
- Stop DNA degeneration
- Prevent abnormal methylation
vitamins A B6 B12 C D3 E and K2, niacin, folic acid, thiamin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, calcium, iodine, magnesium, selenium, copper, manganese, chromium, molybdenum, potassium, soy lecithin and assorted herb extracts.
* REAL Customer Reviews *
“I have been with Xtend-Life for several years now and not only is the product excellent, particularly for someone like myself with sensitivities, but the customer service is fabulous as well. Don’t hesitate to try Xtend-Life products – you won’t be disappointed. There truly is a difference between supplements.”
“Can’t put a price on health. After much research, I was very pleased to find these. The supplement facts are impressive and drug store vitamins just can’t compare. I usually don’t catch the “bugs” going around at work, as these help build healthy immune system. I have been taking for many years and never run out.”
“It’s a good quality vitamin. I take two per day and it has many different ingredients in it. In terms of the quality and ingredients, I would recommend this to anybody. The customer service is phenomenal.”
Customer Review Analysis
In as little as 3 weeks users saw results and they were very please. Usually I am alarmed when I see 5 star reviews in such high amounts, I just assume they have been edited or even just plain written by the company as a tactic to trick people and self promote their product.
There were a lot of 1 star reviews and 3 stars mixed in though, which believe it or not is a good sign. When you read the negative reviews for this product they rarely had anything to do with the actual product. Customers either disliked taking it on an empty stomach or they just had issues with delivery. At no point did anyone claim that it was ineffective at all.