Marine-D3 Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: What is Marine-D3 Marine-D3 is a scientifically designed little purple ocean based super-pill that floods your body with the same repairing, enriching, and youth giving secrets that deep sea algae uses to live as long as 200 years & help lower and restore your blood pressure levels.
Q: How does Marine-D3 work?
Marine-D3 is designed to stop accelerated aging in its tracks by removing toxins 24 hours a day! Flooding your cells with the nutrition they need and repairing breakdown at the cellular level, and make sure that you ace your next blood pressure exam!
By giving your cells what they need your body will experience energy, health, and power that it hasn’t seen in years. If these levels are low, you may be experiencing “burnout,” and overall cellular fatigue. You can feel tired, weak, frustrated, and lack concentration and have poor blood pressure. However, when neurotransmitter levels are optimal, research indicates you may experience a boost in energy and health levels and restore blood pressure to normal levels.
This can result in more vibrancy, energy, and better support for your heart, eyes, brain, healthy blood pressure levels, and much more!
Q: I qualified for the Marine-D3 real world survey, how do I participate?
After reserving your Marine-D3 today, we will email you a simple one-page survey form to fill out online while using this breakthrough product. We then take your information and customize education and support based on your answers. In 60 days, we’ll do a follow-up survey to see how you are progressing and ensure that Marine-D3 is exceeding your expectations.
While most supplement companies treat everyone the same, we don’t! Your specific needs are extremely important to us.
Q: Can Marine-D3 really reverse my health problems?
Marine-D3 is not a “magic bullet” that will instantly reverse disease or cure anything. No one can make a crazy claim like that and anyone who does is not being upfront with you.
However, a great deal of science supports Marine-D3’s key ingredients and indicates that they may be the missing link needed to help you improve what your cells need because it helps stop cell poisoning, starvation, helps restore normal blood pressure levels and inflammation.
All major causes of disease and symptoms.
When Seanol, Calamarine, and Vitamin-D3 were studied in control groups on humans and animals, the research that showed improvement in each major organ was stunning. It was that research that led us to put them in 1 pill for massive synergy.
Q: How can I tell if I need Marine-D3? Your honest answer to the following questions will let you know if you’re suffering from over-toxicity, cellular under nourishment, and/or neuro-burnout…
- Yes No 1. Do you feel tired and fatigued on a daily basis?
- Yes No 2. Do you have concerns over your heart health, blood pressure, memory, or cholesterol?
- Yes No 3. Do you have discomfort or pain in your joints?
- Yes No 4. Do you ever feel foggy? Like your brain isn’t getting what it needs?
- Yes No 5. Do you feel like you are aging faster than you should?
- Yes No 6. Are you holding on to some excess weight that no matter what you try (dieting, exercise, etc..) it doesn’t seem to change?
- Yes No 7. Do you have a hard time sleeping at night?
Q: Is Marine-D3 a drug or medication? NO! Marine-D3 is not a drug or medication, but a safe and effective dietary supplement. You can think of it as 3 high-powered super-nutrients scientifically designed to fight aging at the source and give youth-giving relief to your entire body.
Q: What ingredients does Marine-D3 contain and why are they added?
Secret Ingredient #1: Seanol™
An extremely rare seaweed extract (from Ecklonia Cava) proven 100 times more powerful than any land-based antioxidant.
Over 15 years of research and nearly $40 million worth of clinical studies back it up.
It's the only FDA-approved Ecklonia Cava marine-algae extract in existence.
Not Only is Seanol More Potent… It Stays In your body 12 Hours, compared to land based Antioxidants that work on for 30 minutes… and even Resveratrol is only 14 minutes…
When taken 2 times a day, it gives you 24 hour protection against the 3 main causes of aging, which we will address later in this video!
Discovering this secret can put years on your life and start reversing the effects of aging immediately.
Secret Ingredient #1: Calamarine™A deep-sea omega-3 discovery that blows away every fish oil in existence!
It delivers an unheard of 85% more DHA omega-3s to your heart, brain, joints, and eyes!
Scientists have discovered that the type of omega-3 it contains is the true miracle worker.
Not only is this the worlds most powerful Omega…
But you can get more than 8X the benefits of a Fish Oil without the burps and after taste…People LOVE This Benefit…
With This SUPER-OMEGA, you can say goodbye to your fish oil and support yourself in these area’s…
- Unhealthy blood pressure levels
- Fatigue to energy
- Heart trouble
- Poor memory
- Vision Problems
- Dry or itchy skin
- Joint pain
- Lack of endurance
- Poor circulation
It's called Marine-D3.
Because it also includes a superior form of vitamin D…
To Give You Even MORE Intense Rejuvenation & Repairing POWER!
Research shows that this life-saving vitamin plays a key role in preventing nearly every major disease, from depression to heart disease.
But a whopping 75% of Americans simply don't get enough!
Your cells are literally starving to death without it!
With Marine-D3, turning back the clock is no longer some futuristic dream – it's a longevity breakthrough you can benefit from NOW!
Its Extreme Rejuvenating Power Comes From Joining Three Healing Powerhouses!
Each of these nutrients is tremendously effective on their own, but when combined for the first time ever in Marine- D3, the synergy of all three delivers unprecedented anti- aging and disease-fighting benefits!
Together, they attack aging from every conceivable angle and restore health in nearly every system in your body!
An important point I wanted to mention is that Marine-D3's ingredients are designed to be much more potent together than by themselves. Scientists call this a synergistic effect—the sum total of the ingredients is more powerful than their individual parts. What’s more, unlike some supplements, Marine-D3 was designed to work better the longer it's taken.
For example, the Calamarine actually helps the absorption of the Seanol and Vitamin D3 into the brain and heart! If you take anti-oxidants thinking it’s getting across the brain barrier, you may be surprised to find that much less is actually getting in.
Q: Is Marine-D3 safe?
YES! Although Marine-D3 is powerful, it is NOT a medication or drug. It’s a natural dietary supplement. It was developed by the Marine-D3 Scientific Advisory Board, which includes prominent medical doctors, research scientists, and registered dietitians.
Seanol is the only FDA-approved Ecklonia Cava marine-algae extract in existence.
All of its ingredients have been shown to be safe in dozens of studies. And many of Marine-D3's ingredients are found in healthy foods—but not in high enough amounts to get immediate results in your game. By the way, if you suffer from a medical condition or take medications… you should show the bottle to your doctor or pharmacist just to be safe. Q: Who should take Marine-D3? Any healthy individual over the age of 18 who is interested in fighting aging and the 3 main accelerants to aging! Plus, anyone who wants to super-charge their health with the benefits that come from the sea, plus Vitamin-D3
It doesn’t matter if you’re a man or woman, younger or more mature. Even though we find most of our customers are over the age of 40, all adults can benefit. Q: When should I take Marine-D3? Take a two-capsule dose twice a day with a meal, every day is ideal. (It needs to “build up” in your system.) If you follow this routine, you will give yourself 24 hour anti-oxidant protection and your body will experience the repairing power all day and night!
Q: Should I stop taking Marine-D3 after a certain amount of time? No—the longer you take Marine-D3 the better your results may be and you give yourself more of a chance to restore your blood pressure to normal levels. It is our experience that you should continue to take Marine-D3 indefinitely to support optimum cellular levels and help you fight inflammation, under-nourishment, toxicity, and burn-out.
Q: How long after taking Marine-D3 will I feel the effects? This varies among individuals. Most users feel Marine-D3’s effects immediately—within a few days—and others take up to four weeks. We recommend giving the product a trial run of at least four weeks for best results. This allows it to build up it’s potency level for short-term and long-term effect.
Q: Is Marine-D3 of the highest quality? Definitely. Marine-D3 is top notch because:
- Marine-D3 contains rare, expensive, ultra-safe, and only the highest quality ingredients shipped in from around the globe. (Many supplement companies use cheap and impure ingredients, and sell inferior products at a low price.)
- Marine-D3 is produced in small precise quantities so its potency and purity can always be guaranteed. At any time, you can call and request a scientific analysis to prove what’s on the label is in the bottle.
- Marine-D3 is a bargain for the price because you could easily pay over $250 if you tried to buy high-quality Seanol-P, Vitamin-D3, and Calamarine. (This would be confusing, too!)
Q: Am I protected if it doesn’t work? Try Marine-D3 for a full 60 Days and if you aren’t happy for any reason and you don't ace your next blood pressure exam, or no reason at all, just return the unused portion and we’ll immediately buy it back from you, plus I’ll include an extra $10 just for giving it an honest try. This means you will have BETTER than a full 60-day, 100% Money-Back-Guarantee. Marine-D3 Scientific References
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