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How does BergaMet Citrus Bergamot SuperFruit™ 47% BPF compare to competitive brands?

March 05, 2020 2 min read


Hello my name is Dr. James Rouse I'm a naturopathic family doctor I've written 13 books, my focus is integrated medicine but my joy is to serve people to help them become the greatest versions of themselves.

So doctor to doctor this is the question we always want to ask
ourselves, we want to have peace of mind when we recommend anything and that's why I really enjoy walking you through this idea in a way that you're gonna say "this makes me feel comfortable recommending a product". 
Now what's happening out there in the world of statins is that we're always asking a simple question, "what can I do to complement this program?"  We know that statins come with a lot of side effects, that our patients are becoming more aware of,  we want to always do the best thing we can.
So we're looking at how BergaMet Bergamot SuperFruit™ the Citrus SuperFruit™ can deliver on a promise, take it down to the simplest.  The simplest is literally concentration of polyphenols, concentration of flavonoids.
The competition out there roughly runs between 30 and 37% concentrated polyphenols. When it comes down to PRO Plus we're looking at 47% concentration.
Our patients want to know what's going to deliver on the promise, what's going to be the most powerful?  You as a doctor you just want to have peace of mind and you want to deliver the clinical evidence and everything that you share and that is why this product PRO plus is the one that I want to encourage you to recommend.
But don't just take it from me visit our website go through the clinical trials see the evidence you will have peace of mind for you and your patients.

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