The theory behind the so-called Paleolithic Diet (Paleo Diet, for short) suggests that whole food vitamins obtained from minimally refined and processed whole foods, like vegetables, fruit, nuts and lean meats, should be optimally suited for human biology, and thus optimal health. Most of the food based supplements are also known as food grown and they are synthetically created nutrients cultured in a mixture of yeast and probiotics. Synthetic vitamin C has no bioactivity in the body at all. They point to food synergy as to why whole foods have the advantage over vitamin supplements.\n\nIt stops the development of shortage in minerals and vitamins. Most multivitamins and other supplements made from poor synthetic isolates have less than 50% efficacy, meaning that less than half of the vitamin is absorbed by the body, and even less is actually used by the body.\n\nThey are made from nutritious whole plants and fruits, such as blueberries, cranberries, strawberries, blackberries, cherries, apricots, papaya, oranges, grapes, pineapples, plums, bilberry, seaweed, kale, spinach, wheat grass, brussels sprouts, asparagus, broccoli, beets, carrots, parsley, cabbage, cauliflower, organic mushrooms and garlic.\n\nStudies about plant based vitamins and whole foods are yet to come up with a clear result. You see, some cheap synthetic supplements are made from petrochemicals. We are saying for example, that ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) is important but the hundreds of other amazing compounds that are naturally found within a Vitamin C rich food, such as an orange, have no significance.\n\nWhole foods provide the nutrients in less concentrated form and don’t have the same risks. CyberEnzyme deliver ensures maximum digestion and absorption of the 9 amino acid chelated minerals along with the vitamins to promote healthy nutrition. Good whole food supplements sources of iron include red meat, fish, poultry, tofu, beans, lentils, leafy green vegetables, peas, and fortified products like bread and breakfast cereals.