Optimally Organic Now Online with All Natural, Full Spectrum “Superfoods”

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. - March 11, 2014 - PRLog -- In a move described by many customers as good news for the wellness community nationwide, Optimally Organic is now offering a selection of what they describe as “Full Spectrum Superfoods,” all natural, organic supplements from their online store.

According to an Optimally Organic spokesperson, the main goal of the company has always been to provide the purest and most natural products available from the worldwide marketplace today. Using suppliers in locations ranging from the Amazon rainforest to Siberian taiga, the company has stated it makes every effort to procure the highest quality products for their clients, no matter how far or remote their source.

The products offered by Optimally Organic reflect their variety of origins. The company’s organic freeze dried camu camu powder, for example, is described as being derived from rainforest plants. It is extremely high in Vitamin C, while also containing calcium, protein, Beta-Carotene, Iron, Riboflavin, Niacin, Thiamin, Phosphorus, Valine, Leucine and Serine. In contrast, organic freeze-dried Alfalfa grass juice powder is sourced nationally, and is characterized in Optimally Organic promotional literature as loaded with Vitamin A, C, and and most of the B vitamins.

Shipped from Westlake Village, California to consumers nationwide, the family behind this small but growing business says their products are designed to improve overall health and functioning, while offered at low prices and from the highest quality vendors. As measured by their exponentially increasing sales, clearly Optimally Organic has connected with families nationwide who are interested in both their health and a lifestyle that places value on organic, chemical free living.

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