As some of you might have already read from my previous posts, I am a great fan of natural dietary supplements. It is generally accepted that most of the food that we eat these days is not nutritionally rich. A famous quote, attributed to Ann Wigmore, reads: “The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.”

It is for this reason that I am very passionate about dietary supplements. I read a lot on this and related subjects. While there are many dietary supplements out there, very few really stand out. Many of them are just there for the owners and their associates to make money at the expense of the desperate people.

One of the companies that I strongly recommend is Rain International, makers of Soul and Core, Revri, Foam, and Fused Coffee. Their products, especially Soul, are products of many years of real research. There are many testimonies of  Rain products against diseases such as cancer, diabetes, fibromyalgia and many others. Even here in Southern Africa, there have been some moving Rain testimonies.

Rain International has recently opened distribution hubs in Namibia, Botswana and South Africa, where a box of Soul costs US$85. While Rain International is trying to make its footprint on the continent, it looks like Trevo, which is another American company whose only product is known by the same name, Trevo, is well ahead in the business in the region.

Trevo has been around in the Southern African region for quite sometime. Their marketing system is well established. As of now, they are simply the most dominant dietary supplement in this region.  I have known Trevo for a while now, mainly from Facebook posts of some young ladies, who used to be a few years behind me in College. I have, however, been always put off because of the way they advertise this product. They talk a lot about financial freedom and far much less about the efficacy of the product. It, therefore, sounds more like a money making gimmick.

In recent months, I have, however, taken some time to read about the Trevo by looking at the 174 ingredients that make this drink. I have noted that some of the ingredients in Trevo are very powerful. Some of these ingredients are alfalfa leaf, aloe vera gel, blue green spirulina, goji fruit, mangosteen and milk thistle.

While Rain Soul is an aftermath of 20 years of research done by Dr Arnold S. Leonard from the University of Minnesota, I have not seen any evidence of real research behind Trevo. The great positive aspect of Trevo is, however, that they have tried to find as many ingredients as possible from all over the world, thereby giving consumers a chance to introduce rare nutrients into their bodies.

Under normal circumstances, it would be impossible for people to access such nutrients. The impact of such rare nutrients on the body can be so amazing. I have seen some people’s health conditions improving drastically after taking Trevo. It is for this reason that I strongly recommend Trevo to all readers of this blog.

If you want to buy dietary supplements such as Trevo, Soul, and Core and you do not know how to go about it, please contact me.