Sunday, April 20, 2008

Experience a whole food multi on us: Vitamin Exchange Program

Next week, Whole Food Nation, the little start up I own part of, is doing a little experiment - you can trade in your synthetic multivitamins for a free month's supply of a whole-food based one.

Who it's for
People who are into health and whole food, who also religiously take a Synthetic Multi Vitamin each day (SMV) - any brand. You can now trade it away free for a month's supply of a whole food multi. What if it makes a difference in how you feel?

What to do
1. Look to see if your multivitamins are synthetic. Check it against this synthetic ingredients list here Are Your Vitamins Safe?

2. Decide which of the whole-food multi's you want for a month: Pop a Purple or Pop a Green

3. Ship your synthetic vitamin bottle (leave some pills in it) to Whole Food Nation (see below). INCLUDE:

Phone #
Which Pops you want: Green or Purple.

Whole Food Nation
4741 Central St. #1000
Kansas City, MO 64112
Questions? email me here.

P.S. No one from our company will hound you or pitch you anything. The Vitamin Exchange Program is a national experiment to introduce people to whole-food based multis. And we never share your info, for any reason.

P.S. How do you know a multi-vitamin is synthetic? Use this report, "Are Your Vitamins Safe?" published by Whole Food Nation.


Anonymous said...

Hi Kim,
I signed up for the tradeaway the other day but never received a confirmation. I was already on your list, so wondering if that's why. I tried to resign again, but it says I am already in your list. Would really like to try the product with the tradeaway program.
LISA M (Colorado)

Kim Klaver said...

Did you get the info now, Lisa?