In today's fast-paced world, achieving optimal nutrition every day can seem like an endless endeavor. Optimizing your nutrition can sometimes feel daunting, from ensuring you get enough essential nutrients to keeping up with your wellness supplements.
That's where Elo Smart Gummies come in—a customized gummy vitamin reshaping the dietary supplement landscape. Picture a world where your daily gummy vitamins are personalized to align with your unique health goals and nutrition needs, meticulously made just for you using 3D printing technology.
If it sounds too good to be true, keep reading as we take a closer look at what Elo Smart Gummies are, how they work, and the incredible differences that set them apart from traditional vitamins and supplements.
Elo Smart Gummies are personalized, 7-layer daily gummy supplements that are 3D-printed to match your unique needs based on your health goals, dietary preferences, and biomarkers. Elo matches your unique nutrition profile with the latest clinical research to build a gummy custom-made for you.
Elo Smart Gummies not only deliver essential vitamins and minerals but also incorporate health-boosting functional ingredients such as curcumin and collagen, simplifying and streamlining your daily supplementation routine.
Made with a pectin-based encapsulation formula, Elo Smart Gummies are 100% vegan, allergen-free, Halal- and Kosher-friendly. They have no artificial colors, flavors, added sugars, or preservatives.
In addition to essential vitamins and minerals, Elo Smart Gummies offer health-enhancing functional ingredients to boost your well-being and help you move closer to your health goals. Here is a list of the functional ingredient possibilities in Smart Gummies, along with their science-backed benefits:
Apple cider vinegar (ACV): ACV may naturally boost metabolism, improve blood sugar markers, and support heart health [ 1
Postbiotics: Metabolites of probiotics proven to enhance metabolic health by reducing visceral fat, waist circumference, and inflammation [ 8
Ginger Extract: Helps relieve inflammation and arthritic pain, among other health benefits [ 15
Eluethero (Siberian Ginseng): A powerful antioxidant that supports immune health, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative effects, cognitive function, and stress relief [ 16
Curcumin (HydroCurc™): The predominant bioactive compound in turmeric 17 18
turmeric, curcumin offers potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, potentially reducing inflammation, joint pain, symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease, and more [
Inositol: Supports insulin and hormone balance, and may also aid in weight loss [ 19
Lutein (Lutemax® 2020): Contains a carotenoid complex that supports immunity, energy, cognitive function, eye health, liver health, and cardiovascular health [ 21
Maca powder: May be beneficial for libido, energy, endurance, and physical and mental health [ 22
Milk thistle extract: May protect against liver diseases, reduce menopause symptoms, support milk production in new mothers, and alleviate nausea [ 23
Nourished Greens™: A proprietary superfood blend of broccoli, spinach, kale, kiwi, and spirulina that may boost energy levels [ 24
Silica: Bamboo-based silica supports skin, hair, and nail health, potentially increasing collagen production for anti-aging benefits [ 29
White Kidney Bean Extract: Helps regulate metabolic health and supports weight management [ 32
Ovoderm Collagen: A vegetarian collagen complex clinically proven to increase skin firmness, promoting healthy hair, skin, and nails [ 33
5-HTP: May aid sleep quality and melatonin production, potentially supporting mood, mental well-being, and weight management [ 34
Elo Smart Gummies are formulated based on your data, including your health goals, dietary habits and preferences, sleep patterns, and physical activity.
Elo matches your data with the latest clinical research to create a gummy with nutrients and dosages tailored to you. Our formulary boasts 35 different nutrients, ranging from essential vitamins and minerals to functional ingredients like ashwagandha collagen
collagen. Each gummy consists of a 7-layer stack, with each layer containing a specific nutrient at a precise dosage. (Don't worry; your stack will be adjusted accordingly if you require more of a particular nutrient.) With 389 million formula combinations, Elo Smart Gummies ensure you receive precisely the nutrients you need, all in a single, delicious daily bite.
Elo Smart Gummies have a level of customization that is unparalleled, ensuring that your gummies address your unique nutritional needs and preferences.
Your nutrition needs are unique, and your supplement plan should be, too. Design your personalized gummy vitamin stack today!
Now, let's explore the unique attributes that make Elo Smart Gummies superior to traditional gummy supplements.
Thanks to their unique characteristics, Elo Smart Gummies shine compared to traditional gummy supplements. Here are some of the notable differences that set them apart from the rest:
Personalization: Elo Smart Gummies are AI-personalized with over 389 million formula combinations. This means your gummies are formulated to meet your specific health needs and goals based on the latest clinical research.
Freshly made and 3D-printed: No mass-produced gummies here. Elo Smart Gummies are freshly made and 3D-printed, ensuring the highest quality and freshness.
High-quality, science-backed nutrients: Elo Smart Gummies are underpinned by a proprietary analysis of 5,000 clinical trials to support their formulations, ensuring their effectiveness.
Functional ingredients: Our extensive range of unique functional ingredients provides tailored health benefits beyond your ordinary gummy vitamin.
Dietitian support: Every Smart Gummy membership includes unlimited messaging with a Registered Dietitian in the Elo App for iOS.
Sugar-free: Elo Smart Gummies are sweetened with two naturally derived sugar alcohols, erythritol, and maltitol, offering a sweet and sugar-free alternative to many traditional gummy vitamins made with added sugar.
Numerous flavor options: Choose from an array of delicious flavors, including green apple, peach, black currant, blood orange, pineapple, strawberry, and watermelon.
Compostable packaging: Elo Smart Gummies are environmentally conscious with plastic-free, compostable packaging.
At Elo, we offer flexible subscription plans to cater to your needs. With one- three-, or 12-month plans, you can choose the subscription that suits you best, ensuring you receive a steady supply of personalized gummies with customized nutrition to support your unique health goals. After placing your order, your personalized Smart Gummies will be 3D-printed and arrive at your door within 7-14 days.
Ready to start your personalized nutrition journey with Elo Smart Gummies? Find your custom gummy blend today and experience the future of optimized nutrition firsthand. Don't miss out—start your personalized gummy experience today!
Elo Smart Gummies offer game-changing innovation in a world where optimal nutrition can be a constant challenge. These personalized daily gummy vitamin supplements are 3D-printed to align with your unique health goals, dietary preferences, and biomarkers. Elo Smart Gummies go beyond traditional vitamins and minerals by incorporating health-boosting functional ingredients, simplifying your daily supplementation routine. With an unmatched level of personalization and a diverse range of available nutrients, Elo Smart Gummies can provide precisely what you need in a single, convenient dose.
Elo Smart Gummies are 3D-printed, personalized daily gummy vitamins designed to match your health goals and biomarkers.
Elo Smart Gummies are vegan, sugar free, and allergen-free. They can provide a range of functional ingredients like curcumin and collagen alongside essential vitamins and minerals and come in a variety of delicious flavors.
Discover your ideal gummy formula today!
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