As kids, our kindergarten teacher told us we’re all as unique as snowflakes. And as adults, we found out that science pretty much backs that up (of course it does... Ms. Hartman was a saint who couldn’t tell a lie).
So, you gotta wonder: if our bodies are totally different, why are we all gulping down the same multivitamins?
Take a minute to let that sink in…
Okay, once you realize that approach makes no sense at all, you need to check out Baze — makers of personalized vitamin packs based on a simple, at-home blood test.
Grabbing a multivitamin off the shelf is like answering your phone without screening the call — what is this, 1999? Stop living in the dark ages, and sign up for Baze.
Instead of relying on a one-size-fits-all solution, Baze takes a science-backed approach to supplementation. Unlike a lot of so-called “personalized” vita-packs that rely on broad questionnaires and basic demographic info, Baze uses physiological testing.
Now, if you’re thinking, “Wow, sounds cool!” but aren’t quite sure what it means… allow us to explain.
Here’s how it works: When you sign up for Baze, you’ll get an easy-to-use, at-home blood test in the mail. After a painless, simple blood collection from your upper arm, just package up your test and drop it off at a nearby FedEx location. Your sample then gets sent to their certified lab and, two to three weeks later, you’ll get an email from their team of registered dietitians explaining your results along with your very own, perfectly personalized supplement routine.
From its blood test and lab report to home delivery and follow-up testing to check your progress, Baze takes the guesswork out of optimizing your nutrition. Sign up now to experience the Baze difference.
Did we mention Baze has partnered with Eat Local? You can swing by our favorite local market—at any of their five locations in Seattle—to pick up a Baze Starter Kit. While you’re there, chat with a registered dietitian face to face, and check out one of their essential nutrient samplers, designed with your Baze plan in mind.
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