Nature’s Life Review

Editor's Review: 2.5 / 5.0

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Nature’s Life makes nutritional supplement products. Nature’s life prides itself on full disclosure of all the ingredients in each product they produce as well as making sure there is scientific human-based evidence for the product’s integrity and effectiveness.

Product Features

Since there are many different products in the Nature’s Life line of products, we will be profiling the Nature’s Life Healthy Whey Protein product. This Whey protein contains no sugar, no artificial sweeteners, no salt and no starch. It’s also certified rGBH free.


Micro-filtered whey protein concentrate composed of di, tri, oligo and polypeptides (providing approximately 58% B-lactoglobulin, 22% A-lactalbumin, 10% immunoglobulin, 10% minor proteins and lactoferrin) and natural vanilla flavor. There is also Alanine, Arginine, Aspartic Acid, Cysteine, glutamic Acid, Glycine, Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Proline, Serine, Theronine, Tryptophan, tyrosine, and Valine.

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  • All ingredients are listed on the product you are viewing.
  • The website has a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
  • Nature’s Life seems entirely dedicated to scientific research, proof, and full disclosure to the consumer.
  • Disadvantages

  • You cannot order directly online.
  • Even though the company does stress full disclosure, which is an advantage, they don’t really give a lot of background information on the company itself.
  • Finding a store near you can be an inconvenience.
  • Conclusion

    We always find it a plus that all ingredients are listed on each product. This is especially important for anyone suffering from allergies to certain foods or for anyone sensitive to certain ingredients. We like that Nature’s Life seems to be dedicated to scientific research and proof that certain ingredients and/or products are effective for human use and consumption and that they claim to not carry anything that doesn’t meet their rigorous standards.The website does begin to feel a little lacking in asthetics, making navigation a little frustrating if you’re not sure which product is best for you. It’s probably a good idea to make it more user friendly according to symptoms one might be having.It’s been of some concern among the public and professional arenas that the rBGH(bovine growth hormone) is not good for humans to ingest, and therefore, this company has taken it upon themselves, as so many others have, to not allow any products into their line that might contain rBGH. With all the artificial and chemical additives already in the American diet, this is a sigh of relief. Although not forced by FDA regulations to do so, the rBGH is already not allowed to be in this company’s products.Even though you cannot purchase any of Nature’s Life online, you can enter your zip code and find a store near you. The good news is that it’s sold at many chain grocery stores across America and should be easy enough to find.

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