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Jordan Rubin launches organic, non-GMO dietary supplement brand

Jordan Rubin, founder of dietary supplement company Garden of Life, has launched a new line of real food supplements with Get Real Nutrition.

Jordan Rubin, founder of dietary supplement company Garden of Life, has launched a new line of real food supplements with Get Real Nutrition.

"Consumers want a brand they know and can trust. That's why we've created our 10 Promises. We promise: real food, USDA Certified Organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, vegan, sprouted, fermented, allergen-eight-free, hand-cultivated and eco-regenerative packaging," Rubin said.

The whole foods, juices, herbs and spices in Get Real Nutrition formulas are hand-cultivated and powered by fermentation technologies designed to "unleash the power of nature," according to the company. These small-batch processes feature powerful, living cultures to pre-digest and pre-metabolize real food nutrients. "When we consume organic fermented botanicals rich in secondary and fermentation metabolites we are inheriting the very wisdom of nature and in turn receiving a powerful boost to our health," Rubin said.

Get Real Nutrition is committed to rebuilding our nation's organic topsoil, as evidenced by its commitment to compostable packaging and materials, as well as its Heal The Planet Farm initiative, a permaculture design project expected to train the next generation of organic farmers, restore the soil and feed the surrounding community. Heal The Planet Farm is located in the Ozark Mountains, Missouri, at the 4,000-acre Beyond Organic Ranch.

Get Real Nutrition has four foundational categories: probiotics, omegas, fermented super juices and multi metabolites, available in convenient capsules or smoothie-boosting powders. Each category offers options to support immune-system health, cleansing, fitness and brain health.

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