Nutreince by Calton Nutrition - Help

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created July 19, 2012 at 1:37 PM

Has anyone tried Calton Nutrience? Its a powder supplement taken twice a day mixed in 16 ounces of water (supposedly we absorb it better) I just started in about 5 days ago and every time i take the AM one i get upset stomach that pretty much lasts ALL Day. It says to take it with Flaxoil or Fishoil (both of which i dont take) Any suggestions? Ive posted a link so you can read about the stuff. link text


on July 24, 2012
at 08:31 PM

It is a big waste of money!

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on July 24, 2012
at 08:27 PM

Kaylee.. sorry to hear that you have a tummy ache from it. Are you allergic to ragweed. Many people don't realize that it is a relative of stevia. Like Kay said we will have a unsweetened, unflavored out this fall. Hold on we are working hard to get it to you.

I have no idea why Rob thinks we are hiding the nutrition facts. they are right on the main page of nutreince with a huge green button that says download supplement facts. If I knew how to make it flash i would . we worked very hard to create it and in no way are we hiding what we have done. Patent is still pending but the patent office called us this week and it look every very promising.


on October 25, 2012
at 01:21 AM

hi Mira,

i actually ended up on this page because i was also not finding the nutrition facts on your website after hearing you on dave asprey's podcast. I finally did, and here is the link: http://www.caltonnutrition.com/media/documents/new%20nutreince%20sup%20facts.pdf

Might i suggest you make it a bit more conspicuous towards the top of all related pages? I would imagine a fair number of your potential customers are well educated and want to see the specific ratios and forms of the nutrients before purchasing. While i'm certain it wasn't your intention, it did seem hidden at first, which is a typical hoodwink used for sub-par products.




on October 05, 2012
at 12:42 PM

The link to see the supplement facts is right on the main page and the new one that is unflavoered unsweetened will be out in November!



on July 19, 2012
at 05:26 PM

It is sweetened with stevia. Do you have any prior experience with stevia? I didn't until a couple weeks ago when I tried a few packets in various different things and ended up with miserable headaches. I'm pretty sure it was the stevia. I've stopped using it and the headaches have stopped.

That is all to say that it could be causing you stomach pain. They've said they will be coming out with an unsweetened/unflavored version soon. So, maybe try it then if you really want to use it?



on July 19, 2012
at 03:16 PM

Anything that makes it that hard to find the ingredients on the product info page is a scam.


on July 19, 2012
at 01:43 PM

Sounds like you should avoid it if it is giving you stomach issues. If you are eating a healthy diet, you probably don't need that much supplementation. Also, taking vitamins with a meal will make them more absorbable. As far as taking fish oil or flax oil, fish oil is much better. It contains EPA and DHA, the Omega-3s that your body needs. Flax contains ALA, which can be converted in the body to EPA and DHA, or other things. The conversion is very inefficient at about 4% for men, and at most 20% for women.

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