Vital Reds vs Primal Plants

Similarities, Differences, and How to Choose

As a Wellness Ambassador for Gundry MD, one of the most common questions I get is what the difference is between Vital Reds and Primal Plants, and which is best for an individual’s needs.

Today I’m going in depth on this topic so that you can easily decide which is best for you and your unique needs. Let’s dive in! 

Vital Reds vs Primal PlantsVital Reds and Primal Plants are both potent health tonics

Similarities

It’s understandable that there’s a bit of confusion here – these two supplements do have some things in common. Vital Reds and Primal Plants are both powerful health tonics that can benefit anyone, regardless of their health condition. They help if you want to maintain higher energy levels, improve your digestion, and have healthier looking skin.

They also have some similar ingredients. Specifically, the formulas have the same Metabolic Blend and Probiotic Blends. The Digestive Support Blends are sightly different: Primal Plants has an additional 100 mg of fructo-oligosaccharides, a potent prebiotic, and adds bromelain, a digestive enzyme derived from pineapple.  

Differences

Vital Reds and Primal Plants vary quite a bit when it comes to their superfood ingredients. Specifically, Primal Plants contains a variety of green superfoods, including spinach, broccoli, kale, fennel, pine bark, Berberine HCI and more. On the other hand, vital reds has 34 polyphenol rich super fruits, including every berry under the sun.

There are hundreds of different polyphenols that occur naturally in healthy foods, and while they’re all good for you, each has differing health benefits. Interestingly, the polyphenol contents of different plants can be predicted by their color. So, green plants tend to have very different polyphenols than red fruits. That’s why many nutritionists recommend “eating the rainbow”.

Should I take both??

Yes, I recommend taking both. For the maximum nutritional benefit, many some people take both at the same time. You’ll get a broader spectrum of polyphenols and other antioxidants. The Metabolic Enhancing and Digestive Support blends don’t have high enough concentrations of any specific ingredient that you need to worry about taking too much.

If you’re on budget, just cut the doses in half (1/2 scoop of each) so that your supply lasts longer. It will ultimately cost you the same amount.

How to choose between Vital Reds and Primal Plants 

If you can only afford to get either Vital Reds or Primal Plants, consider filling the gap in your diet. Do you already eat a ton of berries? Primal Plants may be the best choice–especially if you’re not great at getting all your green veggies. On the other hand, if you fill yourself and garden salads and kale every day, you’ll want to start with Vital Reds.

How much do they cost?

Dr. Gundry’s premium supplements never come cheap. Vital Reds retails for $70 and Primal Plants for $100. The good news is that they’re available on the Wellness Ambassadors for significantly less. You can pick up Primal Plants for $60 and Vital Reds for $50. Save even more when you buy in bulk.

When you think about everything that’s in them, the price is fully justified. They have four different components: Superfoods, Metabolic Blend, Digestive Support and Probiotics, each of of which would commonly sell as a single supplement at most health food stores so you are pretty much getting foreign one.

***Community Bulletin, Dec 1, 2020***

Everyone wants to be as healthy as possible right now and people are stocking up on goods, and some Gundry MD products are periodically selling out. If there’s something you’re interested in, get it fast while supplies last. You might even want to stock up. You’ll get price cuts if you buy in bulk.

Further Reading 

Still can’t decide? Read my in-depth Vital Reds review or Primal Plants review to learn more about each of these Gundry MD best sellers, including detailed nutritional profiles, health benefits, customer reviews and FAQs.  

 

 

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Vital Reds supplement facts
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Primal Plants supplement and dietary information
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