Total Balance is a multi-vitamin supplement that is created from the company Xtend Life. If someone is evaluating supplements there are a few key things to look for.
The first thing is probably the company itself since if the company is dishonest or too greedy that it doesn’t really matter how good the product really is. Another thing to think about is that a company can change a product to make improvements, however it’s fairly rare that a product can change a company.
The first thing to look at when it comes to Xtend Life Total Balance is that the company has been around for longer than 10 years. What makes this fact so important is because over 95% of all businesses fail within the beginning 10 years. Say you do a lot of research and find a company that you really like but the company has been around for a year. Well, there is around a 90% chance that you’re going to have to shop for a new company in the near future.
You also probably have better things to do with your time than shopping for supplements. Another important thing to look for is a good money back guarantee.
The fact that someone can get their money back really is not that important. The reason why is because not a lot of people really want to go through the hassle of getting their money back from a product that they purchased. What really makes a money back guarantee important is the fact that the company is showing confidence in their product. Ok, in today’s age many companies have money back guarantees what makes Xtend-Life different is that theirs is 6 months.
To me, they must really feel confident in their product to extend the money back guarantee out that long and not do a 30 day one that is more common. Also in 30 days it is hard to get an item and ship it back in that time frame so it does reduce the risk even more.
The next thing to think about is quality. Total Balance is a fairly good supplement because it has a certificate of analyst. What makes this point so crucial is due to the fact that the supplement industry is deregulated in many countries.
Deregulation is when government agencies don’t ensure a product meets quality standards and safety, so the consumer has to do the regulating. In fact the thruth is that supplement companies can legally create a product and sale it before testing to ensure it’s safe and effective.
A certificate of analyst ensures the ingredients that you think you’re getting actually come in the supplement. Without this certificate a company can put whatever it wants on the label and how do you know that you’re actually going to receive it?
Total Balance also has some bad points as well. One of them is that the company is located in the country of New Zealand so it is going to take some time for their product to get to someone.
There is also some debate on whether or not there is enough vitamin D in their brand. In conclusion Total Balance is somewhat popular in the Internet world and like most things deserves some caution before jumping in to purchase it.
I recommend taking a look at a FREE eBook I created called “How to Choose a Good Supplement.” I go over more things someone should really look for when choosing a brand and you can view this eBook by clicking on herbal supplement eBook.