Exclusively at Evine, achieve optimal health with OptiLife® by Dr. Joe - vitamins and supplements designed to support and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Formulated by Dr. Joe Feuerstein, a respected physician, each product contains the highest quality, clinically studied ingredients which were carefully selected for their efficacy.
WHO IT IS FOR:
Individuals looking to reset the body to get it ready for a balanced, clean, diet program.
HOW TO USE:
Mix 4 oz of Renew with 8-16 oz of water. Drink this mixture four times a day, between meals for two days. Do not exceed two total days a month.
Made in the USA.
DISCLAIMER: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing or take a prescription medication, please consult your physician before taking this or any nutritional supplements.
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About the Collection
Achieve optimal health with OptiLife® by Dr. Joe - vitamins and supplements created to support and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Formulated by Dr. Joe Feuerstein, a respected physician, each product contains the highest quality ingredients, which were carefully selected and clinically studied for their efficacy. Made to complement an active lifestyle, OptiLife offers a variety of vitamins and supplements that target specific areas as well as the whole body, helping to achieve a better sense of wellbeing.
About the Guest:
Dr. Joe Feuerstein, MD and Co-Creator of OptiLife, was born in England and studied Medicine at the University of London. Upon completion of a rotating internship in general and trauma surgery, he went on to serve as a combat physician in two elite units of the Israeli Navy. He continues to serve as captain of the Navy reserves.
Dr. Joe is a licensed physician and currently holds the position of Director of Integrative Medicine at a major metropolitan hospital. In addition, he's also an Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine at an Ivy League university. Aside from his western medical training, he also employs eastern principals to his approach.