Multivitamin Gummies for Men | Powered With Multiviatmins, Zinc & Folic Acid - (30N)
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Getting a recommended dose of vitamins from the diet is not always as easy as it may seem and it can be even tougher if you are too busy or just don't like to eat right. However, there is a great alternative to getting your daily dose of vitamins- chewable multivitamin gummies.
- Folic Acid
Multivitamins: Many different diseases have been linked to poor nutrition, or a lack thereof. Multivitamin has vitamin A, C and E that promotes overall wellness & improves energy levels.Vitamin A provides protection against illness & infections by improving immunity. Vitamin C helps maintain healthy bones & cartilage. Vitamin E enhances skin & hair texture.
- Zinc: Zinc is vital for bone health in adults as it promotes bone regeneration. This mineral is also a component of superoxide dismutase - an enzyme that prevents cell damage.
- Folic Acid: Excess homocysteine in your body may damage the lining of your arteries. Taking supplements fortified with folic acid is an excellent way to regulate homocysteine levels in your body.
- Biotin: Biotin promotes metabolism, supports healthy blood sugar levels, and maintains normal skin & hair. It is also necessary for the normal function of the nervous system and in the biosynthesis of fatty acids.
How to Use:
Take 1 gummy daily with any one meal or as directed by your healthcare professional. Do not exceed the recommended daily usage.
Side Effects & Precautions:
This product is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease. If you are taking any prescribed medication or have strong allergies, please consult your healthcare professional prior to using this product.
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