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Bulking Agent: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Vitamin C Prep (Ascorbic Acid, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose), Iron as Ferrous Fumarate, Vitamin E Prep (Dl Alpha Tocopherol Acetate, Silicon Dioxide), Niacin as Nicotinamide, Silicon Dioxide, Vitamin A Prep (Maltodextrin, Dextrin, Modified Starch, Retinol Acetate, Dl Alpha Tocopherol), Pantothenic Acid as D-Calcium Pantothenate, Magnesium Stearate, Vitamin D3 Prep (Maltodextrin, Modified Starch, Vegetable Oil, Sugar, Vitamin E, Cholecalciferol), Vitamin B6 as Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin, Thiamin as Hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin B12 as Cyanocobalamin.
Adults, take 1 tablet per day with water and food. Do not exceed recommended daily dose.
Although rigorous precautions are taken to prevent any cross-contamination, this product is manufactured in a facility that handles allergy-based materials. Suitable for vegetarians.
You should always consult your health practitioner before taking nutritional supplements, especially if you take medication or are under medical supervision. This product is not recommended for use by pregnant or breastfeeding people. You should not take supplements as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet or healthy lifestyle. Store in a cool, dry & dark place, under 25 degrees, out of reach of children.
Yes, all our supplements are vegetarian friendly.
Your supplements will take 3-5 business days to arrive once dispatched.
Vitamins and minerals are essential nutrients that your body needs in small amounts to work properly. Most people can get all the vitamins and minerals they need by eating a healthy, balanced diet.
Many people take supplements to meet their body’s vitamin and mineral levels.
Many supplements contain active ingredients that can have strong effects on the body. You are most likely to have side effects from dietary supplements if you take them at high doses or instead of prescribed medicines or if you take many different supplements. Supplements can also interact with some medications in ways that might cause problems. If you are worried about taking supplements, consult your GP beforehand.
Dietary supplements include vitamins, minerals, herbs, botanicals, enzymes, amino acids, or other dietary ingredients. You take these products by mouth in pill, capsule, tablet, or liquid form to supplement your diet.
Although eating a healthy, balanced diet is the best method to ensure that the body receives all of the nutrients it requires, not everyone can adhere to dietary guidelines.
Young children and adolescents, pregnant and breastfeeding women, housebound or institutionalised elderly people, smokers, heavy drinkers, and anyone on a restrictive diet, such as vegans, vegetarians, and people trying to lose weight, may find it difficult to achieve recommended nutrient intakes solely through diet.
Poor storage, preparation, and cooking practices can also cause nutrients to be lost from food. Furthermore, persons with hectic schedules are more likely to skip meals and grab isolated snacks rather than putting together adequately balanced meals that give the necessary mix of nutrients.
It’s highly dangerous if you don’t obtain enough vitamins and nutrients in your body. Low intakes of specific nutrients are now linked to an increased risk of chronic diseases such as several cancers, heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and depression.
Inadequate vitamin consumption during pregnancy can have long-term health consequences for the child.
Combining supplements usually does not affect how they operate and, in some situations, may even be advantageous. Certain supplements, on the other hand, may interfere with one another. Different minerals compete for absorption in the gut, and a large dose of one mineral may reduce the absorption of another. Multivitamins are frequently the best choice for all-around supplementation because they are designed to deliver nutrients in the proper proportions.
People should consult a health care professional before combining supplements.