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A vitamin is only as good as its ingredients.

And the ones we use are as good as they come. Not only do we use the most essential vitamins and minerals, we also make sure they’re used in the right amounts. Nutrition is a matter of balance.

Vitamin A
Important in helping to form and maintain healthy skin, eyes, teeth, gums, hair, mucous membranes and glands. Essential for normal growth in children and resisting infectious diseases.

Vitamin B1
Aids in energy utilization from food by promoting proper carbohydrate metabolism. Necessary for proper functioning of the nervous system and muscles.

Vitamin B2
Assists energy utilization from food, and helps the formation of red blood cells and functioning of the nervous system.

Vitamin B3
Used in the process of releasing energy from carbohydrates; needed to form fat from carbohydrates.

B5 Pantothenic Acid
Important for breaking foods down into substances the body can use as well as the creation of hormones.

Vitamin B6
Critical in protein and carbohydrate absorption and metabolism. Necessary for proper functioning of the nervous and immune systems.

Vitamin B12
Helps form red blood cells and builds vital genetic material for the cell nucleus. Important for the function of all body cells, especially nerve, red blood and brain cells.

Vitamin C
Essential for healthy teeth, gums and bones. Important in the formation of the protein collagen, which helps support body structures, such as skin, bones and tendons.

Vitamin D
Necessary for strong bones and normal growth in children. Helps maintain proper phosphorus and calcium blood levels.

Vitamin E
Necessary for the formation of normal red blood cells, muscle and tissue and for the immune function.

Folic Acid
Essential for DNA synthesis and normal replication and growth of cells.

Helps process foods into glucose energy. Also critical for fat production and synthesis of fatty acids.

Calcium Tricalcium Phosphate
Helps build and maintain strong teeth and bones; helps reduce risk of osteoporosis and aids in blood clotting.

Phosphorus Tricalcium Phosphate
Helps maintain teeth and bones. Essential in muscle and nerve functions and in the release of energy.

Iodine (Potassium iodide)
Necessary for the production of hormones.

Magnesium (Magnesium citrate)
Maintains proper levels of calcium and potassium. Critical for many vital enzyme reactions.

Zinc (Zinc citrate)
Part of several vital hormones including insulin.

Selenium (sodium selenium)
Complements vitamin E to help fight cell damage from oxidation. Essential for proper immune system response.

Choline (choline bitartrate)
Protects against damage to cells by oxidation.

Required for proper formation of cell membranes. Affects nerve transmission and helps transport fats within the body.

Black Carrot Juice Concentrate (Anthocyanine Carrot)
The raw material of turnup juice and salgam juice.

Organic Cane Sugar
A sweetener that is both great tasting and healthy since it is produced without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizer, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms or ionizing-radiation.

Oat Fiber
A proper diet needs fiber to help regulate blood glucose levels, aid in lowering cholesterol, and eliminate toxins. Oat fiber helps do this and actually contains more soluble fiber than oats or even oat bran.

Organic Tomato

Organic Carrot

Organic Cabbage

Organic Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea)
Cauliflower is an ideal food: low in fat, high in fiber and other ingredients including Vitamin C

Because of its deliciously sweet taste, the papaya was actually called the “fruit of the angels” by Christopher Columbus. Not only is it delicious, papaya also contains papain—an enzyme that helps digest protein.

Organic Kale

Purple Berry Concentrate

A flowering plant in the ginger family, Turmeric is not only commonly used as a spice, it is also used to give a pleasant yellow color to certain foods and sauces.

When the ancient Greek Hippocrates said, “Let your food be your medicine and let your medicine be your food.”

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Pectin: Any of a group of water-soluble colloidal carbohydrates of high molecular weight found in ripe fruits.

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Primo Multivitamins provide a full day's serving of vitamins and minerals

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