IMMUNITY & OVERALL HEALTH SUPPORT PACKS
What does our vitamin packs contain?
Your 30-day pack contains 3 vegetarian capsules (no tablets) that are packed in a single easy to carry and convenient packs.
VITAMIN C (30 Capsules) – Supports a healthy immune system
DOSAGE: Vitamin C – 40 mg (100%) & Iron – 17 mg (100%)
VITAMIN D (30 Capsules) – Bone health and Crucial for modulation of inflammatory response
DOSAGE: Vitamin D3 – 400 I.U. (100%), Calcium – 100 mg (16.6%), Magnesium – 56 mg (16.5%) & Vitamin K2 – 55 mcg (100%)
ANTIOXIDANTS (30 Capsules) – Supports DNA synthesis, immunity, and fights free radicals
DOSAGE– Vitamin A – 600 mcg (100%), Vitamin E – 10 mg (100%), Zinc – 12 mg (100%), Vitamin B2 – 1.4 mg (100%), Selenium – 40 mcg (100%) & Vitamin C – 20 mg (50%)
1 MONTHS PACKS TO TEST AND FEEL EARLY RESULTS WITH OUR PACKS ₹499/-
2 MONTHS PACKS @ 20% OFF, RECOMMENDED FOR STARTERS ₹799/-
3 MONTHS PACKS @ ₹1050/- 3 PACKS AT BULK DISCOUNT, FOR YOUR BEST RESULTS !!
Why we need Vitamin C, D & Antioxidants?
A population-based cross sectional survey in two areas of north and south India were investigated for the prevalence of vitamin C deficiency in people aged more than 60. The age, sex and season standardized prevalence of vitamin C deficiency was 73.9% in 2668 people in north India and 45.7% in 2970 from south India (1). This indicated the poor nutrition and lower dietary intakes of vitamin C in communities of Indian population.
Additionally, a cross-sectional study on adults from Western India was done to examine interrelationships between (a) dietary habits, (b) socioeconomic and (c) environmental factors, and their impact on plasma ascorbic acid (2-3). Subnormal status of vitamin C was observed and the study emphasizes the need to increase consumption of fruit, green leafy vegetables and milk products, and also better education and environment.
- Ravindran, R.D., Vashist, P., Gupta, S.K., Young, I.S., Maraini, G., Camparini, M., Jayanthi, R., John, N., Fitzpatrick, K.E., Chakravarthy, U., Ravilla, T.D., Fletcher, A.E., 2011. Prevalence and risk factors for vitamin C deficiency in north and south India: a two centre population based study in people aged 60 years and over. PLoS ONE 6, e28588. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0028588
- Chiplonkar, S.A., Agte, V.V., Mengale, S.S., Tarwadi, K.V., 2002. Are lifestyle factors good predictors of retinol and vitamin C deficiency in apparently healthy adults? Eur J Clin Nutr 56, 96–104. https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.ejcn.1601291
- Chatterjee, I.B., 2009. The history of vitamin C research in India. J. Biosci. 34, 185–194. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12038-009-0021-7
- Vitamin C Deficiency | National Health Portal of India. Available from: http://www.nutrition-atlas.nin.res.in/nutritionatlas/vitc.php