TEN REASONS TO ENHANCE YOUR HEALTH WITH 3 SECOND HEALTH®
1. 3 Second Health® will boost your daily nutritional levels by providing the nutrients needed to process food more efficiently and support your energy level.*
2. 3 Second Health® multi-vitamins taste great, are easy to swallow, are rapidly absorbed, and contain no artificial flavors,
colors, sweeteners, or preservatives.
3. 3 Second Health® is rich in essential vitamins, including Vitamin D, which helps Calcium absorption and the formation of healthy bones and teeth. *
4. 3 Second Health® has a high dose of Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that is especially important in healing wounds and preventing lung-borne diseases. *
5. 3 Second Health® has significant levels of Folate, a vitamin attributed to the prevention of developmental birth defects. This makes it an excellent pre-natal multi-vitamin. *
6. 3 Second Health® has 100% RDI of Biotin…Biotin is integral for the production of energy and helps metabolize carbohydrates, fats, and proteins; it also supports hair, skin, and nail development *
7. 3 Second Health® has Lutein. Low Lutein levels have been attributed to age-related macular degeneration and cataracts. *
8. 3 Second Health® also contains Quercetin, a powerful antioxidant that maintains healthy histamine release. *
9. 3 Second Health® contains a high dose of Vitamin B-12, which is essential for optimal red blood cell production. *
10. 3 Second Health® has just 3 grams of certified organic natural sugars, making it ideal for everyone including diabetics and vegetarians.
*Vitamin D A. Deane et al. The impact of Vitamin D on Changes in Bone Mineral Density. BMC Musculo skeletal discord. 2.07 January 10: 8:3. Vitamin C A.C. Carr B. Frei American Journal Clinical Nutrition. 1999:69 (6):1086-1107 Pubmed. Folate Centers for Disease Control www.cdc.gov (see folic acid) Biotin .M. Mock et al. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease. 10th edition. Baltimore: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins 2006: 482-497 www.supplementinfo.org (see Biotin) Lutein Richers S. Stiles W. et al. April 2004 (Lutein antioxidant supplementation trial, optometry 75 (4); 216-230 PMID 15117055 Quercetin Med Sci Sports Exercise 2007 September; 39(9) 1561-9. Neiman, et al. Applachian State University Study Boone, North Carolina. Vitamin B-12 Oral cyanobalamin supplementation in older people with Vitamin B-12 deficiency: a dose finding trial. Archives. Int. Med. 2005, May 23;165(10):7167-72.