People who are unavailable to have a regular balanced diet due to several dietary restrictions like being vegans may need to implement dietary supplements in their diet. Dietary supplements can also be considered for people suffering from various gut problems like Crohn's disease, celiac disease, chronic diarrhoea, or gastric bypass surgery. For instance, people with the above-defined conditions can also consider taking vitamin supplements. (Menon et al 2008).
Adults of all ages who get little exposure to sunlight or those who are indoor bound may need Vitamin D supplements in particular. Similarly, Fish oil supplements are needed if you have a specific concern to reduce inflammation, symptoms of metabolic syndrome, better vision, heart health, and sleep quality. Although, most people do not need to take dietary wellness supplements, in certain situations, taking it may provide health benefits.
SN Multivitamin is a premium supplement, formulated to meet the unmet daily nutrient needs. In addition to providing essential micronutrients (18 minerals and 12 vitamins), it further provides benefits of natural herbs, omega 3 fatty acids, phytonutrients, and antioxidants as well. The added herbs and omega 3 fatty acids exhibit anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, whereas phytonutrients help improve nutrient absorption and other health benefits. Also, it has added probiotic- Lactic acid bacillus, known to impart gut health benefits. Therefore, all the ingredients work together in improving the overall health and well-being of individuals by improving vitality, immunity, brain and heart health.
SN Fish oil provides high-quality omega 3 fatty acids mainly EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) and DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid), both work in combination to provide health advantage like improved cardiovascular health, smarter brain, stronger bones, reduced inflammation. The extraction source is sardine fish, which is a fatty acid fish and has an advantage over other fish sources, which may have a high level of mercury accumulation through biomagnification.
Also, the ratio of EPA: DHA ratio is 3:2, as per studies works best for human body utilisation. It is recommended for any individual who is looking to improve their overall health, good fat content in the diet. It can be adults, athletes, office goers, weight watchers, elderly. Best time to consume it along with meals for better absorption of the contents.
The increasing prevalence of Vitamin D3 deficiency in India has to lead to many ill-health consequences, especially weak bones. Since the food sources of Vitamin D are limited and vegetarian sources have it only in traces, people are unable to meet the daily value. As per studies, intake of 2000 IU is sufficient to maintain adequate levels and prevent deficiencies. Vitamin D2 and D3 are the two forms in which it is available in the form of supplements. Although, D3 (Cholecalciferol) being the more absorbable form and the same form is synthesized by the skin from the Sun. As part of Women’s Health Initiative (WHI), healthy postmenopausal women were supplemented with Vitamin D (400 IU) and calcium (1000mg), in order to prevent osteoporosis and hip fractures. It was concluded that a significant increase in bone mineral density. (Jackson RD. et al, 2006). SN Vitamin D3 provides various health benefits like better ca absorption, improving cognition, strengthens bones, muscle strength, immunity, supports cardiovascular health and vitality of organs.
However, supplements can’t take the place of the diversity of nutrients in foods that are important to a healthy diet. Dietary supplements are intended to supplement the diet. As we believe in keeping your health as our priority, this “SN wellness combo pack” which consists of Steadfast Nutrition multivitamins, Fish oil, and Vitamin D3 is a super saver pack, offering you oodles of health benefits for your wellbeing.
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