Not getting enough B vitamins may cause fatigue—the last thing a busy adult wants—and may lead to a myriad of problems, from a decrease in the quality of output to becoming prone to illnesses.
In a bid to help fill dietary gaps to help block fatigue, direct selling company Amway recently launched its new Nutrilite B Vitamins formula.
Perfect for busy adults, Nutrilite B Vitamins provides daily energy support with only one tablet. It is now packed with biotin for complete essential vitamins and a new hero ingredient, spirulina, a nutrient-rich, blue-green micro algae, found both in sea water and fresh water. It is rich in beta carotene, vitamin B12, and other B complex vitamins.
“We go to great lengths to use Spirulina in our Vitamin B supplement. Our ongoing partnership through our Nutricert certification program is just one more example of bringing forward the best of nature and the best of science to create our premium B Vitamins supplement,” said Amway Philippines country manager Maria Elenita Olmedo.
Under the Nutricert certification program, spirulina is cultured and harvested at a partner facility located in the Sonoran Desert near the Salton Sea in Southern California.
“Because spirulina is one of nature’s most impressive nutrient sources, we think it’s worth the effort,” said Olmedo. “Our farming partners are masters of aquatic agriculture as they look at environmental diversity, ecological balance, freedom from contamination, source traceability, and the surrounding social environment.”
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