Every one of our science-backed ingredients explained
Not just for immunity, Vit C plays a roles in energy, too.
Being an antioxidant it protect the eye and maintain good vision
The most researched benefit of lutein is related to eye health
Don't be in the dark about Vitamin A... it support your vision
Mainly found in plant-sourced foods like dark, leafy green vegetables.
Any Vitamin E your body does not need immediately is stored for future use – bonus!
Vitamin D is even more important if you've been indoors more than usual.
B6 helps your brain function.
Another name for B12 is methylcobalamin. We can't pronounce it, either.
It contributes to the production of DNA and other genetic material, as well as playing a role in processes like cell division.
Helps the body make fatty acids (the good kind!)
Niacin or B3 keeps our nervous system and skin healthy.
If you don't consume animal products, reach for beans and nuts.
Supports your immune system and prevents damage to cells.
Helps your brain perform cognitive functions – like reading this sentence.
Something to smile about... Phosphorus helps build strong teeth and bones.
Not just in milk! Some surprising foods like Rhubarb are rich in this mineral.