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FUSION MULTIVITAMIN ADVANCED 60T

$44.95

While we all know how vital it is to consume a healthy, balanced diet, the day-to-day reality is that doing so is often hard to manage – especially if you’re dieting, busy, eating on the run, or are one of the millions of Australians who doesn’t eat certain food groups (such as dairy foods or animal products) for ethical or health reasons.

Research from the Australian Bureau of Statistics indicates that more than 90% of us don’t manage to consume as many vegetables as we should every day, and that only around half of us eat the recommended two daily servings of fruit1.

Dietary habits like these may mean you’re missing out on key nutrients, and consequently might benefit from taking a multi vitamin supplement.Packed with 36 important nutrients, Fusion Multi Vitamin & Mineral Advanced has been professionally formulated to provide key nutrients that may be inadequate in your diet, help maintain your energy levels and promote healthy ageing.

This comprehensive formula provides:



B-group vitamins, magnesium and chromium to enhance metabolism and help maintain energy levels.

Cardiovascular support with Vitamin E, Lycopene and Folic Acid.

Lutein, Taurine and other antioxidants to help preserve eye health.

Nutrients to assist normal brain function, including Iodine, Glutamine and Vitamin B12.

Choline, Inositol and Nicotinamide to support healthy liver function.

Immune system support with Zinc, Selenium and Vitamins A and C.

Bone-building nutrients such as Calcium, Vitamin D and Boron.

Biotin, Silicon and other nutrients to support healthy hair, skin and nails, plus Vitamin C, Bioflavonoids and Lysine to help maintain healthy collagen.



 

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare practitioner.

Reference:

Australian Bureau of Statistics. 4364.0.55.007 – Australian Health Survey: Nutrition First Results – Foods and Nutrients, 2011-12. Published 9 May 2014.