Natural Vitamin D | Ancient Nutrition Ancient Nutrients Vitamin D
Vitamin D is a powerful nutrient for the whole body. It's many benefits include increasing cardiovascular health, healthy blood levels of Vitamin D, bone health, and immune system support. Vitamin D powers the whole body to improve overall health. This formula includes all natural ingredients and a TCM blend. This blend is a mix of traditional Chinese herbs that have been around for more than 2,000 years. With the numerous benefits of Vitamin D, there is no reason to skip over this bottle. Pick one up today! Introducing Ancient Nutrients Vitamin D!!!!
Ancient Nutrition Ancient Nutrients Vitamin D Benefits
- Vitamin D & K
- Superfood Ingredients
- Potent Combination Of Immune Supporting Ingredients
- Real-Food Ingredients
- Probiotic-Fermented Vitamin D
- Soy-Free, Fermented Vitamin K
- TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) Blend
- Powerful Combination Of Adaptogenic Herbs
How Do I Take Ancient Nutrition Ancient Nutrients Vitamin D?
Ancient Nutrition recommends Adults take 1 capsule per day with 8 ounces of your favorite beverage. Can be taken with or without food.
Ancient Nutrition Ancient Nutrients Vitamin D Side Effects & Warnings
Do not consume if you are allergic, or think you may be allergic to any of the ingredients. As with any dietary supplement, consult your Healthcare Practitioner before using this product, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, or are otherwise under medical supervision. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not use if products has been opened or tampered with in anyway. Keep out of reach of children.
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