Super Daily Delicious Multivitamin Gummy Adult Formula (Supports Metabolism, Energy, Hair Skin & Nails, & Total Health!)

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• Daily Essential Nutrition That Tastes Great!
• Premium Adult Gummy Formula Rich In Vitamins, Minerals & Antioxidants!
• With Energy and Metabolism Boosting B-Complex Vitamins Including: Vitamin B12, Biotin, Folic Acid and Pantothenic Acid
• With Added Biotin and Vitamin A for Hair, Skin & Nails!
• Fortified With Zinc for an Additional Immune System Boost!

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Super Daily is an incredible fusion of essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, delivered as a delicious and convenient alternative to traditional pills that for some can be hard to swallow and poor tasting. We created Super Daily to make it easier and more enjoyable than ever before to get the daily nutrition you need for optimal health, energy and protection. No more having to pour a glass of juice or water before swallowing your capsules, caplets or tablets. No more having to find and put some food together to help get your vitamins down or disguise the taste. With Super Daily you can quickly pop a delicious gummy or two and in a matter of seconds you’re done for the day! You can go on your way feeling great in knowing you’ve just taken care of your essential vitamin, mineral and antioxidant supplementing for the day.

 

What’s In Super Daily, How It Can Change Your Life and Why You Should Be Enjoying It Everyday

 

1.  Vitamin A

Vitamin A, an antioxidant and essential vitamin, is also known as a retinol that has been proven to reverse skin damage caused by ultraviolet light rays and shown to protect the skin from further damage from UV exposure.1 Vitamin A is important for normal vision and proper immunity; it also helps the heart, lungs, kidneys and other organs to work properly.2

2. Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 like all vitamins in the B family are water soluble, meaning the body can not store them, making it important to regularly replenish this vital nutrient to avoid B6 deficiency. Vitamin B6 serves as a coenzyme in sugar, carbohydrate and fat metabolism; it also helps metabolize proteins and convert all food into energy. Vitamin B6 is needed for normal brain development and function.3 Symptoms of vitamin B6 deficiency include muscle weakness, anxiety, depression, poor concentration and compromised memory.4 People with low levels of B6 also see a higher rate of rheumatoid arthritis and greater risk of heart disease,5 the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States. Super Daily provides a convenient, tasty and healthy way to get your daily requirement of vitamin B6 to keep up your physical strength and energy, improve your metabolism, take care of your brain and mood and protect your heart.

3. Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12, also called cobalamin, plays key roles in many areas of human health and it is important to keep a regular supply of this nutrient in the body. Both osteoporosis and depression have been linked to low vitamin B12 levels.6  7 Osteoporosis is a condition where bones become weak and brittle; as osteoporosis progresses, a fall or even more mild stresses or accidents can cause bone fractures.8 Risk factors for cancer may be lowered with vitamin B12; vitamin B12 deficiency can damage DNA, a marker for cancer development.9 Anemia, a condition in which the body does not have enough healthy red blood cells, is caused by inadequate levels of vitamin B12.10 Red blood cells provide oxygen to the body’s tissues. Symptoms of anemia include lack of energy, poor digestion, inability to concentrate, nerve damage, depression and poor balance.11 Keep your energy up, protect your bones, fortify your entire body and maintain your mental health by getting the daily vitamin B12 you need in every Super Daily gummy multivitamin!

4. Vitamin C

Vitamin C, also called ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin. This means it leaves the body regularly during water elimination and must be continually replenished through the diet for good health.12 Vitamin C is an important antioxidant. Antioxidants prevent cellular damage caused by free radicals which are made when the body is exposed to tobacco smoke, air pollution, UV rays and other toxins. Everyday activities like exercise and even the metabolism of food cause free radicals to multiply,13 so it is important to keep antioxidant levels high enough to counteract the effects of free radicals.

All parts of the body need vitamin C for growth and repair of tissues, including teeth, tendons, skin and bones.14

Studies on human participants indicate that higher blood levels of vitamin C are associated with lower risk of death from all natural causes including cancer and cardiovascular disease.15 16  Research consistently shows that adequate, regular intake of vitamin C is vital to good health. Super Daily gives you 100% of your daily requirement for vitamin C in every delicious gummy serving!

5. Vitamin D

Vitamin D plays numerous important roles in the body; it is needed for cell growth, immune function and inflammation control.17 18 19 Vitamin D is also essential for strong bones; bone growth and repair depend on adequate levels of vitamin D.20

Vitamin D is a rare vitamin not found in many foods,21 and deficiency is common.22 Vitamin D deficiency symptoms include muscle weakness and bone pain.23 Low levels of vitamin D have been linked to poor brain function in adults, increased risk of death from heart disease and cancer.24 Get your daily vitamin D to safe levels the quick, easy and enjoyable way with Super Daily. Super Daily gives you 100% of your daily requirement for vitamin D in every awesome, tasty serving!

6. Vitamin E

Vitamin E offers distinctive antioxidant benefits.25  Antioxidants protect our cells from the damaging effects of free radicals, which multiply in humans as we come in to contact with elements that are nearly impossible to avoid: pollution, stress, smoke and chemical cleansers to name just a few. Damage caused by free radicals has been linked consistently in studies to many health concerns including the development of heart disease and cancer.26 Those concerned with eye health should be extra careful to maintain healthy levels of vitamin E: The American Optometric Association lists cataracts and age-related macular degeneration as serious problems associated with vitamin E deficiency.27 Vitamin E also plays a vital role in keeping the immune system functioning at peak levels.28 Vitamin E is the most abundant antioxidant in the skin and offers protection from UV rays; it has also been shown to reduce wrinkles and smooth the skin.29 Enjoy just one serving of Super Daily every day and you’ll feel great knowing that you’ve supplemented your diet with all of the healthy vitamin E you need to be better than ever!

7. Biotin: For Hair, Skin and Nails and More

Biotin is a widely used nutrient in “hair, skin & nails” formulas. Harvard Medical School’s listing for biotin states it is a vitamin “needed for healthy bones and hair.”30  Scientific study supports the use of biotin for strengthening nails31and improving their health and appearance. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, biotin’s benefits go beyond just “hair, skin and nails,” listing some of the following symptoms of biotin deficiency: dry eyes, fatigue, insomnia and depression – in addition to hair loss, dry scaly skin and cracking in the corners of the mouth (called cheilitis), 

Biotin is from the family of B vitamins; it is also known as vitamin H. Biotin is water-soluble which means it is regularly leaving the body during water elimination and must be replenished continually through dietary intake. Like all B vitamins, biotin plays a key role in keeping up energy levels, metabolizing food and protecting overall health. We’ve included biotin in Super Daily to satisfy those looking to get their “hair, skin and nails” nutrition in their daily essential supplement!

8. Folic Acid

Folic acid, also called folate, is a water soluble B vitamin (B9). Folic acid is essential for many bodily functions. The human body cannot make folic acid, so it must be obtain through the diet.32 Furthermore, since it is water soluble, it must be replenished regularly to meet the body’s needs. Children and adults both require folic acid to produce healthy red blood cells and prevent anemia.33 Anemia is a blood disorder; symptoms include weakness, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, irritability, headache, heart palpitations and shortness of breath34

As a prenatal supplement

All women that are pregnant or even capable of becoming pregnant should obtain adequate amounts of folic acid to reduce the risk of neural tube defects and other birth defects.35 Neural tube defects are birth defects of the brain and spine that happen in the first month of pregnancy, often before a women even knows that she is pregnant.

Reducing cancer and stroke risks

Several epidemiological studies have provided evidence that folic acid can reduce risk factors for colorectal, lung, pancreatic, esophageal, stomach, cervical, ovarian, breast, and other cancers.36 Folic acid and other B vitamins have been shown to lower homocysteine levels; elevated homocysteine is a risk factor for both heart disease and stroke.

Super Daily provides 100% of the RDA for folic acid for adult men and women, so you’ll feel confident that just one delicious serving is meeting your daily folic acid needs. And if you are pregnant or may become pregnant, Super Daily is an excellent source of the folic acid that is so vital to help insure a baby’s good health.

9. Iodine

Iodine, an essential trace element, is necessary for healthy thyroid function.37 According to the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, thyroid disorders, like hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid function) carry a long list of signs and symptoms:38

• Weight gain
• Fatigue
• Increased sensitivity to cold
• Constipation
• Dry skin
• Puffy face
• Hoarseness
• Muscle weakness
• Elevated blood cholesterol level
• Muscle aches, tenderness and stiffness
• Pain, stiffness or swelling in your joints
• Heavier than normal or irregular menstrual periods
• Thinning hair
• Slowed heart rate
• Depression
• Impaired memory

Iodine: Prenatal & Childhood Importance

Iodine sufficiency during pregnancy is extremely important for proper fetal development. During early pregnancy the fetus depends entirely on maternal iodine intake.39 Iodine deficiency is the most common cause of preventable mental retardation in the world; it decreases child survival, causes goiter, impairs growth and development.40 Iodine deficiency in pregnant women causes miscarriages, low birth weight and other complications.41 The effects of iodine deficiency on neurological development are well documented. Results from several studies suggest that chronic, moderate-to-severe iodine deficiency, particularly in children, reduces IQ by about 12–13.5 points.42

Super Daily provides an ample, safe and healthy dose of daily iodine to help avoid deficiency of this important nutrient for your weight, energy and overall health; it can also be a delicious source for important prenatal nutrition requirements!

10. Pantothenic Acid

Pantothenic acid, also known as pantothenate and vitamin B5, is a water soluble nutrient that needs to be replenished regularly for good health. Symptoms of pantothenic acid deficiency are similar to other vitamin B deficiencies. There is impaired energy production, due to low CoA levels, which can cause symptoms of irritability, fatigue and apathy 43 A human study was conducted in which pantothenic acid deficiency was induced by co-administering a pantothenic acid kinase inhibitor and a pantothenic acid-deficient diet. Participants in this experiment complained of headache, fatigue, insomnia, intestinal disturbances, and numbness and tingling of their hands and feet.44 Research has also provided links to pantothenic acid intake and improved healing of the skin.45 Supplementation with pantothenic acid has also been shown to improve oxygen utilization efficiency and reduce lactic acid accumulation in athletes. 46

Stay energized, avoid fatigue and pain, stabilize your mood, improve your skin and provide your health with all of the important benefits of pantothenic acid; every delicious serving of Super Daily gives you 100% of your daily requirement for this essential nutrient!

11. Zinc

Zinc is an essential trace element for all forms of life; it plays important roles in growth and development, immune response, neurological function and reproduction.47 Symptoms of zinc deficiency include mental lethargy, growth retardation, impaired immune function, hair loss, diarrhea, eye problems, skin lesions and delayed healing of wounds.48

Cold and flu

Super Daily is a great product to use all year long, but we added zinc to the formula, which can be particularly helpful during the winter months or if you find yourself coming down with a cold or the flu. Zinc supplementation is established as an immune system booster,49 and it has been shown in studies to reduce the duration and severity of cold symptoms, especially coughing.50

Prenatal and Postnatal

Zinc supports normal growth and development during pregnancy, childhood and adolescence.51 52 For lactating women zinc is especially important: zinc is vital to milk production during lactation and since the demand on zinc is high during lactation, zinc supplementation can be important to prevent zinc deficiency.53 Other research has associated zinc deficiency with an increased risk for pregnancy complications that include structural birth defects, prematurity, low birth weight and an increased risk for neurobehavioral and immunological abnormalities after birth.54

Taking Super Daily is a delicious way to boost your immune system with zinc, support overall health and provide some relief if you are suffering through a cold or the flu. The zinc in Super Daily can also be an important part of a healthy prenatal nutrition plan!

 

13 Reasons To Make Super Daily Your Choice For Essential Daily Nutrition Today!

1. Gluten free!
2. Vegetarian formula!
3. Contains no artificial colors!
4. Made in the USA!
5. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed or your money back!
6. Manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility that is recognized, inspected by and registered with the FDA.
7. Good manufacturing practices are strictly maintained in the production of each and every bottle.
8. Incredibly delicious cherry, strawberry and orange flavors!
9. So convenient, delicious and refreshing: no more bad tastes, no more having to grab food, juice or water to wash down pills!
10. Added biotin and other specific nutrients for healthier hair, skin and nails!
11. Provides critically important prenatal nutrients!
12. Fortified with zinc for cold and flu and additional immune system strength!
13. Now you can actually look forward to getting your complete daily nutritional requirements!

 

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