Medivin® multivitamins are not your typical drugstore-variety vitamin packs. This is because Medivin® uses a liquid delivery system, allowing the body to access all the nutrients packed into each capsule quickly and efficiently.
Medivin® also contains omega-3 fatty acids. Like branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), omega-3 fatty acids are “essential,” meaning they must be obtained from outside sources, i.e. food or supplements. Studies have suggested that regular omega-3 consumption can ease depression.
In another study, conducted by the Department of Medical Statistics and Epidemiology in China, it was postulated that people who consume the most omega-3s have up to a 55 percent lower risk of colon cancer, while a study in Denmark suggested that omega-3s can reduce the severity of menstrual cramps.
Another extremely important component of Medivin® is vitamin D, which is obtained primarily from sunlight. Yet, despite this free and widely accessible source, vitamin D deficiency is quite common. A 2011 study revealed that a whopping 41.6 percent of US adults don’t get enough of this crucial vitamin.
According to Healthline.com, there are many potential health benefits that vitamin D provides:
- Reduced risk of osteoporosis, falls, and fractures.
- Better strength.
- Cancer prevention. One study noted that 1,100 IU of vitamin D per day — along with calcium — reduced cancer risk by 60 percent.
- Depression management.
- Improved mortality. Some studies suggest that vitamin D reduces people’s risk of dying.
Medivin® comes in handy daily packs that make getting the vitamins and minerals you need a snap.
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