Why it’s time to shake up your vitamin routine

by Noted / 25 March, 2018
In association with GO Healthy
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It's time to take stock of your vitamins

Downsize your vitamin supply and stock up on quality products that will benefit your health in more ways than one.

35% of New Zealand women aged 25-39 take vitamins or supplements every day* for a range of different needs. But when was the last time you took stock of exactly what you had floating around in that vitamin cupboard?

If it has been a while, it might be time to consolidate. With a little consideration of your concerns, you may well discover an even easier way to boost your wellbeing, by adding a quality supplement to your daily routine that assists in multiple ways.

We all know that a nutrient-rich diet and a regular exercise routine are good for your health, and it’s important to supplement these good deeds with additional vitamins and minerals to make sure your body is functioning to the best of its ability.

Boosting energy, supporting immunity and healthy cholesterol levels, supporting antioxidant health and encouraging general wellbeing are all great reasons to reach for the vitamin bottle. The good news is, many of your concerns may be able to be addressed with the same supplement  reducing the number of capsules you need to take daily.

If you’re lacking in energy, need to support healthy cholesterol and are concerned about your antioxidant levels, GO Healthy offers one supplement to help with all three of these issues. GO Healthy Co-Q10 delivers superior antioxidant protection and is considered an essential nutrient for those taking cholesterol-lowering (statin) medication.

New Zealand organic flaxseed oil further enhances the absorption of Co-Q10, while supplying the additional health benefits of essential fatty acids. And with the addition of Vitamin D3 you’re getting support for heart health and your general wellbeing, too. And you know what that means… fewer bottles in the cupboard, fewer capsules to swallow and more space in your life for living well.

Visit www.gohealthy.co.nz for more information.

 

*Bauer Media All Women Talk Health Survey 2018

*GO Healthy is proudly made in New Zealand from select imported ingredients. Always read the label and use as directed. Supplementary to a balanced diet. GO Healthy, Wellington.

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