Antioxidants- Neutralize effects of free radicals which can cause cell damage.
Vitamins c and e and vitamin a as beta carotene are some antioxidan antioxidants.
Vitamin A- Helps your skin, bones and teeth.
Vitamin b Complex- converts calories from protein fat and carbohydrates into energy. There are specific benefits to each of the different vitamins in the b complex.
Vitamin B3- (Niacin) helps the digestive system function and promotes a normal appetite and healthy skin and nerves. It improves circulation and reduces cholesterol levels.
Vitamin B5- (Pantothenic acid) is called the anti stress vitamin and is necessary for making hormones and healthy red blood cells as well as for the formation of antibodies. B5 supports and maintains a healthy digestive system.
Vitamin B6- Regulates blood glucose levels and aids the utilization of protein, carbohydrates and fats. It also aids function of the nervous system.
Vitamin B12-Essential for normal growth, healthy nerve tissue and blood formation.
Beta-carotene- Beta Carotene is an important source of vitamin a.
Biotin- Important for cell growth and metabolism of fat, sugar and some amino acids. It helps release energy from carbohydrates.
Vitamin C- Supports your immune system, serves as an antioxidant and plays a role in collagen formation, neurotransmission and tissue repair.
Choline- Choline supports healthy brain function and helps the brain produce memory enhancing chemicals.
Vitamin D-Helps the body utilize the calcium and phosphorous that is necessary to build strong bones and teeth.
Vitamin E-Is an antioxidant and is important for the proper function of nerves and muscles.
Folic Acid- Produces healthy red blood cells.
Zinc- Important for cell growth and repair. It helps regulate the body's immune respone and metabolism and aids in the healing of wounds.
Glucose, fructose, citrus pectin, citric acid, beta-carotene, grape flavor, rose hips extract.
Take two jellies per day.
milk, eggs, gluten, artificial colors or preservatives.