Advanced multivitamin for him and her

Advanced multivitamin for him and her

Pro Nutrition Multivitamin’ tablets now in market

The new active multivitamin is the key to comprehensive health development, said Abhishek Gagneja, Founder, Yoga Brands.

NOIDA, Mar 10 (The CONNECT) – Health supplement brand Pro Nutrition & Fitness has announced the launch of ‘Pro Nutrition Multivitamin’ tablets, a daily multivitamin formula that is beneficial for the overall health of women and men. 

The product is designed especially with pure and natural ingredients such as zinc, vitamin c, folic acid, vitamin A, calcium and iron. It also improves overall energy levels during the day and boost the stamina for various physical activities.

The PNFIT multivitamin tablets are sourced from natural ingredients and are free from gluten, soy, and dairy products, they can easily go well with almost all diet plans.

“From improving energy levels to reducing stress and regulating blood pressure, our new active multivitamin is the key to comprehensive health development,” said Abhishek Gagneja, Founder, Yoga Brands.

a result of a variety of changes. Teen nutritional needs differ from those of women in their postmenopausal years, and pregnant or lactating women require more specific nutrients than non-pregnant women. 

These multivitamin supplements are often recommended to pregnant and breastfeeding people to support the physiological changes that take place during gestation as well as nursing.

As regards men, they require a unique mix of vitamins that often changes as we age, and taking a multivitamin can help you get the vitamins you need to stay healthy. 

This pack of multivitamin tablets can be another good option to consider buying for adults in the family.

The products by Pro nutrition products are formulated in the US made from premium ingredients sourced from US & India, packaged in India. “None of our products ingredients are of China origin. Our supply chain doesn't have any distributors or retailers to prevent any counterfeiting,” Gagneja said.

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