IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING COVID-19
We have experienced an unprecedented demand for many of our products as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are working closely with our ingredient suppliers and have already started manufacturing additional product in order to increase our inventory levels. Effective immediately, we are limiting the sales of all three forms of Nutrivene-D Daily Supplement to two bottles per every 30 days for each customer. This will ensure that we maintain an adequate supply of product for our customers while allowing enough time to replenish inventory levels during these trying times. We regret any inconvenience this may cause our customers.
The Nutrivene-D Advanced Antioxidant Daily Supplement contains over 40 vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants including Zinc, Selenium, Coenzyme Q10, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Glutathione, Bioflavonoids, Vitamins A, C, and E. This product is GMO-free and gluten-free. To view the label for the Nutrivene-D Daily Supplement, click here.
Some nutrients may aid in the metabolic disturbances in Down syndrome (1,2,3,4,5). These metabolic disturbances are thought to include the disruption of methylation pathways (SAM cycle), connective tissue issues which result in hypotonia, and the overexpression of the superoxide dismutase gene which may cause oxidative stress and accelerated aging. A study conducted on Nutrivene-D in children with Down syndrome noted a reduction of infections, improved growth, and improvements in laboratory parameters (Vitamins A, E, Selenium, etc.).Parents and therapists involved in the study reported considerable improvements in behavior, cooperation and development of the children administered Nutrivene (6).
The Nutrivene-D Daily Supplement Powder form mixes with infant formulas, baby foods, yogurts, drinks, foods, etc. The Nutrivene-D Daily Supplement Powder contains 153 grams.
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