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SUKU Vitamins Appley Ever After™ Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies -- 50 Gummies


SUKU Vitamins Appley Ever After™ Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies
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SUKU Vitamins Appley Ever After™ Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies -- 50 Gummies

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SUKU Vitamins Appley Ever After™ Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies Description

  • Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies
  • 2 Gummies = 1 Shot of ACV
  • With The Mother | Infused With B12
  • Sugar Free
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free

Finally, a delicious way to take apple cider vinegar without all the unpleasantness. just two sugar-free gummies equals one shot of raw, unfiltered, apple cider vinegar with the mother. Each gummy also comes infused with Vitamin B12 for a boost of energy as well as methylated folate for enhanced absorption.

 

• 50 Gummies

• Vegan

• 1 Gummies - 1 Shot of ACV + Vitamin B12 + Methylated Folate

• Source of Fiber

• Sugar-free, sugar-alcohol free & keto-friendly

• Non-GMO

• Pectin based

• Gluten, dairy, tree nut, shellfish, soy, egg, peanut free


Directions

How To Take It

Chew two to three gummies daily - with or without food.

Free Of
Sugar, gluten, tree nuts, shellfish, soy, egg, peanut and GMOs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Gummy
Servings per Container: 50
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Malus domestic (apple) (3:1, 1020 mg)340 mg*
Vitamin B12100 mcg*
Folate200 mcg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Tapioca syrup, purified water, apple cider vinegar, natural fruit flavor, agar, pectin, sodium citrate, stevia leaf extract, vegetable juice.
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During nutrition counseling, an RDN will meet with you regularly to both help clarify eating-related goals and to craft a plan to reach those targets. “These sessions are usually 50 minutes in length, but can be up to two hours,” says Farrell Allen, who also serves as a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Unlike crash dieting, the focus in nutrition counseling is on implementing changes in eating habits that will promote health and last a lifetime. For example, during counseling, you and the RDN might zero in on bad habits -- such as late-night snacking, or a tendency to cook too many fried foods -- and try to replace them with more healthful eating patterns. As the sessions roll on, patients have the opportunity to “learn the facts and ask questions” about eating more healthfully. A rapport typically develops between the dietitian and the patient as both parties dig more deeply into the roots of the patient’s food-related issues. “It becomes a safe place to share emotions, thoughts, prior learned beliefs and rituals associated with food and eating,” Farrell Allen says. Although some people can change eating habits on their own, many others benefit from the structure of nutrition counseling. “Behavior change takes time, and having an RDN by your side helps with accountability,” Farrell Allen says.

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  • Completed an internship program
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