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Vitafusion Cranberry Gummies -- 60 Gummies


Vitafusion Cranberry Gummies
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Vitafusion Cranberry Gummies -- 60 Gummies

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Vitafusion Cranberry Gummies Description

  • Traditionally Used to Support Urinary Health
  • 500 mg Juice Per Serving
  • Natural Cran-Mixed Berry Flavor
  • Gluten Free
  • America's #1 Gummy Vitamin Brand

Cranberry Gummies for women contains cranberry juice, which is traditionally used to support urinary health and you'll love the natural cranberry flavor in this cranberry supplement. Each flavorful and nutritious cranberry gummy is made with no artificial flavors or sweeteners, no gluten, no high fructose corn syrup, no dairy and no synthetic FD&C dyes.

 

This 60-count bottle of daily cranberry gummies ensures you’ll have enough to last you 30 days. It’s a delicious alternative to drinking cranberry juice or taking cranberry capsules or cranberry pills for women. At vitafusion, it is a belief that taste and nutrition can be fused together to deliver the best adult multivitamins, ensuring that taking your daily multivitamin dietary supplements is an easy and delicious part of your day. vitafusion is the only gummy vitamin brand with products that have been awarded the ChefsBest Excellence award for taste.


Directions

Adults take two (2) gummy supplements per day. Chew thoroughly before swallowing.
Free Of
Gluten, high fructose corn syrup, dairy, synthetic dyes.

*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: 2 Gummies
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories20
Total Carbohydrate5 g2%
   Total Sugars4 g
     Includes 4g Added Sugars8%
Sodium5 mg<1%
Cranberry Juice Concentrate (Vaccinium macrocarpon) (Fruit)500 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Glucose syrup, sugar, gelatin, water; less than 2% of: blend of oils (coconut and/or palm) with beeswax and/or carnauba wax, natural flavor, and sodium citrate.
Contains: tree nuts (coconut).

Processed in a facility with products that contain egg, fish, shellfish, soy and tree nuts.

Warnings

To ensure quality and potency through expiration, this dietary supplement is manufactured with higher active ingredient levels than the indicated amount per serving. Take only as directed. Do not exceed suggested dosage. If you have a medical condition, are on medication, are pregnant or nursing, or have questions regarding your nutritional needs, consult a qualified healthcare professional before using this product. An individual's need for this product may be met through a varied and well balanced diet. Colors will darken over time. This does not alter the potency of the product.

The product you receive may contain additional details or differ from what is shown on this page, or the product may have additional information revealed by partially peeling back the label. We recommend you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Millions of Americans turn to vitamins and supplements to boost their health. In fact, 57.6% of adults 20 and older take at least one supplement in a given 30-day period, according to a study published in 2021 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But although more than half the country is familiar with supplements, there are probably many facts consumers do not know about these products. Following are some of the lesser-known facts about supplements that you should know.

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Surprising Supplement Facts

1. Supplements were introduced in the early 1900s

Back in 1912, Polish-American biochemist Casimir Funk discovered the vitamin, although he used the label “vitamine.” Through the middle of the 20th century, scientists learned more about vitamins. As the National Institute of Health notes, the process of discovery “was a slow, stepwise progress that included setbacks, contradictions, refutations, and some chicanery.” A few years after Funk's discovery, Mastin's Yeast Vitamon Tablets appeared. They contained vitamins A, B, and C, iron and calcium. At the time, many people suffered from poor nutrition, and it was believed that these supplements might boost their long-term health. The first One-A-Day supplement appeared in 1943, igniting the supplement revolution that continues to this day.

2. Women are far more likely than men to take supplements

Use of supplements is much higher among women (63.8%) than among men (50.8%), according to the CDC. As people grow older, they are more likely to take two, three or even four supplements. Among women ages 60 and older, 80.2% take at least one supplement regularly.

3. Three supplements are more popular than the rest

There are many different types of supplements available today, but the CDC says the three most popular among all age groups are multivitamin-mineral supplements, vitamin D supplements and omega-3 fatty acid supplements. After that, the most popular supplements differ by age. For example, the fourth most popular supplement is:
  • Vitamin C for those who are 20-39
  • Botanicals for those who are 40-59
  • Calcium for those 60 and older

4. Supplements generally should be taken in the morning

Experts say taking supplements in the morning makes the most sense. That is because digestion slows when you sleep, meaning you won't absorb the supplement as efficiently as you slumber. However, some people may experience stomach upset when doing this. In that case, it makes sense to take them before bed. The most important thing is to develop a routine that works for you and to stick with it.

5. Most supplements should not be stored in the refrigerator

Storing supplements in a cool, dry place is optimal. A refrigerator is cool, but it’s far from dry. By storing your supplements in the fridge, you could reduce both their shelf life and their effectiveness. Of course, some supplements actually keep better in the fridge, including liquid vitamins, some essential fatty acids and probiotics. If the packaging recommends storing the supplement in the refrigerator, you should do so. But for most supplements, forget the fridge.

6. Some supplements should not be taken together

People who take multiple medications must be careful not to combine drugs that can interfere with each other and reduce effectiveness. That same rule holds true for supplements. For example, taking a vitamin C and vitamin B-12 supplement at the same time can limit the amount of vitamin B-12 you get. So, take these supplements at least a couple of hours apart. Also, some supplements should be avoided if you take specific medications. For example, if you take a blood thinner, you generally should steer clear of vitamin A and vitamin K supplementation. It is always wise to consult with your physician before taking a supplement.

7. You should not take supplements that have past their expiration date

Taking a multivitamin or other supplement past its expiration date is probably not a good idea. Once the supplement expires, it begins to lose its effectiveness. If you consistently find yourself with supplements that have expired, experts recommend buying the supplement in smaller packages.

8. You should dispose of supplements carefully

Some cities and pharmacies may policies that allow you to drop off expired drugs and supplements. This is your best bet if the service is offered in your community, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. If you have no other way to get rid of expired supplements, you can throw them in the trash. Just make sure they are concealed in a way that children and animals cannot get to them. The FDA recommends mixing them with dirt, cat litter, used coffee grounds or another unappealing substance.

9. Gummy supplements are more popular than ever

Gummy vitamins and supplements originally were aimed at children as a way to get them to take these products. But in 2012, Irish supplement maker Perrigo began marketing gummy products to adults. By 2016, gummy supplements accounted for $1 billion of the supplement market in the U.S. By last year, global sales of gummy vitamins topped $7 billion. While people love gummy supplements, they come with two major drawbacks. You may have to take more of a gummy supplement to get the equivalent of its pill-form counterpart, which makes gummies more expensive. And gummy supplements often contain a substantial amount of sugar. There also are concerns that because gummy supplements taste so good, people might be inclined to consume more of them than they should.

10. Supplements are not just for humans

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