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Earlier this year, Solgar introduced No. 7 Vegetable Capsules, a once-daily alternative to glucosamine for improved joint comfort within seven days.* Daily activity can cause joints to wear away their natural cushioning, so the supplement brings together bioactive nutrients and a complex of traditional pepper spices and botanicals that increase joint mobility, flexibility and range of motion, while helping to reduce stress on overworked muscles and joints.* The formula also targets multiple pathways to balance the release of joint enzymes and support the building blocks of sensitive collagen.
New chewable Minnows Mini Bursts soft gels offer all the benefits of omega-3 without the unpleasant fishy aftertaste. Each serving contains 1,100 mg of highly concentrated omega-3 fish oil derived from cold-extracted, purified select fish species. The formula provides 364 mg of EPA and 280 mg of DHA for cardiovascular, immune, joint and skin support.* The soft gels are naturally flavored as Tutti Frutti Sorbet without sugar or artificial sweeteners and are gluten-, wheat- and dairy-free.
Solgar’s new advanced digestive complex, Comfort Zone, is naturally developed to help encourage more efficient and thorough digestion. The formula combines a balanced herbal blend and 11 naturally derived enzymes, which help break foods down to a molecular level so they can be absorbed.* Together, they help support the body’s natural digestive process to break down a wide range of foods, even those that may be hard to digest,* with just one capsule with every meal, says the company.
For customers who prefer a higher potency of the B vitamin biotin, also known as vitamin H, Solgar introduces new Biotin 10,000 mcg Vegetable Capsules. Biotin is necessary for metabolizing of carbohydrates, fats and amino acids, as well as strengthening hair, nails and skin and playing a role in energy metabolism.*
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Published in WholeFoods Magazine, December 2012