Common Health Needs

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Immune Support

The immune system requires adequate nutrition to mount a robust response to pathogens and immunizations. Worldwide, an estimated two billion people are deficient in key vitamins and minerals involved in immunity,2,3 including in developed countries.4 Malnutrition poses a greater challenge to the immune system during certain life stages, and as patients age. Age-specific multivitamin supplements provide nutrients that help support immune function and help preserve a positive state of wellness.

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Nutritional Support

Good nutrition is related to overall health and wellness and a decreased risk for chronic conditions. Micronutrient shortfalls in the diet compromise energy metabolism, vision, reproduction, and many other bodily functions. The requirements for several key vitamin and minerals are and age-specific, and certain patients are at greater risk for malnutrition, which exists globally including in developed areas.1 Multivitamin supplements that are specifically designed with age in mind may be particularly helpful in bridging dietary gaps in key nutrients.

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Brain health & memory

New research has revealed a promising connection between multivitamin supplementation and brain health in older adults.5,6 Two randomised control trials with 4,463 participants demonstrated those taking Centrum Silver (US Formulation)** showed significant memory improvements compared to those on placebo.*5,6

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