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N3 Optimum Fruit & Vegetable Mix

Contains daily packs of tablets & capsules each designed to reverse any symptom of folic acid and/or Vitamin B complex deficiency and treat megaloblastic anemia. Ingredients: spinach powder asparagus powder, avocado powder, pea powder, banana powder, cabbage powder, black beans powder, green beans powder, lemon powder, strawberries powder, soy protein hydrolysate, spiroullina powder, saffron extract, vitamin B6, vitamin B9, vitamin B12.


Consume 1 capsule daily preferably in the morning.

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€ 35.00
Key Benefits

Ideal powder mix of vegetables and fruits in the optimal concentration that is necessary for life-sustaining processes of DNA synthesis, replication and repair, especially important during periods of rapid cell division and growth such as infancy and pregnancy.

Promotes cardiovascular health.

Essential for you, especially if you are choosing to eat more animal foods, because the most common reason for folic acid deficiency is lack of fresh vegetables, legumes, and fruits.

Key Active Ingredients

Folic acid is needed to make DNA and RNA, the building blocks of cells and it also helps prevent changes to DNA that may lead to cancer, in particular colon cancer. Both adults and children require this formula, for proper red blood cell formation and neurological function.

A deficiency of vitamin B6, folic acid, or vitamin B12 will lead to increased levels of homocysteine, that are linked to cardiovascular disease and other undesirable conditions.

This unique supplement is involved in the metabolism of every cell of the body, especially affecting DNA synthesis and regulation, but also fatty acid synthesis and energy production.


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