Here at The Healthy Moms Magazine we believe that it is important for everyone to take a multivitamin in order to stay healthy. Eating a variety of nutrient dense foods every single day alone will not provide your body with everything that it needs. Women of child bearing age should take a prenatal vitamin high in folic acid every single day. Children also need to take a multivitamin every day in order for their bodies to grow healthy and strong.
Vitamma, a newly launched retailer of premium multivitamins, wants to ensure that every child worldwide gets the proper nutrition. In order to do this they have partnered with Vitamin Angels, a non-profit organization that provides multivitamins (especially Vitamin A) to undernourished children throughout the world. For each bottle of Vitamma Women’s Multivitamins, Children’s Multivitamins, Men’s Multivitamins and Prenatal Vitamins purchased, Vitamma will give a two years supply of vitamin A to three children. All four supplements have been designed and developed to address the unique health needs of its intended demographic and are sold exclusively through Vitamma.com. The site also offers customers the opportunity to have their vitamin supply automatically replenished as part of its AutoShip subscription program.
As a strong supporter of Vitamin Angels we encourage our readers to purchase their multivitamins from Vitamma.com. “We see our products as a vehicle for linking the health of our customers with that of children the world over,” says the companyʼs founder Zack Adams. “With the help of Vitamin Angels, weʼre giving our customers the chance to make an impact on global health while simply improving their own”. Vitammaʼs social mission focuses on the elimination of vitamin A deficiency, an issue affecting an estimated 190 million young children worldwide. With vitamin A playing a critical role in immune system and eyesight development among children under five, the deficiency leaves those affected exposed to life-threatening diseases and potential blindness. According to the World Health Organization, as many as 500,000 vitamin A deficient children go blind each year, half dying within 12 months of losing their sight.
*Disclosure: I received a bottle of women’s multivitamins and children’s chewable multivitamins from Vitamma.com in exchange for this article. All opinions are accurate and 100% mine.