Earthlight® Whole Food Vitamin D
What’s a ‘Whole Food’?
Most often, conventional multivitamin supplements are made with isolated nutrient forms like ascorbic acid (vitamin C) or pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6). These are often chemically synthesized or fractionated from a food, plant, or natural source into an isolated chemical form that is devoid of any food constituents.
Whole-food supplements differ from conventional multivitamins in that they deliver optimized potencies of essential vitamins and minerals through a variety of nourishing whole foods, including fruits, vegetables, grains, soy, probiotics, and nutritional yeast. The idea is to provide these nutrients as close as possible to how they’re found in nature.
Whole Food Supplements are Trending
First it was ‘natural’. Then it was ‘clean label’. And increasingly, ’vegetarian’ or ‘vegan’. Now, the answer to all these consumer preferences is ‘whole food’ nutrition. Today’s consumers really like the idea of getting their nutrition from foods with naturally occurring health benefits.
Not surprisingly, the people at Whole Foods stores cite whole foods supplements as one of the top trends of 2020. Several of the top contract supplement manufacturers in the United States agree.
Earthlight Whole Food Vitamin D is made from mushrooms – making it a perfect option in the fortification of plant-based, vegetarian and vegan products.
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