YOUR MOST TRUSTED SUPPLIER
OF NATURAL VITAMINS
We aim to restore the balance and improve the health of families around the world through our high quality nutritional supplements. We want to help your family reach its current and future health goals as well as guide you to think about your health holistically.We provide valuable resources and tools that will open your eyes to the importance of nutritional supplements in helping you live your best life. As the heart of the home, the mother is responsible for not only her health but the health and wellbeing of her family. In her efforts to make sure her family is well taken care of mom may neglect to look after her own health and we all know that when she is out of action the entire family suffers.
Nations Nutrition is focused on improving not only the health of the entire family but particular that of the mother. With this in mind our mission is to give your family a 5-star experience every time. We aim to do this by extensively researching, preparing and delivering world-class products. In order to make you feel cared for by us every time you use one of our dependable quality products and deliver that value day in and day out, we offer a 60 day “no questions asked” money back guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied with our products after 60 days’ consistent use, you will get a full refund.
Our products are only available online and you can purchase them via our website. We have also partnered with the world’s leading e-commerce marketplace, Amazon.com to bring you our products.
ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM ANY VITAMIN DEFICIENCY?
75% OF AMERICANS ARE DEFICIENT IN VITAMIN D3
25% OF PEOPLE OVER THE AGE OF 26 ARE BORDERLINE DEFICIENT IN B12
89% OF AMERICAN WOMEN ARE UNHAPPY WITH THEIR WEIGHT
Frequently Asked Questions
Who needs a dietary supplement?
Almost everyone. Most people say the primary reason they use multivitamins and other nutritional supplements is to support overall wellness.
Who uses dietary supplements?
Dietary supplements are used by the majority of adults in the United States. Usage is higher in women than in men and increases with age and education. Supplement users tend to adopt other healthy habits such as engaging in physical exercise, trying to eat a healthy diet, seeing a physician regularly—suggesting that supplement use is an integral part of an overall interest in wellness.
What do essential nutrients do?
Vitamins and essential minerals are components of enzymes and co-factors the body needs to maintain the daily functions basic to health and life itself.
What is the difference between the RDA and DV for a vitamin or mineral?
RDAs are recommended daily intakes of a nutrient for healthy people. They tell you how much of that nutrient you should get on average each day. RDAs are developed by the Food and Nutrition Board at the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies. They vary by age, gender and whether a woman is pregnant or breastfeeding; so there are many different RDAs for each nutrient.
Daily Values or DVs, established by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), are used on food and dietary supplement labels. For each nutrient, there is one DV for all people ages 4 years and older. Therefore, DVs aren’t recommended intakes, but suggest how much of a nutrient a serving of the food or supplement provides in the context of a total daily diet. DVs often match or exceed the RDAs for most people, but not in all cases.
Should I check with my physician or healthcare provider before taking a dietary supplement?
You should always check with your physician, healthcare provider or pharmacist before purchasing or taking any supplement, especially if you are pregnant, nursing a baby, or have a chronic medical condition, such as, diabetes, hypertension or heart disease.
Is it true that I can get all the vitamins/minerals I need from the food that I eat?
Even the most conscientious consumers find it difficult to get all the nutrients they need from food alone, and dietary supplements can help fill nutrient gaps. A sensible program of nutritional supplementation for most adults definitely would include a multivitamin, preferably with minerals. Other nutritional supplements could be added on the basis of a person’s age, gender, and dietary pattern.
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