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1 The optimal MULTIVITAMIN & MULTIMINERAL for your health & wellbeing

2 Benefits for employee Supports all the body systems by supporting enzymes Increased productivity, attention, focus and energy Decreased fatigue and sick leave Your body will be more capable of handling stressful situations, because your biochemistry and physiology will be supported

3 Benefits for employer Employee’s Sick leave decreases due to improved immune function Productivity, attention and concentration improves leading to less accidents Excellent for public image for the company The company also saves money in the long run

4 Necessities ingredients

5 Main functions of all micronutrients Act as antioxidants Improves performance/productivity Supports the immune system Supports the central nervous system Supports the cardiovascular system Decreases fatigue & insomnia and increases energy production Enhances fertility & libido Optimization of micronutrient deficiencies

6 The main antioxidants Vitamins: A, C & E Minerals: Selenium Zinc Copper Manganese

7 Physical performance/productivity Vitamin D – also reduces falls B-complex vitamins – improves muscle health Iron Boron – bone growth & maintenance Calcium – regulate muscle tone & contraction Vitamin A – involved in bone growth Manganese – important for normal muscle & bone functioning Potassium – improves muscle strength Lysine (essential amino acid)– build protein and important for proper growth Taurine – increase muscle mass & strength and recovery time

8 Immune system support Vitamin A, C, E B-complex vitamins – inflammation & infections (increases white blood cell formation) Boron – inflammation Bioflavonoids & Zinc – heal wounds Calcium, Magnesium, Manganese, Zinc – promotes blood clotting Copper – anti-inflammatory & allergies Selenium Manganese & Zinc – assists in DNA and RNA synthesis

9 Central Nervous System support Boron – attention, memory & psychomotor skills Iron – improves cognitive function B-complex vitamins – improves memory; concentration and decreases stress, anxiousness & depression Calcium – regulates nerve conduction Magnesium – decreased headaches/migraines Copper – help enzymes form myelin sheaths, increased mood Manganese, Copper, Zinc – normal brain function & preventing depression Zinc – involved in learning

10 Cardiovascular System support Magnesium, Calcium & Potassium – regulate heart beat and normal blood pressure Bioflavonoids – maintain healthy capillaries Biotin, Manganese, Lysine – decreases cholesterol levels Iron – increases the oxygen carrying capacity if haemoglobin in the blood

11 Fatigue/Insomnia & energy production Calcium Magnesium Biotin Copper B-complex vitamins – converting carbohydrates into glucose for energy B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12, Inositol, Choline, Biotin Vitamin C Manganese Potassium Lysine “When your body has to spend its recourses, like B vitamins and micro nutrients, on staying alive - you have less energy for your brain” – Darren Craddock

12 Fertility & libido Manganese – helpful in improving libido & fertility in both sexes Potassium prevents erectile dysfunction Zinc – involved in sexual development and improves impotence; important in maintaining normal testosterone, follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone levels; inhibits the aromatase enzyme (that converts testosterone into estrogens)

13 Unique product characteristics Optimal amounts of all vitamins & minerals as well as synergism Aim of this product: Affordable multivitamin & multimineral @ R50 per month supply (R1.70/day)

14 References Nelson, FH. Micronutrients in Parenteral Nutrition: Boron, Silicon, and Fluoride. Gastroenterology. 137:555-560. 2009. – conc - bcomplex Dietary Reference Intakes Tables and Application from Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, November 30 2010 (Figures for infants also available.) Dietary Reference Intakes Tables and Application Health and Happiness Essential and Toxic Trace Elements in Human Health and Disease: An Update pages 355-376; 1993 Wiley-Liss, Inc. Socioeconomic and sex differences in adolescents’ dietary intake, anthropometry and physical activity in Cameroon, Africa Ceglia, L. Vitamin D and skeletal muscle tissue and function. Molecular aspects of medicine. 29: 407-414. 2008.

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