Disclosure: Products were provided in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own. Before starting a new wellness routine, please consult your doctor. I am not a medical doctor and I am not able to provide medical advice. All opinions and experiences are my own.
Wellness seems to be the topic of conversation during this past year. People have jumped on the healthy bandwagon during their time at home while locked in during Covid. Taking care of our bodies and minds has been a common theme in order to maintain our health and prevent illness or keep symptoms minimal with proper supplementation.
My husband was recently placed on B12 supplements by his doctor, so naturally, we opted for a brand that worked to bring up our Vitamin D levels effectively. Superior Source vitamins came recommended to us by a family member when my D levels were dangerously low and other supplements didn’t seem to help. I didn’t believe at the time that a tiny meltaway tablet would be the answer to bringing up my D levels. Even my husband’s doctor was surprised that he was not deficient this year in Vitamin D. Since we had such success with Superior Source vitamins, we knew that the B12 supplements would be just what he needed for optimal B12 blood levels.
Another feature I loved about Superior Source Vitamins is that they are tiny MicroLingual pills that dissolve quickly and are effective. There are no fillers, colors, flavors, or anything artificial. They are easy to take while on the go because you don’t need water to wash them down (although drinking water with any supplements is a good idea.)
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