Introducing Jason Winters Gummy Vitamins

We all know that most of our daily diets can be far less than perfect. Because of this, we’ve already discussed here on our blog why taking a high-quality daily multivitamin is so important. Sometimes even the most health-conscious among us can miss important vitamins and minerals that can help keep us strong and healthy.

Gummy Vitamins?

For some, just taking a daily multivitamin tablet can be a challenge for both kids and adults. In order to combat this, many companies found that putting their multivitamin formula supplements into gummies makes taking daily vitamins a lot easier.

Are Gummy Vitamins Just as Good as a Vitamin Pill?

According to Dr. Zhaoping Li, Professor of medicine and chief of the Division of Clinical Nutrition at UCLA, while some people are skeptical about just how effective taking gummies compares to taking a traditional pill, there is no way to tell whether one form of vitamin and mineral supplement is better than any other. 

Adult Multivitamin

According to a recent study conducted by AARP, many consumers have experienced what is called “pill fatigue.” With gummies having a more candy-like appearance and taste, kids and adults alike find that taking them is almost effortless.

Gummies are usually made of gelatin and have added sugar, usually as glucose or glucose syrup. Other ingredients may also include food coloring and citric acid to stabilize the mixture and keep it together.

Dr. Li warns that while this makes them taste sweet, making them seem more like candy than most vitamin pills, consumers should read the label to find out just how much added sugar they’re getting per dose. Ideally, health experts recommend that the added level of sugar be kept low. To put this into perspective, one packet of sugar is equivalent to 4 grams of sugar. 

When choosing gummy vitamin supplements, you want to choose one that is low in added sugars. While most gummy supplements have just a couple of grams of sugar, it is also essential to read the label to ensure that you get all the vitamins and minerals you need. In whatever form you choose, you want your multivitamin to contain vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, D3, and important minerals such as zinc and folic acid, which are all derived from naturally occurring or food sources. 

As we mentioned in our earlier blog post, it’s important not to exceed the recommended daily dose on the label unless directed by your doctor. 

Introducing Sir Jason Winters Gummy Vitamins

At Sir Jason Winters International, we take pride in all the products that we offer to our customers. We are now introducing the latest addition to our vitamins and supplements; our Adult Multivitamin Gummies and Kids Multivitamin Gummies. Both tasty and easy-to-eat versions are jam-packed with the vitamins and minerals that we need every day. 

Our Adult Multivitamin Gummy 

If you’re tired of taking a vitamin pill every day, add a bit of fun to your routine with our daily Adult Multivitamin Gummy supplements. Each gummy contains the most important vitamins that all of us need daily. Get your Vitamin A, B, C, D, E, B6, B12, and other essential supplement minerals in a tasty, non-GMO form that’s easy to eat.  

Multivitamin for kids

Just two gummies – one in the morning and one in the evening – is recommended each day for adults age 18 and up. Pregnant or nursing mothers or those with certain medical conditions should speak to their physician before consuming this or any other nutritional supplement.

Our Kids Multivitamin Gummy 

Any parent can tell you, maintaining a healthy diet for our kids can be a full-time job!  We can try to help them make healthy dietary choices; however, it’s not possible to control what they eat all the time. Our Sir Jason Winters Kids Multivitamin Gummy supplements contain several organic ingredients, are non-GMO, and gluten-free, plus contain all the vitamins and minerals they need!

Each gummy contains organic tapioca syrup, only 1 to 2 grams of organic cane sugar, as well as natural colors and flavors. 

Our Kids Multivitamin Gummy vitamins are intended for children no younger than two years old. Children from age 2 -3 years of age can take one gummy per day or as directed by their doctor or healthcare professional. Children age 4 and up can take up to two gummies daily or as recommended by a doctor or healthcare professional.

Get Our Multivitamin Gummy Supplements for a Fantastic Introductory Price! 

Because we are so excited to offer our customers a chance to try our new Adult and Kids Multivitamin Gummies, we are now offering them at an introductory price for a limited time.  

We are offering our 90 count bottles of Adult Multivitamin Gummy supplements during this introductory sale, regularly priced at $24.50 per bottle at just $9.95 per bottle!  

Also, during this time, we are offering a 60 count bottle of our Kids Multivitamin Gummy supplements, regularly priced at $24.50 per bottle, NOW for just $9.95 each. You can introduce the goodness of our Gummy Multivitamins to the whole family at such significant savings! 

Supplies are limited, and with prices like this, you won’t want to miss out on the opportunity to try our natural multivitamin gummies for yourself!

Order your Sir Jason Winters Multivitamin Gummies today!

Resources

Ellin, Abby. “Vitamins Gone Gummy.” The New York Times. The New York Times, 28 Feb. 2017. Web. 03 July 2021.

Harguth, Anne. “Why Take Vitamin and Mineral Supplements?” Mayo Clinic Health System. The Mayo Clinic, 3 July 2018. Web. 20 May 2021.

Lesko, Kristin. “Read This If You Take Gummy Vitamins Regularly.” HuffPost. HuffPost, 29 June 2020. Web. 03 July 2021.

Mindell, Earl, and Hester Mundis. Earl Mindell’s New Vitamin Bible. New York: Grand Central Life & Style, 2011. Print.

The information in this blog is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any medical condition or replace medical advice or treatment. Please seek the advice of a qualified professional for all health concerns.

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