While we may still be holding on to some signs of summer, we are very much heading into winter and the menacing flu season. We all have our flu-fighters that mom and grandmother taught us, but sometimes, even your grammy’s chicken soup is not enough to fight off that nasty cold that everyone in the office seems to be catching. For you, we’ve got several easy-to-take daily vitamins that will fight to keep you healthy this winter season. Learn more on our blog.
When we created our Frunutta tablets, we had to consider how to make them dissolve. We had to use the safest ingredients in doing so; hence we chose the natural ingredient lactose sugar as opposed to other sugars such as sorbitol, sucrose, fructose, maltose, maltodextrin or other choices like mannitol, which is hard on the kidneys. We also chose lactose as a natural sweetener since it does not crystalize like other sweetener options under your tongue. Now, since lactose intolerance is very common nowadays, this ingredient has got a bad rep and we want to set the record straight on if the lactose in Frunutta will pose a problem for people with lactose intolerance.
If you suffer from acne, you’ve experienced blocked or clogged pores that have led to unsightly red bumps or blackheads on your skin. While most prevalent in teenagers, there are many adults who still deal with acne problems in their later years. Researches are establishing a firmer link between low zinc levels to acne. Since acne can be caused by changes in hormone levels, bacteria, oils, and more, deficiency in this vitamin is thought to have a negative effect on a person’s skin. Learn more on our blog.
The best way to get your vitamins is of course via a healthy diet and proper nourishment. But if you fall into the group of people that are deficient and it is out of your control, you have to resort to taking vitamins. For you, we have a few very clear reasons why Frunutta vitamins are a better option than other vitamins. This blog explains the five most popular reasons people make the switch to Frunutta.
If you are a college student, you are probably crashing on finals. After a long day of classes, group projects, and other commitments, it is rough to try to stay awake and study. Your eyes are open, but you’re reading the same sentence 3 times and still have no idea what you just read. We get it!
Most students resort to energy drinks or worse prescription drugs, like Adderall, to keep grinding. But what if we told you there was a healthier, safer and cheaper option out there?