Everyone has the right to know what is in our vitamins, how they are produced, and where they are sourced. Companies are not required to give us the information we want to know in a way that we can understand. The current rules on food labeling leave a lot of room for vague claims that make it difficult to differentiate between vitamins that are naturally organic or full of preservatives that are bad for you.
As a result, the array of labels found on every vitamin can be overwhelming. You can and should be informed about what current labeling practices really mean and how they affect you – and we hope this article helps.
The term “organic” and “natural” have become so complicated in the vitamin industry that the consumer is left wondering if they even understand the meanings. A natural vitamin means it was made from a component directly from the earth or it can be 'naturally made' in your body through digestion.
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