Vitamins are organic compounds that are essential for our life. In principle, our body is not able to produce them independently, so we must regularly assimilate them from food and, if this is not enough, we can also take advantage of food supplements.

A simple test can tell you if your vitamin needs are covered or not:

  • Are you a vegetarian?
  • Do you work outdoors or are you often exposed to the sun?
  • Do you often eat in the canteen or restaurant?
  • Are you a smoker?
  • Are you often sick?
  • Are you often stressed out?
  • Do you drink more than one glass of wine a day?
  • Do you frequently take medicines?
If you answered "yes" to more than three questions, you most likely are not getting enough vitamins in your diet and may need to compensate with food supplements.

Here are the specific supplements to effectively enrich your daily diet:

VITAES COMPLEX : based on Vitamin E , Vitamin A And Selenium . It protects cells from aging and degenerative damage produced by free radicals, supports the immune system, which is valuable for regulating the functioning of the retina and strengthening vision.

ASCORBIC ACID : more commonly known as Vitamin C , it is a very pure powdered food supplement for oral use, very convenient for a precise and individual dosage.

NATURAL VITAMIN C : tablet supplement extracted from Rosehip And Acerola.

CHEWABLE VITAMIN C : supplement in chewable tablets or to dissolve in the mouth, based on C vitamin derived from Camu Camu and with the addition of Grapefruit Seed Extract .

C VITALITY PLUS : supplement in capsules free of excipients based on C vitamin derived from Camu Camu and with the addition of Rosehip extract.

VITAMIN D3 SPRAY : supplement in tablets, essential for the health of bones and teeth, thanks to its ability to fix calcium and phosphorus .

PLURY : dietary supplement multivitamin And multimineral in tablets suitable for the whole family. The formula is particularly rich and includes: folic acid, vitamins A, E, H and all the B group. Boron, chromium, iron, iodine, manganese, molybdenum, copper, selenium and zinc.