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Veg 1 Multivitamin Orange 180 Chewable Tablets


  • Veg 1 Multivitamin Orange 180 Chewable Tablets
  • Veg 1 Multivitamin Orange 180 Chewable Tablets
  • Veg 1 Multivitamin Orange 180 Chewable Tablets
Veg 1 Multivitamin Orange 180 Chewable Tablets
Veg 1 Multivitamin Orange 180 Chewable Tablets
Veg 1 Multivitamin Orange 180 Chewable Tablets

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Veg 1 Multivitamin Orange 180 Chewable Tablets

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Veg 1 Multivitamin Orange 180 Chewable Tablets

A Orange flavoured multivitamin formulated by the Vegan Society. The VEG 1 supplement comes in bottles of 180 chewable tablets.

Contains: 180 chewable tablets

Veg 1 Multivitamin Blackcurrant 180 Chewable Tablets
Designed specifically for Vegans, but suitable for everyone, this supplement provides EU recommended daily allowances (RDA's) of:

» Vitamin B2 (1.6mg - 114%)
» Vitamin B6 (2mg - 143%)
» Vitamin B12 (10µg - 400%)
» Vitamin D (10µg - 200%)
» Folic Acid (200µg - 100%)
» Iodine (150µg - 100%)
» Selenium (60µg - 109%)

This supplement comes in bottles of 90 chewable tablets which is a THREE month supply for adults.

Directions: Veg 1 Multivitamin Blackcurrant 180 Chewable Tablets
One tablet per day for adults. Half a tablet per day for children aged 2-12. Always chew or crush tablets for maximum absorption. Do not exceed recommended intake.


Ingredients

Ingredients: Sugar, Dextrose, Acacia, Selenomethionine (Selenium), Stearic Acid, Flavour (Blackcurrant), Ergocalciferol Preparation (D), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (B6), Magnesium Stearate, Riboflavin (B2), PVP, Folacin (Folic Acid), Potassium Iodine (Iodine), Cyanocobalamin (B12).
The Vegan SocietyWe’ve come a long way! The Vegan Society was founded in November 1944 and we’ve made tremendous of progress since. Early vegans The Vegan Society may have been established 70 years ago but veganism has been around much longer. Evidence of people choosing to avoid animal products can be traced back over 2,000 years. As early as 500 BCE, Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras promoted benevolence among all species and followed what could be described as a vegetarian diet. Around the same time, Siddhārtha Gautama (better known as the Buddha) was discussing vegetarian diets with his followers. Fast forward to 1806 CE and the earliest concepts of veganism are just starting to take shape, with Dr William Lambe and Percy Bysshe Shelley amongst the first to publicly object to eggs and dairy on ethical grounds. The first modern-day vegans In November 1944, Donald Watson (right and below) called a meeting with five other non-dairy vegetarians, including Elsie Shrigley, to discuss non-dairy vegetarian diets and lifestyles. Though many held similar views at the time, these six pioneers were the first to actively found a new movement - despite opposition. The group felt a new word was required to describe them; something more concise than ‘non-dairy vegetarians’. Rejected words included ‘dairyban’, ‘vitan’, and ‘benevore’. They settled on ‘vegan’, containing the first three and last two letters of ‘vegetarian’. In the words of Donald Watson, it marked “the beginning and end of vegetarian.” The story continues The Vegan Society continues to hold true to the vision of our founding members as we work towards a world in which humans do not exploit other animals. We’re as determined as ever to promote vegan lifestyles for the benefit of people, other animals and the environment.
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