Omvits Veganuary Giveaway

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But feel free to check out our website for our range of vegan supplements to support your plant-based diet!

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These three nutrients are difficult to get on a plant-based diet, but with Omvits you don't have to compromise on quality or your values to get them!

Omega-3 DHA

An essential fatty acid for anyone who doesn't get much oily fish in their diet, which supports heart, brain and eye health. 

Made from sustainable marine algae - the same source where fish get their omega 3 from too!

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Vitamin B12

Also known as the 'energy vitamin', B12 plays a vital role in the reduction of tiredness and fatigue as well as other important functions throughout the body. It's really important and very easy to be deficient without realising!

B12 is not produced by plants or animals. This is why a supplement is essential.

Vitamin D

The body can create its own vitamin D through exposure to sunlight. However, due to our increasingly indoor lifestyles and reduced sunlight during the winter months, many of us do not get sufficient vitamin D from the sun. Even meat-eaters often don't get enough.

D3 is the most effective form of vitamin D. Our D3 is sourced from Lichen extract - one of the only plant sources of vitamin D3.

Are these supplements only for vegans?

Absolutely not! Even non-vegans can suffer from these deficencies. This is the perfect set of supplements for you if you're:

  • Trying to going vegan for Veganuary
  • Already vegan or vegetarian and don't take any supplements to fill the gaps in your diet
  • Suffering from tiredness or fatigue (you may be deficient in B12)
  • Having joint trouble (omega 3 may help)
  • Feeling low (vitamin D deficiency in the winter may be affecting your mood)
  • Environmentally conscious and prefer ethical and sustainable alternatives for your health supplements
  • Pregnant and looking for clean supplements to support your growing baby and its development