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Lacking in vitamins ? Looking for an exceptional supplement to boost your health and compensate for any deficiency? You’ve come to the right place: Supersmart offers a choice of the best vitamin supplements on the market.

Nothing has been left to chance: doses, forms, ways of increasing bioavailability, and combinations of vitamins have all been carefully studied in order to offer products of the highest quality and safety. You’ll find supplements that address widespread deficiency, such as vitamin D, essential for healthy bones, vitamin C, often indicated for combatting fatigue, vitamin K, essential for blood clotting and tissue calcification, and vitamin B12, in which there’s growing deficiency in the West.

Annatto TocotrienolsAnnatto Tocotrienols

Beneficial for cardiovascular health. 90% delta-tocotrienols, the most biologically active form of vitamin E.

39.00 €(41.25 US$)
5 9 reviews

A stable and potent form of vitamin C that can penetrate cells, and that maintains telomere length

37.00 €(39.14 US$)
5 10 reviews

Remarkable inhibitor of Advanced Glycation Endproducts (AGE)

29.00 €(30.67 US$)
5 6 reviews

Wide-spectrum natural carotenoid complex

55.00 €(58.18 US$)
5 3 reviews
Coenzymated B FormulaCoenzymated B Formula

Complete range of B vitamins directly usable by the body. New formulation with even greater bioavailability

42.00 €(44.43 US$)
4.5 6 reviews
Complete KComplete K

Complete formulation – the three most bioavailable forms of vitamin K

41.00 €(43.37 US$)
5 7 reviews
Ester C®Ester C®

Non-acidic, four-times-better-absorbed form of vitamin C

39.00 €(41.25 US$)
4.5 9 reviews
Inositol Hexanicotinate (IHN) 500 mgInositol Hexanicotinate (IHN) 500 mg

Improved, safer, ‘no-flush' form of niacin

28.00 €(29.62 US$)
4 3 reviews
Liposomal Vitamin C 335 mgLiposomal Vitamin C 335 mg

Highly-bioavailable form of vitamin C

52.00 €(55.00 US$)
5 32 reviews
MK-7 90 mcg + Vitamin D3MK-7 90 mcg + Vitamin D3

Now in a single daily dose! A form of vitamin K2 with high bioavailability

38.00 €(40.19 US$)
5 22 reviews

The most active form of vitamin B12, used primarily to regenerate neurons.

22.00 €(23.27 US$)
5 22 reviews
Natural E 400Natural E 400

400 IU Alpha Tocopherol (natural Vitamin E) 

39.00 €(41.25 US$)
5 4 reviews

An essential vitamin for your anti-ageing regime

30.00 €(31.73 US$)
5 1 reviews
Pantethine 200 mgPantethine 200 mg

A derivative form of vitamin B5 for combatting ‘bad’ cholesterol

44.00 €(46.54 US$)
4.5 8 reviews

Natural form of vitamin B6, powerful glycation inhibitor

29.00 €(30.67 US$)
5 1 reviews
SuperFolate 200 mcgSuperFolate 200 mcg

A new generation of folic acid recognised as safe and effective by the EFSA and FDA

22.00 €(23.27 US$)
5 8 reviews
Triple CTriple C

Ascorbic acid + calcium ascorbate + ascorbic palmitate

28.00 €(29.62 US$)
5 16 reviews
Vitamin D3 1000 UIVitamin D3 1000 UI

Healthy individuals now require a minimum dose of 1000 IU a day.

17.00 €(17.98 US$)
5 40 reviews
Vitamin D3 5000 IUVitamin D3 5000 IU

To help prevent the risks of vitamin D deficiency Fat-soluble vitamin in oil form = increased bioavailability

19.00 €(20.10 US$)
5 114 reviews
Vitamin D3 Spray 2000 IUVitamin D3 Spray 2000 IU

In its most absorbable form to prevent chronic disease.

18.00 €(19.04 US$)
5 16 reviews

‘Deficiency-risk’ vitamin deficiency supplements

Here, we summarise the main functions of several ‘deficiency-risk’ vitamins, and their best dietary sources. Vitamin D (the sunshine vitamin) is essential for healthy bones and teeth. It enables the body to use phosphorus and calcium to ensure growth and maintenance of bone structure. There are two forms of vitamin D – ergocalciferol (or vitamin d2) present in plants, and an animal form called cholecalciferol (or vitamin d3). Both are converted by the body into calcitriol, the form responsible for vitamin D’s benefits. A lack of vitamin D can result from too little time in the sun: exposure to the sun’s rays actually generates almost 80% of the vitamin D we need.

For optimum efficacy, vitamin D should be taken in small doses at repeated intervals (as the body can absorb no more than 500mg of calcium at a time). Where is vitamin D found? Foods rich in vitamin D include fish (salmon, herring, tuna), eggs, milk and soya drinks.

Vitamin C protects against infection, promotes healing and facilitates iron absorption. It is often indicated in cases of short-term fatigue. Where can you find vitamin C? In many brightly-coloured fruits and vegetables (peppers, oranges, strawberries, kiwi, broccoli…).

Vitamin K is essential for processes of coagulation and tissue calcification. Common in newborn babies, vitamin K deficiency can be corrected through the use of vitamin deficiency supplements. It may also help prevent and treat osteoporosis. Which foods are the best sources of vitamin K? Primarily, green vegetables (particularly dark green) such as spinach and broccoli, as well as algae, liver, milk and fish oils. Vitamin E, vitamin b1 and vitamin b12 are also among those vitamins for which Western populations may be at risk of deficiency.

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