Dr. Axe's Fermented Vitamin Kit

  • Fermented D3 Complex
  • Fermented B Complex
  • Women's or Men's Fermented Multi

Dr. Axe's Fermented Vitamin Kit

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  • Fermented D3 Complex
  • Fermented B Complex
  • Women's or Men's Fermented Multi

Support healthy energy levels, metabolism health and get a B12 boost†

Dr. Axe's Fermented B-Complex contains energy-supporting and healthy metabolism-supporting B vitamins from whole foods.†

Plus, it features a blend of fermented botanicals and algae.

It’s specifically designed to:

  • promote healthy energy levels.†
  • support a healthy metabolism†
  • offer a B12 boost

The Vital B Vitamins

The truth is everyone needs B vitamins, but for millions of Americans, the standard diet comes up short on these essential nutrients. This can lead to symptoms of energy slumps, a sluggish metabolism and more.†

A lack of B vitamins can have far-reaching effects. But getting enough B vitamins can be transformative!

Stress Can Rob You of B Vitamins

It’s no secret that many of us are under a lot of stress. Among work, our social lives, our kids, and the day-to-day tasks of life, many of us never have a chance to slow down.

And it shows.

All that stress wears on our bodies. Over time, it can actually disrupt our energy levels and more.

Remember that B vitamins are essential for supporting energy and overall health.†

So, what are you supposed to do to make sure you get enough B vitamins?

Before I tell you the answer, I want you to know one key fact: B vitamins are water-soluble.

Why is that important? Well, since they dissolve in water, your body cannot store them. So, you need to replenish your B vitamins almost daily if you want to maintain normal energy levels and support your overall health.†

The B Vitamin Breakdown

In combination, B vitamins play a critical role in supporting a healthy energy reserves, a healthy metabolism and more.†

But here’s a breakdown of each B vitamin and its major contribution to your overall health:

B1 (Thiamine): B1 supports healthy energy levels.†

B2 (Riboflavin): B2 supports a healthy metabolism.†

B3 (Niacin): B3 supports healthy energy from foods consumed.†

B5 (Pantothenic Acid): B5 helps support energy from foods consumed.†

B6 (Pyridoxine): B6 helps metabolize a number of nutrients to create energy.†

B7 (Biotin): B7 supports a healthy metabolism.†

B9 (Folic Acid): Your body can't produce folic acid on its own, but it’s needed for energy and more.†

B12 (Whole food fermented B12): B12 is a well-known energy supporter.†

You’ll be thrilled to know that my Fermented B Complex contains all of these B vitamins plus more.

In fact, I've also included a Fermented Botanical and Algae Blend in my Fermented Vitamin B-Complex.

This botanical blend contains specially selected ingredients.

So, go ahead and try my Fermented B-Complex. I believe your body’s going to love it!

Support Immune, Bone and Brain Health†

My Fermented Vitamin D Complex is specially formulated vitamin D supplement with:

  • Supports immune system, bone and brain health
  • 5,000IU of a food-based vitamin D3
  • Features a Fermented Botanical Blend
  • With a Plant-Based Probiotic

Vitamin D is critical for supporting your overall health. Adequate levels of this “sunshine vitamin” are known to support immune system, bone and brain health.†

Vitamin D3 is Essential

Coming up short on vitamin D is a definite concern for Western world. In fact, nearly 75 percent of American adults and teens don’t get adequate vitamin D intake, which can be a misstep. 

Getting enough vitamin D supports:

  • A healthy immune system†
  • Healthy bones†
  • Brain health†

In short, vitamin D is essential to your body. It’s not only a vitamin but it’s also a pro-hormone which works throughout the body to support a healthy immune system and overall health.†

But most of us simply aren’t getting enough vitamin D, which is why a vitamin D3 supplement can be a good idea.

Why We Don’t Get Enough Vitamin D

Getting enough sunlight is one of the best ways to ensure you meet your vitamin D requirements. But the reality is: most of us spend our days inside our homes and offices and don't get enough sun exposure. When we do make it outside, we’re on-the-run and only out there for short durations.

Put simply, most of us don’t get enough sunshine. Even when we do, that doesn’t guarantee we’ll be able to produce and consume vitamin D3 the way our bodies are designed to.

For example, many people over the age of 50 can’t make vitamin D the same way they could when they were younger because as people age, their kidneys lose some ability to convert vitamin D to its active form.

But it’s not just age.

A lot of factors affect a person's vitamin D levels—ranging from their age to their skin’s melanin content to their geographic location.

The end result? A lot of us come up short on vitamin D.

So, how do you get adequate vitamin D?

In a perfect world, we’d all get enough vitamin D from our diet by eating vitamin D-rich foods, such as wild-caught salmon (and other fatty fish such as tuna, mackerel and sardines), raw dairy such as cheese and yogurt as well as eggs and mushrooms.

But it’s really difficult to get enough vitamin D from diet alone. That’s mostly because vitamin D content in foods is highly variable.

For example, fatty fish such as salmon and mackerel are great sources of vitamin D, but farmed salmon generally provides only one-tenth to one-fourth of vitamin D, by comparison.

If a person follows a vegetarian or vegan type of diet—and millions of people do—then vitamin D foods are difficult to come by in their diet alone, since animal sources are typically the best sources of vitamin D.

That’s why I believe it’s good to take a whole food vitamin D supplement to ensure your body gets what it needs to thrive.†

Unfortunately, some may compromise the quality of their vitamin D supplements, or they don’t mix the vitamin with fat, and that prevents it from being absorbed by the body, since vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin.
The incredible news about the Fermented Vitamin D3 supplement is it delivers 5,000 IU of fermented food-based vitamin D3, mixed with fats and a plant-based probiotic, to support its absorption.†

But that’s not all.

Our Fermented Vitamin D Complex includes a special Fermented Botanical Blend for extra nutritional support and energy.†

Why be D-ficient?

Don’t come up short on vitamin D. Get Fermented Vitamin D Complex now and experience how easy getting enough vitamin D can be.

If you want to stop coming up short on the “sunshine vitamin,” give Fermented Vitamin D Complex a try. I personally recommend it to my patients, my own mom and my family.

I strongly believe that Fermented Vitamin D Complex is one the best vitamin D supplements on the market. There is no other formula I would recommend.

*At time of manufacture

Introducing a Women’s Multivitamin Made from Whole Foods, Organic Herbs and Fermented Vitamins

Women have specialized needs, so they deserve a multivitamin and mineral supplement that supports them—in a real food, fermented form. Among other things, my specially formulated Women’s Fermented Multi Offers:

  • Nutrients from Real Food and Fermented Herbs
  • Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K
  • A special Organic Women’s Botanical Blend
  • Chromium
  • Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin—a highly absorbable, active, natural form of B12—like the B12 in the body.) Vitamin B12 is known as the “memory vitamin,” and is water-soluble, so it needs to be replenished.
  • Along with vitamin B12, other B vitamins (vitamin B complex) to support healthy energy levels.†

    Why a “Fermented” Multi?

    Fermentation is an ancient process used to break down food into more absorbable components. During the fermentation process, microorganisms use aerobic and anaerobic metabolism to convert food compounds into powerful metabolites. Here are some key benefits of fermentation:

    • Fermentation pre-digests nutrients and beneficial compounds into more accessible and bioavailable forms.
    • During fermentation, key vitamins are increased and even created, particularly B vitamins, as well as other micronutrients that may not have been present in the original food.
    • In some instances, fermentation can actually make certain foods more edible and more digestible, such as roots, leaves, nuts, tubers, seeds and grains.
    • Fermentation can increase the presence of probiotics in the food.

      An important takeaway: Fermentation is believed to help boost the vitamin and mineral content of whatever is being or has been fermented—including multivitamin and mineral supplements.

      Here’s a snapshot of some of the vitamins and minerals in my Women’s Fermented Multi, including:

      • Vitamin D3
      • Vitamin K
      • Vitamin A
      • Magnesium
      • Calcium
      • Vitamin B12
      • B Vitamins
      • Vitamin C (from Organic Camu Camu and Acerola)
      • Iodine
      • Zinc
      • Selenium

      Dr. Axe Women’s Fermented Multi also features an Organic Women’s Botanical Blend, with a blend of beneficial botanicals, including clinically studied Organic Ashwagandha Extract, Organic Amla Berry Extract, Organic Sprouted Fermented Chia Seed, Organic Sprouted Fermented Flax Seed, Reishi Mycelium, Organic Schizandra, Organic Dong Quai, Organic Holy Basil, Organic Chaste Tree Berry and Organic Sage.

      Do You Need a Multivitamin and Mineral Supplement? Most Likely, YES.

      Here’s why: Ideally, our diets should provide all the nutrients, including vitamins and minerals, we require daily. For many Americans, however, the diet consumed isn’t nutritionally adequate.

      For example, in years past, it’s been determined that approximately two-thirds of the standard U.S. diet is made up of unhealthy fats and refined sugars with low or no nutrient density—providing calories but not the amounts of vitamins and minerals needed, including vitamins A, B Complex, C, D and the minerals calcium, magnesium and zinc. (Oftentimes, women are among those who experience these shortfalls.)

      In that scenario, the remaining one-third of the average diet must somehow compensate for what is lacking. The fact is that the rest of the diet is probably not from nutrient-dense food either and cannot possibly fully meet a person’s nutrient needs.

      One great way to get more vitamins and minerals into your diet is to include nutrient-dense, real foods. Unlike our standard American diet, nutrient-dense foods can deliver a vitamin and mineral wallop.

      As an added step, many people use a daily multivitamin to help support adequate nutrient intake.

      How about you? Do you need a multi?

      If so, try my Women’s Fermented Multi. It’s Non GMO, is made from real food and fermented herbs, and is specially formulated to meet the nutritional needs of women.  

      Heads up, guys! This is especially for you—a Men’s Multi Made from Whole Foods, Organic Herbs and Fermented Vitamins.

      Here’s a positive trend when it comes to guys and their health: In recent years, and in 2017 specifically, there’s been more emphasis on men’s health.

      However, a few years back, a national survey reported that nearly 70 percent of men find it easier to care for their cars than they do for their own health. If that’s you, then it’s time to start your nutritional engine—and keep it revving!

      You see, I believe it’s never too late to start focusing on your health, and one way to “cover your bases” nutritionally is to consider taking a quality multivitamin and mineral supplements.

      Well, guys, look no further.

      I’ve formulated a multivitamin and mineral supplement in real food, fermented form, and here’s some of what’s in it for you:

      Men’s Fermented Multi Offers:

      • Nutrients from Real Food and Fermented Herbs
      • Vitamin D3
      • A specially formulated Organic Men’s Botanical Blend
      • 70 mcg of fermented folic acid
      • Chromium
      • Selenium
      • Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin—a highly absorbable, active, natural form of B12—like the B12 in the body). Vitamin B12 is known as the “memory vitamin,” and is water-soluble, so it needs to be replenished.
      • Along with vitamin B12, other B vitamins (B Complex) to support healthy energy levels.†

      Why a “Fermented” Multi?

      Fermentation is an ancient process used to break down food into more absorbable components. During the fermentation process, microorganisms use aerobic and anaerobic metabolism to convert food compounds into powerful metabolites. Here are some key benefits of fermentation:

      • Fermentation pre-digests nutrients and beneficial compounds into more accessible and bioavailable forms.
      • During fermentation, key vitamins are increased, particularly B vitamins.
      • In some instances, fermentation can actually make certain foods more edible and more digestible, such as roots, leaves, nuts, tubers, seeds and grains.
      • Fermentation can increase the presence of probiotics in the food.

      Here’s a snapshot of some of the vitamins and minerals in my Men’s Fermented Multivitamin Capsules, including vitamin D3, vitamin K, vitamin A, magnesium, calcium, vitamin B complex, vitamin C, iodine, zinc and selenium. 

      Dr. Axe Men’s Fermented Multi also features an Organic Men’s Botanical Blend, with a blend of beneficial botanicals, including clinically studied Organic Ashwagandha Extract, Organic Saw Palmetto, Organic Ginger, Organic Broccoli, Organic Ginseng, Organic Cordyceps Mycelium, Organic Cayenne Pepper and Organic Fenugreek.

        Guys, Here’s Why Men’s Fermented Multi May Be a Great Place to Start When Focusing on Your Health

        In a perfect world (and no dietary off-roading), our diets should provide all the nutrients, including vitamins and minerals, we require daily. For many Americans, however, the diet consumed isn’t nutritionally adequate.

        For example, nearly two-thirds of the standard U.S. diet is made up of unhealthy fats and refined sugars with low or no nutrient density—providing calories but not the amounts of vitamins and minerals needed, including vitamins A, B Complex, C, D, E and the minerals calcium, magnesium and zinc. For men in particular, many come up short on vitamin D, magnesium, vitamin B12, potassium and iodine.

        So, if you’re among those who would say two-thirds of their diet is less than stellar nutritionally, then the remaining one-third of the average diet must somehow compensate for what is lacking. The fact is that the rest of the diet is probably not from nutrient-dense food either and cannot possibly fully meet a person’s nutrient needs.

        One great way to get more vitamins and minerals into your diet is to include nutrient-dense, real foods. Unlike our standard American diet, nutrient-dense foods can deliver a vitamin-packed and mineral-packed wallop.

        As an added step, you can add daily multivitamin capsules to help support adequate nutrient intake.

        So, here’s what I believe is a good start for focusing on your health: begin with a quality men’s multivitamin. Whether you’re interested in bodybuilding, or just want to enjoy the everyday benefits of closing nutritional gaps, the right multivitamin may be an essential step on your path to success.

        If you’re game, go ahead and give my Men’s Fermented Multi a try. It’s Non GMO, is made from real food and fermented herbs, and is specially formulated to meet the nutritional needs of men.

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