Sunday, April 15, 2012

vivioptal for use

What are Vivioptal Multivitamin Ingredients?
Vivioptal contains a well balanced and complex spectrum of vital ingredients such as: Vitamins, Minerals, Lipotropic Substances (choline, inositol, orotic acid, ethyl-linoleate and lecithin from soy beans), Adenosic Acid, Lysine, Vitamin D3, Mineral Salts, Trace Elements and Other Bioactivators.

Product Note: Vivioptal multivitamin is made in Germany by: Dr. Gerhard Mann, Chem-Pharm. Fabrik GmbH, 13581 Berlin, Germany.

Shipping Information:
Vivioptal Multivitamin is available for international delivery worldwide to: Europe, Asia, The Middle East, The Caribbean, Central and South America.

Vivioptal Multivitamin Can Help in the Following Cases:
Physical and mental fatigue
Disturbed sexual activity because of impotence
Mental and physical weakness
Disturbed blood supply because of bad cholesterol
Nervousness and increased irritability
Tiredness and sleepy during the day
Defective memory and forgetfulness
Lack of concentration and attention
General weakness & tired all the time
Vivioptal Contains The Following Lipotropic Substances:
Vivioptal Vitamins contain these Lipotropic Substances 
(Choline, Inositol, Orotic Acid, Ethyl-Linoleate, Lecithin from soy beans) which protect the liver and help in preventing deposits of cholesterol in the tissues and arteries.
Adenosic Acid is another component of Vivioptal Vitamins dialets the coronary arteries and, with the help of potassium and magnesium, improves the heart output by increasing the blood flow through the cardiac heart walls, thus increasing the functional capacity of the heart which help to remove saturated fat from arteries.

Lysine together with Vitamin D3 and the calcium salt, helps prevent brittleness of the bones. It stimulates cell division and , in combination with the Orotic Acid, promotes Nuclein Synthesis.

Vivioptal Multivitamin Suggestions and Uses:
Insufficient consumption of vitamins and minerals.
Unable to absorb vitamins and minerals in general.
Convalescence of diseases.
Convalescence of surgical operations.
Special or restricted diets.
Nutritional Intolerance to some foods.
Increase of requirements in vitamins and minerals.
Abnormal excretion of vitamins and minerals.
Vegetarians who do not have enough levels of vitamin B12.
Weight loss diets with less than 1200 calories a day.
For elderly persons with a sedentary lifestyle.
For athletes who perform high performance exercise.
For persons who perform heavy physical labor.

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