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Complete H2O Minerals Has Developed a Product for Seniors Using the Benefits of Liquid Vitamins and Minerals
Date:3/1/2013

West Columbia, SC (PRWEB) March 01, 2013

Complete H2O Minerals, a leading provider of liquid vitamins and minerals and other nutritional supplements, recently developed a process which takes advantage of liquid vitamins and minerals for senior citizens. The company explains special health consideration that prevent seniors from absorbing nutrients from food and the pill form of vitamins and minerals, and discuss key advantages of a liquid supplement's high absorption rate.

The most significant benefits of liquid vitamins and minerals for senior citizens is that they are easy to swallow and have a high assimilation rate. Senior citizens have a digestive system that is not as efficient as when they were younger. In addition, they may be unable to eat a healthy diet due to medical conditions and may take medication that can interfere with the body's ability to digest and absorb the nutrients in food. The ability of liquid vitamins and minerals to be 100% absorbed enables vital organs such as the liver, pancreas and thyroid to improve function.

"The use of liquid vitamins and minerals by seniors can promote healthy function of organs and may result in a better quality of life with increased energy levels, improved mental alertness, decrease in joint and muscle pain and an overall feeling of well being," said Lonnie Birmingham of Complete H20 Minerals. "Seniors who currently take nutritional supplements in pill form will get better absorption rates when they switch to the liquid vitamins and minerals, more value for their money and less waste."

Complete H2O Minerals provides a complete selection of mineral water, liquid vitamins and blends that utilize the latest technology to deliver vitamins and minerals to the body at the cellular level. The liquid supplement company is committed to providing superior customer service and the highest quality dietary supplements available at a competitive price. For complete information about all Complete H2O Minerals products, visit their website at http://www.completeh2ominerals.com.

About the company:

Complete H2O Minerals is an FDA-inspected facility that uses the latest and most developed technology to deliver minerals and vitamins to the body at the cellular level. Their nutritional supplements consist of mineral water, vitamins and a special blend of each. Headquartered in Columbia, SC since 2004, Complete H20 Minerals distributes their products nationwide. With a focus on the highest industry standards, affordability for the consumer, and environmental responsibility, Complete H2O minerals is a quality choice for vitamin and mineral supplements.

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