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Hero Nutritionals Launches its New "Vitamin D3 Formula of Slice of Life Gummy Vitamins for Adults."
Date:4/11/2009

ve that any vitamin could taste this good. Slice of Life ® adult gummy vitamins are portable, are easy to chew and swallow, and have a delicious taste that make taking your vitamins a fun and pleasurable experience you will want to do every day.

Customers who have purchased Slice of Life ® Vitamin D3 rave about the new product by sending Hero Nutritionals testimonials such as these:

"I love your new Vitamin D gummy vitamin. I purchase your other Slice of Life Products and have added this one to my daily regimen of supplements. I know I don't get enough sunshine in the area I live in and was told by my doctor to take Vitamin D3 to prevent the risk of developing osteoporosis."
-J. Harmon

"The lemon flavor Vitamin D3 absolutely taste delicious. I have trouble swallowing pills and with Slice of Life, I don't have that problem anymore. I enjoy all your vitamins as a snack at work everyday; they taste so good it is hard to believe they are vitamins."
-M. Moore

The Slice of Life ® family of Gummy Vitamins for Adults includes:

Multi-Vitamin + Lycopene
Complex daily supplements for adults including Lycopene, a powerful antioxidant.

Vitamin C + Pomegranate
Adult daily supplement of Vitamin C for immune systems with Pomegranate a popular antioxidant

Omega 3-6-9 Fish Oil Free
Supports healthy skin, joint flexibility, and strong immune function. Its unique patent pending formulation is Fish Oil Free.

CoQ10
Supports healthy heart and cardiovascular function

Energy + B12
Promotes vitality and cell regeneration

NEW Vitamin D3
Support absorption of calcium for healthy bones and teeth

Slice of Life Gummy Vitamins for Adults can be found at fine Health Food stores throughout the United States. Visit Hero Nutritionals website to find stores that carry the Slice of Life product line.

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