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NEWS: Oxylent Featured Article on HowToLearn.com

wp_news_howtolearnWe are proud to have a featured article up on HowToLearn.com!

Here is a brief synopsis:

Adequate intake of vitamins and minerals is critically important during the rapid brain growth and cognitive development of childhood and throughout adolescence.

In fact, certain brain areas such as the frontal lobes continue to develop well into young adulthood. This is one of the reasons why the nutritional requirements for children are higher in proportion to body weight than they are for adults. Furthermore, many children have increased nutritional needs due to certain conditions like ADD/ADHD, asthma, allergies and autism…

Read the rest of the article at HowToLearn.com.

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3 comments on “NEWS: Oxylent Featured Article on HowToLearn.com

  1. Gro
    January 18, 2013

    Oxylent for children is the best thing on the market today, It tastes great so children ask for it ,and the ingredients are the best quality of it’s kind.!

  2. Leila Bolster
    May 7, 2013

    My husband has noticed that he does not have joint pain after taking Oxylent. Why????

    • vitalah
      May 7, 2013

      We’re happy to hear of your husband’s experience—that is great news! Your question is difficult to answer because every person is so different, but the SOD in Oxylent has been shown in some studies to promote joint health, as well as help with pain.* It’s a very powerful antioxidant and it’s one of the things that make Oxylent’s formula unique. Thank you for your feedback!

      *Information provided by Vitalah does not replace medical advice or treatment, and Vitalah products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or medical condition. All patients should always consult with their healthcare provider before using any dietary supplement.

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