Future Kind - Fight The Most Common Vegan Deficiencies
We've solved the problem with Vegan Multivitamins.
Future Kind has identified the three nutrients that vegans are most commonly deficient in and has removed everything else.
Roughly 20% of the US population is deficient in B12, but for vegans, it could be up to 92%. That's because B12 is made by bacteria, which either lives in dirt or inside animals stomachs, neither of which your average vegan eats!
There are two other important nutrients that most people in the U.S., vegan or not, aren't getting enough of and that's Omega-3 and Vitamin D. Omega-3 is extremely important to look after our brains, and we need vitamin D to have healthy bones.
Our pollutant-free, algae-derived Omega-3 is a game changer. Cruelty-free, sustainably produced, plant-based and rich in the Omega-3 fatty acids EPA & DHA, you won't find it in 99% of vegan multivitamins. You might be thinking you're already getting enough Omega-3 from foods like walnuts and flaxseeds, but these are a source of ALA, which the body can't easily convert to the fatty acids the body most needs: EPA and DHA.
Vitamin D supplements are made from lanolin, which is an icky substance produced by sheep glands. Fortunately, we use the only vegan society registered D3 called Vitashine, made from the plant, lichen. D3 also has the added benefit over D2 of helping increase our lifespan. Again, you won't find Vitashine in 99% of other vegan multivitamins, but you shouldn't settle for less.
B12 is arguably the most important vitamin for vegans. Up to 92% of vegans aren't getting enough, which is why most doctors will recommend supplementing. But have you looked at the dosage on most vegan multivitamins? They're almost always less than the recommended 100mcg to 400mcg a day. Ours is a healthy 400mcg.
We're proud of our supporting ingredients which work together to increase the potency and benefits of our formula. They include Sunflower Lecithin (non-GMO), Coconut Oil, Candelilla Wax.