Halal-certified, gelatin-free multivitamin hits market

Halal-certified, gelatin-free multivitamin hits market

The only halal certified multivitamin with 1,000 IU of vitamin D3, Nutrition Enhancement's new product is designed to give Muslims a high-quality, gelatin-free option.

Nutrition Enhancement Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of Halal Omega-3 fish oil, has announced the launch of halal certified gelatin-free multivitamin product. Nutrition Enhancement Multivitamin is specially formulated with key nutrients to support the health of both men and women of all ages. The product is equivalent to leading brands in the market, but it is formulated without gelatin. It is the only halal certified multivitamin with 1,000 IU of vitamin D3. The product is designed to support immunity, physical and mental energy, and the health of the heart, breast, prostate, colon, bone, eye, and skin.

Market data shows that people have vitamin deficiencies, especially in vitamin D. Emerging research shows that vitamin D is necessary for optimal health. Issues arise when individuals do not expose to sun (source of vitamin D), particularly Muslim women due to a dress code that involves wearing of the scarf or Hijab. With just a single tablet, this exciting product provides the key nutrients, including 1,000 IU Vitamin D3.

“Feedback from customers and physicians has been overwhelmingly positive and warmly welcomed. We look forward to the continued expansion of our product portfolio of high quality, safe, and innovative products that meet the needs of health conscious Muslims,” said Emad Yasseen, Director of Scientific Affairs.

Nutrition Enhancement Multivitamin is gelatin free and halal certified by Islamic Services of America (ISA). “It is challenging today for Muslims to find high quality dietary supplements that meet the Halal guideline. The majority of multivitamins supplements brand contain animal gelatin as shown on the label. Most of the animal gelatins are made from pork byproducts. For this reason, many Muslims do not take dietary supplements despite the health benefits. Those that do, are most probably unaware of this,” Emad further explained.


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