Sundown Naturals
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Sun Facts



Your small intestine makes up about two-thirds of the length of your digestive tract, and is where most digestion and nutrient absorption takes place.


Your body naturally produces energy, but supplements and certain foods help this process.* 


Antioxidants fight free radicals which may lead to the premature aging of cells.* 


Antioxidants help fight free radicals, which lead to oxidative stress of the premature aging of cells.  

Valerian Root has been traditionally used to support your body's natural rhythm.*
A healthy immune system is the best defense we have against microbes, bacteria and more!
B-12 not only helps in energy metabolism, but also supports heart health.*
Probiotics help balance "good" and "bad" bacteria in your body to keep it working in balance.
Did you Know that B-12 is an important vitamin for heart and circulatory health, and also supports your energy metabolism?*
Did you know that 1 in 133 Americans have gluten sensitivity?
It takes 21 days to break a bad habit! Start today, and in less than a month you should find yourself habit-free!
Vegetarianism has traditionally been linked to the people of ancient India. Even today, Indians make up more than 70 percent of the world's vegetarian population.
Exposure to sunlight is the way your body naturally produces Vitamin D. This is a key nutrient to help your body absorb calcium and support immune health.*
Melatonin is a hormone used by the body to help regulate a person’s circadian rhythm – the natural daily cycle of sleep and wakefulness.*
Vitamin B-6 not only aids energy metabolism, but is a necessary part of over 100 enzymes and metabolic reactions in the body.*
By supplementing with Ubiquinol, you are providing your body with an active form of CoQ10 that is ready to fight free radicals.*
In addition to helping support sugar metabolism, Cinnamon has one of the highest antioxidant levels of any spice.*
If you’re not getting enough Vitamin D every day, you may not be able to adequately absorb Calcium and your body will take Calcium from your bones. The recommended daily intake for Vitamin D is between 600 and 800 IUs per day.4
Melatonin, a hormone naturally secreted by the pineal gland in the brain, works in harmony with your natural sleep cycle to nutritionally support sound sleep.*
As an essential nutrient, Vitamin A supports immune function and helps maintain the health of the eyes and skin.*
As one of the world’s most popular spices, just 1 gram or more per day of Ginger Root helps promote a healthy digestive system.*
Vitamin C and Vitamin E are antioxidants that are naturally found in the body.
Because your bones are the major calcium storage site in the body, if you do not get enough from your daily diet, your body will “steal” the calcium from your bones to make up the difference.*
46% of the U.S. population associate taking Omega 3's as a benefit to their heart health.1
Adults over age 50 should get Vitamin B-12 from lean meat, fortified foods or vitamin supplements to meet the recommended intake of 2.4 micrograms (mcg) of Vitamin B-12 per day.2
Biotin is a water-soluble B Vitamin – which means that it can’t be stored in the body, and you need a fresh supply of it every day to support energy metabolism.*
Heart health is the #1 health concern in the U.S.3 You can support a healthy heart with supplements such as Co Q-10 and Fish Oil.*
St. John’s Wort naturally promotes a healthy mood for people who seek herbal support to maintain a positive outlook.*
Daily stretching of your body not only helps promote healthy joints, muscles and tendons, but also increases mental and physical relaxation.
The body needs a minimum of 13 vitamins for proper function: Vitamins A, C, D, E, K and the B vitamins (thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid and biotin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and folacin).*
B-complex vitamins have multiple applications. They help to maintain healthy skin and hair, nervous system function and support energy metabolism.*
99% of the calcium in your body is stored in your bones and teeth.

4 IOM (Institute of Medicine). 2011. Dietary Reference Intakes for Calcium and Vitamin D. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
1 Natural Marketing Institute (NMI) Health & Wellness Trends Report 2010
2 American Heart Association.
. Accessed on June 16, 2011.
3 American Heart Association.