Get Smart about Vitamin D Deficiency with SmartyPants

Do you know what your vitamin D levels are? Many doctors are calling vitamin D deficiency an epidemic. Meet the multitasking multivitamin with vitamin D and Omega 3 DHA—Smarty Pants!


Do you know what your vitamin D levels are?

Leading doctors, including Well+Good regular Dr. Frank Lipman, have called Vitamin D deficiency “an epidemic,” since most of us work indoors at our desks and just don’t get the amount our bodies need from sunlight.

Causes for concern: Vitamin D deficiency plays a role in osteoporosis and osteopenia, 17 varieties of cancer, heart disease, obesity, infertility and PMS, chronic fatigue, depression, and that’s just the first half of the list.

How to protect yourself: SmartyPants makes it easy to get, and even to enjoy, 600 IU per day of vitamin D. That’s 150% the daily recommended intake. SmartyPants also acts as your complete multitasking multivitamin by including Omega 3 DHA from eco-friendly small fish oil (yet, miraculously, without the fishy aftertaste).

Why you’ll love them: You get to eat six delish SmartyPants gummies per day. They’re made from impeccably sourced materials and produced in California by Venice Beach parents obsessed with making totally clean, natural vitamins for their children. The kids vitamins were a huge hit and parents wanted in too. Voila, SmartyPants for Grown-Ups!

Why to buy them right now: Well+Good readers get 20 percent off! That means a 3-month supply costs $54 (regularly $67.50). Use code: WELLGOOD20

We keep a communal jar at the office and it acts as our water cooler.  Nab a supply for you and your office mates today. Better yet, expense them. Offer ends July 10.

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