All you need to know about ethical vitamins.
Our health is top of mind for many of us, and keeping healthy in the Winter months has taken on a whole new significance in light of the pandemic. Supplements and healthy eating are two ways to look after your welbeing. When it comes to vitamins they are not all created equal. This informative chart shows the differences in what you might find in a vitamin supplement. It is surprising to see the contrast between many mass produced supplements and the Viridian version.
Viridian is an ethical company – this starts with the sourcing of ingredients and the manufacturing procedures. They guarantee non-GM, non-irradiated and 100% active ingredients with no unecessary additives whatsoever. No added sugars, no colourings or artificial flavourings making their products as ‘clean’ and pure as they can be. They were named as Best Buy in Ethical Consumer magazine and in The Good Shopping Guide. The magazine and annual directory commended them for our commitment to pure ingredients, environmental awareness and charity donations.
The Viridian Nutrition range comprises 200+ award-winning products includes vitamins, minerals, herbs, nutritional oils, speciality supplements, tinctures and balms all formulated to be healthful, efficacious and pure. Their immune support range has 18 products in it and comes in different forms from tablets to drops and liquid. Other extensive ranges cover: digestive health, female health, male health, joints, fertility, beauty, brain and sugar management.
They are proud to be ‘Leaping Bunny approved‘, this means that although they are absolutely against the use of animal testing and do not test any of products or ingredients on animals, the ingredients Viridian choose all have a tradition of safe use in humans. So from the seed to the recycling bank, Viridian Nutrition maintains an ethical philosophy at every stage.
People in Heathfield can now find Viridian supplements in their local specialist health store:
Wholefoods Healthstore, Station Approach , Heathfield, East Sussex TN21 8LG: Telephone: 01435 866532