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About Nature's Dynamics
Nature's Dynamics is the first to offer plant based vitamins and minerals from organic ingredients in a delicious whole food gummy. Bringing the science of nature back into nutrition, Nature’s Dynamics proudly uses water extracted vitamins and minerals from organic whole food ingredients with NO single isolate vitamins and NO synthetic sources.
Nature's Dynamics brings you the world's first & only line of gummy supplements utilizing plant-based vitamins and minerals, all Made in the USA!
The smartest choice for a growing body
Certified Organic Multivitamin
Vegan Garden Gummies by Nature's Dynamics is the WORLD'S FIRST certified organic vegan multivitamin gummy for kids.
Vegan Garden Gummies carries the USDA organic seal, and is also certified through EcoCert and QAI.
Gluten Free & Vegetarian
Imagine your child getting the benefits of your organic garden in a plant based multivitamin blend. Vegan Garden Gummies are a great tasting, 100% vegetarian, certified organic, plant based multivitamin packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and Folate from organic fruits and vegetables.
Vegan Garden Gummies is also a gluten free vegetarian product! However, they may contain trace amounts of wheat starch (<10ppm).
Organic Food Based Vitamins
With the support of researchers and scientists worldwide, Nature's Dynamics believes that the best way to get vitamins and minerals is through whole foods.
Nature's Dynamics does not use any synthetic vitamins in their blends, and by water extracting their ingredients from whole food, important cofactors and conutrients that aid in absorption are still present. These make an easy to digest and delicious gummy!
Replenish with important, plant based nutrients
Vegan Garden Gummies contains a full spectrum of water-extracted vitamins and minerals
B vitamins, also known as the vitamin B complex, are essential to many functions of the body and also help convert food into usable energy to keep you moving throughout the day. B vitamins come in many forms, including B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and B9. These have a positive effect on many bodily functions ranging from heart health, mood, body composition, and digestive functions.
A deficiency in B vitamins can lead to fatigue, depression, anemia, constipation, poor digestion, and more. B vitamins are especially important for brain, nervous, and cardiovascular function. In addition, B vitamins regulate the breakdown of food, and facilitate the metabolism and use of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
Vitamin B1, or thiamine, is one of the B vitamins in Vegan Garden Gummies that is essential to any multivitamin formula. Because vitamin B1 is easily destroyed in food production, there is a high risk for individuals to develop a deficiency. These deficiencies often manifest themselves in nervous system, heart, and digestive malfunctions.
Vitamin B1 is essential to energy metabolism, as it is a key player in the production of energy from carbohydrates and fats. Vitamin B1, or thiamine, is also a good example of the interaction between B-complex vitamins, as a deficiency in vitamin B9 or B12 can lead to the absorption of vitamin B1 being compromised.
Vitamin C & Vitamin E
Vitamin C is essential to the body because it is essential to tissue repair, bone growth, healthy skin, and fighting infection. Some researchers also believe that those with vitamin C deficiency can have poor iron absorption. Collagen, a structural protein, is only produced when vitamin C is present, and this material is crucial to the maintenance of bones, cartilage, tendons, and skin.
Vitamin E, an antioxidant, is also a fundamental part of nutrition, as it can aid in forming and using red blood cells, and well as helping the development of skeletal muscle. Vitamin E also aids in the absorption of vitamin K. As an antioxidant, vitamin E can protect bodily tissue from damage associated with free radicals.
While biotin is often purchased as a standalone product to improve hair, skin, and nail health, it is also part of the B vitamin complex, meaning it plays a role in the conversion of carbohydrates into energy. Biotin is crucial in keeping your skin, hair, liver, eyes, and nervous system healthy.
Biotin not only influences many vital metabolic functions, but also aids enzymatic processes. Deficiency of biotin can lead to skin disease, intestinal tract disorders, brittle hair, fatigue, and nervous system issues.
Vegan Garden Gummies for kids also supplies an assortment of important minerals, sourced from our Organic Blend of Guava, Lemon, Amla, and Holy Basil. These include iron, magnesium, zinc, copper, chromium, manganese, potassium, selenium, and calcium!
Minerals help our cells to function properly, and are essential for a number of bodily processes. Minerals are important for maintaining good bone and tooth health, hair and skin health, nerve function, various metabolic functions, and they are all integral to maintaining normal bodily health!
“ These gummy vitamins are really the best vegan vitamins I've found yet! They have their USDA organic and EU organic seals right on the bottle so you know it's a product created with the utmost attention to detail. ”
Vegan Garden Gummies includes our Certified Organic Blend!
Water-extracted nutrients from Guava, Lemon, Amla, and Holy Basil
Guava is rich in vitamins and minerals such as antioxidant Vitamin C, iron, and is also abundant in flavonoids. Guavas are also a good source of B-complex vitamins.
Lemons, or citrus limon, are a fantastic source of Vitamin C and are also a great source of folate. In addition, lemons are packed with phytonutrients providing antioxidant and antibiotic effects.
Indian Gooseberry, or amla, is abundant in Vitamin C content, and also contains vitamins and minerals such as phosphorus, iron, and B-complex vitamins. Amla is also a powerful antioxidant.
Used in Ayurvedic medicine as an adaptogen, Holy Basil enhances the body’s response to both physical and emotional stress. The herb native to tropical Asia also demonstrates antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Carotenoids are pigments found in fruits and vegetables that provide health benefits to those who consume them, such antioxidant, anti inflammatory, and immune benefits. Certain carotenoids are also converted into Vitamin A.
Vitamin B1, or thiamine's, main function is to create energy from ingested foods and in addition plays a role in DNA & RNA synthesis.
Vitamin B2, riboflavin, supports healthy skin, maintains regular nervous system activity, and also keeps the eyes healthy. Riboflavin, in addition, helps release energy from eaten foods.
Vitamin B3, niacin, benefits healthy energy usage in the body and also acts as a blood vessel dilator, meaning that it can help regulate blood pressure.
Vitamin B5, pantothenic acid, is vital in hormone as well as cholesterol production, and is also essential for the metabolism of the macronutrients of fat, carbohydrates, and proteins.
Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine, assists in the metabolism of macronutrients and aids in the production of red blood cells and antibodies.
Vitamin B9, folate, is vital to ensure proper brain and also influences mental and emotional health. It also helps to facilitate DNA & RNA production. Vitamin B9 also works together with vitamin B12 help the body utilize iron properly.
Vitamin C is essential to tissue repair, bone growth, healthy skin, and fighting infection. Collagen, a structural protein which is crucial to bone, cartilage, tendons and skin, is only formed when vitamin C is present.
Vitamin E, an antioxidant, protects cells against the damaging effects of free radicals, and also aids in immune function, cell signaling, and other metabolic processes.
Biotin, also known as vitamin H or vitamin B7, is vital to a healthy metabolism and to the creation of important enzymes. Functions and parts of the body that benefit from biotin include the metabolism, skin, digestive tract, and nerves.
Iron's role is in making hemoglobin and myoglobin (proteins that carry oxygen). Iron is also an important component of collagen (a structural protein used in forming bone, cartilage, and other connective tissue) and also enzymes.
Magnesium influences many biochemical reactions and enzymes systems in the body including muscle and nerve function, protein synthesis, and blood glucose control. Magnesium also plays a role in the structural development of bone, DNA & RNA synthesis, and muscle contraction.
Zinc is needed in the body for immune system function, facilitation of cell division and growth, and the metabolism of carbohydrates. Zinc is also important for the senses of smell and taste, and also enhances insulin action.
Copper helps the body form red blood cells, and also promotes blood vessel, nerve, immune, nerve, and bone health. In addition, Copper helps the absorption of iron, and can also act as an antioxidant.
Chromium is important in the breakdown of fats and carbohydrates. Chromium can also improve brain function by stimulating cholesterol and fatty acid synthesis, and furthermore can aid in glucose metabolism.
Manganese plays a role in forming connective tissue, bone health, and blood clotting. Manganese is also important to carbohydrate metabolism, blood sugar regulation, and calcium absorption.
Potassium functions in the body to build proteins, break down carbohydrates, maintain normal body growth patterns, and manage the electric activity of the heart. Deficiencies can lead to weak muscles, abnormal heart rhythm, or a rise in blood pressure.
Selenium is good for the body in small amounts. It helps your body make antioxidant enzymes, and based on recent research may prevent cardiovascular disease and damaging effects of heavy metals and other substances.
Calcium, a mineral, helps the body build and keep bones healthy, and also plays a role in nerve and muscle signaling and contraction. About 99% of the bodies calcium is stored in the bones and teeth.
“ I love how with the popularity of Veganism rising there is also an increase of great products with vegans in mind. I can't wait to see different kinds of vegan gummies from Nature's Dynamics! ”
Frequently Asked Questions
Below you can find answers to most frequently asked questions
- What is the source of the gelling agent in Vegan Garden Gummies?
The gelling agent is pectin from certified organic fruits.
- What is the recommended serving size for the Vegan Garden Gummies?
The recommended serving size is 2 gummies
- Where do the vitamins come from, if they aren't synthetic?
Our vitamins and minerals are water extracted from our Organic Blend of Guava, Lemon, Amla, and Holy Basil.
- Is Vegan Garden Gummies certified organic?
Yes! Vegan Garden Gummies are certified organic by the USDA, European Union, EcoCert, and QAI!
- Why are the amounts of nutrients lower in comparison to other vitamins?
By sourcing their vitamins and minerals from whole foods and supplying important conutrients, absorption is far greater in comparison to synthetic, isolated vitamins and minerals.
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- Utilizes organic plant-based vitamins and minerals
- World's first USDA certified organic vegan gummy multivitamin
- Water extracted vitamins and minerals
What the media is saying
Supplementation for vegans is a must!
“Beef and lamb are two of the highest sources of zinc. So it's easy for those who keep these items out of their mouths to not get enough of the mineral that undergirds your immune function.”
“If appropriately planned, a vegan diet can provide for the needs of people from all stages of life but particular attention should be paid to adequate energy, protein intake and sources of essential fatty acids, iron, zinc, calcium and vitamins B12 and D.”
“Animal products do offer nutrients that support growth, body functions and a healthy immune system. It's important that these nutrients are acquired from other food sources after you stop eating meat”
"Frida Harju says. 'It's easy to pick things like deep-fried falafel (which can be OK as part of a balanced diet) for ease, which is going to be really bad for you in the long term as you will lack essential vitamins and minerals.”
"The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for iron for vegetarians is 1.8 times higher that than that for non-vegetarians. This is because vegetarians generally absorb little-to-no heme iron (animal sources of iron)."
"Veganism involves significant dietary restrictions, so in order to prevent deficiencies vegans must be diligent to consume plant-based sources of nutrients commonly found in animal products. In some cases, supplementation may be advised, but speak with your physician before consuming supplements."