It's all in the ingredients.
The Daily, our scientifically formulated hydration mix, contains 15 naturally-sourced nutrients that have been specifically selected to help fill gaps in nutritional intake of the modern diet.
The Daily is pharmaceutical grade - TGA Approved - and Australian-made.
It contains just 10 calories per serve and has no added sugar.
Below you can find the ingredients found in The Daily, their common role in your body and the most concentrated food sources they exist in.
+ Thiamine plays an essential role in metabolism, aids nutrients to energy conversion.
+ Enhances the development of myelin sheath around nerve cells
+ The richest food sources include pork, sunflower seeds and wheat germ.
+ Riboflavin helps convert food into energy and also acts as an antioxidant.
+ Plays a key role in maintaining collagen levels for healthy hair & skin.
+ Foods highest in riboflavin include organ meats, beef and mushrooms.
+ Plays a role in cellular signaling, metabolism and DNA production and repair.
+ Food sources include chicken, tuna and lentils.
+ Is a calcium salt of the water-soluble vitamin B5.
+ Like other B vitamins, pantothenic acid helps your body obtain energy from food and is also involved in hormone and cholesterol production.
+ Liver, fish, yogurt and avocado are all good sources.
+ Is involved in amino acid metabolism, red blood cell production and the creation of neurotransmitters.
+ Aids in hormone control that control a number of activities and metabolic responses.
+ Foods highest in this vitamin include chickpeas, salmon and potatoes.
+ Also known as folate; is needed for cell growth, amino acid metabolism, the formation of red and white blood cells and proper cell division.
+ It can be found in foods like leafy greens, liver and beans or in supplements as folic acid.
+ Perhaps the most well-known of all the B vitamins, B12 is vital for neurological function, DNA production and red blood cell development.
+ Found naturally in animal sources like meats, eggs, seafood and dairy.
+ Vitamin C supports many essential body functions, such as antioxidant defenses, collagen formation and supporting the immune system.
+ Guava, kale and red capsicum are exceptionally rich in Vitamin C.
+ In the body Vitamin D is turned into calcidiol, the storage form of the vitamin, which is then converted into calcitriol, the active steroid form.
+ Vitamin D affects various cells related to bone health, for example telling the cells in the gut to absorb calcium and phosphorus.
+Found in some animal foods, like fatty fish and egg yolks.
+Iron is a mineral that serves several important functions, its main being to carry oxygen throughout your body and making red blood cells.
+An essential nutrient found in legumes, red meat ,spinach and other leafy greens.
+Your body needs calcium in order to circulate blood, move muscles, and release hormones. Calcium also helps carry messages from your brain to other parts of your body.
+Found in dairy products such as milk, cheese, and yogurt, dark green vegetables.
+Manganese is a trace mineral, which your body needs in small amounts. It’s required for the normal functioning of your brain, nervous system and many of your body’s enzyme system.
+An essential nutrient and can be found especially in seeds and whole grains, as well as in smaller amounts in legumes, beans, nuts, leafy green vegetables and tea.
+One of magnesium's main roles is acting as a cofactor or "helper molecule" in the biochemical reactions continuously performed by enzymes.
+An essential nutrient also found in Avocados, nuts and legumes.
+Zinc is required for numerous processes in your body, including gene expression, zinc is required for numerous processes in your body, including gene expression, immune function and protein synthesis.
+An essential nutrient found in meat, seeds and dairy.
+Concentrated electrolytes. Coconut water contains electrolytes, vitamin C and several important minerals.
Summary of Excipients
This product contains other than active ingredients: Natural and nature identical flavours, and colours, citric acid and sucralose.
Soy peanuts, dairy, egg
Vitadrop is a food first company. Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet. Take The Daily in conjunction with a balanced diet for best effect.