The Oxylent Difference
Oxygenates: The naturally occurring enzyme SOD worked to promote the conversion of hydrogen peroxide into beneficial oxygen and water, enhancing cellular oxygenation.
Hydrates: Important electrolytes control the balance of fluid in the body. They are also important for muscle and nerve function, blood pressure, movement of nutrients into the cells, and the removal of waste product from the cells.
Circulates: The amino acid L-Arginine promotes healthy blood flow, which significantly improves circulation.
Rejuvenates: A full range of B vitamins support adrenal health and immune and nervous systems. High-potency antioxidants: vitamin C, selenium, and bioflavonoids are also included. 1000 IU natural vitamin D3 supports bone and heart health.
Third-Party Tested - Vitalah's products are independently tested for potency and purity. We require these vigorous tests to ensure our high quality standards are met. Oxylent has been shown to be exceptionally pure.
Unsurpassed Antioxidant power with 20 IU of SOD, one of the most powerful antioxidants on the planet. Each IU eliminates billions of free radicals!
Multiple Award-Winning Formulas
Albion's mineral chelates offer better absorption than common mineral. Oxylebt delivers everything you want in a multivitamin—optimum absorption, premium science-backed ingredients, 100% GMO-free, no sugar or anything artificial. Choose Oxylent because you care about what you put in your body—and so do we.
Albion Human Nutrition is the most established and globally recognized leader in the chelate industry. Albion is the bis-glycinate chelate manufacturer to be approved by EFSA, European Food Safety Authority.
Adults: 1 packet daily; 2 when traveling or exercising. Children over five: ½ packet daily. Shake packet and pour contents into 4-6 oz of water to taste.
Citric acid, natural fruit flavors, beet powder, stevia.
Gluten, dairy, soy, caffeine, and GMO free
Manufactured in a cGMP facility
As with any dietary supplement, you should consult a doctor before taking if pregnant or nursing.
Variations in taste may occur due to natural fruit flavors