Save Our Supplements

Those of us who are trying to support health nutritionally know the importance of using vitamin and mineral supplements in addition to making dietary changes. Erica White's protocol to work with Candida albicans in supporting gut ecology includes the vital aspect of a tailor-made supplement programme. Such a supplement programme forms a part of the recommendations within a Nutritionhelp report, as Erica has seen first hand how including nutrients at adequate levels can help to encourage health. Therefore, you may find the email below from Save Our Supplements helpful in letting you know what you can do to try to keep nutritional supplements available:


Urgent – we need your support

The European Union’s plan to regulate the supplements market is back on the agenda. It means there’s a very real danger that our vitamins and mineral supplements could be dramatically weakened and some may disappear. Millions of ordinary people will be denied the freedom to choose the supplements they rely on. We need your help to fight these unnecessary and unwelcome EU restrictions.

What action are we taking?

As you may know, Consumers for Health Choice has been successfully opposing the changes for over 15 years. Over 250,000 people have already supported the Save Our Supplements campaign – but now we’re taking it to the next level. We’re aiming for a further million people to sign our petition. That’s why we’re re-launching with a new website, new graphics, new posters and leaflets – plus a massive social media push.

4 important things you can do

Share this email with friends and family
Sign our petition – and encourage everyone else to do so – on Facebook or on our website.
Get involved at facebook/chcsos, twitter/chcsos and youtube/soschc
Contact your MP – find their details and download a letter template from our website to send an email
Remember, it’s absolutely vital that we prevent the EU from banning some supplements and taking away our choice. It’s in your hands. For more information, and to get involved, visit www.saveoursupplements.org.uk

Thanks for your support,

Yours sincerely

The SOS team

 

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