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"I'm just trying to help people get their vitamins on a daily basis," said the founder.Doustdar had just 60 seconds to Power Pitch his big idea to a panel of experts with Dr.Doustdar was one of these multivitamin takers, but said he never enjoyed swallowing those "horse pills." However, according to the University of Rochester Medical Center, most Americans do not get enough vitamins and minerals in their daily diet.In fact, the Physician's Desk Reference reports that only 10 to 20 percent of the nutrients in pill vitamins are absorbed into the human body, but absorption of liquid vitamins is about 98 percent.
According to this research, liquid vitamins can be up to 10 times more effective than nutritional supplements in pill form.
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