Zenith Labs Joins Vitamin Angels In the Battle to End Child Malnutrition

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Zenith Labs & Vitamin Angels team up to deliver life-saving vitamins and medication to children across the world.

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Zenith Labs has partnered with Vitamin Angels to help put an end to childhood malnutrition and infections worldwide. Each year, about 250-million preschool aged children are impacted by Vitamin A deficiency and parasitic worms. It’s a serious problem which causes slow growth, excruciating pain, weakened immune systems, declining vision, and much more. Many of these children will become blind and die within 12-months.

At a glance:

  • 100s of millions of children suffer needlessly from Vitamin A deficiency and parasitic infections. These kids need urgent help.
  • Malnutrition and infections cause stunted growth, blindness, and death.
  • Zenith Labs is now partnered with Vitamin Angels to help deliver life-saving nutrients and medication to children in over 70 countries.

“Children are our future – and each one of them deserves to live their lives free from the terrible burden of malnutrition and disease,” says Zenith Labs’ Medical Research Director, Dr. Ryan Shelton.

To achieve this ambitious goal, Zenith Labs is teaming up with Vitamin Angels, a non-profit company who’ve helped provide nutrition and medication to more than 70 million children in over 70 countries. Founded in 1994, Vitamin Angels is rated in the top 4% of charities in the world for trust and efficiency.

Beginning today, Zenith Labs will donate a portion of their profits to help support the nutritional and health needs of children across the world. For each product Zenith Labs sells, 2 children will receive an entire year of Vitamin A and deworming medication.

About Zenith Labs

Founded in 2016 by a team of health professionals, Zenith Labs is a health and wellness company. Zenith Labs combines the best in traditional medicine and modern science to create premium health supplements used by thousands of people across the world.

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