Universal Nutrition Launches Zinc Picolinate Formula Just in Time for Fall
Universal Nutrition, the supplement brand probably best known for their Animal Pak Multivitamin for Bodybuilders has been a long standing popular brand in the sports nutrition supplement space. While the brand is probably best known for sports nutrition supplements, earlier this year when the Coronavirus was kicking off the brand began rolling out a line of vitamins and supplements more geared towards overall health and wellness.
This newer line of products featured much different branding than the brands long running black and yellow branding. These products featured a white bottle with a Silver "U" and a green oak tree on the bottle. Some of the supplements in this line include a Vitamin C formula, Vitamin E formula, Immun-C and several other supplements.
Well, Universal Nutrition has just added a straightforward Zinc Picolinate supplement to this line. The product again is a pretty basic straightforward supplement, 25mg of Zinc Picolinate. This one comes just in time for Fall and the flu season when most of us are trying to bolster and strengthen our immune systems.
No word yet on when this one is going to be released or what the price point will be, but this one should be out in the coming weeks.
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