Kansas City, MO, April 08, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- CardioTabs has announced a new promotion partnership with Vitamin Angels. Vitamin Angels, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing child mortality by connecting vital nutrients to at-risk populations in the U.S. and around the world. In 2011, Vitamin Angels connected essential nutrients with 24,846,893 at-risk infants and children in 41 countries around the world, including the U.S.
“Vitamin deficiency is a prevalent problem among the majority of Americans causing cancer, reduced immunity, heart disease and more,” commented Kansas City cardiologist James O’Keefe, MD. “Something as simple as a dose of essential nutrients twice a year could give at-risk children the chance to lead nourished lives.”
CardioTabs is putting the ability to help these at-risk children in the hands of their consumers. “We are thrilled to be partnering with Vitamin Angels! For each CardioTabs Daily Multivitamin purchase, we will donate 25 cents to this great cause,” commented Michelle Jerred, CardioTabs director of operations.
Malnutrition affects nearly one-third of the world’s children and is the underlying cause of over thirty percent of all child deaths in those under five years old. This pervasive threat affecting millions of children each year spurred CardioTabs, a health supplements company and harbinger for good health, to provide an outlet to help these children.
"We looked for an organization with core values that matched ours and whose message really spoke to us," stated registered dietitian and CardioTabs Chief Nutrition Officer Joan O'Keefe. "It's a great feeling to know what an impact we are making on these children."
CardioTabs was founded in 1999 by cardiologist James O'Keefe, MD, and Joan O'Keefe, RD to provide their patients, clients and family the ideal combinations of vitamins and minerals. Today, CardioTabs provides a highly concentrated line of cardio health supplements and offers articles, webinars and videos on a range of health and wellness topics. For further information contact Aaron Razavi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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