Let’s celebrate the first anniversary of World Vitamin Day in 2023


Vitamins, along with other micronutrients, are the only scientifically validated means of universal health care


Dear Sir or Madam,

Dear Members of the Dr. Rath Health Alliance,

Dear Friends,

After taking a major step into the future with the world’s first patented micronutrient combinations, World Vitamin Day on July 2 provides a nice opportunity to look back. On July 2, 1994, two-time Nobel Laureate Dr. Linus Pauling and Dr. Matthias Rath presented the results of their joint research to the world at a press conference at the Mark Hopkins Hotel in San Francisco: The cause of most heart diseases is a long-term vitamin deficiency. If this deficiency is eliminated, these diseases can be eradicated as a cause of death on a global scale.

This medical breakthrough in the treatment of myocardial infarction and other cardiovascular diseases has inspired the research community in every country of the world to further explore these relationships, publishing more than 30,000 scientific studies to date. The application of this knowledge has saved the lives of millions of heart patients.

As we know today, vitamin research has been able to prove the effectiveness of vitamins and other micronutrients in controlling all human-specific health problems. They are the best means of universal health care, and vitamin C has a special role because it is involved in almost all important processes in human metabolism.

On July 2, 2023, we want to use this historic date as an opportunity to bring these important health insights to everyone we can reach. This very affordable, side-effect-free, and effective approach compared to pharmaceutical-oriented medicine can provide a way out of seemingly intractable health problems for many people seeking advice.

These are great for sharing the upcoming first anniversary of World Vitamin Day with people you are in personal contact with, have on your personal mailing list, or perhaps can reach via messenger services like WhatsApp or Telegram. Of course, these motifs should also be shared on social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Using the hashtags #worldvitaminday or #wvd23 (World Vitamin Day 2023), you can find a lot of information about this memorable day.

The following collection of links makes information on World Vitamin Day easily accessible and can be used for conversations and discussions. Let’s make this year’s World Vitamin Day a special event. By the way, this July 2, all new customers will receive a one-time 7% discount in the webshop. Now that’s a reason to celebrate!

Best regards
Your Dr. Rath Team

Social Media

Facebook post: 🌍 Celebrate World Vitamin Day with us on July 2! Did you know that vitamins have been helping to maintain health and prevent disease for over a century?🌱 Despite their vital role, many people do not know the benefits they offer. We can change that! We are committed to spreading scientifically sound knowledge about vitamins and making optimal daily intake a human right. Let’s raise awareness together and ensure a healthier future for all! #WorldVitaminDay #WVD2023

Instagram post🌍 Remember the date! July 2 marks World Vitamin Day, a global initiative to promote the importance of vitamins in our daily lives. Did you know that vitamins have been helping to maintain health and prevent disease for over a century? 🌱Join us in raising awareness for a healthier world and advocating for science-based vitamin knowledge. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #WorldVitaminDay to show your support! 💊🌱 #WVD2023

Twitter post: 🌍 The power of vitamins deserves the spotlight! Join us on July 2 for #worldvitaminsday and help spread the word about their importance. Scientifically sound knowledge about vitamins should be accessible to all. For a healthier future! 💪💊 #WVD2023


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