Revitalize Your Lunar Celebration with Vitality and Well-being!

Step into the vibrant revelry of Lunar New Year, the ultimate fiesta also known as Chinese New Year (CNY)! Picture this: we're knee-deep in joyous celebrations, indulging in scrumptious delights to those late-night shindigs that leave us buzzing.

But here's the real talk – our bodies take a hit from all the hustle and bustle. The preparation work alone is enough to drain our energy tanks, not to mention the guilty pleasures of diving into rich, high-fat foods, a bit of binge drinking, and perhaps a bit too much celebratory cheer.

The question is, how do we keep the party going without feeling like we've been hit by a festive freight train? Well, our liver, responsible for detoxification and energy regulation, can become overworked, leading to fatigue and a noticeable lack of vitality. But fear not, as we spill the beans on the secrets to navigating CNY with both style and vitality!

Step into the spotlight with Appeton Essentials MV21 Ginseng + Selenium – it's like injecting a burst of energizing support to turbocharge your recovery. The Panax Ginseng in this supplement enhances body endurance1 and helps in combating fatigue brought on by festive celebrations. Ginseng's ability to improve cellular oxygen utilization is a boon for overall energy creation. The enhanced oxygen supply empowers cells to generate energy more efficiently, leading to increased physical and mental stamina2. And hold on, because there’s more goodness to unfold! Selenium - the potent antioxidant that swoops in to shield your cells from the mischief of free radicals. Here's the cherry on top – it's not just any shield; it's formulated with a whopping 100% of the US Dietary Reference Intake. With the surge in COVID-19 cases, Selenium, along with 21 multivitamins in this supplement, forms a powerhouse to boost your immune system3. The results? Your body not only revels in top-notch protection but also receives a robust boost of resilience against stress.

Now, let's talk snacking – because who can resist those tempting treats during the celebrations? This is where the magic of lipotropic substances4 – inositol, choline, and niacin – comes into play. Think of them as the cleanup crew for your liver, pulling off a meticulous task similar to the housekeeping frenzy we unleash for CNY. They break down fats and effectively utilize them to form essential components of our cell membranes.

Ultimately, our body operates like a finely tuned machine, steering clear of any unwanted fluff storage. Sure, our bodies can produce some lipotropic substances on their own in the liver, but let's face it – it's often not enough to meet our daily needs. That’s where supplementation becomes a valuable support to maintain optimal functioning.

Lunar New Year isn't just about fireworks and red envelopes; it's about starting fresh, wiping the slate clean, and infusing hopeful energy into the coming year. So, extend the same courtesy to your body – set it up for a year of good vitality with Appeton Essentials MV21 Ginseng + Selenium. With just one caplet a day, that's your golden ticket to keeping the party going without leaving your body hanging. Because a flourishing and energized body is the perfect foundation for a year brimming with prosperity and fulfilment! Cheers to a vibrant, spirited you in the year ahead!



  1. Kim, H.-G., Cho, J.-H., Yoo, S.-R., Lee, J.-S., Han, J.-M., Lee, N.-H., Ahn, Y.-C., & Son, C.-G. (2013). Antifatigue effects of panax ginseng C.A. meyer: A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. PLoS ONE, 8(4).
  2. Jin, T.-Y., Rong, P.-Q., Liang, H.-Y., Zhang, P.-P., Zheng, G.-Q., & Lin, Y. (2020). Clinical and preclinical systematic review of Panax Ginseng C. A. Mey and its compounds for fatigue. Frontiers in Pharmacology, 11.
  3. Alshammari, M. K., et al (2022). Selenium and covid-19: A spotlight on the clinical trials, inventive compositions, and patent literature. Journal of Infection and Public Health, 15(11), 1225–1233.
  4. Fardet, A., & Chardigny, J.-M. (2013). Plant-based foods as a source of lipotropes for human nutrition: A survey of in vivo studies. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 53(6), 535–590.