Boostceuticals Commemorates Bravery this Memorial Day 2019

On Memorial Day, the holiday that pays tribute to those who gave their lives serving in the military for our country, Boostceuticals takes the time to honor these selfless men and women by offering a special 10% off coupon to boost health and wellness.

New York NY, United States - May 6, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

It is almost Memorial Day, a holiday that has become synonymous with a long weekend, cookouts, parades, and local fairs. But Memorial Day actually began as Decoration Day, borne out of the Civil War as a way to remember those who passed in service to the country. Officially proclaimed on May 5, 1868 by General John Logan, “The 30th of May, 1868, is designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers, or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country during the late rebellion, and whose bodies now lie in almost every city, village and hamlet churchyard in the land.” Over one hundred years later, Congress approved the Uniform Monday Holiday Act in 1971, setting the day of remembrance on the last Monday of May. Today, Memorial Day is celebrated with an annual ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery and local observances around the nation.

“Every year at Boostceuticals on Memorial Day, we take time to remember the bravery of the men and women who have served our country in uniform. “ said Leo Eliades, CEO Boostceuticals. “And we believe that bravery is synonymous with healthy living as we can fully express our bravery when we are well and are experiencing a high quality of life.” Boostceuticals is dedicated to supporting people on their pursuit of health and wellness.

As a health and wellness brand, Boostceuticals has the perfect blend of science and nature. Their brand has been developed by industry professionals – nutritionists, and other healthcare experts who understand both the science behind vitamins and supplements and the need for quality in the industry. All of their vitamins and supplements are made with the highest quality standards in the USA in an FDA certified facility adhering to all GMP requirements.

Every step is taken to ensure the development of superior and fine quality nutritional supplements. With the use of natural ingredients and being GMO free, it has become the sensible and healthier choice for every American household. Each of their nutritional supplements have undergone the lengthy process of non-GMO verification, which entails repeated rounds of tedious, lengthy, and costly testing; but the advantages of a 100% GMO-free nutritional supplement line using top-tier innovative technology directly correlates with their commitment to only the best quality products and dedication to personal best health. Boostceuticals’ nutritional solutions are designed to help one feel great and achieve their best health, naturally.

Boostceuticals is offering a special 10% off discount to any of their supplements. Boostceuticals firmly believes that the bravery of the nations heroes rooted from their robust health. Take advantage of this limited time offer today –simply use the code: MEMORIAL2019 upon checkout. This sale ends Tuesday, May 28th! Visit to shop!

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