The Top 12 Things You Must Know When Buying A Multivitamin

Multivitamin

The Top 12 things you must know when buying a Multivitamin.  Ok, so you know you need to take a multi and when you do, it makes sense to take the best or else why bother, right?  A poor quality supplement is at best a waste of money and at worst a detriment to your health, so do it right.  This list is compiled from the top nutrition scientists in the industry & based on over 50 years of of clinical research.

 

1.      The Multivitamin must contain 23 essential vitamins and critical minerals needed by adults

Anything less and it is an incomplete supplement

2.      The Multivitamin must contain a balanced amount of 2,500 IU of Beta Carotene

Critical support for healthy eyes, skin and your immune system.

3.      The Multivitamin must contain a balanced amount of 120 mg of Vitamin C

Critical support for immune defenses, healthy eyes, teeth, gums, bones, muscles

and blood vessels

4.      The Multivitamin must contain a balanced amount of 800 IU of Vitamin D3

Critical support for calcium absorption and healthy bones and teeth

5.      The Multivitamin must contain a balanced amount of 60 IU of Vitamin E

Critical support for heart and cell health. Also promotes lung, colon and immune

function

6.      The Multivitamin must contain a balanced amount of 300 mcg Biotin

Critical support to help your body produce energy from protein and fats

7.      The Multivitamin must contain a balanced amount of 450 mg of Calcium

Critical support for strong bones, nerve transmission and muscle contraction

8.      The Multivitamin must contain a balanced amount of 200 mg of Magnesium

Critical support for strong bones and muscle function. Also helps retain normal

blood pressure and heartbeat

9.      The Multivitamin must contain a balanced amount of 1000 mcg of Boron

Critical support in the metabolism of Vitamin D and minerals involved with

bone development

10.   It must NOT contain any artificial flavors, sweeteners, colors or preservatives

None of those things contribute to a healthy body and can actually be harmful

11.   The manufacturer must be able to PROVE its purity standards and clinical studies

If the manufacturer performs any less than 340, purity and quality tests for contaminants (i.e.: pesticides, etc.) it means you are at risk for consuming an unsafe or contaminated product. The clinical research must be reported in peer-reviewed scientific journals and open and available for anyone to see

12.  The manufacturer must provide an unconditional guarantee

This ensures extraordinary quality commitment and that’s what you are looking for.

Use this list when seeking out a multivitamin as it will assure that you are not mislead, hurting your health or wasting your money!

Lynne is a Certified Nutrition Consultant and Therapeutic Massage and Ethics Educator with extensive study in preventative nutrition and physiology. For over 35 years, Lynne has helped thousands of people through consulting, seminars and writing.

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