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    Multivitamin

    The Daily Double

    • Complements a typical diet with essential vitamins & minerals*
    • Fermented for absorption
    • Manufactured in the United States
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    Non-GMO
    Non-GMO
    Fermented
    Fermented
    Vegetarian
    Vegetarian
    Gluten-Free
    Gluten-Free
    The basics
    Strong Research
    Strong Research
    The body requires essential vitamins and minerals to function, but most people don't perfectly meet the daily amounts of each recommended by the USDA. Taking a multivitamin is one way to help ensure that you are meeting those goals. As an alternative to taking a multivitamin, you can take a customized set of vitamins that better fill any gaps in your diet.
    The basics
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    Did you know?

    More than a third of all Americans take a multivitamin each day.

    Research and benefits

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    Alcohol can deplete essential nutrients

    Drinking alcohol regularly can deplete many important vitamins in your body. If you drink alcohol daily, you should consider a multivitamin.

    Number of studies

    2

    Years of studies

    2003-2016

    Double-blind placebo

    No

    Drinking alcohol regularly can deplete many important vitamins in your body. If you drink alcohol daily, you should consider a multivitamin.

    Helps fill nutritional gaps

    Multivitamin is a wide term used to describe a supplement that contains vitamins and minerals but may also contain herbs and other specialty ingredients. Taking multivitamins can be beneficial to health for people who don’t get the proper nutrients from a balanced diet. Many people find it difficult to eat a balanced and healthy diet, and multivitamins can help fill the nutritional gaps.<br><br>On the other hand, multivitamins are formulated in response to a typical diet. If you have a unique diet, a typical multivitamin may not adequately address your need for certain vitamins or minerals. Further, most multivitamins often do not include certain beneficial nutrients, like fish oil.

    Number of studies

    3

    Years of studies

    1999-2015

    Double-blind placebo

    No

    Multivitamin is a wide term used to describe a supplement that contains vitamins and minerals but may also contain herbs and other specialty ingredients. Taking multivitamins can be beneficial to health for people who don’t get the proper nutrients from a balanced diet. Many people find it difficult to eat a balanced and healthy diet, and multivitamins can help fill the nutritional gaps.

    On the other hand, multivitamins are formulated in response to a typical diet. If you have a unique diet, a typical multivitamin may not adequately address your need for certain vitamins or minerals. Further, most multivitamins often do not include certain beneficial nutrients, like fish oil.

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    Smarter formulas

    Manufactured in the U.S.

    Our vitamins and essential minerals are combined to create our multivitamin, encapsulated in the United States. We then issue a number of tests to ensure that the final product contains the correct levels of active ingredients and meets industry standards on quality and safety.

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    Better
    ingredients

    Our multivitamin is fermented with organic yeast, enzymes, and probiotics, making it resemble a vitamin in food-based form. Most other multivitamins contain isolates, which are less bioavailable. As a result, our multivitamin comes in a highly active form that is easy for your body to absorb.

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