Energized Multi+ (60 and 180 tabs)
Energized Multi+ is an advanced, synergistic formula of 40 essential nutrients (vitamins, fully ionized elemental minerals and active cofactors that enhance uptake) to protect the body, heart and brain. Each of the 40 nutrients packed into this powerful and compact super multi is provided in the optimal and the most functional amounts, using only those mixed nutrient forms found in nature and proven through research to be safe and effective. The easy-to-swallow tabsules provide an advanced, 100% active ingredient formula proven in placebo-controlled studies. Learn More
- 40 nutrients - vitamins, fully ionized elemental minerals, and active cofactors that enhance uptake.
- Alkalizing forms
- Gluten-free, binder-free
- 100% natural, 100% active
Serving Size: Two (2) tabsules
Number of Servings: Large (180 tabs) — 90 servings, Small (60 tabs) — 30 servings
- Vitamin A (beta-carotene).......1,500 mcg
- Vitamin B-1 (thiamine HCl)......50 mg
- Vitamin B-2 (riboflavin, 22.5 mg; riboflavin 5'-phosphate, 5 mg)......27.5 mg
- Vitamin B-3 (niacin 12.5 mg; niacinamide 37.5 mg)......50 mg
- Vitamin B-5 (calcium d-pantothenate)......50 mg
- Vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine HCl, 80 mg; pyridoxol 5'-phosphate, 20 mg)......100 mg
- Vitamin B-12 (hydroxocobalamin)......100 mcg
- Folate (calcium folinate 100 mcg, (6S)-5-Methyl-tetrahydrofolate (as Quatrefolic™) 100 mcg)......200 mcg
- PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid)......15 mg
- Biotin (pure crystalline)......250 mcg
- Vitamin C (100% l-ascorbate, fully reduced)......75 mg
- Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol)......5 mcg
- Vitamins E (from mixed natural tocopherols)*......67 mcg
- Vitamin K-1 (phylloquinone)......250 mcg
- Potassium (as citrate)......49.5 mg
- Calcium (as ascorbate, pantothenate, citrate, fumarate, malate and succinate)......25 mg
- Magnesium (as ascorbate, citrate, fumarate, malate, succinate, aspartate and C16 and C18 alkyls)**......50 mg
- Zinc (as picolinate)......12.5 mg
- Chromium (as picolinate)......100 mcg
- Manganese (as ascorbate)......7.5 mg
- Molybdenum (as ascorbate)......50 mcg
- Selenium (as l-selenomethionine)......25 mcg
- Vanadium (as ascorbate)......50 mcg
- Boron (as ascorbate)......1 mg
- Quercetin dihydrate (water-soluble bioflavonoid)......50 mg
- L-aspartic acid (magnesium aspartate)......25 mg
- Trimethylglycine (betaine HCl)......25 mg
- Triacontanol (policosonol)......73.6 mcg
- Hexacosanol (policosonol)......36.8 mcg
- Octacosanol (policosonol)......455.7 mcg
- Citrate......29.5 mg
- Fumarate......29.5 mg
- Malate......29.5 mg
- Succinate......29.5 mg
- Vegetable Fiber......340 mg
- Croscarmellose......88 mg
- Natural Vanilla......60 mg
- Organic Sunflower Oil......10 mg
*Vitamins E is stated to reinforce the fact that the alpha, beta, gamma, and delta forms of natural tocopherols are used.
**From whole, untreated palm fruit and leaf.
Does Not Contain: citrus, MSG, wheat, gluten, corn, starch, sugar, wax, soy, yeast, zein, sulfate, phosphates, preservatives, casein or other milk derivatives
- Take two (2) tabsules with meals or as directed by your health professional.
- Alternative daily doses: low stress, healthy - 2 tabsules/day, moderate stress/unwell - 3 to 4 tabsules/day
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